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2021.10.27 13:22 ASICmachine Sharding, or How Crypto Projects Solve the Scalability Issue (x-post from /r/Cryptocurrency)

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2021.10.27 13:22 Certain_Afternoon_52 Still putting out new leaves, beakers and flytraps. Should I force them into hibernation or let them decide? South-facing window in NL. Also, showing off the other plants

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2021.10.27 13:22 onlythepossible Technics 1500c, 1200 mk7 or... something else?

I've got an Ion BT500 turntable fitted with an AT VM95ML cartridge, going into a Zen Phono preamp, and then into a pair of Sonos 5 speakers. While I've been happy with the cart, preamp and Sonos, the BT500 is obviously the weak link in the chain (although it actually performs reasonably OK, certainly a nice turntable for the $170 I paid for it).
I'd like something with a better, more adjustable tonearm, more stable construction and, honestly, having an automatic lifter for the end of the side would be really nice. I also absolutely want electronic speed control with any upgrade; the last thing I want is to have to touch a belt to switch from 33 to 45. I'd prefer to buy new, something I can order by mail and set up myself without much hassle.
The 1500c stands out as a clear upgrade in every respect, except, well, you can probably guess from my setup that I'm fairly budget conscious. That makes me wonder about getting a 1200mk7 instead, saving a couple hundred dollars since I already have a good preamp and cart, even though I'd lose the integrated lifter. Maybe there's something else I should be looking at? The Regas look nice, but the ones in my price range don't appear to have auto speed control.
Any thoughts from the turntable hive mind?
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2021.10.27 13:22 IntelTechnology The Intel Z690 chipset moves more data (between more devices) faster than ever

The Intel Z690 chipset moves more data (between more devices) faster than ever With every processor generation, we build faster, more effective compute engines. Sometimes the extra performance comes from adding cores to our designs, increasing their capacity for solving problems in parallel. Sometimes we can get those cores to finish work in less time by operating at higher frequencies, refining the architecture, or both. And some boosts are the product of groundbreaking technologies like our AI-based Gaussian Neural Accelerator 2.0, which accelerates AI speech and audio applications while freeing up resources for general purpose computing.
Regardless of where the performance comes from, we’re constantly moving data at higher velocities. The new 12th Generation Intel Core processor family is a prime example. Codenamed Alder Lake, it supercharges I/O with a revolutionary core design and leads the transition to both DDR5 memory and PCI Express 5.0.
Keeping those pipes fed with a fast flow of data requires a platform built to accommodate more storage, higher-speed networking, and better peripheral connectivity. The 12th Gen Core family debuts with a lineup of unlocked desktop processors paired with the Intel Z690 Platform Controller Hub (PCH). This all-new chipset offers more I/O at higher speeds along with a rich feature set and overclocking options. Together with the CPU, it enables an ideal platform for gamers, content creators, and enthusiasts who want the latest technology.
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Higher performance starts with a faster Direct Media Interface
The Direct Media Interface (DMI) is the highway between our host processors and chipsets. This connection carries data from almost every device plugged into your PC, so it needs to be performant.
Last generation, we doubled the DMI’s maximum throughput compared to the generation prior by widening its pathway to eight lanes. This time around, we’re doubling available bandwidth again, this time by the data rate for each lane. The eight-lane interface can now move nearly 16 GB/s.
Expanding PCI Express puts more devices on the menu
Unconstrained by DMI bandwidth, we were able to grow the Z690’s capabilities without worrying about bottlenecks. First on the list was more–and faster–PCI Express to accommodate drop-in upgrades, integrated peripherals, and high-performance devices.
Our 12th Generation Core processors already break new ground with 16 lanes of PCI Express 5.0 and four lanes of PCI Express 4.0 all connected directly to the processor. Discrete graphics cards and fast SSDs benefit the most from this direct connection.
There’s more room to expand with the PCH. Up to 12 lanes of PCI Express 4.0 accommodate cutting-edge components like the latest M.2 SSDs, while up to 16 lanes of PCI Express 3.0 can be divvied up between expansion slots, networking, and on-board controllers that don’t need quite as much bandwidth. Like with the Alder Lake processor, supporting multiple PCIe generations on the same chipset allows the platform to balance the bandwidth requirements of different devices.
High-Speed I/O proves more flexibility for motherboards
Flexible High Speed I/O (HSIO) technology slices the PCH’s available connectivity into general purpose lanes that can then be assigned specific roles. For example, one HSIO lane could become a PCI Express x1 slot. Another lane might be used to power a USB 3.2 Gen 1x1 port. Would you prefer USB 3.2 Gen 2x2 instead? That’s a much faster interface, so reaching its maximum speed requires the bandwidth of two HSIO lanes.
Motherboards can use the Z690’s Flexible HSIO lanes to maximize PCI Express connectivity, though most will mix in a combination of networking, SATA, and USB as well.
The platform accommodates up to eight Serial ATA 6 Gb/s ports. It naturally carries over Intel Rapid Storage Technology, which supports with RAID for SATA and PCIe NVMe SSDs, plus Matrix RAID, which allows combining multiple RAID levels on any set of drives. Intel Optane Memory is supported, as well.
Integrated wireless networking receives an upgrade to Wi-Fi 6E, expanding the Wi-Fi 6 standard into a brand new 6GHz band. Used exclusively by other Wi-Fi 6E devices, this extra spectrum addresses congestion and interference issues common on the 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands. As a result, Z690-based platforms with Intel Wi-Fi 6E AX210 or Killer Wi-Fi 6E AX1675 modules can enjoy higher speeds and greater capacity on compatible networks.
For those who prefer hard-wired network connections, an optional 2.5 Gb/s Ethernet controller provides a faster alternative to Gigabit Ethernet.
There’s also plenty of capacity for USB devices. The Z690 PCH natively offers up to four 20 Gb/s USB 3.2 Gen 2x2 ports for high-performance peripherals—more than any prior Intel chipset—plus as many as 10 USB 3.2 Gen 2x1 and 10 USB 3.2 Gen 1x1 ports. Motherboard makers can conserve Flexible HSIO lanes by providing lower-bandwidth ports for things like mice, keyboards, and headsets, while saving wider links for devices like external SSDs that can read and write multiple gigabytes of data per second.
Lots of options for high-speed connections with Thunderbolt 4
The chipset’s expanded connectivity and faster processor link pair well with ultra-high-speed interfaces like Thunderbolt 4 and USB4. The Intel JHL8540 Thunderbolt 4 controller, codenamed Maple Ridge, supports data transfers at up to 40 Gb/s, display outputs to a pair of 4K monitors, and up to 100W of power for your devices. It’s USB4-compliant, too.
Thunderbolt 4 delivers several significant upgrades compared to its predecessor. While it offers the same peak interface bandwidth as Thunderbolt 3, the latest standard has a higher minimum requirement for the PCI Express connection to the host system, which means more guaranteed throughput to high-performance devices like external graphics and storage. VT-d-based DMA protection is designed to improve the security of Thunderbolt 4 by blocking unauthorized access to system memory. And a new wake from sleep feature allows docked peripherals to bring your PC back from hibernation with the stroke of a key or click of a mouse button.
Primed for overclocking out of the gate
The Z690 is optimized for enthusiasts, so motherboards based on the chipset can support the full collection of overclocking controls available in compatible Alder Lake processors. Unlocked 12th Gen Core processors feature a wide range of tweaking options, including P- and E-core tuning, BCLK adjustments, Intel Dynamic Memory Boost, and XMP 3.0 profiles for DDR5 memory.
As with previous generations, the Z690 is part of a larger Intel 600 Series chipset family that will span a wide range of use cases, from desktop gaming to office productivity.
Notices & Disclaimers
Performance varies by use, configuration and other factors. Learn more at www.Intel.com/PerformanceIndex.
Altering clock frequency or voltage may void any product warranties and reduce stability, security, performance, and life of the processor and other components. Check with system and component manufacturers for details​.​​
- Tech Team [Intel]
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2021.10.27 13:22 Abject-Anybody7606 Thru hiking the Cateran trail in the Scottish Highlands

Afternoon guys! Just got back from thru hiking the Cateran trail in Scotland. Bit of a longer video coving the whole trip over 4 days and 3 wildcamps. Give it a like and a sub if you enjoy! https://youtu.be/u4urQWcGNhw
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2021.10.27 13:22 ASICmachine Start building apps on Algorand using Tatum: Algorand is developing quick! (x-post from /r/Cryptocurrency)

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