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INNO3D Launches iChill Black RTX 3080, 3080 Ti Graphics Cards

INNO3D today extended its Nvidia RTX line-up with the addition of two solutions packed to the gills with built-in watercoooling. The INNO3D RTX 3080 and RTX 3080 Ti iChill Black have been built on a hybrid cooling philosophy, which pairs a watercooling block that keeps the GA102 chips inside these high-performance graphics cards cool. A single 90mm fan is in charge of keeping the high-wattage GDDR6X memory subsystem under temperature control. A dual-heatpipe system is responsible for moving the heat produced from the memory chips through to the heatsink array. Stylistically, the cards are painted in an unsurprising black throughout

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Graphics Cards Reportedly Set to Get Cheaper This Quarter

Average selling prices of high-end graphics cards more than doubled in the recent quarters due to insufficient GPU and components supply amid growing demand from gamers and miners. But as supply gets better and demand from miners is lowering, the prices of graphics cards are projected to get lower starting this quarter.

Demand for modern high end graphics cards based on AMD’s RDNA 2 and Nvidia’s Ampere architecture from gamers will remain high in the coming quarters. But as China’s government is doing everything to crack down crypto currency mining and trading, demand from mining farms will inevitably get lower,

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Google is building support for digital COVID vaccine cards into Android

Google is opening up Android’s built-in passes system to let Android users store a digital vaccine card, which it calls a COVID Card, on their phone. The feature will initially roll out in the US, and it will rely on support from healthcare providers, local governments, or other organizations authorized to distribute COVID vaccines. The feature will also support storing COVID test results.

For vaccinations, your COVID Card will show info on when you were vaccinated and which vaccine you received, according to a Google support page. The card can be saved from your healthcare provider’s app or

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PC Parts, Hardware & Components Prime Day Deals 2021: Early Processors, Motherboard, RAM, Graphics Cards & More Savings Tracked by The Consumer Post

BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Here’s our guide to all the top early PC parts, hardware & components deals for Prime Day 2021, including deals on NZXT cases & coolers, AMD & Intel processors, NVIDIA & AMD graphics cards, motherboards & more. Browse the latest deals by clicking the links listed below.

Best processor (CPU) deals:

Best hard drive deals:

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AMD announces Radeon Pro W6800 and W6600 graphics cards next week – Computer

AMD sent out a call for “something big” on Tuesday, June 8. The teaser and the URL show that it is for two Radeon Pro video cards for workstations: Radeon Pro W6800 and W6600

at the invitation There is a video showing a video card with six Mini Displayport connections. This is a common configuration for Radeon Pro graphics cards. Furthermore, the design of the displayed card resembles pre-leaked images of a Radeon Pro card with Navi 21 GPU, VideoCardz notes.

The sent email also has a URL added to it utm_campaign = 2021-06-03-consumer-radeon-pro-w6800-w6600-pre-announced, which AMD has already

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Bug in AMD’s Online Store Allowed People to Easily Buy Graphics Cards

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UPDATE 4/23/21: A product stock alerting service says the bug in AMD’s online store that enabled the bypass actually isn’t a vulnerability.

The developer behind PartsAlert says the bypass discovered by originofspices was simply taking advantage of the normal add to cart process, and then looking at the backend web data returned. The data can tell you if the product is in stock and how many quantities are left.

“Let me be clear, this reported ‘vulnerability’ did not give bots any significant advantage, despite what the previous posts said or what the media reported,” the developer “recursiveGecko” wrote

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How Do Bots Buy Up Graphics Cards? We Rented One to Find Out

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It’s Sunday morning, and I’ve just purchased two AMD graphics cards from Amazon—all without being anywhere near my computer. 

Given the ongoing shortage for GPUs, it feels like I’ve pulled off a miracle. But I had help. For the past week, my Windows laptop has been running a bot. Or rather, a piece of automated software that scalpers have been using to nab PC graphics cards from all the major online retailers. 

The bot can do what I can’t: Every three seconds, the program checks Amazon’s listings for various PC graphics cards. If they’re back in stock, the

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