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FSP Group Introduces World’s First 750W SFX 12VO PSU

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Recently, the FSP Group announced the release of the FSP750-27SCB power supply, which the manufacturer himself calls the world’s first 750W SFX 12VO power supply. This PSU reduces PC standby power consumption by complying with the CEC Tier 2 energy efficiency standard. It also meets the requirements of next generation processors, making it suitable for high-end small-sized PCs.

Compared to power supplies with multiple rails, 12VO power supplies only have two rails – 12V and 12Vsb. The rest of the voltages are generated by the converters on the board, which can increase the conversion efficiency. In addition, this allowed to reduce the number of wires connected to the motherboard from 24 to 10. The 4 + 4 connector for the processor is retained, and for video cards – additional power connectors PCle with an 8-pin connector and connectors for 6 and 2 pins. Reducing the number of wires is said to make it easier to assemble and repair the computer and improve cooling conditions.

The new PSU has over 90% conversion efficiency and is 80Plus Gold certified. The DC voltage conversion power supply uses only Japanese electrolytic capacitors. Cooling of components is entrusted to the 92mm fan. The cable system is fully modular. Black flat cables are included. Also included is an adapter for installation instead of a regular ATX power supply.

The unit provides protection against overcurrent, voltage and power, short circuit and overheating. The manufacturer does not name the price of the novelty.

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Intel has started the process of retiring processors that were less than two years old. Rocket Lake will ship for another year

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Intel has started the process of retiring processors that were

The 11th generation Intel Core processors are relatively recent by market standards, but the company has already begun the end-of-life process, that is, the end-of-life process.

Intel has started the process of retiring processors that were less than two years old.  Rocket Lake will ship for another year

The latest “Product Change Notice” states that on February 6, Intel started the process of phasing out Rocket Lake CPU production. However, as always in such cases, this does not mean that such processors will abruptly completely disappear from the market. The last batch of such CPUs will be shipped only on February 23, 2024.

Intel has started the process of retiring processors that were less than two years old.  Rocket Lake will ship for another year

Rocket Lake-S processors were introduced in March 2021. They received quite noticeable changes relative to the 10th generation Core, switching to a new architecture for the desktop segment, but at the same time they retained the old 14 nm process technology, thus becoming a transitional link.

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“Ural” is working on a new “razdatka” for heavy all-wheel drive trucks. Its resource will be 600 thousand km

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Ural is working on a new razdatka for heavy all wheel

According to Quto.ru, the Ural Automobile Plant is working on new transfer boxes for heavy trucks weighing up to 34 tons. South Ural State University will assist in the creation of units (and there are three models planned).

Ural is working on a new razdatka for heavy all wheel

Promising “razdatki” will be used in all all-wheel drive trucks “Ural”. The younger one is calculated for an input torque of 1200 kgf m, the middle one – for 1800 kgf m, the older one – for 2500 kgf m. The creators expect to receive units with a service life of 600 thousand km. Considering that we are talking mainly about special equipment that works in difficult conditions and is not designed for long mileage like mainline tractors, the resource of the “razdatka” will be equal to the resource of the all-terrain vehicle itself.

It is expected that ready-made solutions will appear in the future of three years.

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Mozilla is developing a Firefox browser for iOS that violates Apple’s requirements

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Mozilla is developing a Firefox browser for iOS that violates

Mozilla is working on a Firefox browser for iOS that will be based on the Gecko engine rather than the traditional WebKit platform. This is similar to the Google project, where they develop their Chromium browser based on Blink.

Mozilla is developing a Firefox browser for iOS that violates Image generated by Midjourney neural network

The browser code was found in the Mozilla GitHub repository, but it is not in the App Store, because such a browser violates the rules of the store. Apple forbids browsers from using any engines other than WebKit.

In a comment to the media, a Mozilla spokesperson said the company is following Apple’s policy and is only doing research to understand the technical issues for Gecko browsers on iOS if that policy changes.

“We hope that the day will come when people can freely decide to use the browser of their choice, including the ability to choose the engine that underlies it,” the company said.

Note that the Google developers also stated that their application is only an “experimental prototype that is being created in order to understand some aspects of performance on iOS.”

Journalists, on the other hand, believe that Apple may begin preparations for changing the rules of the store, which is why the companies began working on new versions of browsers. Details about this can be told at the WWDC conference in early summer.

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