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Only 1000 euros and you get a card with DTC threads on which you can store… 1 KB of data

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It’s no secret that the DNA molecule can be used to store data. Just one gram of DNA can store hundreds of petabytes of data. And although these are purely theoretical calculations, the Biomemory company is already offering a finished product based on this method.

Only 1000 euros and you get a card with DTC threads on which you can store... 1 KB of data

Biomemory presented a special card that is similar to a regular bank card. This format was chosen simply for convenience. In fact, the very DNA where the user’s information will be stored is placed in a small metal capsule that is inserted into the card.

Only 1000 euros and you get a card with DTC threads on which you can store... 1 KB of data

The capsule contains specially treated DCN strands of the bacterium Escherichia coli (E. coli) – common Escherichia coli. And on such a medium it is proposed to save 1 KB of data encoded in the ACGT sequences (adenine, cytosine, guanine, thymine) of DNA nucleic bases. The encoding density in this case is 1 bit per four nitrogenous bases.

Such a card is not a conventional analogue of a flash drive or floppy disk. The bottom line is that the information chosen by the client is encoded into DNA directly in the Eurofins Genomics laboratory in Germany. The company makes two cards with identical data at once and sends both to the client.

Only 1000 euros and you get a card with DTC threads on which you can store... 1 KB of data

It is also impossible to read this data at home. The map again needs to be sent to the Eurofins Genomics laboratory, which in turn sends it to the Eurofins laboratory where the DNA sequencing takes place. In this case, the DNA is destroyed, so the data can only be read once. The client is sent only a sequence of letters, and he will be able to decode it at home, receiving his information.

The storage period for data in this form is 150 years. The cost of the card is 1000 euros.

At the same time, Biomemory says that by 2026 it plans to develop a product called Biomemory Prime, capable of storing 100 PB. They plan to target it at data centers.

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Even the old GeForce GTX 1060 can now handle Alan Wake 2? The developers have prepared a patch to improve the performance of old video cards

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Even the old GeForce GTX 1060 can now handle Alan

The game Alan Wake 2 is one of the most demanding at the moment and the first that conditionally does not work at all on older video cards, and the point is not at all in ray tracing. However, the developers from Remedy have prepared a patch that greatly improves performance on older video cards.

Even the old GeForce GTX 1060 can now handle Alan Wake 2?  The developers have prepared a patch to improve the performance of old video cards

The preliminary version of the patch has already been tested by Digital Foundry specialists. Judging by their review, the patch improves performance only on video cards of the GeForce GTX 10 line, but this is very good news, because, judging by Steam statistics, there are still a lot of owners of such video cards.

The authors tested the game in Full HD with settings roughly equivalent to those of the PlayStation 5, including active FSR 2 technology in Quality mode. As you can see, the patch greatly improves performance. GTX 10 cards began to work faster by anywhere from 50% and up to 100-200%, depending on the location. As a result, even the GTX 1060 produces a little more than 25 fps, however, in the forest, where the load is lower than, for example, in the city. The GTX 1080 Ti, in turn, allows you to get the almost coveted 60 fps.

True, testing was carried out with top AMD and Intel processors, and GTX 10 owners clearly mostly use much less powerful solutions, so it is unclear how playable Alan Wake 2 will be after the patch on the GTX 1060 or GTX 1070 in the case of some conditional Core i5-7500.

In any case, given that the mesh shaders were the root cause of the performance problem on older cards, it’s surprising that Remedy was able to somehow fix the issue at all.

It remains to add that the same patch will become available to everyone on March 6th.

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44.5 inches, OLED, UWQHD and 240 Hz – not cheap. The cost of the LG UltraGear OLED 45GS95QE monitor has been revealed

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445 inches OLED UWQHD and 240 Hz not cheap

LG has revealed the cost of the UltraGear OLED 45GS95QE monitor, announced last year. In the US, the device was priced at $1,700 – $300 more expensive than last year’s UltraGear OLED 45GR95QE.

44.5 inches, OLED, UWQHD and 240 Hz - not cheap.  The cost of the LG UltraGear OLED 45GS95QE monitor has been revealed

The LG UltraGear OLED 45GS95QE features a 44.5-inch diagonal OLED panel with a 0.8m radius of curvature, a resolution of 3440 x 1440 pixels and a frame rate of 240Hz. The monitor supports technology. AMD FreeSync Premium Pro and provides coverage of 98.5% of the DCI-P3 color space.

44.5 inches, OLED, UWQHD and 240 Hz - not cheap.  The cost of the LG UltraGear OLED 45GS95QE monitor has been revealed

44.5 inches, OLED, UWQHD and 240 Hz - not cheap.  The cost of the LG UltraGear OLED 45GS95QE monitor has been revealed

The connectors include one DisplayPort and one HDMI, and there is also a USB hub with two ports. The LG UltraGear OLED 45GS95QE comes with a wall mount, a remote control and a convertible stand. Exactly when sales of the new product will begin has not yet been announced.

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Laptop with 4-core Intel processor, 14-inch IPS screen and 12,000 mAh battery for $140. Alldocube GTBook 14 Gen2 introduced

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Laptop with 4 core Intel processor 14 inch IPS screen and 12000

Sales of the Alldocube GTBook 14 Gen2 laptop have started in China. The device is offered in three versions, and the basic one for $140 has neither RAM nor SSD. Other options are 8/256 GB for $180 and 16/512 GB for $210.

Laptop with 4-core Intel processor, 14-inch IPS screen and 12,000 mAh battery for $140.  Alldocube GTBook 14 Gen2 introduced

Laptop with 4-core Intel processor, 14-inch IPS screen and 12,000 mAh battery for $140.  Alldocube GTBook 14 Gen2 introduced

Alldocube GTBook 14 Gen2 is equipped with a 4-core Intel N95 processor with a frequency of 1.7-3.4 GHz. IPS screen diagonal is 14 inches, resolution is Full HD. The battery capacity was 12,000 mAh, the ports included two USB 3.0 Type-A, one USB 2.0 Type-A and one USB Type-C, HDMI 1.4. The pre-configured options come with Windows 11 pre-installed.

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