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Tim Verry
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Tim is a long time computer geek and DIY system builder that specializes in family tech support. You can connect with Tim on several sites around the web, including:

Blog: verrytechnical.com

Email: tverry@pcper.com

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Recent Posts

Computex 2017: Be Quiet Launches Two SFX-L Power Supplies

06/01/2017 - 22:38

German PSU maker be quiet! Had several new power supplies on display at Computex. Perhaps the most interesting for small form factor enthusiasts are the two new SFX-L power supplies. The aptly named SFX-L-500W and SFX-L-600W are fully modular 80+ Gold...

Computex 2017: G.Skill Shows Off High-Speed Trident Z RGB Memory Kits

06/01/2017 - 20:30

G.Skill was in full force at Computex in Taipei, Taiwan this week with not just one but three systems based on Intel’s new X299 platform each featuring flashy G.Skill Trident Z RGB memory clocked above 4GHz! [inline:files/news/2017-06-01/GSkill...

HyperX Introduces Higher Speed DDR4 Memory Kits Up to 4,000 MHz

06/01/2017 - 16:22

Kingston’s high-performance division HyperX recently announced the availability of a slew of new Predator DDR4 memory kits based on DIMMs capable of reaching 4,000 MHz at 1.35 volts. [inline:files/news/2017-06-01/hyperx_predator_ddr4_dimm_2_s-lg....

Details on Intel's Gemini Lake SoC Leak: A Refined Apollo Lake Coming Soon

05/31/2017 - 14:33

Information recently leaked on the successor to Intel’s low power Apollo Lake SoCs dubbed Gemini Lake. Several sites via FanlessTech claim that Gemini Lake will launch by the end of the year and will be the dual and quad core processors used to...

AMD AGESA Update 1.0.0.6 Will Support Configurable Memory Sub Timings And Clockspeeds Up To 4,000 MHz

05/30/2017 - 16:05

AMD recently announced a new AGESA update that will improve memory compatibility and add new memory and virtualization features that have been sorely missing from AMD’s new Ryzen platforms. The new AGESA 1.0.0.6 update has been distributed to its...

Samba Developers Release Patch For Remote Code Execution Vulnerability (CVE-2017-7494)

05/28/2017 - 19:10

Last week, the development team behind Samba – popular software suite used on Linux and Unix clients and servers that uses TCP/IP protocol for file and print sharing to SMB/CIFS clients (including Microsoft Windows) – released a security...

SoftBank Invests $4 Billion In NVIDIA, Becomes Fourth Largest Shareholder

05/27/2017 - 00:18

SoftBank, the Tokyo, Japan based Japanese telecom and internet technology company has reportedly quietly amassed a 4.9% stake in graphics chip giant NVIDIA. Bloomberg reports that SoftBank has carefully invested $4 billion into NVIDIA avoiding the need...

Intel Persistent Memory Using 3D XPoint DIMMs Expected Next Year

05/26/2017 - 22:14

Intel recently teased a bit of new information on its 3D XPoint DIMMs and launched its first public demonstration of the technology at the SAP Sapphire conference where SAP’s HANA in-memory data analytics software was shown working with the new...

AMD Teases Ryzen Mobile APUs with Zen CPU Cores and On-Die Vega Graphics

05/18/2017 - 01:01

AMD teased its upcoming Zen-based APUs aimed at mobile devices during its Financial Analyst Day where the company revealed the "Raven Ridge" parts will be aptly known as Ryzen Mobile. The Tech Report managed to acquire a couple slides...

HTPC Perspective: YouTube TV First Impressions

05/16/2017 - 07:59

Back in March, Google-owned YouTube announced a new live TV streaming service called YouTube TV to compete with the likes of Sling, DirecTV Now, PlayStation Vue, and upcoming offerings from Hulu, Amazon, and others. All these services aim to deliver...