Monday, August 22, 2011

IBM Processor mimics human brain

Last week, IBM unveiled two processors whose architecture is directly inspired by the brain. They boarded the "neurons" which are comprised of nodes "synapses" programmable integrating both a memory and a computer center. Eventually, engineers hope that this platform called SYNAPSE (Systems of Neuromorphic Adaptive Plastic Scalable Electronics) will draw conclusions and to reprogram its own.

Asus Mars II has arrived

Asus already has a new graphics card available for exclusive and limited edition, is the Asus Mars II has two cores used in GeForceGTX GF110 580 and a design that leaves no one indifferent. The Asus Mars II excels in all, this is a very exclusive graphics card.

The size of the Mars II is quite substantial it occupies three slots due to its large heat sink that comes with two 12cm fans to cool all the heat produced in its interior, which is not little. Monta two GF 100 to 782MHz core used in the GTX 580 3GB memory in addition to 4GHz GDDR5 also features DVI, HDMI and DisplayPort.

AMD formalizes three new APU Brazos

AMD has - finally - to formalize three new models of APU: the E-450, E-300 and C-60. Etched in 40 nm, the APU are so cool some of the Brazos platform manufacturer. The E-450 is a model involving two Zacate Bobcat x86 cores clocked at 1.65 GHz (1.6 GHz cons for x86 cores of the E-350), a memory controller supports DDR3-1333 and Radeon graphics chipset HD 6320 with 80 Stream processors running at 508 MHz (but with a Turbo mode pushing up the frequency to 600 MHz).

Gamescom 2011: 275,000 gamers were in Cologne!

Europe's largest gaming convention, the Gamescom in Cologne experienced, on the final weekend of a flood of visitors. On Saturday 20 August 2011 were the operators at times no one on the site. Prior to the closed funds subsequently formed huge crowds. What was meant Stress on Saturday, the final good news: Never before have so many people were on the Messse.

The organizers expect to initial estimates, with a record of 275,000 visitors - nearly ten percent more than last year. In the Gamescom 550 exhibitors showed their latest products. Among the trends among online games and 3D animations for which you do not need special glasses. Another focus was on smartphone apps that are established increasingly competing for console manufacturers.