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  2. XP_2600

    unbound DNS and Active directory

    man, the AD DNS forward to there is no loops here, Again my issue simply is unbound do not forward to my AD-DNS, while it can forward to normally!
  3. AMD announces its 7nm Ryzen 3000 CPU and Radeon 5000 GPU lineups by Pulasthi Ariyasinghe At Computex 2019 today AMD announced its highly-anticipated next generations of CPUs and GPUs in a keynote, introducing the world to its upcoming 7nm Ryzen 3000 and Radeon 5000 series products, all slated to launch on July 7. Based on the new Zen 2 architecture, the new Ryzen CPU line consists of five processors for now, that start their pricing at $199 and going up to $499. Here are the specifications of the CPUs AMD unveiled today, all releasing on July 7: Model Cores/ Threads TDP Boost/Base Freq. (GHz) Total Cache (MB) PCIe4.0 Lanes Price Ryzen 9 3900X 12/24 105W 4.6/3.8 70 40 $499 Ryzen 7 3800X 8/16 105W 4.5/3.9 36 40 $399 Ryzen 7 3700X 8/16 65W 4.4/3.6 36 40 $329 Ryzen 5 3600X 6/12 95W 4.4/3.8 35 40 $249 Ryzen 5 3600 6/12 65W 4.2/3.6 35 40 $199 Bumping up the performance significantly, AMD says the new CPU line has 15% improved IPC (instructions per clock) over the Ryzen 2000 series, and boasts double the amount of cache as well as floating point performance. Of course, these CPUs are using the same AM4 socket as previous Ryzen CPUs, so many existing motherboards will support the newer chips thanks to the socket's forward and backward compatibility. For those looking to upgrade, BIOS updates for older motherboards should now be rolling out with support for the Ryzen 3000 processors ahead of their July 7 release. Moving on to the graphics department, AMD also spilled the first details of the Radeon RX 5700 today, the first GPU lineup from the company's RX 5000 Navi series based on the brand new Radeon DNA (RNDA) architecture. The new naming scheme is to celebrate the company's 50-year anniversary. Utilizing the new architecture, AMD said its managed to improve performance-per-clock by up to 1.25x and performance-per-watt by up to 1.5x over the longstanding GCN generation of products. The new arrivals will feature GDDR6 memory as well as PCIe 4.0 interface support just like AMD's new CPUs. In a Strange Brigade benchmark, a Radeon RX 5700-series graphics card was shown to beat the performance of an Nvidia RTX 2070 by 10%. AMD didn't detail today what models we can expect from the new RX 5700 line or their price points, although they are rumored to be very competitively priced. The company will be hosting an E3 stream on June 10 at 3pm PT that will shed more light on its graphics products before their launch in July.
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  5. BudMan

    unbound DNS and Active directory

    And where does it forward? If it forwards to unbound - you would have a circle Not sure what you think this would get you? client - unbound -- ad dns -- internet Lets be clear your clients should only ever ask dns that resolves the same stuff.. If your clients point to both AD and unbound and unbound can not resolve your AD, ie it forwards to googledns or something then your going to have a bad day. Your AD already caches, so not sure what through unbound before your AD gets you.. After your AD like this client - ad dns - unbound - internet Would get you control and keep your ad dns from talking directly to the internet.. But its not getting you any extra caching or anything.
  6. Nvidia announces ray tracing support for Wolfenstein: Youngblood, and more by Hamza Jawad At last year's E3, Bethesda announced Wolfenstein: Youngblood, the next installment in the famed Wolfenstein franchise. It was later revealed that the title will be launching on July 26, along with a special Deluxe edition that allows for co-op play. Image via Nvidia GeForce (YouTube) Today, at Computex 2019, being held in Taipei, Nvidia took to the stage to announce support for real-time ray tracing effects in Wolfenstein: Youngblood. Other "advanced gaming technologies" will also be utilized with the launch of the title, while for a limited time, the game will be available bundled with devices equipped with the firm's GeForce RTX GPUs. Nvidia first revealed the concept of real-time ray tracing as part of its new RTX series of GPUs, announced at Gamescom last year. Ray tracing support for the upcoming title will enable dramatic improvements in its image quality. Similarly, NVIDIA Adaptive Shading is another technology that will be included in-game, allowing for a boost in performance without degradation in image quality. For the time being, the company has only specifically remarked upon the aforementioned tech. However, it also notes that further gaming technologies will be announced as the release date of the title approaches. Jim Kjellin, CTO at MachineGames - the developer for Wolfenstein: Youngblood -, commented on this in the announcement in the following manner: "With Wolfenstein: Youngblood, a whole new generation of gamers could be getting their first exposure to the Wolfenstein franchise, and we want to make sure it blows them away. With NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX GPUs, we have access to technologies that deliver spectacular images and still maintain the performance necessary for flawless gameplay." Moreover, a "Born to Hunt" bundle for the game has been kicked off for the title as well. Starting May 28, you will be able to receive a copy of Wolfenstein: Youngblood upon purchase of an eligible GeForce RTX 2080 Ti, 2080, 2070 or 2060 GPU-equipped graphics card, desktop PC or laptop. The exclusive 4K GeForce RTX Bundle launch trailer can be viewed below: Wolfenstein: Youngblood is slated for release on July 26, for PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch. Bethesa also confirmed in March that the PC version will be available for purchase on Steam, as well as through the company's own store. So far at Computex, Nvidia has unveiled new Quadro RTX GPUs targeted toward the mobile workstation segment, along with a number of other items. Source: Nvidia (1), (2), (3)
  7. XP_2600

    unbound DNS and Active directory

    Yes it can, i am using it as internet DNS for most of clients.
  8. Ah, nice. Good idea. Though when I am using mine as a tablet, I usually remove the type cover and put it to one side, as it adds quite a lot of weight.
  9. Nick H.

    Odd formatting when quoting someone???

    Seems to be working on my side. Make sure that your adblocker is disabled (it's been known to cause issues with the minispy so it maybe the same here?) and also clear your browser cache. Have you tried a different browser to see if it's the same?
  10. BudMan

    unbound DNS and Active directory

    Can your AD dns lookup other than what its authoritative for? Do you have it setup to forward to resolve?
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  12. Is that stock turbo freq or oc? And is that all core or just first core? Did you even read/understand the post, it's just a standard overclock which is achievable on a 9900K. The 9900KS is just a binned selection of 9900K's. And what is a 'standard overclock' done by the hardware manufacturer? It is called 'stock' because it is running at its designed, built-in settings. Shocking. Did you read what I wrote? I was asking LucasFrance whether he OC'd all cores or just the first core since this store states that this 9900KS is all core turbo to 5.0. Some procs can OC the first core high but are unstable when all cores are OC'd to that level (i.e. 5.0GHz on one core, 4.8 GHz all core).
  13. Nvidia unveils new Quadro RTX GPUs aimed at mobile workstation segment by Boyd Chan Today, Nvidia took to the stage before the commencement of Computex 2019 in Taipei which formally kicks off tomorrow. A number of items were announced, including new additions to its mobile workstation lineup of GPU solutions which will be expected to facilitate more intensive tasks such as "real-time 8K editing" for professionals who usually work in locations other than the office or while out on the road. The new lineup of Quadro RTX GPUs for laptops consists of three unique parts, each with the following specifications: GPU Memory CUDA Cores Tensor Cores RT Cores VR Ready RTX 5000 16GB GDDR6 3072 384 48 Yes RTX 4000 8GB GDDR6 2560 320 40 Yes RTX 3000 6GB GDDR6 2304 288 36 Yes In addition, Nvidia rounded out the lower end of the lineup with new four non-RTX Quadro GPUs which include the P520, P620, T1000, and T2000, the last of which includes 4GB of GDDR5 memory and 1024 CUDA cores. The company said that this would give "professionals the flexibility to choose the right system to meet the demands of their diverse workloads". With respect to the announcement, Tom Tobul, vice president of Specialty Products, Client Solutions at Dell, said: "Dell workstations powered by Quadro RTX provide power, performance and reliability in one solution, offering cutting-edge technology like real-time ray tracing, AI acceleration and enhanced graphics performance. With the latest additions to our portfolios this week, NVIDIA and Dell are delivering the ultimate workstation experiences, allowing our customers to work efficiently and push their creativity to new heights." Mobile workstations featuring the latest Quadro GPUs, including the three RTX-capable models, will start shipping in the second half of this year from global OEMs such as Dell, HP, and Lenovo, as well as regional players such as MSI.
  14. Copernic

    HomeBank 5.2.6

    HomeBank 5.2.6 by Razvan Serea HomeBank is a free software (as in "free speech" and also as in "free beer") that will assist you to manage your personal accounting. It is designed to easy to use and be able to analyse your personal finance and budget in detail using powerful filtering tools and beautiful charts. If you are looking for a completely free and easy application to manage your personal accounting, budget, finance then HomeBank should be the software of choice. HomeBank also benefits of more than 19 years of user experience and feedback, and is translated by its users in around 56 languages. Highlights: Cross platform, supports GNU/Linux, Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X Import easily from Intuit Quicken, Microsoft Money or other software Import bank account statements (OFX, QIF, CSV, QFX) Duplicate transaction detection Automatic cheque numbering Various account types : Bank, Cash, Asset, Credit card, Liability Scheduled transaction Category split Internal transfer Month/Annual budget Dynamic powerful reports with charts Automatic category/payee assignment Vehicule cost HomeBank 5.2.6 changelog: change: access to the show all transaction with the toolbar bugfix: #1829630 homebank: _cairo_arc_in_direction(): homebank killed by SIGABRT bugfix: #1829076 status "no category" filter not working bugfix: #1829603 multi currencies problem in Trend Time Report wish : #1829007 prefill txn dialog with account if single wish : #1828209 multiple edit could allow updating transaction amount wish : #1809022 detail txn show only category amount split part wish : #1792749 main window date 'other...' consistency Download: HomeBank 5.2.6 | 16.0 MB (Open Source) Download: 3rd party packages (macOSX. Ubuntu...etc) View: HomeBank Website | Support | Features Get alerted to all of our Software updates on Twitter at @NeowinSoftware
  15. Human.Online

    The Big Wrestling Thread!

    Yes absolutely agreed. The bill could fit one more match that would have sorted that.
  16. George P

    The Big Wrestling Thread!

    Yeah, but I felt the tag matches went a bit too long.
  17. $100 is nothing for a good pair of earphones these days. And Bose used to charge $100 for their wired earphones way before Apple's earpods. Either you have good western-world salary, or the brainwash was successful on you (as you no longer question the reality of overpriced and worthless junk products). Either you're a blind hater or an angry blind hater. I'm giving you facts. $100 earphones preceded Apple's earpods. Just admit you were wrong and move on. I already moved on, dont worry. Just finding it hard to swallow, that people are fine and dandy with overpriced stuff, then complain that companies go on increasing prices up to the sky.
  18. Battery life is better for sure, prices should be lower also, those are the two main advantages ARM gives you over x86. Some Qualcomm benchmarks have it at least 5hrs higher vs the i5, to as much as 7hrs more. It's the prices 'should' be lower. But the SOC on a laptop won't be that much of the cost. I can see about a $40 saving on cost v intel.but not much more. Sure, the saving might not be major, but if the battery life tests are true and you gain between 5-7hrs for the same performance, then heck, isn't the choice obvious?
  19. Battery life is better for sure, prices should be lower also, those are the two main advantages ARM gives you over x86. Some Qualcomm benchmarks have it at least 5hrs higher vs the i5, to as much as 7hrs more. It's the prices 'should' be lower. But the SOC on a laptop won't be that much of the cost. I can see about a $40 saving on cost v intel.but not much more.
  20. It was only a matter of time till ARM and the Snapdragon would catch up to current i5 mobile performance. Intel and AMD have sat idle on x86 for so long, only now finally getting the ball rolling again. Keeping in mind the 8cx is octa-core vs the quad core i5 is also something to look at. While ARM will catch up and match current quad core x86, it's a difference story once intel and AMD start adding more cores to mobile devices. A 6 core U series i5 for example would be an interesting thing to test.
  21. The above Office tests are emulated Office, since those aren't native ARM versions of the apps from what I've read.
  22. lexp

    ARM is the latest company to cut off Huawei

    It's time to move ARM's HQ to Japan.
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