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3 Drinks a Day Keeps the Doctor Away

ThisNukes4u Re:Stress? (470 comments)

If I could mod you up, I would. Being drunk is not an excuse for *anything*, except maybe a hangover. All your faculties are still present until right about the point you pass out, and you shouldn't be getting there anyway, as you said.

more than 4 years ago

Slashdot Launches User Achievements

ThisNukes4u PWNIES (1582 comments)


more than 5 years ago

NVIDIA's $10K Tesla GPU-Based Personal Supercomputer

ThisNukes4u Re:Heartening... (236 comments)

Also don't forget that the 10 Tflops figure quoted is PEAK Tflops. I would be very surprised if the hardware could sustain even half of that in any realistic simulation.

more than 6 years ago

100x Denser Chips Possible With Plasmonic Nanolithography

ThisNukes4u Re:Fragility (117 comments)

Do you have any source/references on techniques used to compensate for this effect?

more than 6 years ago

AMD To Spin Off Fabrication From Design Work

ThisNukes4u Re:How is this supposed to make things better? (153 comments)

ATI has/had no fabrication resources other than contacts at TSMC, which /is/ going to be used to fab the new Fusion cpu + gpu cores that are due in the next year or so.

more than 6 years ago



Researchers Predict Outcome of 2008 US Election

ThisNukes4u ThisNukes4u writes  |  more than 7 years ago

ThisNukes4u writes "As announced earlier today, Marc Stevens, Arjen Lenstra and Benne de Weger have announced that they can predict the outcome of the 2008 US Presidential Election with 100% accuracy using the Playstation 3. In related news, they have also announced a "Vulnerability of software integrity and code signing applications to chosen-prefix collisions for MD5". Is this the final death knell for MD5 and other similar-length hashes, now that computing power has advanced enough that finding collisions is feasible on modern customer hardware?"
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