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NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang one of Time's 100 most influential people 2021

Anthony Garreffa | Video Cards | Thu, Sep 16 2021 10:39 PM CDT

NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang has made the list on TIME's 100 most influential people of 2021.

Huang explains that it all started with GPUs back in 2003 with the introduction of the GeForce 256, which resulted in me changing my nickname -- and it still is to that day, to anthony256 -- and moved into the world of AI and deep learning where they are the undisputed champion.

This worked for NVIDIA, where they shifted from being known for only making gaming GPUs to the world of supercomputers, AI, deep learning, and more. These advancements are driven by Huang through NVIDIA, and TIME is recognizing that by donning him one of the most influential people of 2021.

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BIOSTAR TZ590-BTC DUO mobo: supports 9 x GPUs for crypto mining

Anthony Garreffa | Cryptocurrency & Mining | Thu, Sep 16 2021 10:07 PM CDT

BIOSTAR has just revealed its new crypto mining motherboard, the new TZ590-BTC DUO motherboard that has room for 9 x GPUs and up to 14 x storage devices.

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The new BIOSTAR TZ590-BTC DUO motherboard has 8 x PCIe 3.0 slots, and a single PCIe 4.0 x16 slot -- joined by storage madness in the form of 10 x SATA III ports, and 4 x M.2 Key M slots for Chia Coin crypto mining on the storage side of things.

There's support for Intel's 10th and 11th Gen CPUs on the LGA1200 socket, with support for up to 128GB of DDR4 RAM. It's actually a pretty beast crypto mining motherboard, given how many connectors and ports and even RAM support that the BIOSTAR TZ590-BTC DUO motherboard has.

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Windows 10 lifetime license for only $14, super discounts up to 91%!

Sponsored Content | Deals | Thu, Sep 16 2021 8:10 PM CDT

Are you looking for a great price on a genuine lifetime Windows 10 Pro activation key? Well, good news. CDKeysales has provided TweakTown readers with a 25% discount coupon code which brings the cost of a Genuine Lifetime Microsoft Windows 10 Pro OEM CD-KEY down to $15.

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If you don't need the professional features of Windows 10 Pro, CDKeysales also has Windows 10 Home for $13.87 after the discount code has been applied. Use the 25% coupon code of TT25 to apply your discount on the awesome deals. Full details are below of what's on offer.

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Monolith hires God of War exec to lead studio on new PS5, Xbox game

Derek Strickland | Gaming | Thu, Sep 16 2021 6:20 PM CDT

WB Games has hired ex-Sony Santa Monica product director David Hewitt to lead Monolith Productions.

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The reports seem to be true: WB Games has no plans to sell off big stars like Monolith Productions. Today the publisher appointed David Hewitt as head of studio and vice president of Monlith. Hewitt lead product development at God of War Studio Sony Santa Monica and helped manage, create, and ship one of the most pivotal PlayStation 4 games on the market.

Monolith's next game is a bit hazy. Job listings say it'll be developed on an in-house engine for next-gen PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X hardware.

A recent GeForce Now database leak showed two games attributed to Monolith; something called Codename Legacy, and another game called Fight for Middle-earth. Tomorrow will be 4 years since Shadow of War's release and Monolith hasn't had any games launch since then.

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Crucial's 176-layer P5 Plus SSD brings 6.6GB/sec speeds to PS5

Derek Strickland | Gaming | Thu, Sep 16 2021 3:44 PM CDT

Looking for high-end speeds to boost your PS5's storage? Crucial's P5 Plus SSD should be at the top of your list.

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Sony just activated the PlayStation 5's SSD expansion slot and gamers can now expand their storage with premium PC-grade PCIe 4.0 SSDs. But which SSD should you buy?

Crucial's P5 Plus SSD fits into the PlayStation 5's expansion bay and is fully compatible with all of Sony's required specs, bringing blistering-fast 6.6GB/sec speeds over PCIe Gen4 x4 with high-end 176-layer Micron 3D flash memory.

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New Duke Nukem game in development at Gearbox Software

Derek Strickland | Gaming | Thu, Sep 16 2021 2:50 PM CDT

UPDATE: Gearbox is also making a Duke Nukem film, and it's possible Randy Pitchford was talking about this movie and not a new game.

Gearbox Software is developing a new game in the fan-favorite Duke Nukem franchise.

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In a recent Embracer Group investor's meeting, Gearbox Software CEO Randy Pitchford confirms that Gearbox has "great projects in development" in its franchises, which includes Duke Nukem.

"We've also acquired Duke Nukem and Homelands, and have have some great projects in development for all of these intellectual property that Gearbox has control over. We have new intellectual property in development," Pitchford said.

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Nintendo 64 Switch controller possibly outed by new FCC filing

Derek Strickland | Gaming | Thu, Sep 16 2021 1:56 PM CDT

Nintendo could be making a N64 or a special Game Boy controller for the Nintendo Switch, new FCC filings suggest.

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FCC documents for a new mysterious Nintendo controller have been spotted by Vooks.net. The controller model HAC-043 doesn't correspond with any known Switch hardware or peripheral and gamers speculate it could be for a Nintendo 64 controller. The Switch family of devices and peripherals uses the HAC designation.

It's also possible the new Switch controller has something to do with Nintendo's plans to roll out Game Boy and Game Boy Color games to the Nintendo Switch Online service. The documents confirm the device will be wireless and connect to the Switch via Bluetooth, and that it has a recharging lithium ion battery.

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Cheaper 500GB Xbox Series X SSD expansion cards possibly coming

Derek Strickland | Gaming | Thu, Sep 16 2021 12:35 PM CDT

Seagate may bring a cheaper 500GB Xbox Series SSD expansion card to the market in November.

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It's been nearly one year since the Xbox Series X/S consoles released, and there's still only one way to boost high-speed PCIe 4.0 SSD storage for next-gen games: The expansive $219 1TB Seagate expansion card, which is 73% of an Xbox Series S' price tag. Sony's PS5, on the other hand, will support a wide range of third-party SSDs.

Now it looks like Seagate and Microsoft will offer a 500GB SSD expansion card for $155. French games site Xbox Squad recently spotted a listing on Micromania for a 512GB Seagate Xbox SSD expansion card for 155 euros. Now gamers won't have to jerry rig SSDs with PCIe-to-CFExpress converters.

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Whales used to walk on land, Egyptian researchers identify new fossils

Jak Connor | Science, Space, Health & Robotics | Thu, Sep 16 2021 5:01 AM CDT

Egyptian scientists have published a new study claiming that whales weren't always exclusively aquatic animals - they once walked on land.

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The new study has been published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B and details the discovery of a fossil that was uncovered from the dirt in 2008. The fossil was found in the Western Desert, and since its discovery, researchers have assembled a team and begun their examination. Their findings were published in the aforementioned journal just last month.

According to the team's leading paleontologist, Hesham Sallam, "This is the first time in the history of Egyptian vertebrate paleontology to have an Egyptian team leading a documentation of a new genus and species of four-legged whale." The researchers say the creature lived 43 million years ago, and has expanded human knowledge on the evolution of whales and how the species went from herbivore land mammals into the carnivorous giants of the ocean we know today.

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Real-life 'dragon' fossil discovered in Chile, a paleontology first

Jak Connor | Science, Space, Health & Robotics | Thu, Sep 16 2021 4:35 AM CDT

Researchers have uncovered a fossil of a "dragon" in Chile, turning out to be a first in the paleontology science world.

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The announcement has come from Chilean scientists, per Phys.org, who said on September 11 that they had discovered the remains of the first-ever southern hemisphere "winged lizard", dubbed a pterosaur. The researchers state that the new species lived in what is now the Atacama desert during the Jurassic Period 160 million years ago.

The researchers from the University of Chile confirmed that the remains are of a rhamphorhynchine pterosaur. The significance of this find shouldn't go understated, as Reuters reports that the discovery of the possible indicates that migration occurred when Earth now separated landmasses were just one supercontinent named Gondwana. Additionally, pterosaur fossils have only been found in the Northern Hemisphere until now.

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