In addition, it can read modern CPUs on-die core thermal sensors, as well has hard drives temperature via S.
Bennett, Heptinstall, Yardley and Boitnott had faded over time and intense exposure to fluorescent lights.
Norm Barker and his team in Pathology Photography and Graphics have taken on the task of restoring these portraits. Bennett, Heptinstall, Yardley and Boitnott look better than ever!
The restored prints are being framed and we look forward to having them back in the hall in front of administration. Elizabeth Montgomery in the Division of Gastrointestinal/Liver Pathology was selected by The Pathologist as a one of the Most Influential Laboratory Medicine Professionals in the world in 2015! Montgomery was selected by The Pathologist to their "Power List 2015" for her work in gastrointestinal and soft tissue pathology. ~December 2015 After 45 years at Johns Hopkins, Marcela "Cellie" Southerland is retiring.
If you own a high end board, that’s not a problem — an Asus Crosshair V or high-end model from Gigabyte or MSI can handle 125W of TDP or more without breaking a sweat.
Today is a double-whammy for AMD: the company is launching both the new R9 285 GPU, and a bevy of new processors in its eight-core FX family.
There are multiple facets to this launch, including significant price cuts at the high end, new eight-core chips that fit within a 95W TDP bracket, and tweaked SKUs that improve Piledriver’s performance modestly at roughly the same price point. AMD made headlines last summer when it announced plans to launch a 5GHz CPU — and lost a significant portion of that interest when it revealed that the chip, the FX-9590, would be priced at 0 or more.
When it compares gaming performance between Intel and AMD platforms, multiple slides show an AMD CPU and R9 285 GPU squaring off against an Intel chip and an Nvidia GTX 760. Deliberately comparing two different GPUs is apples and oranges, particularly when you’re arming your hardware with the better ammo.
The problem with this is simple — the R9 285 is designed to the GTX 760 — and at the resolutions AMD is testing, games are almost entirely GPU bound in any case. Ultimately, these new cores and price shifts are both an attempt to improve the attractiveness of AMD’s product portfolio by putting octa-core chips in the hands of more users and a stopgap measure designed to hold the line until new cores are available at some future date. AMD has no public plans to release an eight-core Kaveri and what roadmaps exist show the FX family continuing in its present form through the end of 2014.