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  1. Hey all, it looks like Samsung quietly updated their NVMe PCIe SSD Driver to version 2.1 back in December 2016. If you have a Samsung PCIe NVMe SSD (Samsung 950 PRO, Samsung 960 EVO, Samsung 960 PRO), it's a good idea to update it. Looks like it improves power consumption and fixes an unsafe shutdown bug in Windows 8.1 and 10. Here's a link to download the new SSD driver. http://www.samsung.com/semiconductor/minisite/ssd/download/tools.html Here's a changelog of what's been updated. Rev 1.0 - Initial release version Rev 1.1 - Driver version update for USB compatibility Rev 2.0 - Support for 960PRO and EVO Rev 2.1 - Improve idle power saving on Windows 10, Unsafe shutdown bug fix on Windows 8.1 & 10
  2. In case you haven't read up on it yet, CPCR is running on new server infrastructure. We recently abandoned our dedicated box in favor of self hosting. Put up a couple articles regarding the new server platform and the colocation that's housing it. Check it out if you're interested! :) http://www.custompcreview.com/articles/cpcr-server-upgrade-2015-new-hardware-overview/23141/ http://www.custompcreview.com/articles/cpcr-server-upgrade-2015-psychz-networks-colocation/23189/ http://www.custompcreview.com/articles/cpcr-server-upgrade-2015-lenovo-thinkserver-rd540/23202/