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post #1 of 48 (permalink) Old 02-02-2020, 01:20 PM - Thread Starter
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[AnandTech] Zhaoxin’s x86-Compatible CPUs for DIY Enthusiasts Now Available

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Zhaoxin, a joint venture between Via Technologies and the Chinese government, has been selling processors for various client systems for years, but recently the company rolled out its latest CPUs that some of the local PC makers position as solutions for DIY enthusiasts. At least initially, Zhaoxin’s KaiXian KX-6780A will be available only in China.
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Maybe after the corona virus is long gone. Just read that some 3D Nand manufactured in a certain province in China be avoided. There are thousands, if not, millions of products made in China that it would be hard to id all of their origin.

As a precaution, i stopped buying from Aliexpress.

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Maybe after the corona virus is long gone. Just read that some 3D Nand manufactured in a certain province in China be avoided. There are thousands, if not, millions of products made in China that it would be hard to id all of their origin.

As a precaution, i stopped buying from Aliexpress.
Virus will not live through that much.

Also that virus pretty much only kills weak and/or old people.

If the chinese manage to pull of a third option then why not.
As long as it provides decent performance and price.

Even the fastest pc in the world cannot beat imagination.
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Quote: Originally Posted by rdr09 View Post
Maybe after the corona virus is long gone. Just read that some 3D Nand manufactured in a certain province in China be avoided. There are thousands, if not, millions of products made in China that it would be hard to id all of their origin.

As a precaution, i stopped buying from Aliexpress.
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I might still order from there.
But I have the advantage of working at a chemical factory. If I explained the situation to my supervisor I should be able to suit up to class C hazmat no problem and class B if I bring back the scuba gear. I also have a part bag of copper hydroxide powder just laying around in my work area since some customers have been wanting it in their biocides lately. Put a little of that into solution and you should be able to wipe those viruses dead in no time with only slight to moderate risk of destroying your electronics through residual copper oxide films.

I wouldn't want to contaminate my garage though. Maybe just keep the suit, biocide and package bagged up in my trunk and drive out to some state park and do it in the woods. Or rent a storage unit in the boonies.

The supervisor would probably want me to also wipe down their stuff from aliexpress though :/
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WCCF found it for sale: https://item.taobao.com/item.htm?spm...d=611411075104

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Isn't anyone worried about backdoors in PRC high tech gear anymore?
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Isn't anyone worried about backdoors in PRC high tech gear anymore?
China only really wants important info. Thats what there espionage targets. I doubt they care about the average american unless they are looking to expand there new social scoring system to the us.
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I might still order from there.
But I have the advantage of working at a chemical factory. If I explained the situation to my supervisor I should be able to suit up to class C hazmat no problem and class B if I bring back the scuba gear. I also have a part bag of copper hydroxide powder just laying around in my work area since some customers have been wanting it in their biocides lately. Put a little of that into solution and you should be able to wipe those viruses dead in no time with only slight to moderate risk of destroying your electronics through residual copper oxide films.

I wouldn't want to contaminate my garage though. Maybe just keep the suit, biocide and package bagged up in my trunk and drive out to some state park and do it in the woods. Or rent a storage unit in the boonies.

The supervisor would probably want me to also wipe down their stuff from aliexpress though :/
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A sink, warm water, and dish soap should be perfectly sufficient for those paranoid types who are prone to eating off motherboards or licking their fingers/rubbing their eyes while assembling systems.

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Isn't anyone worried about backdoors in PRC high tech gear anymore?
I'm curious enough to watch network traffic coming from a Zhaoxin board a bit more closely than I normally would, but otherwise, no.

Backdoors installed by the PCR is mostly a concern for those who have been entrusted with sensitive information, or Chinese nationals who fall under PRC jurisdiction. Plenty of other, more credible threats to my privacy and security, closer to home.

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Virus will not live through that much.

Also that virus pretty much only kills weak and/or old people.

If the chinese manage to pull of a third option then why not.
As long as it provides decent performance and price.
I am in my 60s , have coronary artery disease and chronic asthma , that puts me at significant risk , so no aliexpress for me either .
And In reference to the PRC backdoors in hardware - I am not American , so for me I get to choose ! American backdoor in my hardware , or Chinese backdoor in my hardware ,
I think American over-reach and snooping , is just as bad , or probably worse than Chinese .
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