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The CORSAIR VOID PRO RGB USB Wireless headset provides exceptional comfort, epic audio performance and legendary CORSAIR durability to deliver the ultimate gaming experience. which typically happens if the headset is improperly disconnected during a firmware update. Select Firmware Image to use a downloaded firmware update file to update the firmware. Bootloader mode is our failsafe protocol that prevents the headset from becoming unresponsive, which typically happens if the headset is improperly disconnected during a firmware update. Click Update to download the latest firmware. Jun 10,  · Open CUE – Click “gear” icon – Connect your headset via USB – click check for updates. If there is any updates for dongle or headset so CUE will show you a message. Or you can try to make a force update by clicking appropriate button. Are you sure that you are not using the latest firmware for .

 

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iCUE-enabled products often feature upgradable device firmware, allowing for further optimization of performance and general operation. We recommend only upd. The CORSAIR VOID PRO RGB USB Wireless headset provides exceptional comfort, epic audio performance and legendary CORSAIR durability to deliver the ultimate gaming experience. which typically happens if the headset is improperly disconnected during a firmware update. Jun 10,  · Open CUE – Click “gear” icon – Connect your headset via USB – click check for updates. If there is any updates for dongle or headset so CUE will show you a message. Or you can try to make a force update by clicking appropriate button. Are you sure that you are not using the latest firmware for .
 
 
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EWL: a new lithographic hope or a pipe dream?

Last month, when Intel announced the successful creation of a SRAM prototype in compliance with the 0.45nm technical process, a very important detail surfaced – the microprocessor giant still uses “dry” 193nm lithography, abandoning immersion. Moreover, just as Intel put an end to 157-nm lithography a few years ago, the company is ready to abandon immersion technology, preparing to start introducing EUV lithography by 2021, which implies the use of sources of hard ultraviolet radiation.

In addition to imprint lithography, another possible alternative to EUVL can be EWL (vanishing small radiation lithography), which is being studied at the California Institute of Technology, the University of California at Berkeley and other research groups. Some also call EWL working in the near-field zone “contact lithography”.

The Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) is expected to present the results of a work that has been able to create a 26nm pattern using EWL during the SPIE microlithography conference from February 19-24. RIT says this is significantly better than Caltech and Berkeley. But most importantly, RIT was able to create an image without contact with the substrate (until now EWL meant the creation of vanishingly small fields under the contact mask), which allows us to consider the technology as a further extension of optical lithography. An image from the last element of the optical system is projected onto a substrate through a medium with a refractive index lower than the numerical value of the imaging system aperture. Moreover, the numerical value of the aperture reached 1.85, which is almost two times higher than that of commercially available immersion scanners. Thus, the hierarchy of optical lithographic technologies can be structured as follows: conventional lithography – immersion lithography (the numerical value of the aperture is from 1 to 1.65 – the theoretical limiting value) – EWL (the numerical value of the aperture is more than 1.65).

However, despite the technical prospects of the new technology, there are certain doubts about its applicability in economic terms – the largest buyer of lithographic equipment, in fact, refused to purchase both 157-nm and 193-nm immersion tools. Undoubtedly, developers of lithographic tools will find buyers, in particular, IBM and AMD, however, in the case of EWL, the situation may become even more piquant – in the development of RIT optical elements made of sapphire are used (the refractive index at a wavelength of 193 nm is 1.92 ), which is quite normal for a laboratory device, but is unlikely to be good for industry.

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