http://www.rssboard.org/rss-specification 小棉袄海外直播APP,狐狸精视频,苦瓜污视频AnandTech This channel features the latest computer hardware related articles. http://madadata.com en-us Copyright 2020 AnandTech Anand Lal Shimpi http://madadata.com/content/images/rss_logo.png 四虎精品澳门在线,Avgle,完美影院AnandTech http://madadata.com 水果视频官网在线下载,国产第1大香蕉视频,桃花视频appOWC Refreshes Mercury Elite Pro DAS: Up to 16 TB over USB 3.2 Anton Shilov

白色妖精泷泽萝拉OWC has announced a new version of its Mercury Elite Pro DAS, the company's entry-level external storage box. The refreshed DAS can house one 3.5-inch hard drive, allowing it to provide capacities of up to 16 TB using today's HDDs.

白色妖精泷泽萝拉The DAS is available in 1 TB, 2 TB, 4 TB, 6 TB, 8 TB, 12 TB, 14 TB, and 16 TB versions. The devices can be stacked, so those who need greater capacities can easily get it. All the SKUs are powered by 7200 RPM hard drives, so they offer a rather decent level of performance, up to 283 MB/s, which is good enough for music, videos, photos, and business files. Externally, the DAS has a USB 3.2 Gen 1 interface with up to 5 Gbps throughput.

白色妖精泷泽萝拉The Mercury Elite Pro DAS comes in a brushed aluminum chassis with venting, so it does not rely on active cooling, making the hard drive inside the only major noise source.

白色妖精泷泽萝拉OWC’s new entry-level DAS is compatible with Apple macOS X, Microsoft Windows, Linux, Sony PlayStation 4, Xbox consoles, and Smart TVs. In addition, they are support Apple Time Machine and Windows File History backups.

OWC has already started sales of the Mercury Elite Pro. Just the enclosure itself is priced at $49, a 2 TB SKU costs $129, whereas the top-of-the-range 16 GB module carries a $579 price tag.

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http://madadata.com/show/15658/owc-refreshes-mercury-elite-pro-das-up-to-16-tb-over-usb-32 Wed, 25 Mar 2020 14:30:00 EDT tag:madadata.com,15658:news
杏趣app下载,蘑菇网络下载安装,萝卜视频破解版appThe GIGABYTE MZ31-AR0 Motherboard Review: EPYC with Dual 10G Gavin Bonshor The workstation and server markets are big business for not only chip manufacturers such as Intel and AMD, but for motherboard vendors too. Since AMD's introduction of its Zen-based EPYC processors, its prosumer market share has been slowly, but surely, creeping back. One example of a single socket solution available on the market is the GIGABYTE MZ31-AR0. With support for AMD's EPYC family of processors, the MZ31-AR0 has some interesting components including its 2 x SFP+ 10 G Ethernet ports powered by a Broadcom BCM57810S controller, and four SlimSAS slots offering up to sixteen SATA ports. 

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http://madadata.com/show/15628/the-gigabyte-mz31ar0-motherboard-review-single-socket-epyc Wed, 25 Mar 2020 13:15:00 EDT tag:madadata.com,15628:news
柠檬视频下载,楼凤小姐信息,人像摄影Intel’s new ‘Single Customer’ Ice Lake Mobile CPUs: Are These in the Macbook Air? Dr. Ian Cutress

白色妖精泷泽萝拉It was recently brought to our attention that three new Ice Lake CPUs were listed on Intel’s online ARK database of products: the , the Core , and the . These differ from the ‘consumer’ released products by having an ‘N’ in them, and specification-wise these CPUs have a slightly higher TDP along with a slightly higher base clock, as well as being in a smaller package. We reached out to Intel, but in the meantime we also noticed that the CPUs line up perfectly with what Apple is providing in its latest Macbook Air.

Intel’s Ice Lake family is the first generation of 10nm processors that the company has made widely available. We’ve covered Intel’s ups and downs with the 10nm process, and last year it launched Ice Lake as part of its 10th Generation Core family, focusing more on premium products that need graphics horsepower or AI acceleration. In the initial announcement, Intel stated that there would be nine different Ice Lake processors coming to market, however we learned that the lower-power parts would take longer to arrive.

These three new CPUs actually fall under that ‘lower power’ bracket, meaning they were meant to be coming out about this time, but are labelled differently to the processors initially announced. This is because these new CPUs are officially listed as ‘off-roadmap’, which is code for ‘not available to everyone’. Some OEMs, particularly the big ones like Apple, or sometimes HP and others, will make a request to Intel to develop a special version of their products just for them. This product is usually the same silicon as before, but binned differently, often to tighter constraints: it might differ in frequency, TDP, core count, or the way it is packaged. This more often happens in the server space, but can happen for notebooks as well, assuming you can order a larger amount.

Intel Ice Lake-Y Variants
AnandTech 1060N
G7
1060
G7
  1030N
G7
1030
G7
  1000N
G4
1000
G4
Cores / Threads 4 / 8 4 / 8   4 / 8 4 / 8   2 / 4 2 / 4
L3 Cache 8 MB 8 MB   6 MB 6 MB   4 MB 4 MB
Base Freq (GHz) 1.20 1.00   1.10 0.80   1.10 1.10
Turbo Freq (GHz) 3.80 3.80   3.50 3.50   3.20 3.20
TDP 10 W 9 W   10 W 9 W   9 W 9 W
LPDDR4X 3733 3733   3733 3733   3733 3733
GPU EUs 64 64   64 64   48 48
GPU Freq (MHz) 1100 1100   1050 1050   900 900
Package T5 T4   T5 T4   T5 T4

白色妖精泷泽萝拉These new CPUs are different because they have an ‘N’ in the name. This translates, in the case of the Core i7, to +1W on the TDP, +200 MHz on the base frequency, and a much smaller package size. They are all classified as Iris Plus graphics, and the G7 indicates 64 EUs while the G4 indicates 48 EUs. Interestingly the new CPUs have Intel’s TXT and Optane Memory Support disabled. Increasing the TDP by 11% and the base frequency by 20% is probably very reasonable – ultimately the TDP affects more for the sustained performance, for which customers that want custom versions are probably optimizing for quite well.

Another aspect is the smaller package size. Intel for the Ice CPUs traditionally has two packages - a Type 3 at 50x25mm, and a Type 4 at 26.5 x 18.5 mm. With Type 4, the CPU and IO chips are close together and have a shim to stiffen the package. This new package seems to be off-roadmap as well, without the shim - a 'Type 5' package if you will. The smaller package also helps in designing the system, leaving more room for other components. Arguably this is the biggest change with these CPUs, reducing the package from 26.5 mm by 18.5 mm to 22.0 mm by 16.5 mm, a 26% size reduction.

We suspect these are the CPUs in the most recent updates to Apple’s Macbook Air line. Apple historically does not list exactly which processors it uses in its devices, but shows the following:

白色妖精泷泽萝拉These specifications line up. Two of the three CPUs already have Geekbench benchmark results submitted to the online database.

白色妖精泷泽萝拉When we approached Intel asking what these CPUs were, and the official line is:

“The ‘N’ notes a slightly differentiated, customer-specific version of those SKUs. Those slight differences require a signifier for our internal SKU management and ordering systems. The N is not a new subfamily or directly connected to a specific set of features, for example.”

This goes in line with what we stated above about customer-specific binning. Apple will no doubt be ordering a few million of these CPUs, so Intel is prepared to add an extra binning step just for the business.

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http://madadata.com/show/15657/intels-new-single-customer-ice-lake-mobile-cpus-are-these-in-the-macbook-air Wed, 25 Mar 2020 12:30:00 EDT tag:madadata.com,15657:news
pear永久会员账号分享一下,涩播,kittyappSamsung to Produce DDR5 in 2021 (with EUV) Anton Shilov

Samsung is on track to start volume production of DDR5 and LPDDR5 memory next year using a manufacturing technology that will take advantage of extreme ultraviolet lithography (EUVL). In fact, Samsung has been playing with EUV-enabled DRAM fabrication process for a while and has already validated DDR4 memory with select partners.

To date, Samsung has produced and shipped a million of DDR4 DRAM modules based on chips made using the company’s D1x process technology that uses EUV lithography. These modules have completed customer evaluations, which proves that Samsung’s 1st白色妖精泷泽萝拉 Generation EUV DRAM technology enables to build fine circuits. Samsung’s D1x is an experimental EUVL fabrication process that was used to make experimental DDR4 DRAMs, though it will not be used any further, the company said.

Instead, to produce DDR5 and LPDDR5 next year, the company will use its D1a, a highly-advanced 14 nm-class process with EUV layers. This technology is expected to double per-wafer productivity (DRAM bit output) when compared to D1x technology, which indicates that it uses thinner geomtries. Samsung did not reveal whether its D1a also uses other innovations (in addition to EUVL), such as pillar cell capacitors and dual work function layers for buried wordline gates, as anticipated by analysts from who believe that scaling DRAM cell transistors and capacitor structures offer limited capability to scale further from current levels.

Timeline of Samsung DRAM Milestones
Date Milestone
2021 4th-gen 10nm-class (1a) EUV-based
16Gb DDR5/LPDDR5 mass production
March 2020 4th-gen 10nm-class (1a) EUV-based DRAM development
September 2019 3rd-gen 10nm-class (1z) 8Gb DDR4 mass production
June 2019 2nd-gen 10nm-class (1y) 12Gb LPDDR5 mass production
March 2019 3rd-gen 10nm-class (1z) 8Gb DDR4 development
November 2017 2nd-gen 10nm-class (1y) 8Gb DDR4 mass production
September 2016 1st-gen 10nm-class (1x) 16Gb LPDDR4/4X mass production
February 2016 1st-gen 10nm-class (1x) 8Gb DDR4 mass production
October 2015 20nm (2z) 12Gb LPDDR4 mass production
December 2014 20nm (2z) 8Gb GDDR5 mass production
December 2014 20nm (2z) 8Gb LPDDR4 mass production
October 2014 20nm (2z) 8Gb DDR4 mass production
February 2014 20nm (2z) 4Gb DDR3 mass production
February 2014 20nm-class (2y) 8Gb LPDDR4 mass production
November 2013 20nm-class (2y) 6Gb LPDDR3 mass production
November 2012 20nm-class (2y) 4Gb DDR3 mass production
September 2011 20nm-class (2x) 2Gb DDR3 mass production
July 2010 30nm-class 2Gb DDR3 mass production
February 2010 40nm-class 4Gb DDR3 mass production
July 2009 40nm-class 2Gb DDR3 mass production

白色妖精泷泽萝拉Usage of EUVL will enable Samsung (and eventually other memory makers) to reduce (or eliminate) usage of multi patterning, which enhances patterning accuracy and therefore improves performance and yields. The latter will be beneficiary for production of high-performance high-capacity DDR5 chips as they are meant to increase both performance (up to DDR4-6400) and capacity (up to 32 Gbps). Samsung has not officially revealed how many EUV layers do its D1x and D1a process technologies use.

In addition to revealing its EUV-related achievements, Samsung also said that in the second half this year its P2 fab near Pyeongtaek, South Korea, will begin operations later this year. Initially, the facility will ‘make next-generation premium DRAMs’.

Jung-bae Lee, executive vice president of DRAM Product & Technology at Samsung Electronics, said the following:

"With the production of our new EUV-based DRAM, we are demonstrating our full commitment toward providing revolutionary DRAM solutions in support of our global IT customers. This major advancement underscores how we will continue contributing to global IT innovation through timely development of leading-edge process technologies and next-generation memory products for the premium memory market."

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微杏app2.9最新破解,秦先生91视频迅雷下载,天天看片大陆版破解版下载v1Samsung Reveals All-in-One Power Management ICs for Wireless Earbuds Anton Shilov

白色妖精泷泽萝拉Samsung has formally announced two new all-in-one power management integrated circuits (PMIC) developed specifically for "True Wireless Stereo" (TWS) devices (a.k.a. earbuds). The highly integrated PMICs are being touted as allowing earbuds to be built with longer battery lives and better ergonomics. And because this is Samsung, the the first earbuds to use the new PMICs are fittingly Samsung’s own Galaxy Buds+.

白色妖精泷泽萝拉Samsung’s family of PMICs for TWS devices includes the MUA01 designed for charging cases, as well as the MUB01 for the earbuds themselves. Previously, power management solutions for earbuds have used 5 to 10 discrete components (see the image below), including switching chargers and discharge circuits, which take precious space. Samsung says that it has managed to integrate all of these components into one chip, occupying half the space as before, which enables it to save space inside earbuds and charging cases. Ultimately, the goal is to free up space in earbuds to integrate higher-capacity batteries, better speakers, and refine ergonomics.

The MUA01 supports both wired as well as wireless charging (and happens to be the industry’s first solution of this kind to support both) and is compatible with the latest Wireless Power Consortium’s Qi 1.2.4 specification. Like other devices of this kind, the MUA01 integrates a microcontroller unit (MCU) with eFlash to enable firmware upgrades. Furthermore, both MUA01 and MUB01 support power line communication (PLC) technology that enables earpices and charging cases to share essential information, such as battery levels.

Samsung has already started to mass produce its MUA01 and MUB01 PMICs and uses them inside its recently announced Galaxy Buds+ that are rated for up to 11 hours of operation on one charge.

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http://madadata.com/show/15654/samsung-reveals-allinone-power-management-ics-for-wireless-earbuds Tue, 24 Mar 2020 17:00:00 EDT tag:madadata.com,15654:news
香蕉影视app安卓,玉米视频网站首页,草莓色版appGOODRAM Announces Entry-Level PX500 SSDs: Bringing NVMe to Budget Drives Anton Shilov

As more SSD manufacturers introduce their inexpensive NVMe PCIe drives, the market of entry-level SSDs is slowly but surely moving away from SATA altogether. Case in point this week is GOODRAM, yet another SSD manufacturer who is launching a family of entry-level NVMe SSDs that are priced to compete with their SATA counterparts. 

GOODRAM’s are based on Silicon Motion’s SM2263XT controller and come with 256 GB, 512 GB, or 1 TB of usable 3D TLC NAND memory. The entry-level drives fully support modern SSD features like the NVMe 1.3a protocol, end-to-end data protection, L1.2 low power mode, and AES-256 encryption. What's also notable is that the manufacturer is specifically designing the M.2 2280 form-factor drives with laptop compatibility in mind; so rather than using a large metal heatsink, the drives are covered by a thin heat spreader made of plastic-like material so that they fit into the tight spaces afforded by laptops.

When it comes to performance, GOODRAM rates the new PX500-series SSDs for up to 2050 MB/s sequential read speeds, up to 1650 MB/s sequential write speeds, and up to 240,000/280,000 random read/write IOPS, which is in line with the capabilities of the controller and performance levels offered by competing drives.

General Specifications of GOODRAM's PX500 SSDs
Capacity 256 GB 512 GB 1 TB
Model Number SSDPR-PX500-256-80 SSDPR-PX500-512-80 SSDPR-PX500-01T-80
Controller Silicon Motion SM2263XT
NAND Flash 3D TLC NAND
Form-Factor, Interface M.2-2280, PCIe 3.0 x4, NVMe 1.3a
Sequential Read 1850 MB/s 2000 MB/s 2050 MB/s
Sequential Write 950 MB/s 1600 MB/s 1650 MB/s
Random Read IOPS ~102K IOPS ~173K IOPS ~240K IOPS
Random Write IOPS ~230K IOPS ~140K IOPS ~280K IOPS
Pseudo-SLC Caching Supported
DRAM Buffer No
TCG Opal Encryption No
Power Management L1.2 power mode support for ultra-low power consumption
Idle: ? W
Active: ? W
Warranty 3  years
MTBF 1,500,000 hours (?)
TBW ? ? ?
Additional Information
Launch Price ? ? ?

白色妖精泷泽萝拉Wilk Electronik SA, the owner of the GOODRAM brand, has not announced official MSRPs for its PX500 SSDs, but the general principle here is that they are supposed to launch at prices that are close to those for M.2 SATA SSDs.

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http://madadata.com/show/15655/goodram-announces-entrylevel-px500-nvme-ssds Tue, 24 Mar 2020 16:00:00 EDT tag:madadata.com,15655:news
91国产偷拍,春意影院app官网,现场直播IBM & Partners to Fight COVID-19 with Supercomputers, Forms COVID-19 HPC Consortium Anton Shilov

The SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus and the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted multiple business events as well as high-tech product launches in the recent months and has all the chances to disrupt the world’s economy quite drastically. So in a bid to better better understand the disease and develop treatments as well as potential cures, IBM this week established the COVID-19 High Performance Computing Consortium, which will be enlisting the United States' various public and private supercomputers and compute clusters to run research projects related to the disease.

Together with IBM, the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy and the U.S. Department of Energy and others, the pools together 16 supercomputers with that together offer a total of over 330 PetaFLOPS of compute power, a combination of 775,000 CPU cores as well as 34,000 GPUs. The systems will be used to run research simulations in epidemiology, bioinformatics, and molecular modeling. All of these virtual experiments are meant to greatly speed up research of the COVID-19 disease as well as possible treatments. Eventually, the knowledge obtained during this work could allow to develop vaccines and other treatments against the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus itself. Meanwhile, the COVID-19 HPC Consortium will first prioritize projects that can have ‘the most immediate impact’. Researchers are advised to submit their proposals to the consortium via a special .

So far, IBM’s Summit supercomputer at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory has enabled researchers from ORNL and the University of Tennessee to screen 8,000 compounds to discover those that are most likely to bind to the main “spike” protein of the coronavirus, and thus prevent it from infecting host cells. To date, scientists recommended 77 promising small-molecule mixtures that could now be evaluated experimentally.

The pool of supercomputers participating in IBM’s COVID-19 HPC Consortium currently includes machines operated by IBM, Lawrence Livermore National Lab (LLNL), Argonne National Lab (ANL), Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), Sandia National Laboratory (SNL), Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL), the National Science Foundation (NSF), NASA, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), and other technology companies (including Amazon, Google, Cloud, and Microsoft).

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狐妖视频,花间直播App直播,小姐姐直播下载二维码Computex 2020 Moved to September In Response to Coronavirus Pandemic Ryan Smith

Over the past month and a half, we’ve written about several technology industry trade shows that had been radically transformed, virtualized, or outright canceled due to the ongoing SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus pandemic. And now the epidemic has put the brakes on one of the largest tradeshows yet, with Computex organizer TAITRA officially postponing the show to late September.

As one of the biggest IT trade shows in the world, and easily the largest show for PC products period, Computex is a major event for the industry as a whole. The Taiwanese show brings together local vendors from Taiwan, foreign vendors from China, the United States, and beyond, as well as press and buyers from all over. The 2020 show in particular was expected to be a big draw on the PC side of matters, as both AMD and Intel were relatively quiet at CES 2020, instead gearing up to deliver their next generation of products later this year.

Unfortunately, despite their best efforts to keep the show on schedule, TAITRA has finally had to bow to the worsening coronavirus situation, and abort their plans to host the show in early June as previously scheduled. Interestingly, the group is not canceling the show outright, and instead has rescheduled it to September 28th through the 30th. To date, very few events have successfully been rescheduled to later dates, but then TAITRA is the first to try to move an event to the fall, and citing analyst reports, believes that the coronavirus situation will be under control before the rescheduled show is set to take place.

Overall, this marks the second time that Computex has been disrupted due to a coronavirus outbreak. The show was famously delayed in 2003白色妖精泷泽萝拉, when the original SARS virus resulted in the show being rescheduled to a similar late-September showing. And although it was significantly reduced in size, the rescheduled show was none the less a small success. So here’s to hoping we’ll be reporting the same thing later this year in September of 2020.

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秘播视频,樱桃安卓app,萝卜视频ios破解版下载BenQ Unveils SW321C: A 32-Inch Pro Monitor with Wide Color Gamuts & USB-C Anton Shilov

白色妖精泷泽萝拉BenQ has introduced a new 32-inch professional-grade display designed for photographers and post-production specialists. Dubbed the SW321C, the monitor is for professionals who need wide color spaces like the Adobe RGB and the DCI-P3, as well as HDR transport support. And, like many other contemporary displays, BenQ’s new LCD is equipped with a USB Type-C input.

Under the hood, the uses a 10-bit 32-inch IPS panel featuring a 3840×2160 resolution, a 250 nits typical brightness, a 1000:1 contrast ratio, a 5 ms GtG response time, a 60 Hz refresh rate, and 178° viewing angles. The monitor uses a LED backlighting that is tailored to ensure brightness uniformity across the whole surface of the screen.

The LCD can display 1.07 billion colors and can reproduce 99% of the Adobe RGB, 95% of the DCI-P3, as well as 100% of the sRGB color gamuts, all of which are widely used by professional photographers as well as video editors and animation designers who do post-production work. Meanwhile, the monitor has a 16-bit 3D LUT (look-up table) and is calibrated to DeltaE ≤ 2 to ensure fine quality of colors and color gradients. The LCD can even display content in different color spaces at the same time side-by-side in PIP/PBP modes.

白色妖精泷泽萝拉As for HDR support, things aren't quite as stellar there. The monitor supports HDR10 as well as the relatively uncommon HLG transport format. However the monitor doesn't have the kind of strong backlighting required for HDR, let alone a FALD setup necessary to deliver anything approaching pro-grade HDR. So the inclusion of HDR support seems to be largely for compatibility and checking HDR content, rather than doing actual content editing in HDR.

As far as connectivity is concerned, the display is comes with one DisplayPort 1.4 input, two HDMI 2.0 ports, and a USB Type-C input. The latter can deliver up to 60 W of power to the host, which is enough most laptops. All the connectors support HDCP 2.2 technology that is required for protected content. In addition, the BenQ SW321C monitor has a dual-port USB hub and an SD card reader that is certainly useful for photographers.

Since we are dealing with a professional display, it is naturally equipped with a stand that can adjust height, tilt and swivel as well as work in album mode. In addition, the SW321C comes with BenQ’s hockey puck controller to quickly adjust settings.

Specifications of the BenQ AQColor SW321C
  SW321C
Panel 32" IPS
Native Resolution 3840 × 2160
Maximum Refresh Rate 60 Hz
Response Time 5 ms GtG
Brightness 250 cd/m² (typical)
Contrast 1000:1
Viewing Angles 178°/178° horizontal/vertical
HDR HDR10, HLG
Backlighting LED
Pixel Pitch 0.1845 mm²
Pixel Density 137 ppi
Display Colors 1.07 billion
Color Gamut Support sRGB: 100%
DCI-P3: 95%
Adobe RGB: 99%
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Stand adjustable
Inputs 1 × DisplayPort 1.4
2 × HDMI 2.0
1 × USB-C
Other Dual-port USB hub
CD Card Reader
Launch Date Spring 2020

The BenQ AQColor SW321C monitor is currently listed by BenQ Japan, so expect it to hit the market shortly. Exact pricing is unknown, but this is a professional-grade display, so expect it to be priced accordingly.

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http://madadata.com/show/15650/benq-unveils-sw321c-a-32inch-professional-monitor-w-hdr10-hlg-usbc Mon, 23 Mar 2020 16:00:00 EDT tag:madadata.com,15650:news
夜色蜜桃导航,99re6这里只有是精品,南瓜视频最新版下载SMIC Details Its N+1 Process Technology: 7nm Performance in China Anton Shilov

SMIC first started volume production of chips using its 14 nm FinFET fabrication process in Q4 2019. Since then, the company has been hard at work developing its next generation major node, which it's calling N+1. The technology has certain features that are comparable to competing 7 nm process technologies, but SMIC wants to make it clear that N+1 is not a 7 nm technology.

白色妖精泷泽萝拉When compared to SMIC’s 14 nm process technology, N+1 lowers power consumption by 57%, increases performance by 20%, and reduces logic area by up to 63%. While the process enables chip designers to make their SoCs smaller and more power efficient, its modest performance gains do not allow N+1 to compete against competitors' 7 nm technology and derivatives. To that end, SMIC positions its N+1 as a technology for inexpensive chips.

白色妖精泷泽萝拉A SMIC’s spokesperson said the following:

“Our target for N+1 is low-cost applications, which can reduce costs by about 10 percent relative to 7nm. So this is a very special application.”

白色妖精泷泽萝拉Notably, SMIC’s N+1 does not use extreme ultraviolet lithography (EUVL), so the fab company does not need to procure further expensive equipment from ASML. Which isn't to say that the company hasn't considered EUV – the company did acquire an EUV step-and-scan system – but it has not been installed, reportedly because of restrictions imposed by the US. As a result, it will be SMIC’s N+2 that will use EUV.

The foundry from China plans to start risk production using its N+1 technology in Q4 2020, so expect the process to enter high volume manufacturing (HVM) sometimes in 2021 or 2022.

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http://madadata.com/show/15649/smic-details-its-n1-process-technology-7nm-performance-in-china Mon, 23 Mar 2020 14:00:00 EDT tag:madadata.com,15649:news
黄版本视频app,红番区,爱看TVApple Now Offering Standalone Afterburner Cards for Mac Pro Upgrades Anton Shilov

白色妖精泷泽萝拉Aimed at very specific audiences, Apple’s Mac Pro clearly does not come at a price point that seems reasonable for an average person. Nonetheless, the features it has are not present on an average workstation either. When launched back in December, one such exclusive was Apple’s Afterburner accelerator for video decoding, which was only available with a purchase of a new Mac Pro. Recently, however, the company has made the card available for purchase separately.

The is a FPGA-based PCIe 3.0 x16 board that accelerates the decoding of video streams encoded using the ProRes and ProRes RAW video codecs. ProRes is commonly used throughout the Mac video editing ecosystem, including in Final Cut Pro X, QuickTime Player X, and numerous third-party programs. Once installed into Mac Pro’s PCIe 3.0 x16 slot, an Afterburner card can support playback of up to 6 streams of 8K ProRes RAW, or up to 23 streams of 4K ProRes RAW, which, suffice it to say, is incredibly useful in the video post-production industry.

Unfortunately, while Apple is making the card freely available for purchase, its system requirements haven't changed. Specifically, it's only officially supported in the 2019 Mac Pro. So officially, at least, 2011 Mac Pro and Hackintosh owners are out of luck. None the less, it'll be interesting to see if hackers can get it to work in other systems, since the true linchpin for support is macOS itself.

The Apple Afterburner Card is available directly from Apple for $2,000.

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乐百在线,懂片帝苹果下载,木瓜影院手机在线电影免费看HTC & Valve Bundle "Half-Life: Alyx" With Vive Cosmos, Valve Index Anton Shilov

Being, perhaps, the most anticipated virtual reality game to date, Valve’s Half-Life: Alyx is expected to greatly increase interests towards VR gaming and VR hardware. In a bid to attract attention to their latest hardware, HTC and Valve are both bundling the game with some versions of their headsets.

For a limited time (while supplies last, to be more specific), HTC’s Vive Cosmos Elite bundle for $899/€999 will come with a free digital copy of . Meanwhile, Valve itself will bundle the title with its Index VR headset (which costs $499, or $749 with controllers, or $999 with controllers and additional base stations), or almost any of its additional components, according to .

白色妖精泷泽萝拉Valve’s Half-Life: Alyx is a game that exclusively works with virtual reality headsets and it is compatible with Facebook’s Oculus VR, HTC’s Vive, Microsoft’s Windows Mixed Reality, and Valve’s Index platforms. Since the title is not compatible with non-VR setups, it will inevitably attract fans of the franchise to virtual reality.

白色妖精泷泽萝拉Valve says that its Half-Life: Alyx was developed using Index hardware, though bundling the game with HTC’s Vive Cosmos shows that the two companies are still relatively close, a relationship that goes back to the creation of the original Vive headset.

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http://madadata.com/show/15645/htc-valve-bundle-half-life-alyx-with-headsets Mon, 23 Mar 2020 10:30:00 EDT tag:madadata.com,15645:news
七次郎在线观看免费,小棉袄大秀直播,壁咚韩漫NVIDIA Intros DLSS 2.0: Ditches Per-Game Training, Adds Motion Vectors for Better Quality Ryan Smith

While NVIDIA’s annual GPU Technology Conference has been extensively dialed back and the bulk of NVIDIA’s announcements tabled for another day, as it turns out, the company still has an announcement up their sleeve this week. And a gaming-related announcement, no less. This morning NVIDIA is finally taking the wraps off of their DLSS 2.0 technology, which the company is shipping as a major update to their earlier AI-upscaling tech.

Responding to both competitive pressure and the realization of their own technology limitations, the latest iteration of NVIDIA’s upscaling technology is a rather significant overhaul of the technique. While NVIDIA is still doing AI upscaling at a basic level, DLSS 2.0 is no longer a pure upscaler; NVIDIA is now essentially combining it with temporal anti-aliasing. The results, NVIDIA is promising, is both better image quality than DLSS 1.0, as well as faster integration within individual games by doing away with per-game training.

As a quick refresher, Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS) was originally released around the launch of the Turing (GeForce RTX 20 series) generation in the fall of 2018. DLSS was NVIDIA’s first major effort to use their rapidly growing experience in AI programming and AI hardware to apply the technology to image quality in video games. With all of their GeForce RTX cards shipping with tensor cores, what better way to put them to use than to use them to improve image quality in games in a semi-abstracted manner? It was perhaps a bit of a case of a hammer in search of a nail, but the fundamental idea was reasonable, especially as 4K monitors get cheaper and GeForce 2080 Tis do not.

白色妖精泷泽萝拉Unfortunately, DLSS 1.0 never quite lived up to its promise. NVIDIA took a very image-centric approach to the process, relying on an extensive training program that involved creating a different neural network for each game at each resolution, training the networks on what a game should look like by feeding them ultra-high resolution, 64x anti-aliased images. In theory, the resulting networks should have been able to recognize how a more detailed world should work, and produce cleaner, sharper images accordingly.

白色妖精泷泽萝拉Sometimes this worked well. More often the results were mixed. NVIDIA primarily pitched the technology as a way to reduce the rendering costs of higher resolutions – that is, rendering a game at a lower resolution and then upscaling – with a goal of matching a game’s native resolution with temporal anti-aliasing. The end results would sometimes meet or beat this goal, and at other times an image would still be soft and lacking detail, revealing its lower-resolution origins. And all the while it took a lot of work to add DLSS to a game: every game and every resolution supported required training yet another neural network. Meanwhile, a simple upscale + sharpening filter could deliver a not-insignificant increase in perceived image quality with only a fraction of the work and GPU usage.

Enter DLSS 2.0

While DLSS 1.0 was pure, in retrospect it was perhaps a bit naïve. As NVIDIA plainly states now, DLSS 1.0 was hard to work with because it hinged on the idea that video games are deterministic – that everything would behave in a pre-defined and predictable manner. In reality games aren’t deterministic, and even if AI characters do the same thing every time, second-order effects like particles and the like can be off doing their own thing. As a result it was difficult to train DLSS 1.0 networks, which needed this determinism to improve, let alone applying them to games.

So for their second stab at AI upscaling, NVIDIA is taking a different tack. Instead of relying on individual, per-game neural networks, NVIDIA has built a single generic neural network that they are optimizing the hell out of. And to make up for the lack of information that comes from per-game networks, the company is making up for it by integrating real-time motion vector information from the game itself, a fundamental aspect of temporal anti-aliasing (TAA) and similar techniques. The net result is that DLSS 2.0 behaves a lot more like a temporal upscaling solution, which makes it dumber in some ways, but also smarter in others.

The single biggest change here is of course the new generic neural network. Looking to remove the expensive per-game training and the many (many) problems that non-deterministic games presented in training, NVIDIA has moved to a single generic network for all games. This newer neural network is based on a fully synthetic training set rather than individual games, which in turn is fully deterministic, allowing NVIDIA to extensively train the new network in exactly fashion they need for it to iterate and improve over generations. According to NVIDIA, this new network is also faster to execute on the GPU as well, reducing the overhead from using DLSS to begin with.

Besides eliminating per-game training times and hassling developers on determinism, the other upshot for NVIDIA is that the generic network gives them more resolution scaling options. NVIDIA can now upscale frames by up to 4x in resolution – from 1080p input to 4K – both allowing DLSS 2.0 to be used with a wider range of input/output resolutions, and allowing it to be more strongly used, for lack of a better term. DLSS 1.0, by contrast, generally targeted a 2x upscale.

This new flexibility also means that NVIDIA is now offering multiple DLSS quality modes, trading off the internal rendering resolution (and thus image quality) for more performance. Those modes are performance, balanced, and quality.

Otherwise, the actual network training process hasn’t entirely changed. NVIDIA is still training against 16K images, with the goal of teaching the neural network as much about quality as possible. And this is still being executed as neural networks via the tensor cores as well, though I’m curious to see if DLSS 2.0 pins quite as much work to the tensor cores as 1.0 did before it.

The catch to DLSS 2.0, however, is that this still requires game developer integration, and in a much different fashion. Because DLSS 2.0 relies on motion vectors to re-project the prior frame and best compute what the output image should look like, developers now need to provide those vectors to DLSS. As many developers are already doing some form of temporal AA in their games, this information is often available within the engine, and merely needs to be exposed to DLSS. None the less, it means that DLSS 2.0 still needs to be integrated on a per-game basis, even if the per-game training is gone. It is not a pure, end-of-chain post-processing solution like FXAA or combining image sharpening with upscaling.

Past that, it should be noted that NVIDIA is still defining DLSS resolutions the same way they were before; which is to say, they are talking about the output resolution rather than the input resolution. So 1080p Quality mode, for example, would generally mean the internal rendering resolution is one-half the output resolution, or 1280x720 being upscaled to 1920x1080. And Performance mode, I’m told, would be a 4x upscale.

Meanwhile, it goes without saying that the subject of image upscaling and enhancements has been a hot topic since the introduction of DLSS, as well as AMD’s more recent efforts to counter it with Radeon Image Sharpening. So NVIDIA is hitting the ground running, as it were, on promoting DLSS 2.0.

In fact “promotion” is perhaps the key word for today. While NVIDIA is only finally announcing DLSS 2.0 today and outlining how it works, the company has already been shipping it to game developers for a bit. Both Deliver Us the Moon and Wolfenstein: Youngblood白色妖精泷泽萝拉 are already shipping with DLSS 2.0. And now that NVIDIA is happy with the state of the now field-tested technology, they are moving on to rolling it out to gamers and game-developers as a whole, including integrating it into Unreal Engine 4.

Along with the aforementioned games, both Control and MechWarrior 5 are getting DLSS 2.0 updates. Control白色妖精泷泽萝拉 in particular will be an interesting case, as it’s the only game in this set that also had a DLSS 1.x implementation, meaning that it can be used as a control to judge the image quality differences. Even NVIDIA is going that far to demonstrate some of the quality improvements.

As for performance, NVIDIA is generally promising similar performance figures as DLSS 1.0. This means the comparable Quality mode may be a bit slower than DLSS 1.0 in games like Control, but overall that Quality mode and its one-half rendering resolution should deliver significant speed gains over native resolution games. All the while the resulting image quality should be better than what DLSS 1.0 could deliver. NVIDIA is even touting DLSS 2.0 as offering better image quality than native resolution games, though setting aside for the moment the subjective nature of image quality, it may not be quite an apples-to-apples comparison depending on what post-processing effects developers are using (e.g. replacing a very blurry TAA filter with DLSS 2.0).

At any rate, DLSS 2.0 is now officially available today. Updates for Control and MechWarrior 5白色妖精泷泽萝拉 will be shipping this week, and if NVIDIA gets its way, more games will soon follow.

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http://madadata.com/show/15648/nvidia-intros-dlss-20-adds-motion-vectors Mon, 23 Mar 2020 10:00:00 EDT tag:madadata.com,15648:news
豆奶视频苹果手机怎么下载,蘑菇视频下载网址,小姐姐直播最新地址iosSamsung Galaxy S20+ & Ultra (Snapdragon & Exynos) Battery Life Preview Andrei Frumusanu Last week we brought you a quick performance preview of the Snapdragon 865-based Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, showcasing that the phone has some outstandingly good performance and power efficiency statistics. Since then, we’ve been able to get our hands on an Exynos 990 based Galaxy S20+ and S20 Ultra, putting the trio of phones through our usual extensive review process.

We’re still working on the full big article which is still a week or more away, but we wanted already to cover one largest talking points about the new devices: battery life. Samsung’s new 120Hz refresh mode is quite a power-hungry beast, which alters the battery life formula for this year’s flagships. On top of that, we’re again seeing some quite large differences between the Exynos and Snapdragon based phones, and we’re able to report the first preliminary battery test results and analyse what the situation looks like.

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http://madadata.com/show/15647/samsung-galaxy-s20-ultra-snapdragon-exynos-battery-life-preview Mon, 23 Mar 2020 08:30:00 EDT tag:madadata.com,15647:news
咪咪app的邀请码,久久视热频这里只精品2017,91xcaoHMD Debuts First Nokia 5G Smartphone: The Nokia 8.3 5G with 4-Module Camera Anton Shilov

HMD Global has announced their first Nokia-branded 5G-enabled smartphone, the Nokia 8.3 5G. Based on  Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 765G platform, Nokia is assembling a high-end smartphone that is designed to tick all of the required boxes for a good phone, while not driving quite as hard on features and prices as contemporary flagship smartphones. None the less, the large display phone packs a quad-sensor camera module, and in an interesting turn of events, it will support more 5G bands than other handsets on the market today.

Once released, the Nokia 8.3 5G will be one of the first handsets launched in the West that's based on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 765G system-on-chip白色妖精泷泽萝拉, an interesting chip that, unlike the flagship Snapdragon 865, uses a fully integrated 5G modem. Furthermore, the 8.3 5G will be the very first phone that uses Qualcomm’s own 5G RF front-end module, a potentially important distinction as Qualcomm's front-end supports a greater number of bands than other modules already on the market. As a result the 8.3 5G is being pitched as a "truly global" smartphone that should be able to work in most countries despite the wide disparity in which bands are used.

Otherwise, while the Snapdragon 765G is not Qualcomm’s flagship SoC, the recently-launched chip is still decidedly capable. The SoC uses two Cortex-A76 based CPU cores for high intensity workloads as well as a further six Cortex-A55 cores for low intensity workloads, and packs Qualcomm's Adreno 620 integrated GPU. For the Nokia 8.3 5G, this is paired with 6 GB or 8 GB of LPDDR4X memory, as well as 64 GB or 128 GB NAND flash memory.

The first 5G Nokia handset comes with a large 6.81-inch IPS LCD with PureDisplay enhancements (deeper blacks, less reflections), and offers a 2400×1080 resolution (386 PPI). Oddly, however, HMD lists nothing about support for the DCI-P3 or HDR10 support, despite the fact that the company has supported HDR on earlier Nokia 7 and Nokia 8-series smartphones.

Instead, it's imaging capabilities are often the strongest side of Nokia handsets, and HMD is aiming similarly high here. The Nokia 8.3 5G comes with a quad-sensor main camera module comprised of a 64 MP main sensor, a 12 MP ultrawide sensor, a 2 MP macro camera, and a 2 MP depth sensor. Nokia says that the main camera is tuned for better operation in low-light conditions and has some additional enhancements by Zeiss, who is also certifying the lenses. As for selfies, the smartphone has a punch-hole 24 MP camera on the front. And audio recording is provided via a Ozo surround audio microphone array.

When it comes to wireless connectivity, the Nokia 8.3 5G smartphone supports Wi-Fi 5, Bluetooth 5.0, and NFC. Meanwhile, the handset has a headphone jack as well as a USB 2.0 Type-C connector for data connectivity and charging. As for security, the device carries a fingerprint reader on its side.

Nokia’s handsets are known for their fine industrial design, so the Nokia 8.3 5G is clearly not an exception. The device has a rounded back and comes in Polar Night color that was inspired by Aurora Borealis usually seen in Norther Finland. Meanwhile, the phone is rather thick at nearly 9 mm and heavy at 220 grams. Otherwise, it should be noted that HMD isn't listing the phone as offering any IP-grade water or dust resistance.

The Nokia 8.3 5G
  Nokia 8.3 5G
6/64
Nokia 8.3 5G
8/128
SoC Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G
1x Kryo 475 Prime (A76) @ 2.40 GHz
1x Kryo 475 Gold (A76) @ 2.20 GHz
6x Kryo 475 (A55) @ 1.80 GHz
GPU Adreno 620
DRAM 6 GB LPDDR4X 8 GB LPDDR4X
Storage 64 GB
microSD
128 GB
microSD
Display 6.81" IPS LCD PureDisplay
2400 × 1080 (20:9)
386 PPI
Size Height 171.90 mm
Width 78.56 mm
Depth 8.99 mm
Weight 220 grams
Battery Capacity 4500 mAh
Wireless Charging ? ?
Rear Cameras
Main 64 MP
f/1.7
PDAF
UltraWide 12 MP 1/2.4"
f/2.2 13mm
?° field of view
Macro 2 MP
Depth 2 MP
Flash Dual-LED
Front Camera 24 MP
f/2.0
I/O USB 2.0 Type-C
Fingerprint reader on the side
Google Assistant button
Wireless (local) Wi-Fi 5
Bluetooth 5.0
Cellular GSM, CDMA, HSPA, 4G/LTE (1200/150 Mbps), 5G (2.4/1.2 Gbps)
Splash, Water, Dust Resistance ? ?
Dual-SIM Single nano-SIM or Dual nano-SIM
Launch OS Android 10
Launch Price €599 €649

白色妖精泷泽萝拉HMD plans to make its Nokia 8.3 5G available this summer. The more affordable version with 6 GB of RAM and 64 GB of NAND will cost €599, whereas the more advanced model with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of NAND will be priced at €649.

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http://madadata.com/show/15644/hmd-debuts-first-nokia-5g-smartphone-the-nokia-83-5g-w-4module-camera Fri, 20 Mar 2020 18:15:00 EDT tag:madadata.com,15644:news
荔枝视频成人安卓,四虎在线,91段视频Best CPUs for Workstations: 2020 Q1 Dr. Ian Cutress

In our series of Best CPU guides, here’s the latest update to our recommended workstation CPUs list. All numbers in the text are updated to reflect pricing at the time of writing. Numbers in graphs reflect MSRP.

Best CPUs for Workstations 2020 Q1

白色妖精泷泽萝拉Sometimes choosing a CPU is hard. So we've got you covered. In our CPU Guides, we give you our pick of some of the best processors available, supplying data from our reviews. Our Best CPUs for Workstations guide mostly covers workstation processors available to consumers, although some server products cover both segments.

Workstation CPU Recommendations: 2020 Q1
(Prices are 28-Dec or MSRP)
Segment Processor
Most Cores Non-ECC: Threadripper 3990X
ECC: EPYC 7702P

The Smart Money Threadripper 3970X
HEDT Mid Range Threadripper 3960X
AVX Accelerated I'd Suggest Intel, But...
Memory Support EPYC 7302P (2 TB/skt)
Intel Cascade Lake (2 TB/skt?)
Intel Xeon + Optane (4.5 TB/skt)


$arm+$leg
HEDT On a Budget Threadripper 1920X $200

As we move into the holiday season and into 2020, there comes a time when the high-end desktop market slows down a bit and everyone can sit on some new hardware for a while, knowing that they have the best for their money. With the recent release of AMD’s Third Generation Threadripper processors and Intel’s Cascade Lake-X hardware, we are now in that quiet period and we can give some recommendations.

白色妖精泷泽萝拉It is worth noting that for some high-end desktop users, particularly professionals that can amortize the cost of the hardware over time due to their increased throughput, price and longevity might not be an issue. Also, businesses or even academic institutions may have preferred vendors for their pre-built systems, and as a result will experience a different cost structure than just simply buying a processor – they end up with a system that might have an extended parts and support warranty, or even with progressive automatic upgrades, and it will be up to the vendor to supply that. Hopefully this list can be useful to those vendors as well when it comes to building systems for their customers.

We Would Suggest Intel, But We Can’t Find Many

白色妖精泷泽萝拉So straight off the bat, there’s going to be an outcry that I’m not recommending any Intel CPUs in our main areas here. Intel recently launched its Cascade Lake-X Refresh platform in November with significantly lower prices than the previous generation, so why is this a problem? It comes in three stages.

Firstly, having the new hardware at the lower price means we’re not going to suggest anything from previous generations, as by comparison it has a much worse performance per dollar.

Secondly, Intel’s recent production demand has outstripped supply, so the company is focusing on manufacturing mostly its high performance hardware. That being said, Intel has previously made a commitment to still keeping the market with Core i9 and Core i7 hardware, so the fact that we can’t find any to buy at the major etailers in the US is quite a concern.

Thirdly, is that the major etailers in the US have even gone so far as to remove the product pages from their website completely, due to both the lack of stock and the lack of a commitment to obtaining new stock. This is despite Intel’s CEO Bob Swan even writing about maintaining production and supporting its customers this week in an open letter entitled ‘. Searching for the latest Cascade Lake-X Refresh CPUs on gives listings for only two of the four CPUs, with stock only at third parties, and on Newegg only shows up the , but out of stock. has listings for all CPUs, and claims to have stock for the bottom three, but not the top model – those it does have in stock are well above the tray pricing that Intel states.

A few weeks ago, while I was in the US, I managed to spend some time in brick and mortar stores. The difference in stock levels was quite obvious:

Best Buy had zero Intel CPU options on the left, despite having a few motherboards.

白色妖精泷泽萝拉A friend sent me photos from Central Computers in the Bay Area, which had a few more Intel CPUs, but you’ll notice that the HEDT options are only from the previous generation. Those prices aren’t too bad: $549 for the 10 core, $749 for the 14-core, right next to AMD’s 16-core for $719.

By contrast, AMD’s Ryzen CPUs seemed in plentiful supply – even the Threadrippers.

Intel has stated that through 2020 there will still be supply issues for its processors. Given that the HEDT market is a thin slice of the company’s total throughput, it means that this market might be low priority for production right now. Also, given that Intel has recently reduced the scope of its Cooper Lake Xeon platform白色妖精泷泽萝拉, at this point we don’t know what’s in store for Intel’s HEDT platform in the future. More on this below, but onto the recommendations.

Going for the Most Cores:

AMD Threadripper 3990X at
(or AMD EPYC 7702P at for ECC)

白色妖精泷泽萝拉Sometimes all you want are cores - either for masses of virtual machines, or highly parallel workloads, or something else. Both AMD and Intel try to keep their highest core count hardware for their enterprise lines, such as 64-core EPYCs and 28/56-core Xeons, which means that these also come at an additional cost for features such as multi-socket capabilities or RDIMM support and RAS features.

For more ‘consumer’ hardware, the highest core count on offer is 64 cores from AMD, with the Threadripper 3990X, currently available for $3900 from its MSRP of $3990. This chip gives 56 lanes of PCIe 4.0, with another 8 lanes for the chipset, and comes in at a base frequency of 2.9 GHz and turbo of 4.3 GHz.  We tested the Threadripper 3990X against $20k of Intel’s premium enterprise CPUs, and for workloads that were embarrassingly parallel, it came out ahead in performance, which means several miles ahead in performance per dollar.

白色妖精泷泽萝拉You can read our full review of the 3990X here:

The 64 Core Threadripper 3990X CPU Review
In The Midst Of Chaos, AMD Seeks Opportunity

白色妖精泷泽萝拉If there is a need for ECC, users can get 64 cores in this way if they want to go EPYC. The single socket 64-core EPYC 7702P is the right choice here, with an MSRP of $4425, or a recent retail price of $4784. For that price the hardware has a base frequency of 2.0 GHz and a turbo frequency of 3.35 GHz, and access to eight full memory channels. The Threadripper 3990X has higher frequencies due to its higher TDP (200W vs. 280W), but as far the 3990X only has four memory channels. It will be important to keep this in mind.

白色妖精泷泽萝拉Intel’s offerings go up to the 56-core Cascade Lake-AP processors, but these are only available as part of a default server system that Intel’s partners can sell on. Intel still refuses to attribute a price to this processor, although we’ve estimated it around $25000. The EPYC 7702P in this instance, being a socketed part that can be purchased off the shelf, gets our vote.

The Smart Money:

AMD Threadripper 3970X ()

One of the peak performers of the recent HEDT refreshes was the Threadripper 3970X. Offering 32 cores on a high-end desktop platform with a unified memory design at a price where Intel used to offer 10 cores not too long ago is an astonishing leap in cores per dollar, and when you factor in that the Threadripper has a higher IPC and an aggressive frequency makes it all the more impressive.

The main complaint with the previous generation 32-core 2nd gen Threadripper was the un-even memory distribution, and that is gone with the 3970X, allowing for a more unified design that does almost everything you want to do on a workstation really well.

3970X Widget

In our 3970X review, I used the word ‘bloodbath’, because any benchmark where the Core i9-10980XE wanted to do well, the 3970X came and won, sometimes by a large margin by having nearly double the cores. The only multi-threaded test that the 10980XE won was AVX512 related, and some people complained that I didn’t point at the 35+ gaming tests where the 10980XE also won by small (sub-3%) margins, but those people clearly don’t know what these processors are about. The 3970X is a fine processor for anyone who can lay down $2000 for the chip and another $100+ for cooling (then $500+ for memory, $500 for motherboard, etc).

 

Mid-Range Offering:

AMD Threadripper 3960X ()
(or Intel Core i9-10980XE, if you can find one)

For anyone wanting a more cost-effective high-end desktop system, then we can save some monies by looking at the mid-stack. This is where Intel is actually a bit more competitive: 18 cores in the i9-10980XE for an OEM price of $979 compared to the 24 core TR 3960X at $1399. Cost per core is obviously close, around $55/core for both, and both processors have plus points (although in our tests, the 24-core does pull ahead more often than not as is perhaps to be expected).

10980XE eCommerce Link

The only issue here with these two options is going to be availability. AMD’s high-end desktop products are selling like hot-cakes, whereas Intel’s new high-end desktop hardware seems to appear and disappear at online retailers at random. I suspect that most of these processors are ending up in the hands of system builders or OEMs (especially in Intel’s case), rather than going to retail. Even then, when found at retail, it will be questionable if they will be at the recommended retail pricing.

白色妖精泷泽萝拉One option here is to look at AMD’s Ryzen 9 3950X, although in the high-end desktop space this isn’t really suitable if you need lots of memory or lots of PCIe lanes. The Ryzen 9 3950X is also hard to find in certain regions.

There is an option of looking at older hardware. Finding a good deal on AMD’s 16-core 2nd generation Threadripper, the 2950X, is a good option, although given the performance of the 3rd generation hardware, I would perhaps avoid higher core counts unless it was really cheap. Intel is still selling the Skylake-X processors, and hopefully when this post goes live they will have half-price discounts applied, although that might not be a given.

白色妖精泷泽萝拉If you really want the best mid-tier hardware, for AMD I’d suggest a cheap 2950X or wait until a 3960X is available. For Intel, if you can find a half-price (~$979) Core i9-9980XE would do the trick.

AVX Accelerated:

I’d suggest Intel, But

I have added an AVX processor suggestion here for the simple fact that if a user is likely to encounter AVX acceleration, it’s going to be with software aimed at prosumers and high-end desktop users. Intel has been pushing its AVX512 support, even bringing it into its consumer laptop processors, in an effort to drive things like DLBoost to enhance AI throughput. One of the pain points I’ve had with Intel over the last couple of years is actually getting a list of AVX512 use cases: exact software examples where AVX512 is used. It often gets added for very specific things, like a certain filter in Photoshop, or a special edition of a benchmark, but ultimately those in the HPC space get the most from it. For those users, this suggestion is for you.


Our Core i9-10980XE review sample. It's a QS (Qualification Sample) chip, which is meant to be as near as retail as possible.

白色妖精泷泽萝拉The best high-end desktop off-the-shelf processor for AVX512 you can buy is the Core i9-10980XE, with 18-cores that all enable AVX512. If you need ECC, then the Xeon W-3275 is going to be your best bet, but it will cost a bit more and a special Xeon W motherboard is needed. If cost is no object, then moving into a dual socket system with Xeon Scalable processors might be preferable, although take note that this introduces a non-uniform memory access (NUMA) environment, which would inhibit bulk data transfer if the software is not NUMA-aware. To be on the safe side usually a single socket is preferred. The downside to going Intel here is finding a CPU for sale.

Memory Support:

AMD EPYC up to 2 TB per socket,
Intel Xeon with Optane DCPMM up to 4.5 TB per socket,
or Intel Core i9-10900X (or any Core i9-109xx series)

Some users are in it just for the memory support, either due to multiple VMs or high-memory use-case requirements. For these, sometimes the memory capacity is more important than the compute performance, as the software requires workspace in the terabytes – in this case doubling up to 128 GB of DRAM or more is always more beneficial than adding compute, as it reduces the pressure on moving data back and forth between DRAM and storage. Normally it is in this instance too that RDIMMs with ECC are recommended, just because as the memory capacity gets larger, the chance of an errant bit flip does scale with memory capacity. The price of the memory in this product category normally outweighs the CPU cost by an order of magnitude as well.


128 GB LRDIMM, original retail $4000+ (now $1200-ish)

In this instance, one choice is an EPYC, something like the will easily support 2 TB of LRDIMMs (mind you, if you’re buying *that* much memory, then going for the isn’t that much of a leap) out of the box.

The only way to get more memory than this with an x86 processor would be to look to Intel Xeon Scalable processors equipped with Optane DC Persistent Memory, allowing up to 4.5 TB per socket. In order to get that amount, you have to invest in one of the M processors, which adds another $7k to the cost of the chip. The other factor here is that Optane DCPMM isn’t freely for sale through usual channels: it typically comes as part of an OEM system build, and as a result the user will end up with a support contact for a specific OEM. For bigger businesses and research communities, that should be suitable – check with your preferred OEM with what they have to offer.

白色妖精泷泽萝拉I also want to put in a word here for Intel’s latest Cascade Lake-X processors. Normally, with four channels / eight memory slots and 32 GB of DRAM per slot, this would max out at 256 GB. But interestingly enough, when paired with an ASRock X299 motherboard (either the X299X Taichi, the X299 Steel Legend, or the X299 Creator), these motherboards can now support 128 GB RDIMMs, allowing for 1 TB of DRAM per single socket.

At this time ASRock is looking into also enabling LRDIMM support. This is a relatively new development, posted by one of ASRock’s engineers to his personal social media accounts, but the BIOSes required are now public, and for users invested in the Intel ecosystem this is well worth a look. 

Cores for Cash:

AMD Threadripper 2950X ($400 on sale)

白色妖精泷泽萝拉For anyone wanting the most cores for the least amount of $$$, then our pick has to go to the 16-core Threadripper 2950X or 1950X when these are on sale. With the launch of the new 3000 series Threadripper processors, the previous parts are often found at low prices with some retailers looking to empty their stock of them. We’ve seen 2950X processors as low as £330/$400 even on Amazon (currently $585), and 1950X for $250.

2950X eCommerce Link

Having six channel memory and 64 PCIe lanes for prosumer workflows is great – as we noted in our reviews these processors cover most, but not all, the high-end desktop bases, so it is worth researching what works best for the intended software. But compared to several years old hardware, this is very much a worthy upgrade for a lot of people. The 2950X also performs better on a number of workloads compared to the 2970WX/2990WX, and can be found for a lot cheaper, making it a worthwhile purchase.

HEDT on a Budget:

AMD Threadripper 1920X

If you want a HEDT system on a budget, the question to ask is if it has to be new or used. In a lot of professional circumstances, new is still preferred, and the processor to get on the ladder here is AMD’s Threadripper 1920X. The 8-core processor offers high capacity memory support, lots of PCIe lanes, and the low-end motherboards for Threadripper are now entering that low-to-mid range pricing. In a sale, the 1920X can be found for under $200 (users with more money might look for a cheap 1950X instead), which seems like a crazy low price for a high-end desktop processor.

1920 eCommerce Link

On The Horizon: Not A Lot

白色妖精泷泽萝拉We’re at a time where the high-end desktop market is relatively stable. Both AMD and Intel have recently had big launches of the latest generation hardware, and we’re at least 2-3 quarters away from even speaking about the next generation parts, if not longer, and another 2 quarters away from launch. Any system purchased today will be set to last for a long time, and as a result, there isn’t much to look forward to for most of 2020.

For Intel, the situation is not clear in the slighted. We don’t know what Intel plans to launch in this space, or when. The company recently reduced the scope of its Cooper Lake Xeon platform白色妖精泷泽萝拉 to select customers only, which also puts a stop to any HEDT product. This means that the next generation Xeon coming to market should be Ice Lake on the company’s 10nm process. With an expected launch date of late 2020 for this, there are lots of concerned thoughts as to how many will actually be available – will Ice Lake Xeon be in general availability, what will the performance be like, and then for the HEDT market, when will it filter down? These are all questions I wonder if Intel can even hint at right now – for that manufacturing process, the key would be trying to manufacture the most cost effective parts that it can, and HEDT doesn’t hold a candle to the premium Xeon components. At this point in time, Intel’s HEDT future in 2020 looks dire, and we have no idea about 2021 or 10nm.

白色妖精泷泽萝拉The highlight on this perspective is AMD’s Threadripper 3990X. The company launched a 64 core version of its Zen 2 high-end desktop family, which is one of the 64-core EPYC processors but with half the memory, half the PCIe, and a higher 280W TDP to drive the frequency higher. Demand for such a processor is hard to estimate: either everyone living on the best HEDT parts will jump at it, or only a select few who need it will go for it. It will be one to watch. But what comes after the 3990X? We're expecting Zen 3 products to start coming by the end of 2020, and although AMD has committed to both EPYC and Ryzen parts being available by the end of the year, we expect the HEDT market to be at the back end of that product rush, so we're looking into the middle of 2021 for a Threadripper refresh. 

白色妖精泷泽萝拉It seems then that any HEDT system purchased today isn't going to be obsolete for a long while yet.

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波波app,苦瓜视频官网网址,adcapp下载TerraMaster D5 Thunderbolt 3: A ‘Mega DAS’ with 5 Bays for 80 TB Anton Shilov

TerraMaster this week introduced its first DAS featuring a Thunderbolt 3 interface. The D5 Thunderbolt 3 DAS with five bays is aimed at professionals who need a vast storage space attached directly to their PC. Using currently available hard drives, the D5 can store 80 TB of data, with peak sequential read speeds up to 1035 MB/s.

As the name suggests, the can accommodate five 2.5-inch/3.5-inch hard drives or solid-state drives that can work in JBOD, RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5, and RAID 10 modes to provide various levels of performance and data protection capabilities. The DAS fully supports all RAID features one expects from a professional-grade storage device (see the table below) that has to ensure maximum reliability, predictable read/write speeds, and automatic RAID rebuild if needed.

Speaking performance, TerraMaster rates its D5 Thunderbolt 3 at up to 1035 MB/s read speed as well as up to 850 MB/s write speed. Such performance levels were measured by the manufacturer using a 5-disk SATA SSD array in RAID 0 mode. To ensure consistent performance and reliability, the DAS has two 80-mm fans.

As far as connectivity is concerned, the TerraMaster D5 Thunderbolt 3 DAS has two Thunderbolt 3 ports to daisy chain it with other TB3 devices as well as a DisplayPort 1.2 output.

Just like many other DAS, the D5 Thunderbolt 3 has a handle as many professionals need a lot of storage space while working outside of their home or office. The box itself weighs 2.3 kilograms, but when fully populated with high-capacity HDDs it will be considerably heavier.

白色妖精泷泽萝拉TerraMaster D5 Thunderbolt 3 DAS will be available shortly. Pricing is unknown.

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91国产视频在线观看下载,表妹直播二维码,菠萝蜜视频如何下载Embedded 1.8-inch Zen PC: DFI Unveils Credit Card-Sized AMD Ryzen Board Anton Shilov

DFI has announced what they consider the world’s smallest single-board computer (SBC) that uses on AMD’s Ryzen Embedded processor. The highly-integrated credit card-sized GHF51 motherboard can be used for a variety of applications that have to be small, yet offer capabilities as well as performance of a modern PC.

The 1.8-inch platform carries AMD’s dual-core Ryzen Embedded R1000-series SoC with AMD Radeon Vega GPU featuring three compute units (192 stream processors) with hardware H.264, H.265, and VP9 decoding. The SoC can be paired with 2/4/8 GB of single-channel DDR4-3200 memory as well as 16/32/64 GB of eMMC storage. The SBC features one Mini PCIe slot for an add-in card, an 8-pin DIO header, two micro HDMI 1.4 outputs (4Kp30), one USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C port, a GbE connector (controlled by the Intel I211AT or the I210IT chip), and an fTPM 2.0 chip.

At present, DFI lists two AMD Ryzen-powered SBCs: the GHF51-BN-43R16 with the Ryzen Embedded R1606G APU (2.60 GHz – 3.50 GHz, 12 W) as well as the GHF51-BN-43R15 with the Ryzen Embedded R1505G APU (2.40 GHz – 3.30 GHz, 12 W). Both boards carry 4 GB of DDR4-3200 memory, 32 GB of eMMC storage, two micro HDMI outputs, a GbE port, and one USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C port. Eventually, the company plans to add motherboards powered by the lower-power Ryzen Embedded R1102G (1.20 GHz – 2.60 GHz, 6 W) or Ryzen Embedded R1305G (1.50 GHz – 2.80 GHz, 8/10 W) SoCs into the lineup in a bid to address applications that have to be less power hungry.

DFI’s GHF51 SBC is an example when AMD’s Ryzen Embedded enters the small form factor embedded market. The 1.8-inch SBCs can power various small form-factor or IoT applications that can take advantage of high-performance Zen cores, but theoretically they can also be used inside devices that currently use Raspberry Pi or similar. Obviously, a Ryzen Embedded SBC will probably cost more than a Raspberry Pi, but it will also provide higher performance, which opens doors to new use cases.

DFI has not announced pricing of its AMD Ryzen Embedded-based SBCs or their availability dates. In fact, the GHF51 product page currently mentions ‘Preliminary’ status of the boards.

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小仙女直播app黄,雪梨视频app,月亮app最新版Logitech’s Combo Touch Keyboards, with Trackpad, for the 10.5-Inch iPad, Air and Pro Anton Shilov

With Apple’s iPadOS 13.4 bringing trackpad support to the operating system, it was just a matter of time before third-party accessory manufacturers created new keyboards with a touchpad. Logitech with its Combo Touch keyboard cases turned out to be the first.

folios are full-sized keyboards designed for iPads, so they have all the iPadOS shortcut keys, a touchpad that supports all the gestures the operating system does (including swipe, scroll, switch apps, pinch, double-tap, and more), and has a kickstand supporting various angles. The keyboards use 18 mm keys featuring a scissor mechanism with a 1 mm travel distance and backlighting, so from this standpoint the Combo Touch behave exactly like Apple’s latest Magic Keyboards. Logitech’s keyboard cases can work with the company’s Control app that can adjust lighting as well as make firmware updates.

The biggest selling feature of the Logitech Combo Touch keyboard cases is their compatibility with 10.5-inch Apple’s tablets that have a Smart Connector. This includes the 7th Generation iPad, the 3rd Generation iPad Air, and iPad Pro 10.5-Inch. By contrast, Apple has so far only released its Magic Keyboard for its iPad Pro 11-inch as well as iPad Pro 12.9-inch.

Logitech's Combo Touch Keyboard Cases for 10.5-Inch iPads
Model Compatibility Color Features Weight
920-009602 iPad 7th Generation Graphite 18-mm key pitch
1-mm travel time
610 grams
920-009606 iPad Air 3rd Gen
iPad Pro 10.5-Inch

The Logitech Combo Touch products are set to be available this May for $149.99 (which is two times lower than the price of Apple’s own Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro 11-inch that is set to cost $299.99, and $200 cheaper than the MSRP of the Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro 12.9-inch).

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小棉袄破解版,抖阴app免费版下载,花椒直播间Quick Note: AMD Shows Off Raytracing on RDNA2 Ryan Smith

白色妖精泷泽萝拉With today’s announcement from Microsoft of DirectX 12 Ultimate, both NVIDIA and AMD are also chiming in to reiterate their support for the new feature set, and to note their involvement in the process. For AMD, DirectX 12 Ultimate goes hand-in-hand with their forthcoming RDNA2 architecture, which will be at the heart of the Xbox Series X console, and will be AMD’s first architecture to support DirectX 12 Ultimate’s new features, such as ray tracing and variable rate shading.

白色妖精泷泽萝拉To that end, as part of Microsoft’s overall DirectX Developer Day presentation, AMD is showing off raytracing running on an RDNA2 for the first time in public. Running an AMD-built demo they call “Futuristic City”, the demo incorporates DXR 1.0 and 1.1 features, to produce what can only be described as a very shiny demo.

It should be noted that this demo was a recording – as all of the Microsoft dev day presentations were – though there is little reason to doubt its authenticity. AMD also showed off an RT recording a couple of weeks back for Financial Analyst day, and presumably this is the same trailer.

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青青草也在线视频,老王看看,水果视频iosMicrosoft Unveils DirectX 12 Ultimate: The GPU Feature Set For the Next Generation of Games Ryan Smith

While the 2020 Game Developers Conference has been postponed, that thankfully doesn’t mean everything gaming-related for this spring has been postponed as well. As the saying goes, the show must go on, and this week we’ve seen Microsoft, Sony, and others go ahead and make some big announcements about their gaming consoles and other projects. Not to be left out of the fray, there is PC-related news coming out of the show as well.

Leading the PC pack this week is Microsoft (again), with the announcement of DirectX 12 Ultimate. Designed as a new, standardized DirectX 12 feature set that encapsulates the latest in GPU technology, DirectX 12 Ultimate is intended to serve as a common baseline for both PC game development and Xbox Series X development. This includes not only wrapping up features like ray tracing and variable rate shading into a single package, but then branding that package so that developers and the public at large can more easily infer whether games are using these cutting-edge features, and whether their hardware supports it. And, of course, this allows Microsoft to maximize the synergy between PC gaming and their forthcoming console, giving developers a single feature set to base their projects around while promoting the fact that the latest Xbox will support the very latest GPU features.

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美艳福利视频,豆奶视频app官网下载,四虎软件在线下载SanDisk Launches Max Endurance microSD Cards: 3 to 15 Years Warranty Anton Shilov

In a world where NAND storage density, capacity, and low cost matter the most, key metrics that take a back seat include endurance and retention rates. For users who want high endurace and retention rates, who want to ensure that their memory cards last for a long time, Western Digital’s SanDisk has recently launched its Max Endurance microSD cards that promise increased endurance, reliability, and are covered with a massive warranty.

The lineup of microSD cards includes models featuring a 32 GB, 64 GB, 128 GB, and 256 GB capacity. Western Digital does not indicate which type of 3D NAND memory it uses for these cards or their terabytes-to-be-written (TBW), but it is reasonable to think that these products have some additional NAND flash for overprovisioning and, perhaps, extra controller capabilities.

白色妖精泷泽萝拉Sandisk now has the following warranties on its microSD cards:

  • Max Endurance: 3 to 15 year
  • High Endurance: 2 year
  • Regular microSD: limited lifetime with

To maximize longevity of the SanDisk Max Endurance devices, they are waterproof, shockproof, X-ray-proof, and can work an extreme temperature range between -25°C and 85°C (-13°F to 185°F).

白色妖精泷泽萝拉As far as performance is concerned, the SanDisk Max Endurance cards use the UHS-I bus and are rated for up to 100 MB/s reads as well as 40 MB/s writes. The cards in the lineup support the Video Speed Class 30 spec, therefore offering at least 30 MB/s sequential write speeds. Also, the products carry the Class 10 and UHS Speed Class 3 logos.

Sandisk Endurance microSD Cards
  256 GB
SDSQQVR-256G-AN6IA
128 GB
SDSQQVR-128G-AN6IA
64 GB
SDSQQVR-064G-AN6IA
32 GB
SDSQQVR-032G-AN6IA
Warranty 15 Years 10 Years 5 Years 3 Years
Sequential Read Speed 100 MB/s
Sequential Write Speed 40 MB/s
Minimum Sequential Write Speed 30 MB/s
Minimal Random Read IOPS ? IOPS
Minimal Random Write IOPS ? IOPS
Operating Temperatures -25° to 85° C
(-13°F to 185°F)
Interface UHS-I
Availability Q1 2020
SDA Labels Class 10, Video Class 30, Speed Class U3
Launch Price $84.99 $42.99 $21.99 $12.99

白色妖精泷泽萝拉The SanDisk Max Endurance cards are now available directly from Western Digital. The 32 GB model with a three-year warranty costs $12.99, whereas the most advanced 256 GB device with a 15-year warranty is priced at $84.99.

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66影视网,含羞草最新版本,小姐姐app下载网页链接Apple Doubles Storage Capacity of Mac Mini Desktops Anton Shilov

In addition to launching its new MacBook Air and iPad Pro, Apple on Wednesday refreshed its Mac Mini lineup of ultra-compact desktops. This time around, the company doubled storage capacity on systems featuring standard configurations, so the cheapest Mac mini now features a 256 GB SSD.

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adc影院手机在线,菠萝蜜视频成年,花间直播官方下载网站The Ultimate Tool for a WFH Lockdown : A 200,000 mAh Battery for 108hrs of Switch Gaming Anton Shilov

白色妖精泷泽萝拉Suoaki, a Japanese company, has released a semi-portable battery pack rated at 200,000 mAh or 720 Wh. With this battery, it should be capable of charging a laptop for 11 times or a Nintendo Switch for 36 times. This kind of battery pack could be needed for those who need to travel a long distance on car, work somewhere away from the power grid, somewhere with an intermittent power supply, or just ensure that there is some extra power at home or in a remote cottage where one might want to spend the coronavirus quarantine.

The Suoaki S670 is rated at 720 Wh (200,000 mAh), which is why it is a complete overkill. You can't travel on a plane with it, because the legal limit for a battery on an aircraft is 100 Wh, but for those who need charging when travelling by car, or working from an isolated location, this is meant to be a tool to use. To put the 720 Wh capacity into perspective, this is enough to charge a modern laptop for 11 – 13 times, or an iPad Pro for 15 times, or a Nintendo Switch for 36 times. As an added bonus, the battery has two LEDs (sorry, no RGB).

The Suoaki S670 device has four AC outlets, two DC power connectors, two USB 5V/3A Type-A connectors, two USB QC 3.0-compatible ports, one USB 15V/3A Type-C connector that supports a 45 W Power Delivery, and one cigar socket (13V/10A). The battery pack can output up to 500 W of power to multiple devices at once. As for charging, the S670 can use a car charging socket (which takes seven to eight hours) or an AC adapter (which takes five to six hours). As for dimensions and weight, the unit measures 170mm×350mm×235mm and weighs 7.85 kilograms.


Number of charges, according to the manufacturer.

The high-capacity battery pack integrates multiple batteries, it has a microcontroller unit (MCU) and a battery management system (BMS) to support overcharge, overload, overheat/uderheat, overvoltage, and short circuit protection.

白色妖精泷泽萝拉The Suoaki S670 720 Wh battery pack is available now in Japan. The unit is available for .

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蝌蚪窝视频,魔王の家,变态食色APPOn The Wings of an Eagle: GIGABYTE's X570 I Aorus Pro WIFI Motherboard Tested Gavin Bonshor The mini-ITX form factor is an interesting one as it allows users to create a small form factor system with the ability to integrate some of the top-performing hardware from the desktop segment. Usually small form factor comes with a premium, but the GIGABYTE X570 I Aorus Pro WIFI looks to change that with a modest price of just $220, which is an aggressive price against the competition in the X570 market. With features including an Intel AX200 Wi-Fi 6 wireless interface, support for DDR4-4400 memory, and two HDMI 2.0 video outputs, this X570 motherboard looks to have the mid-range market in its sights.

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呦女破处直播,捷克论坛,蘑菇视频成人APPApple Reveals MacBook Air 2020: 10th Gen Intel Quad-Core and Scissor Keyboard, Starting At $999 Anton Shilov

白色妖精泷泽萝拉Apple has unveiled its new generation MacBook Air lineup that features a number of long-awaited upgrades, including Intel’s newest processors with up to four cores as well as Iris Plus graphics, a keyboard with scissor mechanism, more memory, as well as more storage space.

Apple’s early-2020 MacBook Air laptops come in silver, space gray, as well as gold aluminum chassis that are slightly thicker and slightly heavier when compared to enclosures used for the 2018 and 2019 machines. We are still dealing with systems that are up to 1.61 cm thick and weigh no more than 1.3 kilograms, so they are still more portable than MBAs from, say, 2017.

But the slightly different dimensions and weight also brings a big performance gain, as the new MacBook Air notebooks are based on Intel’s new 10th Generation Core processors, with up to four cores as well as Iris Plus Graphics, a significant upgrade when compared to low-voltage 8th Gen dual-core Core i5 CPUs with UHD Graphics 617 used for previous-gen MBAs.

Apple doesn't specifically mention which variants of Intel's 10th gen processors it uses, but given that they describe the graphics being Iris Plus, these parts must be based on the 10nm Ice Lake lineup, as the Comet Lake products don't feature such a GPU.

The new processors are paired with 8 GB or 16 GB of LPDDR4X-3733 memory, providing substantial performance impovements and energy savings. Meanwhile, the new systems can be equipped with a 256 GB, 512 GB, 1 TB or 2 TB PCIe SSD.

While Apple completely redesigned the guts of the new MacBook Air notebooks, it did not touch their display. The new laptops still feature a 13.3-inch IPS LCD of a 2560x1600 resolution and a 227 PPI pixel density that supports True Tone technology which automatically changes white balance depending on the surrounding environment and illumination.

白色妖精泷泽萝拉Connectivity wise, the new 2020 MacBook Air are generally similar to their predecessors: they have two Thunderbolt 3 ports, a Wi-Fi 5 + Bluetooth 5 controller (a minor upgrade), Touch ID fingerprint reader powered by the Apple T2 chip, and a headset jack.

As many people have complained about Apple’s keyboards with butterfly switches, the company is now moving on back to good-old scissor switches that promise to be more reliable. To that end, the new MacBook Airs feature the company’s latest ‘scissor’ Magic Keyboard as well as the signature oversized trackpad with Force Touch.

The new MBAs are equipped with the same 49.9-Wh battery as previous-generation Airs, but now Apple rates them for a slightly lower 11 ~ 12 hours of battery life.

MacBook Air Specifications
Model 2020 (General) 2019 (Base) 2018 (Base) 2017 (Base)
Dimensions Width 30.4 cm  32.5 cm
Depth 21.2 cm 22.7 cm
Height 0.41 - 1.61 cm 0.41 - 1.56 cm 0.30 - 1.7 cm
Weight 2.8 lbs (1.29 kg) 2.75 lbs (1.25 kg) 2.96 lbs (1.35 kg)
CPU Core i3-1000NG4
2C/4T
1.10 - 3.20 GHz

Core i5-1030NG7
4C/8T
1.10 - 3.50 GHz

Core i7-1060NG7
4C/8T
1.20 - 3.80 GHz
1.6 GHz (3.60 GHz Turbo)
Core i5
2 CPU Cores
1.8GHz (2.90GHz Turbo)
Core i5-5350U
2 CPU Cores
GPU Intel Iris Plus Intel UHD Graphics 617 Intel HD Graphics 6000
Display 13.3-inch 2560x1600 IPS LCD
DCI-P3 with True Tone
13.3-inch 2560x1600 IPS LCD
DCI-P3
13.3-inch 1440x900 TN LCD
Memory 8 - 16 GB LPDDR4X-3733 8 GB LPDDR3-2133 8 GB LPDDR3-1600
SSD 256 GB - 2 TB 128 GB PCIe 128 GB PCIe
I/O 2x USB 3.1 Type-C
w/Thunderbolt 3
3.5mm Audio
Touch ID
2x USB 3.0 Type-A
1x Thunderbolt 2
SDXC Card Reader
3.5mm Audio
Battery Capacity 49.9 Wh 50.3 Wh 54 Wh
Battery Life 11 - 12 Hours 12 Hours 12 Hours
Price $999 $1099 $1199 $999

白色妖精泷泽萝拉When Apple introduced its 2018 MacBook Air notebooks, it increased their entry-level price to $1,199 (up from $999), which was not exactly a customer-friendly move. Last year the company dropped the price of its cheapest MBA model to $1,099, and this year it is finally back where it was several yeas ago, with the new MacBook Airs starting at only $999. Meanwhile, a quad-core Intel Core i5-based MacBook Air with 8 GB of LPDDR4X and 512 GB of storage is priced at $1,299.

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茄子视频app污片,91国产自拍,小优视频安卓版Microsoft Now Offers Azure NVv4 Virtual Machines with AMD EPYC & Radeon Instinct Anton Shilov

AMD’s 2nd Generation EPYC processors have gained a strong recognition among cloud computing companies, and today numerous instances are powered by AMD’s latest server CPUs. By contrast, however, the company has not been particularly successful with its datacenter GPUs, so instances powered by EPYC CPUs and白色妖精泷泽萝拉 Radeon Instinct accelerators are rare. Things are getting better for AMD, though, and this week Microsoft Azure began to offer virtual machines that offer both AMD’s CPUs and GPUs.

An all-AMD affair, Microsoft's new offer 32 cores from AMD 2nd gen EPYC processors paired with AMD's Radeon Instinct MI25 GPU. EPYC at this point is a known quantity as the latest and greatest CPU architecture from AMD, living up to the expectations that come from it. Pairing it with the Radeon Instinct MI25, however, is an unusual choice. The MI25 is from AMD's first generation of Instinct accelerators, and uses the company's 14nm Vega 10 GPU. This is in contrast to the newer MI50/MI60 accelerators, which are based on the newer 7nm Vega GPU, and incorporate some new server-specific features. So the NVv4 instance's GPU offering is admittedly less than AMD's best showing from a performance and power efficiency standpoint.

The virtual machines are meant to run virtual desktops and to be used for a variety of desktop and workstation workloads that take advantage of multi-core CPUs as well as high-performance GPUs. Depending on requirements, the systems offer four resource-balanced configurations, from 1/8th白色妖精泷泽萝拉 GPU and four CPU cores, to a full GPU with 32 CPU cores. Microsoft notes that for security reasons one VM can only access the GPU resources assigned to them and the secure hardware partitioning blocks unapproved access by other VMs.

These new instances will be available in South Central US, East US, and West Europe regions starting April 1. Microsoft intends to offer more AMD-powered NVv4 VMs in other regions on the coming months.

In addition to the NVv4 VMs, Microsoft Azure offers Dav4, Eav4, HBv2, and Lsv2 instances based on AMD’s EPYC processors.

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http://madadata.com/show/15632/microsoft-now-offers-azure-nvv4-virtual-machines-with-amd-epyc-radeon-instinct Wed, 18 Mar 2020 14:15:00 EDT tag:madadata.com,15632:news
色吧导航,水波秀直播平台下载,嘿嘿连载app下载Apple Unveils New iPad Pro: A12Z Bionic, Camera w/ Depth Sensor for AR, Keyboard w/ Trackpad Anton Shilov

Apple’s iPad Pro has always been about bringing tablets closer to laptops, in a bid to cater professional users and satisfy their requirements. Today, Apple announced its 4th白色妖精泷泽萝拉 Generation iPad Pro, that on one hand further blurs the gaps between tablets and notebooks, but on the other hand uses the key advantage of the former over the latter — portability — to enable new use cases. Among the highlights of the 2020 iPad Pro are its improved camera with a depth sensor (which Apple for describes as a LiDAR module, more on that later), trackpad support (which requires a new keyboard), and faster connectivity.

The new Apple iPad Pro 2020 resemble the company’s previous-generation professional tablets introduced 1.5 years ago: the latest iPad Pros feature the same design with relatively thin bezels, coming in Space Gray or Silver aluminum chassis, and featuring 11-inch (2388×1668) or a 12.9-inch (2732×2048) Retina display with a smooth 120 Hz refresh rate, 600 nits brightness. Since the new tablets use exactly the same chassis as their predecessors, they have the same dimensions, however their weight has increased due to the new internals — 473 grams (1.04 pounds) for the 11-inch Wi-Fi+4G model, and 643 grams (1.41 lbs) for the 12.9-inch Wi-Fi+4G model.

Speaking of architecture, it is necessary to note that the new 4th白色妖精泷泽萝拉 Generation Apple iPad Pro tablets are based on the A12Z Bionic application processor, a revamped version of the A12X Bionic system-on-chip that powers previous-generation iPad Pros. The new SoC received an eight-cluster GPU (vs. a seven-cluster GPU in case of the A12X), tuned performance controllers, and an enhanced thermal architecture, which might mean higher clocks for eight general-purpose CPU cores. We don't have any more specific information on the A12Z, with the most important question whether this is actually a new design, or just a re-binned variant of the A12X.

With improved CPU and GPU performance, the 2020 Apple iPad Pro gets closer to advanced notebooks as horsepower provided by the A12Z promises to be similar to that of mainstream x86 CPUs.

白色妖精泷泽萝拉In addition to the new SoC, one of key improvements of the new iPad Pro tablets is their new main camera that now features a 12 MP wide camera module, a 10 MP ultrawide camera module, a LED flash, and a 3D depth sensor that can measure the distance to surrounding objects up to 5 meters away both indoors and outdoors.

Apple calls the new module a LiDAR scanner, however we don't know if this actually is an actual LiDAR - the technical definition of a LiDAR is a module that uses an illuminator (Most of the time, a laser, hence the name) and a scanning beam. If Apple has been able to actually include such technology, that would quite a novelty and first in the industry. It's however also possible that Apple is doing a marketing experiment here and the technology behind the sensor would simply be similar to the time-of-flight (ToF) sensors that we've seen from other vendors out in the market for the last year.

A depth sensor can be used to make photos with Bokeh effect, or for various augmented reality (AR) applications, which enhances use cases for Apple’s professional tablets.

白色妖精泷泽萝拉On the connectivity side of matters, the new iPad Pros feature a USB Type-C connector, a Wi-Fi 6 chip that supports transfer speeds up to 1.2 Gbps, Bluetooth 5.0, and an optional 4G/LTE modem that now supports up to 30 bands. Apple does not disclose which modem it uses, but it looks like it is going to offer some improvements when compared to the modem used for previous-generation professional tablets from the company.

The fourth key enhancement that the new iPad Pro tablets have over predecessors is not a hardware advance, but rather an iPadOS 13.4 improvement. The new version of the operating system now supports keyboards with trackpads. Apple says that the cursor on iPadOS does not mimic its behavior on macOS, but is optimized for iPad’s realities. Meanwhile, multi-touch gestures are fully supported. The manufacturer says that the addition of a trackpad — which again brings the tablet closer to laptops — is meant to improve performance in applications that require typing, as now users will not have to take their hands off the keyboard to interact with UI. Apple claims that the trackpad works smoothly with existing applications for iPadOS, but developers can further adjust their products to take advantage of multi-touch gestures and other perks that trackpads provide.

The first keyboard for iPad Pro to feature a trackpad is Apple’s own Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro. The unit features backlit keys with a scissor mechanism and a 1 mm travel distance. The keyboard attaches to the tablet magnetically and can be adjusted to a comfortable viewing angle when typing. The device even has charging capabilities with USB-C port to enable a passthrough charging, which allows to connect an external display or a storage device to tablet’s own USB-C interface. In addition to the latest iPad Pros, the new Magic Keyboards for 11-inch and 12.9-inch tablets are fully compatible with previous-generation iPad Pro 11 and iPad Pro 12.9 devices.

Other highlights of the new 2020 iPad Pro tablets include Face ID (enabled by a 7MP TrueDepth camera), compatibility with Apple Pencil, four speakers, five microphones, a three-axis gyro, an accelerometer, an ambient light sensor, and a barometer.

Apple iPad Pro Comparison

  iPad Pro 11"
(2020)
iPad Pro 12.9"
(2020)
iPad Pro 11"
(2018)
iPad Pro 12.9"
(2018)
SoC Apple A12Z
4x Apple Vortex
4x Apple Tempest

8-cluster GPU
Apple A12X
4x Apple Vortex
4x Apple Tempest

8-cluster A12 GPU
Display 11-inch
2388x1668
IPS LCD
DCI-P3, 120Hz
12.9-inch 2732x2048
IPS LCD
DCI-P3, 120Hz
11-inch
2388x1668
IPS LCD
DCI-P3, 120Hz
12.9-inch
2732x2048
IPS LCD
DCI-P3, 120Hz
Dimensions 247.6 x 178.5 x 5.9 mm
471 / 473 grams (WiFi / LTE)
280 x 214.9 x 5.9 mm
641 / 643 grams (WiFi / LTE)
247.6 x 178.5 x 5.9 mm
468 / 468 grams (WiFi / LTE)
280 x 214.9 x 5.9 mm
631 / 633 grams (WiFi / LTE)
RAM ? ? ? ?
NAND 128 GB / 256 GB / 512 GB / 1 TB 64 GB / 256 GB / 512 GB / 1 TB
Battery ? Wh ? Wh 29.37 Wh 36.71 Wh
Front Camera 7MP, f/2.2, Auto HDR, Wide Color Gamut, Retina Flash 7MP, f/2.2, Smart HDR, Wide Color Gamut, Retina Flash
Rear Camera 12MP,  f/1.8, PDAF, wide-angle

10MP, ƒ/2.4 aperture,  ultra-wide-angle 125° FOV

Depth sensor (LiDAR)
Smart HDR
Wide Color Gamut
True Tone Quad-LED flash
12MP,  f/1.8, PDAF,




Smart HDR
Wide Color Gamut
True Tone Quad-LED flash
Cellular 2G / 3G / 4G LTE (30 bands) 2G / 3G / 4G LTE (29 bands)
SIM Size NanoSIM NanoSIM
Wireless Wi-Fi 6 2x2 MIMO,
Bluetooth 5,
GPS/GLONASS
Wi-Fi 5 2x2 MIMO,
Bluetooth 5,
GPS/GLONASS
Connectivity USB-C
Apple Smart Connector
Launch OS iOS 13.4 iOS 12.1
Launch Price Wi-Fi:
$799 (128GB)
$899 (256GB)
$1099 (512GB)
$1299 (1TB)

Wi-Fi + LTE:
$949 (128GB)
$1049(256GB)
$1249 (512GB)
$1449 (1TB)
Wi-Fi:
$999 (128GB)
$1099 (256GB)
$1299 (512GB)
$1499 (1TB)

Wi-Fi + LTE:
$1149 (128GB)
$1249 (256GB)
$1449 (512GB)
$1649 (1TB)
Wi-Fi:
$799 (64GB)
$949 (256GB)
$1149 (512GB)
$1549 (1TB)

Wi-Fi + LTE:
$949 (64GB)
$1099 (256GB)
$1299 (512GB)
$1699 (1TB)
Wi-Fi:
$999 (64GB)
$1149 (256GB)
$1349 (512GB)
$1749 (1TB)

Wi-Fi + LTE:
$1149 (64GB)
$1299 (256GB)
$1499 (512GB)
$1899 (1TB)

Now, time to talk about pricing of the new iPad Pro. Entry level Wi-Fi-only and Wi-Fi+LTE models now feature 128 GB of NAND flash storage, yet carry the same price tags as their predecessors: the cheapest iPad Pro 11-inch comes in at $799, whereas the cheapest iPad Pro 12.9-inch is $999. More advanced SKUs with 256 GB, 512 GB, or 1 TB of storage actually became more affordable than their direct predecessors, as some got $50 cheaper, whereas others lost a rather whopping $250, which will please users with significant storage requirements. The new units are available for pre-order at Apple.com and Apple Store app today with retail availability starting next week.

白色妖精泷泽萝拉As far as the price of the Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro is concerned, the unit is going to cost $299 for the 11-inch model, $349 for the 12.9-inch model, and will start shipping this May. The addition of this keyboard to a decently configured iPad Pro naturally makes the whole package cost like an entry-level laptop, which, again, blends the difference between the iPad Pro and the MacBook Air.

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91xoxo视频在线观看,雪梨pear下载二维码,套图城Help Fight COVID-19 and Tom's Hardware: Join The Great Folding@Home Coronavirus Race Ryan Smith Stuck at home for the foreseeable future, we here at AnandTech are doing the only thing that we can do: getting into trouble and picking fights. And we want your help! Please read on to learn about our “friendly” race with Tom’s Hardware, as we work towards using the power of distributing computing to help combat COVID-19.

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唐门导航,孤独狼视频,91直播链接Samsung Begins Mass Production of 512 GB eUFS 3.1 Storage: Up to 2.1 GB/s Anton Shilov

Samsung has kicked off mass production of its new, high-performance eUFS 3.1 storage modules. Designed primarily with high-end smartphones in mind, the embedded storage drives offer some of Samsung's fastest speeds yet, with read and write speeds similar to those of midrange SSDs for PCs.

白色妖精泷泽萝拉Initially, Samsung’s eUFS 3.1 family of devices will include a 512 GB drive rated for sequential read speeds of up to 2100 MB/s, sequential write speed up to 1200 MB/s, as well upwards of 100,000 IOPS and 70,000 IOPS for random reads and writes respectively. Eventually, the lineup will also gain 128 GB and 256 GB drives to address less expensive premium smartphones.

Samsung does not disclose which of the new UFS 3.1 features are supported by its eUFS 3.1 512 GB drive, but given a considerably higher sequential write speed — 1200 MB/s vs. 410 MB/s offered by the previous-generation eUFS 3.0 devices — it is more than likely that the devices support Write Booster pseudo-SLC caching.

白色妖精泷泽萝拉Like other memory and storage manufacturers, Samsung announces volume production of a new product after it delivers the first batch to a customer. But, while we had been hoping that this meant these new eUFS 3.1 drives would be used in Samsung's new Galaxy S20 series of phones, teardowns have already confirmed that those devices are using 3.0 drives. So whatever Samsung's newest storage modules are going into, it hasn't been released to consumers quite yet.

Overall, with the addition of a 512 GB eUFS 3.1 drive to its lineup, Samsung now offers one of the most comprehensive families of embedded storage devices, with products running the full gamut of performance levels and capacities.

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