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Fresh update on "amd" discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast
"Like almost like overkill, right? I mean, there's nothing that's even going to utilize that kind of horsepower. Well, to give you an example, they were doing cyberpunk on the highest ray tracing, which to be honest on a 30 80 and a 30 90 isn't really smooth. And it was beyond smooth. The one that they showed that blew me away was a car drive in cyberpunk with everything cranked. And it was just like the smoothest thing you've ever seen and to look at it and be like on the 30 90 chug the driving at times man. And now we've got Microsoft and all these guys looking at and of course insomniac has looked at ray tracing at different levels, you know, slightly lower fidelity for ray tracing because you can't tell. Look at Spider-Man with ray tracing now. It looks phenomenal. And most people would look at it and not be able to tell the difference. So it's just like, they're not the only ones Intel's doing it. AI is, dude, it's insane, man. I mean, it's what you said. The fact that it's possible, or even on that ship, it's possible. That 30 series will be able to run DLS. Diminished capacity. Because what I heard was that it was only going to be available. That's what everybody heard, yeah, yeah. Yeah. It's only now when there was one interview where he said, technically, because this particular, some of the chips are there, they're just not as advanced. It's almost like having an old and video versus a new one. You can hack it, and it will see improvements. He just said it wouldn't be as vast. Which makes sense. Let's say the chip is in there, but it doesn't have some advancements and it runs at 50% the speed. That's still doesn't mean you won't see an improvement. Right. And I think we're seeing that already with DLSS two. Two point. Yeah, man. What do we have? Awesome. 2.1, 2.5 for DLSS. Dude, consoles, you know, you know that the next consoles there is no way these guys are going to let that kind of stuff slide. They're going to figure out a way to get an AI even if it's like Microsoft figuring out a way to add a chip where after the entire game is drawn, it just uses a chip that it's only job is to upscale intelligently. I mean, well, my TV does it. I don't know, you're still running the older oled, right? But look at the new TVs. Qualcomm, they've got fucking AI chips in there for upscaling already, and that's in TVs from last year. So yeah. It's exciting, man. I can't wait. I want to see it. Badass. Dude, the ability to be able to do that and get those frames and remove some of that overhead from your CPU, which did you guys see AMD's reviews for the new CPUs? 95 Celsius consistently. Yeah. Yep. By design, by design. It's the first ship ever where you're cooling will matter. Yeah, if you have better cool that's hot we'll just 90 5 Celsius might chip has never run 95 Celsius. Ever. Yeah. And they said, every single one of their chips goes to 95, by the way. All the new ones. So you will lose performance, even the cheap ones. You have to keep a squirt bottle by or put it outside on its own like outside your house. For reference, by the way, I have a 3900 X no, sorry, 3700 X running on the stock cooler from AMD and that peaks at 55, 60 C wow.
"amd" Discussed on Business Wars Daily
"For world class performance and power efficiency. That's AMD president and CEO Lisa Sue at a company event last week. And if that sounds like a foreign language, I am here to translate. The company formerly known as Facebook is AMD's latest customer. AMD announced last week that meta had chosen AMD chips to help power its data centers. Why is this a big deal for AMD you ask? Well for one, meta already counts almost 3 billion monthly users. That's a lot of data. And two, meta is looking ahead to the future. The virtual future I should say. The company wants to ramp up its development of online virtual worlds that metaverse, according to Reuters. So that explains the name change. But of course, building the metaverse means metadata and data means chips and chips means money in AMD's pocket. The chip of choice for meta was AMD's latest epic chip, which handles technical computing, which sends a clear message to another company that handles technical computing, called Intel. The message, watch out, we're coming for you. See since AMD rolled out its first epic chips in 2017, it's been chipping away at Intel's market dominance. Intel has long been the leading maker of chips, but it struggled lately to keep up with the pace of change in the industry according to CNBC. When it comes to the company's strategy, CEO pat gelsinger put it bluntly noting we've had some missteps. Missteps, plus massive production delays, the great chip shortage of 2021 touched everything from cars to medical devices to game consoles and Intel certainly felt that squeeze. But AMD has had Intel on notice for a while. AMD has had deals on the books with Google Cloud, Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure. What do Google Amazon and Microsoft have in common? They are currently Intel's biggest customers. Folks, the battle for chip dominance is heating up, which company comes out on top, that depends on how much clients like Facebook meta are willing to chip in. From wondering, this is business wars daily. I'm your host David Brown written and produced by Jessica or Moscow. Our executive producers aretino Rubio and Marshall Lewis..
Dan Bongino Has a New Warning For Companies That Work With Nandini Jammi
"The chief of the village of idiots the captain the oligarch of the dumb a woman named nandini jami who is just spends her whole life in a basement somewhere I don't know what she's doing if she's paying rent pays mom or dad I don't know She spends her whole life canceling people from her Twitter account So as I've told her often I beg her to boycott my show and everything every single time because my entire life's about fighting these people back and I had nothing more I like to do than expose these idiots for the communists they really are So nandini has decided to pick a fight with Andy no a site He was associated with the post millennial Andy know who happens to be an Asian gay liberal by the way but AMD know has taken upon himself to expose antifa And of course nandini supports antifa obviously doesn't like that So it's getting most of his psychic hands I don't know if you saw this story but nandini's gone after his sight to post millennial Again so let me just send a warning to the cancelers out there Turn up your radios and listen real good This is for everyone out there I've got a radio show in over 300 stations I've got the second most popular conservative podcast in the country Self praise thinks that's not a brag That's a simple fact Read it and weep Got a show on a cable news channel and one of the most popular Facebook pages around It is asymmetric warfare Bandini has a small infinitesimal following So I'm going to tell you right now I'm watching everything she does Every company she reaches out to that cooperates with nandini and engages in communist tactics I have a microphone and a megaphone a thousand times if not more larger than hers For every company that cooperates like that glasses company RV Parker that caved That caved I will expose you and I will make it my life's work to make sure working with nandini becomes so painful that anyone who even responds to one of her tweets will have to think about this show first
Robinhood Goes Meta, Becomes the Ultimate Meme Stock
"Robinhood taking investors on a joyride the stock surging as much as eighty one percent for triggering several trading halts early in the session. Robin had closing out the day with a gain of just fifty percent. It's now up. Eighty five percent since going public on thursday. So what's driving. The wild action shares. A robin hood. Let's kick things off with kate. Rooney's got the story kate. Tamerlane's yeah quite a turnaround for robin hood. The stock touched eighty five dollars earlier. That is well above where it last week robin hood. Stunk ended the day around. Seventy dollars per share was the second. Most traded name on the nasdaq. Today only behind. Amd and it was halted a few times for volatility today as far as trading volume it surpassed its ipo day with more than eight billion dollars worth of shares changing hands. The stock is still seen pretty thin trading so that thanks to some of those lock-up periods for certain investors mean fewer shares are available to trade. I'm told that brought a lot. More volatility today retail interest is another big factor. It is the most mentioned stock on read it. At least it was today. According to data from think with more mentions than both game stop and amc and momentum train is well. That is a factor. There's likely hedge funds looking to jump in on some of this action. Short interest though does not appear to be a factor at tends to be pretty expensive too short stock like robin hood so soon after nine peo- that is thanks to the lack of shares out there to borrow. I talked to s. three partners about this earlier. They say there is some short interest but it was really the long side. Driving robin hoods prices today.
Afterpay & Square Say Buy-Now-Pay-Later for EVERYTHING
"This week's episode. We'll talk about the buy now. Pay later craze especially the square after pay deal will revisit. Some surprising advertising spend numbers released from fang talk a bit about canadian startup. Who has an interesting take on consumer health tech unless they try to get more context on how. Amd fits into the narrative of vehicle chip shortages here in canada. So regarding this. On the morning of tuesday august third joel. What have you been paying attention to markets last week while bad news at a china continues to kinda hit markets. They called the video game. Is i can't remember what the exact quote is but effectively. It's cancer for your brain. So they decided that they're going to regulate video game makers for those under the age of eighteen which obviously hertz one of my favorite positions ten cent they are. I mean they are the synonymous with metaverse in video games themselves. They have experts of epic which fortnight they own a ton of the video game ecosystem in the in southeast asia and the stock got smashed little seven percent or eight percent today back down to its low from last week. I do think long term that when you allow for a massive conglomerate like ten cents to have better clarity around regulation and then you create rules and then allow them to continue to operate within those rules that is insanely bullish for the incumbent because it now makes it that much harder for businesses to enter the space and participate because when you massive regulatory hurdles to get into the business will the economics are now more expensive so now in order to compete with the big boys it's that much harder and it just cements them even further
"amd" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast
"Onion rings. They're fantastic and locally sourced free range Grass-fed buns buds. I have no idea about two or one set of buns. Yes yeah but no. this was a little squish. You know. I kept in the bag longer. And i wanted to but you know what it is but boy it was good. It was really good and it's filling. I'm not gonna have anything to tell at least noon tomorrow. If not later. Food at a salad with a forego four went the fries was just take it got a hammer and i started tapping on on my arm and just heard sounded glass breaking. It's like well. Maybe we should rethink my diet. Second quarter twenty. Twenty one financials. Amd josh booking amd essentially kicked ass. They had a record quarter. Not only just a record regular quarter a record q. Two and i mean everything. three point. Eight five billion dollars of revenue. That's that's insane. Let's compare to q. Two twenty fifteen. Only six years ago they had revenue of approximately nine hundred seventy million and a loss of some one hundred twenty one hundred fifty million not a quarter. That was the two years before reisen Are better with like one billion dollar quarter with another significant loss and and even twenty seventeen the first year it was like one point one billion dollars and they narrowed their losses. Now now. they're up to three point. Eight five billion dollars they have followed invidia up to hit nearly four billion dollars a quarter. That's nuts the amount of one hundred percent growth essentially year-over-year and another twelve percent from what was previously an extremely strong q one which followed an extremely strong q. Four i mean they just kept making money and this is a combination of of execution on their part. It's it's they had a lot of years a lot of leanness that they cut the fat out of the organization and even they cut a lot of lean meat out of the organization but they had to do to survive and so at least gang have done very well and turning the ship around and every part is is just moving along great They're they're competing in graphic segment. She see here Two point two five billion just by itself that cpu's and graphic processors. I mean they sell everything they make..
"amd" Discussed on Breaking Biotech
"The doctor who is administering the treatment new whether or not the patient was actually getting the treatment or not led to an over reporting of wet. Amd because the doctors knew that if the patient was receiving this treatment maybe they were paying more attention to whether or not there was going to be somewhat amd presence in these patients. I think it's a bit of a stretch though because you wouldn't expect a treatment for dry indeed to lead to wet. Amd but maybe because they started to see earlier patients that came through. Start to get amd that they were then looking for it. And that's kind of what they're arguing here. I believe so. Let's get to the phase three trials and so one thing that stands behind that they are not changing the setup of the trial compared to the face to trial. There are a couple of differences though one is that it's placebo controlled. End double blinded and because double blinded. They're hoping that this is going to improve the amount of safety reports that happened in the treatment group versus the shampoo which they attribute to the imbalance in safety outcomes that happened in philly trial. There's going to be an a. Six hundred patients in each trial at one hundred multinational sites over two years time. The primary endpoint is the total change. In gpa lesions in the area in particular and so it's a little bit different than the phase two study but for our purposes won't really matter. They were able to see a change in the total area in the face. Trials well and the company's expecting to see top line data in september of this year and so going back to the paper. I took a few things that came out where they're talking about the face three study that i think we're interesting. The first thing is that no adjustment to the study enrollment criteria was made to the subsequent face. Three clinical trial derby folks. Those are the names of the trials. Second thing is that these studies are double mask and they also have processes in place to corroborate new onset exhortations to eliminate any potential bias. So because the looking now for exited amd they have some processes in place to be able to assess. What's going on better than they did in the philly trial and to do that. They're implementing a couple new things and in three ahead that here. It is a requirement that flourishing and geography is performed at the time of any patient being suspected of having wet. Amd and reading reading center. Confirmation of exit of amd is to be obtained time of diagnosis. So they didn't do this before so now they're going to be able to implement this greater analysis of wet. Amd and hopefully we'll be able to shed more light on what's going on with the patients and then in four here. I have that. Unlike in the philly trial should patients receive anti vegf treatment double masking will be maintained and.
"amd" Discussed on Breaking Biotech
"Company is notoriously slow in development and for this reason they really need to raise a lot of money and it is what is hampered the stock price from going much further than say eight nine dollars over the last couple of years. Now the one thing that company did mention is that they're looking into different kinds of complement factor. Pathway molecules and one that they mentioned is cb four three three two and to my knowledge. This is relatively new. And what they're hoping to do here is to restore cf. I complement factor. Which inhibits that positive feedback loop pathway that i was talking about before. So they're trying to restore cfi in order to Damp in the complement three pathway. Thus hopefully improving the patient outcomes associated with dry. amd now this is also very early in development. So we'll see whether or not we get some newer data before the end of the year. And then just to talk about the financials of catalyst received a fifteen million dollar upfront payment for this collaboration with biogen and they're eligible to receive three hundred and forty million dollars in milestone payments. So encourage everybody to look at the compliment day that they had on monday. It was a lot of preclinical data and they had some physician talking about how important the column pathway is but for me the company is extremely slow and for this reason their stock price is given discount here now if they ever do get to releasing that big data point that's gonna show that these factors actually work. I think then it does make sense that to take a position but for me right now because the company is so slow in development and i did kind of get burned on them before i am staying away moving on. Let's talk about gemini therapeutics. They're trading at around at two hundred twenty million market cap with one hundred and eighty eight million dollars in current assets fourteen million dollars in current liabilities and they also burn around twenty million dollars per quarter their enterprise value sitting around forty six million dollars and the reason for this is due to a recent failure that they saw dry. Amd their focus is on the amd market as a whole so they have some programs. What amdi and some dry. Amd but their league candidate is jammed. One three which is a recombinant factor h and this was recently treated in a variant population. That had a mutation in complement factor. H and they also had name d. so gemini posited that if they could introduce normal physiologic levels of complement factor h. They might be able to slow down the lesion formation in the eyes of patients that have try. Amd the companies also touched on gene therapies. That they're hoping to develop their specifically doing ones for complement actor age and complement factor. I and as we know i. You have kind of a love affair with gene therapies. So this caught my eye but we saw in q. Two was that they got a pretty strong failure in their regatta face to a study and so these patients were on six months worth of treatment of gem one of three which is that recombinant factor age and the data. The most impactful data is..
"amd" Discussed on Breaking Biotech
"The low doses. Twenty five point. Eight and high-dose is twenty one point one so in two of these three the standard deviation on the percentage change is actually higher than the value itself and what this means is that the data is extremely variable. And for this reason. I don't think we can glean any conclusion from the data and the company is going to have to dig a lot deeper to figure out what's going on in this trial and after this news came out the stock did trade down quite a bit and rightfully so. I think the company is going to have to show much more compelling data and this is just in a seal teaser. Liver damage marketers. Broadly have nothing to do with nash. Specifically and one of the secondary endpoint of this trial. I believe is some kind of fibro scan where they're gonna actually look at the liver and see what's going on from nash. Perspective or fibrosis perspective. So i'm very curious about what that date is gonna show. I sold around eighty percent of my position at around one point eight dollars a share. Because i expected there was going to be further downside until we can see some kind of positive news with regards to the fiber scan or what's going on with these patients that lead to such a drastically high standard deviation between the patients. So i don't think this is necessarily the nail in the coffin for. Crv for three one. I think we're going to see the full data set and really figure out what's going on. Maybe the patient population was to variable it. Really it could be anything and we need to find out once we see the data with that. Let's get to our main topic for today. Which is dry. Amd and i showed the slide last time which was just the ophthalmology sector and i focused wholly last time on wet. Amd or diabetic retinopathy. And the reason for this is that it's a twelve billion dollar market as of two thousand twenty and major players in here generating. A lot of revenue is generated. Eight point five billion in twenty twenty lou sentas two billion dollars and these drugs specifically target the wet form of amd where the neo vascular ization actually occurring and. You're getting an increase of blood and protein underneath the retina which is causing a lot of problems now. Drying md is a stage prior to the wet amd stage and it's also known as geographic atrophy geographic. Atrophy distinction is that it is later stage try. Amd because drying md is a very long process. And when it's very early there's no symptoms and you don't really know what's going on but the lesion might be very very small or it could be getting bigger and so geographic atrophy is when there's actually some kind of symptomology and your lease being monitored by an ophthalmologist and so the interesting thing about dry. Md is that it makes up ninety percent of the market so this twelve billion dollars that wet amd garnered and twenty twenty is only ten percent of the whole amd market so for this reason. There's a huge opportunity to jump into johnny md and try to get a therapy on the market because as of now. There's no standard of care and it really takes until getting to the wet. Amd stage where doctors can go ahead with some kind of treatment. Centers leah are vast in now the curious thing withdrawing..
"amd" Discussed on Breaking Biotech
"By clicking the lake or subscribe button you can also donate using the patient. Lincoln the description below. So i'm glad to be back. And i've got a great show. Everybody say we're going to be talking about geographic atrophy also known as late stage dry. Amd i talked previously about wet amd and a couple of shows ago and i thought it would be useful to talk about. Try amd because of a number of different reasons. We recently gotten some news from some companies one known as gemini where they saw basically a failure in their drive aimed candidate and then we also have an upcoming readout from a company called a palace in their candidate. And it's gonna be be pretty exciting for the space so that's gonna be our main story for today and before i do that. I'm going to touch on some smaller biotech stories and before we do that i just want to thank everybody appreciate all the support. I've been getting so please keep it up. Please share the show the friend if you think appreciate this content so with that. Let's get right into it. And the first story i want to talk about is of course by jin my new favorite company and they've just been in the news so much lately because of all the drama surrounding at home and so after the big run up they had the stock is now back down to around three hundred and twenty four dollars a share giving them a market cap of around forty nine billion dollars and a couple of things that we heard in the last little while.
"amd" Discussed on Defocus Media
"So how do you talk to a patient. How do you employ these which drug you select and come up with a plan. All great questions. Chris so i do want to make one big point about tyja jackson's no matter whether patients are getting off label a vast in or they're getting this newest drug that came out bay of you. These medications work best if the patient is detected early so if the patient comes in with twenty two hundred vision for example you can treat that patient but if they have significant sub bogle scarring that patients. Never going to get better than twenty two hundred vision so all of these medications are gonna work best if the patient is detected earlier the better the visual acuity is detection. The better visual outcomes these patients have so we still have to be so diligent about educating our patients who have early intermediate amd about monitoring their vision at home and so your patients who have early amd. I would definitely recommend some type of vision. Monitoring like an ams lurker rid that the patients who have intermediate. Amd there is actually an at home a device now. That's approved fda approved by no telvision called the foresee home system that is essentially a prescription. You give to the patient You prescribe this device to the patient. The company says it to them. And it's a little sort of machine that they do have attested every single day if one is already advanced stage. Amd they can even use it in their fellow. I that's non advance. Stage is only approved for intermediate stage in the but it has been shown to conversion somewhat better than the angular grid so one trial that was done was supported by no television. But it's called the home study. Showed that sixty two percent of patients who were being monitored with traditional methods so in office visits and ambler grid testing sixty two percent were detected at twenty forty vision or better when they converted to advance stage. Amd or to excavate date of amdi versus aboul. I think ninety seven percent who are using the foresee home system. So i've actually started in my patients who have intermediate stage. Amd pretty much across the board recommending them to have this system so again no matter what anti vegf agent you use. If you can't touch this stuff where sort of losing the game I have tried to remember all the other questions that you ask. How upwards of Intimidating topic from the patient's perspective. And then how often do planets frequency got under the same structure or do you alter the structure right right so you know initial visit with patients new patient who's being sent for first visit for exit. Eight of an that visit really is gonna take a little bit longer than some of the other patients that i see and some of that is patient education so again i have to spend a lifetime really talking to patients about the disease itself. Some of them come in very knowledgeable. Some of them don't some of them have never been heard about macular degeneration before this occurred Which is somewhat of an issue in of itself but that initial visit does require lots of patient education because patients do not understand this concept of dry. amd versus wet amd they see these two separate diseases Hear these terms wet. Amd and they think it has to do with their eyes watering so there's a huge education that has to go on a front end about why they need this..
"amd" Discussed on Defocus Media
"The most important are whether they have those nsf the c. l. or the us p seals and these are supplements so they are not fda regulated. They're only ftc regulated. But using one of these stamps it does have some assuredly be amount of supplement contained in that pill is what it says. It is so what i'll usually recommend to them is looting twenty milligrams and zeaxanthin five milligrams off at least once a day and then from omega three standpoint i think the literature really promotes kind of a one. Dj at three hundred fifty milligrams and epa six hundred and fifty milligrams so thousand milligrams of omega three. But in that dha pe ratio of essentially one or two and then resveratrol curcumin. These are kind of newer players on the scene to me. All of the observable safe limits are the three thousand four thousand milligrams. So i'll typically recommend five hundred milligram was red raspberry trial once a day and the five hundred milligrams of curcumin once a day. Simply because that's the dosages hills come in and all of the literature that has human studies typically. They're using between two hundred and fifty twice a day to five hundred milligrams once a day so the literature is still supporting these dosages. So a lot of times. My biggest pitch to the patient is the latinas and zeaxanthin that has clinically defined in has research backing. You will how some visual improvements in nado in contrast sensitivity. But you're glare. Reduction in distress recovery led the trick is. You've got to use it for three months. You gotta get him three months just to have some noticeable improvement you gotta get him six months to have peak improvement so why like to give all four of those because all four of those are working in synergy but the patient will notice the improvements because of the latinas anthony in once. You can show that patient that their visual quality has improved. May notice that you suddenly have a patient that is all in on the nutraceutical and they are reducing their risk factors over time in those early modest changes to mild macula apathy. Jessica alluded to at the beginning. Small changes early in the disease. Pay big dividends ten twelve years. Now fantastic thank you chris. That was a very detailed response. Jessica let's dive into more the more advanced condition with wet. Amd we've gone through the years of laser photo coagulation photodynamic therapy and finally landed upon injectable individ- f. Agents where it seems to be. We've been parking now for a number of years How do you employ this Who do you employ to. I guess when it comes to mind a well first off how do you broach the issue of needles and is to patients. We're going to have this. The rest of their lives. And then when i think of dosing have options of fixed regimens where patients are very consistently coming in monthly or bimonthly. We obviously could have prn. Strategy treat in extend or observe in plan strategies..
"amd" Discussed on Defocus Media
"Is it the typical patient to have a. Perhaps they would have dug a little bit deeper. If that makes any sense. And i think that's she. I think just cassette everything perfectly on exactly right so using that the spectral domain elsie t and evaluating your thickness and I think that's a perfect starting point in a lot of times too. If you're suspicious of macular dystrophy Working in a university setting we're fortunate to have electrostatic testing so a lotta times to We can also help rule out tential district fees or toxic retinopathy by running yards either a multi focal or fulfilled just to get a sense of whether we have Truly in amd presentation or whether we have greater dysfunction that will be more consistent with dystrophy so Just because exactly right. I think it's a diagnosis of exclusion of that point. If you have presentation that looks like amd to have it in individual. That does not classically fit on. You need to do the diagnostics checklist. And make sure that you're turning over every stone. okay let's dive into now the the two disparate types of this disease state and we'll start with dry. Amd and what are we to do with these patients. Are we to monitor. They somehow monitor at home. Are they still to use an ams grid. Given that to my knowledge dry amdi has no specific approved treatment. We have a reds we have to. We have studies. That have looked at individual injections. Low dose oral boxy mitochondrial protective compound stem. Cell therapy some of these are just instead as some of these are actually implementation phase. But what do we do for the masses of patients out there who i guess for their fortune aren't progressing too wet. Amd but still have some things going on in their eyes. and chris. if you take this one. I you can't. I feel like i'm hogging it. Yes so from a from a high risk to a mile klopp intermedia macula apathy Chrissy you set me up perfectly I think the eretz to formulation. That's one of the greatest tools we have right. It was a five year large patient number large subject. Number longitudinal study. That showed that. The addition of latinas athens at a high dose. Antioxidants did have some Some improvements in not only reduction of vascular. Amd but also reduction to more the advanced age of the nonentity The eretz too. I think there's two big things that i always stress with. Students is a red too. I think is sometimes inappropriately used in the clinical setting because eretz to is clinically indicated in a patient who is moderate or intermediate. Amd so for your patients have mild amd or no mcafee it's really not clinically indicated in some of the literature that points to the fact that if you don't have those high risk liles but we talked about. Cf age in arms to. If you don't have those high risk liles. Utilizing.
"amd" Discussed on Defocus Media
"But i serve a very predominant african american population who classically do not show the same common visual presentation of fundus retinopathy dysfunction that a caucasian patient with amd has so my question is is it possible or plausible. That african american can have some type of macular degeneration that just does not present in the same fashion that what we would consider traditional. Amd present says. That's a really good Question chris and i think if you look up in patients who have a md. What percentage of these patients would be considered african american patients and it may be like three percent or something. So and yeah. That's just her literature and of course who knows what their determination of who has a md. And who doesn't have an md truly is but to me that means that. Is it possible. Someone who's african american could have macular degeneration i think the answer is yes but When diagnosing macular degeneration there's no one thing that says. You have macular degeneration. Even the presence of jerusalem does not necessarily mean that you have what we truly think of is. Age related macular degeneration. There are tons of macular degeneration conditions macular dystrophy and all of these things can masquerade. As macular degeneration so the way. I sort of teach the students in this manner. If you have a patient who does it fit a particular demographic that should be sort of at least a stopping point or he say okay. This person is not the classic presentation of amd. Do they truly have it and then you have to go through your checkpoints of you know does zero not show this. Oc t show that is their f. Saf look a certain way. And some of that is looking at for example the core so patients who have amd or who have true age. Related macular degeneration tend to have thinner than average core. So if your patient has a particularly thick chord in is this something else essentially So in some ways. You know macular degeneration. The diagnosis is based off. The you know typical presentation in to some degree. It's a diagnosis of exclusion. You have drew's in you have rpg changes you have taken terry alterations and it's not from something else. So i mean just a. This is a bit of an extreme example but we had a patient in our clinic a couple years ago who is an african american female who had been diagnosed with age. Related macular degeneration and what she really had was clack. Winnow macula office fifty. She'd been taking blackmail for years and somebody had misdiagnosed her as having a md. Obviously these things don't look the same on obt f af but you know if you look in the idc pigmentation changes maybe have amd but if that physician had at least thought. Hey this lady doesn't meet..
"amd" Discussed on Defocus Media
"So You know in regards to talk about this to patients. I do actually pull up their. Oc t images of their macula. And i point out the retina sort of on top the neuro sensory retina the retinal pigment epithelium. And then the core. Roy and as far as telling patients in how explain it to them usually describe it as these jerusalem deposits that you see are accumulations of and i don't typically so accelerator waste products might say something else to patient but you have these groups in depositions that occur and for patients. I really try to hone in a lot on the fact of the you know. The idea of wet macular degeneration because that's really monitoring patients for so. I'll tell them that. These jerusalem depositions weaken the slayer. That's a barrier between your retina on top and your core royd underneath and this cord underneath is filled with blood vessels when this layer becomes weakened abused blood vessels can grow through and start to leak or bleed so especially for patients. I really try to emphasize that particular aspect of it. Because that's the big thing that we are actually monitoring them for. And that's why they have to use the answer grid and other types of monitoring devices. And i think that's that's a perfect Kind of counterpoint. Is jessica tends to see patients. That are a little bit further along in their development so she tends to see more than intermediate late stage. amd in an accident amd so from my standpoint. what i'm seeing patients in primary care that have either high risk and no macula or mild. Macula was a threat to transition to intermediate. I usually talk about the two. Big driving. Forces are micro-vascular disruptions in insults. In an arche dysfunction so every time i have a patient in my chair who's discussing their systemic diabetic control. Their hypertensive control this liberty media always take us special moments Next stop say no all of these. Three things are setting you up for progression to macula. Because those small micro vascular changes. And i think when we talk about in a moment. This is what i love to talk about. i think. Oc ta is gonna be a game. Changer i really think that. Oc ta is gonna show us things that we'd never had the ability to image before..
"amd" Discussed on Defocus Media
"Today i think the sub clinical diagnoses some of that Identifying early risk factors in early features of amd there otherwise missed on routine dilated. Funnest exam. so. I'm very excited here Jessica on what she does on the nih or the trial on basis. Because i had something that i have not worked on a while. Dr liens mentioned some of my phd work was primarily in amd but mostly it was associated with macular pigment and some of the visual function. That goes along with that. So spatial distribution Some of the contrast sensitivity glare disability info to stress recovery. That comes along with that. So i'm actually very excited to be part of today's panel. Awesome glad to have you both to me. The easiest place a star is at the beginning and when we talk about is this a big dior and getting to be a bigger deal over the course of time. So as we met is as we look at prevalence of amd depending on what resource you pull from The stats that. I know are ballpark. Ten percent of people over age sixty five more than twenty five percent of people over age. Seventy five two million with advance. Amd in the us over eight million with an intermediate form. But what's startling is. These numbers have been doubling. Every every few years in fact they have the almost doubled In twenty twenty and so where is this accurate in terms of what we're seeing in practice in this trend going to continue or is it gonna plateau so yeah chris i'm in. Amd is definitely a huge issue especially with our aging population. And it's very hard to fathom. Sometimes these percentages these millions of patients. That one big thing to kind of keep in mind is macular degeneration still is the number one cause of vision loss in patients over the age of sixty five. So if you're over the age of sixty five your biggest threat to your vision. Vision is not your degeneration so if you think about bat i mean that in itself makes a really big problem absolutely and i think one of the more interesting things on prevalence rates is. There was a study that came out in two thousand sixteen two thousand seventeen. I believe it was published in jama ophthalmology would they were looking at was prevalence of undiagnosed. Amd in primary care in believe they looked at both primary care. Ophthalmology in primary care. Optometry may found that approximately twenty five percent of is they were normal deemed to be normal through dmv in fact did have intermediate and large and treatable with our errands to protocols. So i think it's just interesting. That even with our current prevalence rates in even with the increase in the prevalence rates. I think as we become more attuned more specific in our diagnostic capabilities. I think we're gonna see those prevalence rates. Go up. Because i do think that. Amd is absolutely one of those conditions that as you celebrate birthdays it becomes more and more likely you're going to have some early macula associated with amd so. Are you suggesting chris that we might be having to intervene in patients before we we the practitioners see of visual change in the fundus. I absolutely do so some of the work i've done with University karna word. we've looked closely at clinical dark at thomas and utilizing that is a feature of amd..
"amd" Discussed on Defocus Media
"Things again. Everybody for joining us today. Our topic of the episode is age. Related macular degeneration. And i am delighted to have two super smart important. People who in some respects have spent have spent and continue to spend a lot of their time in this focus. I have dr. Chris putnam and dr jessica haines. Dr putnam I'm gonna let him elaborate but part of part if not a lot of his. Phd was focused in this endeavour of tours portion of how we take care of some of these patients and dr jessica haines sees patients in works. For what could really be one of the most famous retina practices in the entire world and so super excited to talk about this topic which i think affects pretty much all easy peas in the world today. So if you don't mind. Jessica would you mind elaborating on what i said and tell us a bit about yourself. Hi chris. thanks so much for having us on today. This is a great topic as you said something. Everyone can really benefit. From as. Chris said i work primarily in a retinas specialty clinic and in that clinic setting we are just dealing with patients who have retinal disease. Were saying primarily patients who have advanced. Age macular degeneration and of course mostly patients who are receiving anti vegf injections or patients who have exited of amd but we do also follow patients. Who have early intermediate amd and even those who have advanced stage non-issue date of amd in addition to that we do participate in some clinical trials both four non-executive and exited advanced forms of macular degeneration. But most of the patients that i'm encountering on a daily basis are these more advanced stage patients. Deaths makes perfect sense. Dr putnam chris. How about you to absolutely greetings. Everyone so my name. Is chris platinum my primary motive practices. I'm active duty optometrist. So i see typically the eighteen year old healthy all the way up to ninety five year old retiree. That's not quite as healthy In my spare time. I'm also a faculty member at the university. Current word at rosenberg school of thomas and in that role. I have a little bit more flexibility on working with students working with residents and utilizing some of the newest technologies that we can i think move towards the direction of a sub clinical diagnosis. And i think as we have a chance to chat..
AME Church to Address BLM, Voting Rights, in Delayed Meeting
"The A. M. E. church is set to address racial issues and voting rights the United States oldest historically black denomination has launched its general conference in Orlando Florida delegates are expected to address racial issues such as voting rights and the black lives matter movement the corona virus pandemic forced a one year delay in the gathering of the African Methodist Episcopal Church the pandemic which claimed the lives of numerous AMA members and ministers continues to be at the forefront of the delegates minds the editor of the AMD's official news outlets of the pandemic forced the denomination to go on an austerity budget but overall it has weathered the storm I Walter Ratliff
Jared Tendler, Mental Game Titan, on the Explosion of Performance Coaches
"Take on the kind of explosion of performance coaches in the poker space. I don't know a lot of them So i can't comment Specifically what i would say is in general that there still is the ethic out there this generally because you know now exploring poker Exploring trading space in the the performance coaches that are there e sports golf. There still is very lack of wide ethic that promotes meditation and promotes healthy living amd You know a lot of these tools that are very well intended. And i'm not by any means saying that they're bad right but i am saying that. They're their secondary tools and they're not to be used as tools of suppression right. The goal really ought to be to resolve the issues right so we take the example. We're talking about. Let's say it was a hatred mistakes. Write you can use meditation. You can use a better physique in better nutrition. Better sleep in all of these other things that can help you to be better in that spot. But you're not going to actually solve the root of the issue that way and what you're gonna do is is ended up moving. That problem to someplace else you know if it ends up getting sort of in dealt with in that spot. So we're we're looking for the reasons why you hate losing or the why the reasons why you hate making mistakes and that has to be solved. Otherwise you're gonna end up using mental resources Inefficiently right you want your entire mentality all of your focus and energy to be playing the best. You possibly can if a portion of your mind. A portion of your mental energy is being devoted towards controlling your emotions. Then you actually are not able to get into the zone because that resources gone and you're vulnerable to some accumulation and then something clicking at now the sudden your your rapidly compromised because the part of the brain responsible for emotional control can be overrided by intense emotions right. So that in that dynamic can't be
An Affordable and Widely Available Drug Offers Global Hope
"I haven't thanks for joining us. Thank you thank you for having me. We're gonna talk about covid. Nineteen and inexpensive and pat and kema therapeutic agent known as takata. Ken and the potential. This may have for treating patients with covid particularly in developing economies with the widening. Vaccinations in the united states. The focus has been on reopening and getting life back to normal. After a protracted shut down as result of the pandemic i think many people have stopped paying attention to what was once a daily diet of statistics about new cases hospitalizations and deaths globally. How much of a health problem does this continue to be today. I can answer you with a clear exergen book. You know one of the trials that we are running in a in india some of my patient to where left outside because there were no hospital nov bats in the hospital with obvious consequences for the bishops am so i still think that we we kind of have a short memory when it comes to things is true that now in high end amd people pay less attention but there is still a lot of people are not oxygenated than who will not get vaccinated and those people no matter how we judge them and obviously boxing nation is the right thing to do any. Somebody didn't do a jedi should do it But some of these people will not get vaccinated and will they will end up with a severe colby than will need to take care of them because we don't judge intelligence. Somebody just judge tried to three people
Interview With Author, Therapist, Dr. Anadel Barbour
"Today. It is dr del barber Her book is sex and sobriety equality of narrative that utilization mindfulness practices for enjoyable sober. Sex bailed on amazon and dell in a d e l barber b. a. r. b. o. u. r. dot com is her website. You can follow me on twitter at an a. s. c. h. m. a. n. a. Ns amana Dr barbara welcome all added that long. I never got rid of that email for him out like i i completely get. I've got some arbitrary numbers after my name that the person who sent it by email which i didn't understand really what email was et cetera. Whatever number it's been my email address for god fifty. I don't wanna talk about it. But but but the really scary part is for me. That seems like five minutes ago. So that's the part. So let's i want to talk about. Amd are but let's talk about you. Look at your book. I just what. What is it that people would go to the book form. What is in the book. The book was really came out of my dissertation. And it's about how drugs affect the body and mind when people give them up and have sex very disconnected. And so there's mindfulness practices. It's not this meditation. It's getting to know the body. It ain't no you know your own ears and being able to face them. In with mindful practices we can connect with your body. But you can also learn how to hopefully out that
Tesla Seems to Be Stripping Software Features
"Everybody rob mauer here. Welcome back to tesla daily after. Hopefully a nice long weekend for many of you. I hope everybody made it through lumbar gate yesterday without tussle daily episode. If you're not sure what. I'm talking about yet with that. Will of course be discussing that in this episode. We also have updates on tusla's move to pure vision. Some i reports on how that's going a minor postponement of the platte model s. delivery event couple product updates tesla's interest in the restaurant business and a couple other stories as well. Somehow we are already now. In june tesla stocks. Starting off the last month of q down zero point two percent pretty quiet on the day to six hundred twenty. Three dollars ninety cents. That compare to the nasdaq also down slightly one tenth of a percent. We'll start off here just quickly on the lumbar support topic. This caused quite a bit of stir this weekend as somebody unread. It took delivery of a new model y and notice that on the passenger seat. The lumbar support control had been removed. So that's the area of the seat that would support your lower back. Previously could move that upper down. Inter out and tesla has decided to remove that from the new model three and model. Why again for the passenger seat. Only driver seat still has the control so understandably pretty disappointing for a customer to have to find that someone was expressing disappointment on this on twitter. Saying they don't like the direction tesla's going raising prices of vehicles but removing features like lamar for the monterey on top of rumors of fasd increased to fourteen thousand dollars without any real added features do fasd. Unless you're a beta tester. You lana plant that saying quote moving. Lamar was removed only in front passenger seat of three slash. Obviously not there. In rear seats log showed almost no usage not worth cost slash mass for everyone when almost never used prices increasing due to major supply chain price pressure industry-wide raw materials especially and
AMD Confirms It's Powering the Gaming Rig Inside Tesla's Model S and Model X
"Your next tesla infotainment system if you get a model lesser a model x. Might use an amd reisen processor and amd are dna to gpu. They didn't say which models but the model s. plaid with the new system starts deliveries june tenth. Not trying to make you buy a new car. But this this. This is important because i have noticed Some severe video lag when playing missile command and asteroids. In my tesla. So i i'm. I'm really do that a lot do you.
Acer 'Can Only Fill 50% of the Worldwide Demand' Due to Chip Shortage
"An interview acer. Ceo tiffany kwang said. The company can still about fifty percent of demand on average due to the shortage. Saying the situation won't likely change until at least q. Two of twenty twenty two quake said the shortage caused a sort of focused on its education products rather than its gaming lineup.
AMD Announces Radeon RX 6000M Series
"Computrac. Amd announced the radio on our six thousand m series of laptop. Gpa's the sixty eight hundred m sixty seven hundred and sixty six hundred m. these are based on the our dna to architecture support smart access memory and smart shift to ship thermal limits of the cpu and gpu for best performance with the rx sixty eight hundred m and sixty six hundred m shopping to opium's now
AMD's New CPU Socket Just Leaked
"Man. Do you remember when it was intel. Cpu launches were exciting. Yeah you also remember when. Cps weren't like absolute massive chagas. I was actually expecting you to say no. Because it's been a while why i mean that's true. It's such a weird flip. Remember the twenty six hundred k. Okay like if you if you look back it when you and i started working together which was old longtime over ten years now we we have flipped from all intel news to all. Amd news base basically. It's been such a long time. You think that at least some point in their it would essentially be a time where it was like really notably both and we had a little bit of that. Crossover here there. But it's pretty much just been all intel news or all. Amd news really weird. Yeah we're in the amd era and this is according to a leak from executed fix. Who apparently has a pretty good track record with. Amd leaks that the upcoming amd am five socket will be lga seventeen eighteen. So this'll be similar to most intel and all of amd's threader processors in that instead of using pins on the bottom of the cpu and then little holes in the socket on the motherboard going to use pads on the cpu and then a landlord array of pins in the motherboard itself. So we've actually got a display. Capture this images from at you fix. Cbs's ono now. I've moved other things. That's okay there. We go supposedly this is what. Am five rafael will look like from the bottom. That's right you're seeing it here. I unless you follow at excu exceed exceed q fix on twitter. That's all one thousand seven hundred and eighteen pens
AMD Is NOT Ripping off Intel
"Topic. I can't remember what it is Yes amd is not ripping off intel. Allow me to explain. It would be easy to say. Oh hey wait. Hold on a second i mean. Amd's releasing a hybrid cpu. That just sounds a lot like intel alder lake which is the codename for their twelve generation courses processors which are going to use the us high performance golden cove course alongside power saving grace mont course with the idea being that you get performance when you need it and power saving when you don't but in fact intel is not the first one to have that idea and there's a whole lot else going on with their zen five architecture that has really nothing to do with what intel's doing so first things first then five will apparently be based on. Tsm's threes n three process. Node which i think they. They're just kinda changing up the nomenclature on us. I actually didn't know that they call them. Okay maybe they're not because they're referring to their seven nanometers and seven so. I've just never heard that branding for it before. Go figure so. Their entry process node is to full nodes away from current seven nanometer node with tsmc and has claimed to be one point seven times as dense as five nanometer which is itself one point eight times as dense as seven nanometer. And we're expecting somewhere in the neighborhood of a fifty plus percent Increase in power efficiency compared to seven nanometer. And wow so fifteen percent faster than fifteen percent faster. What would that. What would that be something like thirty five or so thirty five or so percent faster than seven nanometer as well now. Amdi
Microsoft Launches Surface Laptop 4
"Microsoft announced a new twenty twenty one surface laptop. I thought we were going to suffer. Pru suffered pro eight because suffer. Spruce seven to stem domino microsoft. Here but this emphasis. Pro seven chemo in two thousand and nineteen thus basically back in the the old days that's the daily and before went to sleep before you fell asleep and then the water suffers pro seven plus we must admit. I didn't know anything about until last week. I've been talking to microsoft about trying to review the new surface laptop and they were saying. Warbirds suffers pro seven. Plus now the voice that but it's a business only addition laptops. He can only buy for business and that was released and twenty twenty it also is not huge amount of difference to be honest this more business focused interested but no this is quite cool. Am surface laptop. Reviews are in and so far as getting fairly. Decent reviews called suffers not top four. This is now getting eleventh gen until core processors which is pretty cool. And also i think for the first time there's an amd processor option as well. The zen two cds. Now you know more about this. Do what does that mean. Well i thought. I did. But the more i listened to try and understand it the more confused i get because of the naming on the. Amd processors is crazy so actually. Three's the latest generation of processors at least for the desktop. So i'm not sure about the lattes versions of the cpu so yeah we're talking. Zen two architecture which is the last gen is a bit. Like you you get with the intel. I five you can have generation four thousand the way up so the most recent one which is the eleven so yeah But this is actually. We're starting to see laptops becoming available with the news then. Amd processors because on the desktop side of things they are absolutely amazing and they are killing intel
Using Gene Therapy to Create a Drug Biofactory Within Patients
"Laurent. Thanks for joining us. Thank you for having me. We're gonna talk about wet age. Related macular degeneration aviram and its efforts to develop gene therapies for this and other conditions. Let's start with. Amd what is it. How does it manifests itself in progress. So wet n. g. or wet or neo vascular related. Macular degeneration is a disease. That affects Nuns of people globally. It manifests itself by fluid. That accumulates in the macula novice vision and patients. Who have this disease start. Losing their sights pretty rapidly. The current treatment of these patients Which has been developed since the mid thousand is to inject on a monthly or bimonthly basis in there. I a an antibody called an anti theft. The leading drugs. I leo flavors and it works quite well in studies. Where patients could. Actually i recover partner vision and maintain its with these frequent injections however in the real world over two years for a number of reasons Patients tend to lose vision. So there's a clear unmet medical need for treatments that are longer lasting and can bear real efficacy.
Broadway Actress Who Learned How to Be Her Own Producer
"Well ashley kate. It is so wonderful to have you on the podcast. Thank you for being here. Thank you so much for having me. Patrick it's a joy to be joining you today. Well i wanna get started out as we all. Do you know we come from different family. Lives we come from different Home lives and yours really was like everyone was in the performing arts. So did you feel like pressure to do. It was like a right of passage to start. You know that's an awesome question. Because i i really believe we are You know we come from where we come from we. Are you know a representation kind of kambli light if you will especially when it comes to the entertainment industry yes. I was born and raised in a loving musical kunar family so my parents were never You know stern stage parents if you will but they were. You know loving supportive an honest leaders in the industry if you will My mother still proudly works at the professional dinner theatre in southern indiana kentucky area In at her age which is beautiful and ripe age heading into her early sixties soon. But she's been married since her early twenties and it's unbelievable that consistency of her career amd And my father or the the late and great. Ernie adams was just the most loving generous man and a pillar in the musical theater community. Where i was born and raised in mobile kentucky and He unfortunately passed away for years ago due to cancer but his legacy is living on through me and my sister who's also in the industry ten years younger than me. Who's a phenomenal singer. And she just got off the due to the pandemic the national tour of charleena chocolate factory. So exactly what you're saying the family business you know. Some people make you know Air conditioning and heating and cooling in our family business is is entertainment and the theater so very wonderful upbringing and very honest portrayal of what. I was getting myself into
What's Going On With Graphics Card Prices?
"Graphics card prices have gone up. We're not just talking new graphics card. Prices were talking used graphics cards as well and that pretty rough here so Both companies have had problems. First of all with scalpers of course Consoles also have had scalpers and quite frankly there has been a huge supply of consoles at the retail stores. I know working at a retail store. We've not had that many playstation five or What's the latest version of the xbox. I can't remember off the top my head. i'm sorry has slipped my mind. But i think you know what i'm talking about the xbox series x. That's what it is that came to mind. Finally but yeah. We haven't had very many of those scalpers have to buy up a lot of the supply of the graphics cards same with consoles and flipping them on ebay to make like probably about twice as much or even more quite frankly because people are just willing to pay those prices But graphics cards especially they've had problems with scalpers and there have been bought created to check windows graphics. Cards come in stock for the scalpers to go automatically by those graphics cards so you the consumer can't get the graphics card so easily and neva invidia or amd rarely like thus. They've both been trying to do things to keep that from happening. Because they know that they're mainly seen as a gaming type of company are both. Amd nvidia now. of course. they're real bread. Butter right now is in like machine. Learning and i quite frankly. That's where the real money is for them but they have graphics cards to at the majority of consumers are wanting gaming graphics cards When it comes to amd and video and if the gamers can't get those graphics cards while that puts both amd an nvidia in a bad lights quite frankly even if they are making a ton of money off of the cards at still does it. look good for either
Acer faces huge ransomware demand
"Computer manufacturer. Acer is facing a fifty million dollar ransomware demand. Several news agencies are reporting. They are saying the gang known as are evil posted a notice last week on its website that it has copied documents from the company and will publish them unless the ransom is paid. If the ransom isn't paid by march twenty eighth it will double in a statement to media. Acer said it has reported what it calls recent abnormals situations to the police last week. Acer said it had net income of two hundred sixty three million dollars in twenty twenty administrators with network controllers from f. Five networks have had over a week to install the latest security patches after discovery of serious vulnerabilities. Well it's more urgent than ever to patch because threat actors are now actively trying to exploit those holes. If your firm hasn't acted it may pay a price some legal news to report. Russian man has been sentenced to ten years in prison and a man from north macedonia to five years by an american judge this for their roles in the fraud and theft green called the in fraud organization for eight years. The gang pedaled stolen and counterfeit ide- bank accounts and credit card information. At one point a claim to have ten thousand participants buying and selling goods police estimate the losses to victims was over. Five hundred million dollars of virginia. Man has been sentenced to thirty one years in prison for a sex torsion scheme. The thirty six year old coerced at least thirteen girls into sending him sexually explicit photos. He pretended to be a teenage girl on social media. When they sent him photos he posts to other social media sites on the girls protested. He demanded more photos if they wanted. The pictures deleted last august. I reported that a russian man was caught trying to bribe at tesla employees to install. Now where on the car company servers that russian has pleaded guilty in a us court to being part of a conspiracy to damage computers. According to court documents. The plan was to steal data from the electric car manufacturer and then demand money or the information would be published. He'll be sentenced in may meanwhile. Us grand jury has issued an indictment against a resident of switzerland for allegedly being part of a group that hacked into copied and published data from a number of unnamed companies. The indictment alleges the person operated a website. The publishes stolen data according to the bleeping computer. Service that site has stolen data from a number of firms including amd intel qualcomm nissan lenovo and nintendo. Are you eager to be invited to join a club. House chat group if so beware of a fake clubhouse website it tries to lure people into downloading a poisoned android. Clubhouse app says security company e set. There is no official android clubhouse app yet. There's only an apple app. The other way to know that this is a fake site is that it has a button that says get it on google
"amd" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast
"What are we gonna talk about. We're going to talk a little bit more about spiderman let's do. Amd right now so reg. Do you have anything up. This is a md. Cpu's right were beating until now you go for cover. New skews shat wedges. Talk and i'll try to answer them in text reg there's new mdc pills and we finally got the benchmarks for third parties which basically confirmed what will the empty was showing in their presentation. So they're wearing really overselling their stats Across the board on average speeding that ten nine hundred km from inflow so the best. I nine you can get the bigger more expensive. Reisen processors are better than that And i think the one that's on the same coast level is also beating the ten nine hundred in most games and in all applications apart from i think premier was one of those where. Amd was kind of weak by comparison but blend eyesight throw everything that's very optimized for multi core is super fast and for the first time also in gains. They're eating which so far was still well specialty. They killed at least always clean. We are still the best for gaming well if the new generation that's claim over the most expensive city you is five thousand nine hundred fifty s at i think eight hundred bucks or seven hundred not totally sure about that around that range and that one is not really for gaming. That's if you have a lot of regular workload as well as based because that's sixteen core processor that's The a long long way from a games needing that many courses that many course most the still seem to be very much optimized for four to six cores that range. So you're more looking at the smaller process. Cering the five hundred dollar range which is two five thousand nine hundred x site leave but either way. The big news i think is that the md is has taken the crown from influence to came in as well yes and also just real quick they they have the Fifty six hundred x which is kind of a gaming focused.
"amd" Discussed on Digital Coffee
"Give you a better engine performance. They also have their own lack technology as well which looked very interesting. They also have real long time Ray tracing which is their first generation or first version besides invidious second version of their RTX as well. Now the smart access technology, which is the one I told you about our Sam for short is interesting in the way that it's going to be borrowing full access or the CPU is going to have. Just the GPU memory so we can better efficiently. Like I said before load things and not be so bogged down by that but they did have some other ones which is supersampling wage and other types of features, which I think is supersampling is going to be some type of version of the d e l s s as well, but we're not really sure about that cuz there really wasn't much on their actual features Beyond just saying, hey look we can actually be Nvidia and I'm glad to see that they're actually beating Nvidia on some games and not others. I'm glad to see they're falling going up against the 3090. I didn't think they actually would do it but they are finally going up against it now. Well actually beat it out. We'll have to see an actual reviews, but for right now they said they can beat it or at least be in some games and lose to it in other games. Which is interesting to see now do I think this is great for consumers. Of course, it basically just says that Nvidia has to be sure that they're on the right track of not letting AMD bring them out on everything that they're doing right now. But like I said before AMD is prepping for the alternative for the Nvidia d l s which should be interesting to see what they actually do. If it's open source the office usually do which is open cross-platform alternative, which is another great thing because AMD is usually about more open sourcing than Invidia is videos always about locking it down for their own uses. So like I said before I'm not really sure what it is, but the supersampling might actually be that like I said, they also had a mesh type of feature for graphics at home of other stuff that Sounded nice, but it really didn't have really didn't do anything for me. It was like, okay. This is all cool. Now them actually showing off their real-time. Ray tracing was interesting in general. But until we see reviews from YouTubers in the like we won't really know for sure. Now, it's looking good that you have to wait too long launch of the gpus from AMD because good luck trying to find Nvidia graphics cards be on the 3070 if you got lucky enough to even get that one. So that's what problem are running into the reason why it's so hard to find these cards are by these cars right now is a lot of people are trying to upgrade or trying to scalp as well. So you have two different groups vying for it. And unfortunately, it just makes it for what really frustrating experience to actually upgrade your own computer. But that's where we're at right now. But what did you think did you think amd's graphics cards are actually going to be good or just like hey and he's always try to do this and they haven't really actually done a really good.
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"The mice that you actually want the most. All right up next is motherboards. And these are further down the ryzen 5000 CPU and looks like them MSI Meg b550 Unity boards will be able to overclock memory 265 536 megahertz as achieved now. Do you really need that fast? Probably not because the sweet spot is usually about thirty-two to thirty-six hundred thousand and this is way over it. There hasn't been at least from what I've seen from different types of people testing these out much performance boost in doing it faster than that. So, yes, you can do it faster. Does it really matter? Not that much to be honest with you, but it's good to see that they're still pushing those clock speeds on the ram, but it's negligible on if it actually does anything for you or not. All right, moving on to a rumor mill that well I said last week that looks like those newer Nvidia graphics cards, the t i or whatever they're going to call it for the 30 80070 maybe cancel is 3081. Well, it looks like it's not actually really canceled because rumors are rumors and this is why I don't like to talk about too many of them. But I think it's good to come back with it saying just kidding is not really cancelled but it could be that the 38 e t I will have 12 or 24 gigabytes of GTR 6X Ram RV RAM and 9984 course, which is quite a bit up from the previous one. They're not really going to probably doing 24 because if it's 24 gigabytes. Of vram, then you're actually hitting the 3019 the 13 is $1,500 and $38 was $700. So you got to be careful with how much vram are going to put into it just because people are like well, I have a choice might as well go 38 instead of $39 because the 38 e is a lot smaller and not as big and the GDP is not as bad. Now. The big navvy is even better in the TP in that range and that usually basically means is the wattage actually uses because you have to count up everything you're going to be home for a power supply to make sure you have enough power to power everything it gets a little hairy and invidious never been really good at Power efficiency. AMD has always been really really good at Power efficiency. Now, he's gone to another new hardware which is the ever media new web Campbell livestreamer cam 5:13 or the PW 5:13, and this one actually does fog Hey, it also is a bigger. It has detachable Cable in the back which is always good to see because a lot of webcams do not have that and you know that when it doesn't have detachable cam you could really mess up those cords. It uses a USB C connection to power which is always good to see in 2020. I don't want to see those micro USB is anymore that is old timey off. That is not what we need anymore. I don't need anymore. Those old cables. I have too many of those USB C is the way to go. It does 1080 in 60 frames-per-second or today and Thursday for 2nd and 4K and thirty frames per second, which is a really good step up. Now. This is good for people that actually want to have a premium-quality webcam without spending a whole bunch of money for a DSLR. It's about 250 bucks. So it's.
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"Also extra key caps. They always have RGB lighting if you really care about that, which uses the IQ software as well, but it's also going to be $230. So for the price of getting the G 905 of the g910 keyless, which is Wireless, you can get me that one. Now it's a pretty hefty price tag. I would actually go with more of the wireless one if I was looking for a new keyboard because it's still wired. So even though it's just have a lot of different interesting ideas pools about it. I would go with the wired or wireless keyboard because less cords because my thing is that I've got off of cords everywhere. It's getting to the point of just It's awful. It's really awful cordless is always the best way of going. Yes. I know you always charge it or you have to always look for ways of charging it but charge you every once awhile to always have my back yard and you can't move it around. I choose that one instead, but it's still really nice keyboard it just pricey for a wired keyboard. I get that has a lot of features on it. But like I said, it's about $20 cheaper than getting them. G 915. So there you have it. Also of course here is launching the empty 460 with up to eight terabytes of storage. Now, this is still using the PCI gen3. So it's not really going to be that quick. It's going to be around 3,400 reads 3000, right, which is really not good. I would wait for the next Generation. This is not really worthy of it. Yes, you can get a terabyte for over a thousand dollars, which is completely ridiculous. But that's where we're at. Right now. I'm glad to see that in Vietnamese are getting more storage space but It's still gen3. It's not that great. Now. It looks like prior to the AMD ryzen 3 announcement Asus decided to unveil its new or five or more updated motherboards. You have the dark hero in the Raw get streaks be 55 x z motherboard for ryzen 5,000 Zen 3 and they look perfect resting. I do like that. They do have two slots for the nvme and. Two drives which is always good. They also have to USB C back into generation slots for your USB as well. They also have Wi-Fi 6 on there. They have gigabit Ethernet as well. So it should be interesting to see how well this is actually going to be due but the two M. To drive is pretty good in the 23.2 Gentoo as well slots is always a welcome sight for those types of things. Cuz you always want more of those newer slots than the older slots, but we'll see how well that does. The B fifty also has similar things as well. It does have Wi-Fi is have Wi-Fi 6 which always want as well. And it has some similar things to the more expensive one like to M. Do you heat sinks as well? So you're really going to get a pretty good deal for the be 55 motherboards as well. So look out for that now I didn't see anything about Bluetooth. So we're looking for Bluetooth in your motherboard that's missing from that page. Well now moving on to the main event, which is AMD fiber announces the rise in five thousand CPUs and it's coming out November 5th, and there's several different variants the most expensive or the biggest one is.