31 Burst results for "Seven Nanometer"

Microsoft Sets out New Data Storage Options for European Customers

Daily Tech News Show

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Microsoft Sets out New Data Storage Options for European Customers

"Microsoft president brad smith announced eu commercial and public sector. Customers will be able to store and process most of their data within the eu by the end of twenty twenty two microsoft calls this the eu data boundary for the microsoft cloud which will be available as an option across azer microsoft three six five and dynamics three six five microsoft or the guidelines by leading companies store their own data in the eu and the new plan exceeds legal requirements by including processing of personal data including data used by microsoft to provide technical supports. Ibm announced a two nanometer node. Chip can't get too much smaller. There's only two nanometers left claiming it offers forty five percent better performance at the same power compared to the current seven nanometer processes out there with a potential density of three hundred thirty three million transistors per square millimeter. Ibm did not announce details on the test ship or even when a two nanometer process would be ready for mass production. But the i believe the ibm press release read i billboard will publish a new daily chart ranking of the most popular songs in the us based on twitter conversations creatively called the billboard hot trending powered by twitter according to twitter's head of entertainment partnerships sarah rosen. Music is the most popular conversation topic on the platform. Twitter also announced new video partnerships to make live and on demand shows with billboard but also with genius refinery twenty nine tastes made the mlb nbc olympics and nbc universal news the nhl ride games and the wnba nintendo forecast a twelve percent drop in sales of the switch for the financial year ending march. Twenty twenty two because of expected lack of parts nintendo expects to sell twenty two point. Five million switches this year but that's compared to twenty eight point eight million last year. A nintendo also reported that it has now sold a total of eighty four point five nine million switches since launch

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Rage, Rage Against the Dying of Moore's Law

Techmeme Ride Home

02:49 min | 1 year ago

Rage, Rage Against the Dying of Moore's Law

"The tech industry is continuing to rage rage against the dying of moore's law. Ibm says it has created the first ever to nanometer chip which ibm says could improve performance by forty five percent at the same power or five percent energy at the same performance compared to seven nanometer. Chips quoting mantech. Every decade is the decade that test. The limits of moore's law and this decade is no different with the arrival of extreme ultraviolet or e uv technology the intricacies of multi pattering techniques developed. On previous technology nodes can now be applied with the finer resolution that e uv provides that along with other more technical improvements can lead to a decrease in transistor size and ebeling the future of semiconductors to that end today ibm is announcing it is created the world's first two nanometer node chip just to clarify here while the process node is being called to nanometer. Nothing about the transistor dimensions resembles a traditional expectation of wet. Two nanometers might be in the past. The dimension used to be an equivalent metric for two d. feature size on the chip such as ninety nanometer sixty five nanometer and forty nanometer however with the advent of three d. transistor design with thin sets and others. The process node name is now an interpretation of an equivalent to transistor design some of the features on the ship are likely to be low single digits in actual nanometers such as transistor finley protection layers. But it's important to note the disconnect in how process nodes are currently named often the argument pivots to transistor density as a more accurate metric. And this is something that ibm is sharing with us. Today's announcement states that ibm's two nanometer development will improve performance by forty five percent at the same power or seventy five percent energy at the same performance compared to modern seven nanometer processors ibm is keen to point out that it was the first research institution to demonstrate seven nanometers. Back in two thousand fifteen and five nanometers in two thousand seventeen the latter of which upgraded from sin sets to nanno sheet technologies that allow for a greater customization of the voltage characteristics of individual transistors. Ibm states that. The technology can fit fifty billion transistors onto a chip. The size of a fingernail reached out to ibm to ask for clarification on what the size of a fingernail was given that internally we were coming up with numbers from fifty square millimeters two hundred fifty square millimetres. Ibm's press relations stated that the fingernail in this context is one hundred and fifty square millimeters. That puts ibm's transistor density at three hundred and thirty three million transistors per square

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AMD Is NOT Ripping off Intel

The WAN Show Podcast

01:55 min | 1 year ago

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

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"seven nanometer" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"seven nanometer" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"We don't know how to make our stuff work on your equipment. So that's going away to help with capacity of chip-making in the world because that's the problem. Everybody's having right now. Intel also announced it will invest twenty billion dollars to add to new chip fabs to existing facilities it has in chandler arizona. Those are set to go online in two thousand twenty four. So they're not gonna ease the current chip shortage it anytime soon but they will be there. Arizona is actually becoming a booming hotbed for manufacturing. Tsmc is planning to build something in the phoenix area. Samsung is considering building in arizona. Also considering austin so it may go one way or the other and until wants to go head to head with them on building chips. Tsmc and samsung get a lot of business from apple and qualcomm and others and gelsinger said in his announcement. He would love to build chips for apple he would love to build the m one chip for apple. Yes the same apple that intel is running ads. Slamming gelsinger said is clearly a copetition story and keep in mind until foundry services is a standalone company. Samsung does this all the time where the electronics side is slamming. Somebody that they actually build parts for in the other. Part of samsung makes chips. So until could just be like that well. Intel wants to build for others. It will also continue to take advantage of letting others build its chips where that makes sense. Everybody thought they were gonna go that they were going to become fabulous. Tsmc gets more than seven billion dollars of business from intel a year and that will continue with especially high performance chips like the supercomputer oriented seven. Nanometer ponte vecchio. They will continue where it makes sense to be like. Yeah we'll we'll outsource some stuff but we're also going to beef up. Our fabrication capacity. Gal singer is new to intel. Sort of he led the architect of the four eighty six chip back in the day and was cto when he left intel in two thousand nine. After thirty years there he went on to become ceo at emc and ceo. Of vm ware in the intervening years and he returned to intel as ceo february fifteenth this year and seems to have generated a lot of enthusiasm within the company. Also in case you're wondering they did announce something about seven nanometer. Seven nanometer consumer chip production. That's meteor lake is on scheduled to start in volume in twenty twenty three But the big news here is intel making turn away from like maybe becoming a fabulous company to saying no no. The money is in macon chips for everybody else instead of trying to compete with apple and hired justin long and try to sell more intel chips. Let's make the one chip we that way we could. We could sell intel chips to to windows pc makers and get some money out of making chips for apple qualcomm..

samsung phoenix apple Samsung chandler twenty billion dollars two thousand Seven nanometer gelsinger Intel february fifteenth this year one chip windows twenty twenty three more than seven billion dollar austin twenty four one way a year seven nanometer
"seven nanometer" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"seven nanometer" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"We don't know how to make our stuff work on your equipment. So that's going away to help with capacity of chip-making in the world because that's the problem. Everybody's having right now. Intel also announced it will invest twenty billion dollars to add to new chip fabs to existing facilities it has in chandler arizona. Those are set to go online in two thousand twenty four. So they're not gonna ease the current chip shortage it anytime soon but they will be there. Arizona is actually becoming a booming hotbed for manufacturing. Tsmc is planning to build something in the phoenix area. Samsung is considering building in arizona. Also considering austin so it may go one way or the other and until wants to go head to head with them on building chips. Tsmc and samsung get a lot of business from apple and qualcomm and others and gelsinger said in his announcement he he would love to build chips for apple he would love to build the m one chip for apple. Yes the same apple that intel is running ads. Slamming gelsinger said is clearly a copetition story and keep in mind until foundry services is a standalone company. Samsung does this all the time where the electronics side is slamming. Somebody that they actually build parts for in the other. Part of samsung makes chips. So until could just be like that well. Intel wants to build for others. It will also continue to take advantage of letting others build its chips where that makes sense. Everybody thought they were gonna go that they were going to become fabulous. Tsmc gets more than seven billion dollars of business from intel a year and that will continue with especially high performance chips like the supercomputer oriented seven. Nanometer ponte vecchio. They will continue where it makes sense to be like. Yeah we'll we'll outsource some stuff but we're also going to beef up. Our fabrication capacity. Gal singer is new to intel. Sort of he led the architect of the four eighty six chip back in the day and was cto when he left intel in two thousand nine. After thirty years there he went on to become ceo at emc and ceo. Of vm ware in the intervening years and he returned to intel as ceo february fifteenth this year and seems to have generated a lot of enthusiasm within the company. Also in case you're wondering they did announce something about seven nanometer. Seven nanometer consumer chip production. That's meteor lake is on scheduled to start in volume in twenty twenty three But the big news here is intel making turn away from like maybe becoming a fabulous company to saying no no. The money is in macon chips for everybody else instead of trying to compete with apple and hired justin long and try to sell more intel chips. Let's make the one chip we that way we could. We could sell intel chips to to windows pc makers and get some money out of making chips for apple qualcomm..

samsung phoenix apple Samsung chandler gelsinger twenty billion dollars two thousand Intel Seven nanometer february fifteenth this year one chip windows more than seven billion dollar twenty twenty three austin a year twenty four seven nanometer one way
"seven nanometer" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"seven nanometer" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"We don't know how to make our stuff work on your equipment. So that's going away to help with capacity of chip-making in the world because that's the problem. Everybody's having right now. Intel also announced it will invest twenty billion dollars to add to new chip fabs to existing facilities it has in chandler arizona. Those are set to go online in two thousand twenty four so they're not gonna ease the current chip shortage it anytime soon but they will be. There is actually become a booming hotbed for manufacturing. Tsmc is planning to build something in the phoenix area. Samsung is considering building in arizona. Also considering austin so it may go one way or the other and until wants to go head to head with them on building chips. Tsmc and samsung get a lot of business from apple and qualcomm and others and gelsinger said in his announcement he he would love to build chips for apple he would love to build the m one chip for apple. Yes the same apple that intel is running ads. Slamming gelsinger said is clearly a copetition story and keep in mind until foundry services is a standalone company. Samsung does this all the time where the electronics side is slamming. Somebody that they actually build parts for in the other. Part of samsung makes chips. So until could just be like that well. Intel wants to build for others. It will also continue to take advantage of letting others build its chips where that makes sense. Everybody thought they were gonna go that they were going to become fabulous. Tsmc gets more than seven billion dollars of business from intel a year and that will continue with especially high performance chips like the supercomputer oriented seven. Nanometer ponte vecchio will continue where it makes sense to be like. Yeah we'll we'll outsource some stuff but we're also going to beef up. Our fabrication capacity. Gal singer is new to intel. Sort of he led the architect of the four eighty six chip back in the day and was cto when he left intel in two thousand nine. After thirty years there he went on to become ceo at emc and ceo. Of vm ware in the intervening years and he returned to intel as ceo february fifteenth year and seems to have generated a lot of enthusiasm within the company. Also in case you're wondering they did announce something about seven nanometer. Seven nanometer consumer chip production. That's meteor lake is on scheduled to start in volume in twenty twenty three But the big news here is intel making turn away from like maybe becoming a fabulous company to saying no no. The money is in macon chips for everybody else instead of trying to compete with apple and hired justin long and try to sell more intel chips. Let's make the one chip we that way we could. We could sell intel chips to to windows pc makers and get some money out of making chips for apple qualcomm..

samsung arizona phoenix apple Samsung twenty billion dollars gelsinger february fifteenth two thousand Seven nanometer Intel twenty twenty three justin one chip more than seven billion dollar windows twenty four seven nanometer a year qualcomm
"seven nanometer" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"seven nanometer" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"We don't know how to make our stuff work on your equipment. So that's going away to help with capacity of chip-making in the world because that's the problem. Everybody's having right now. Intel also announced it will invest twenty billion dollars to add to new chip fabs to existing facilities it has in chandler arizona. Those are set to go online in two thousand twenty four. So they're not gonna ease the current chip shortage it anytime soon but they will be there. Arizona is actually becoming a booming hotbed for manufacturing. Tsmc is planning to build something in the phoenix area. Samsung is considering building in arizona. Also considering austin so it may go one way or the other and until wants to go head to head with them on building chips. Tsmc and samsung get a lot of business from apple and qualcomm and others and gelsinger said in his announcement he he would love to build chips for apple. He would love to build the m one chip for apple. Yes the same apple that intel's running ads. Slamming gelsinger said is clearly a copetition story and keep in mind until foundry services is a standalone company. Samsung does this all the time where the electronics side is slamming. Somebody that they actually build parts for in the other. Part of samsung makes chips. So until could just be like that well. Intel wants to build for others. It will also continue to take advantage of letting others build its chips where that makes sense. Everybody thought they were gonna go that they were going to become fabulous. Tsmc gets more than seven billion dollars of business from intel a year and that will continue with especially high performance chips like the supercomputer oriented seven. Nanometer ponte vecchio. They will continue where it makes sense to be like. Yeah we'll we'll outsource some stuff but we're also going to beef up. Our fabrication capacity. Gal singer is new to intel. Sort of he led the architect of the four eighty six chip back in the day and was cto when he left intel in two thousand nine. After thirty years there he went on to become ceo at emc and ceo. Of vm ware in the intervening years and he returned to intel as ceo february fifteenth this year and seems to have generated a lot of enthusiasm within the company. Also in case you're wondering they did announce something about seven nanometer. Seven nanometer consumer chip production. That's meteor lake is on scheduled to start in volume in twenty twenty three But the big news here is intel making turn away from like maybe becoming a fabulous company to saying no no. The money is in macon chips for everybody else instead of trying to compete with apple and hired justin long and try to sell more intel chips. Let's make the one chip we that way we could. We could sell intel chips to to windows pc makers and get some money out of making chips for apple qualcomm..

samsung phoenix apple Samsung chandler twenty billion dollars two thousand Seven nanometer Intel one chip more than seven billion dollar windows february fifteenth this year twenty twenty three gelsinger austin twenty four seven nanometer a year one way
"seven nanometer" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"seven nanometer" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"We don't know how to make our stuff work on your equipment. So that's going away to help with capacity of chip-making in the world because that's the problem. Everybody's having right now. Intel also announced it will invest twenty billion dollars to add to new chip fabs to existing facilities it has in chandler arizona. Those are set to go online in two thousand twenty four. So they're not gonna ease the current chip shortage it anytime soon but they will be there. Arizona is actually becoming a booming hotbed for manufacturing. Tsmc is planning to build something in the phoenix area. Samsung is considering building in arizona. Also considering austin so it may go one way or the other and until wants to go head to head with them on building chips. Tsmc and samsung get a lot of business from apple and qualcomm and others and gelsinger said in his announcement he he would love to build chips for apple he would love to build the m one chip for apple. Yes the same apple that intel is running ads. Slamming gelsinger said is clearly a copetition story and keep in mind until foundry services is a standalone company. Samsung does this all the time where the electronics side is slamming. Somebody that they actually build parts for in the other. Part of samsung makes chips. So until could just be like that well. Intel wants to build for others. It will also continue to take advantage of letting others build its chips where that makes sense. Everybody thought they were gonna go that they were going to become fabulous. Tsmc gets more than seven billion dollars of business from intel a year and that will continue with especially high performance chips like the supercomputer oriented seven. Nanometer ponte vecchio. They will continue where it makes sense to be like. Yeah we'll we'll outsource some stuff but we're also going to beef up. Our fabrication capacity. Gal singer is new to intel. Sort of he led the architect of the four eighty six chip back in the day and was cto when he left intel in two thousand nine. After thirty years there he went on to become ceo at emc and ceo. Of vm ware in the intervening years and he returned to intel as ceo february fifteenth. Here and seems to have generated a lot of enthusiasm within the company also in case. You're wondering they did announce something about seven nanometer. Seven nanometer consumer chip production. That's meteor lake is on scheduled to start in volume in twenty twenty three But the big news here is intel making turn away from like maybe becoming a fabulous company to saying no no. The money is in macon chips for everybody else instead of trying to compete with apple and hired justin long and try to sell more intel chips. Let's make the one chip we that way we could. We could sell intel chips to to windows pc makers and get some money out of making chips for apple qualcomm..

samsung phoenix apple Samsung february fifteenth chandler gelsinger twenty billion dollars two thousand Intel Seven nanometer justin one chip twenty twenty three more than seven billion dollar windows austin a year twenty four one way
"seven nanometer" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"seven nanometer" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"We don't know how to make our stuff work on your equipment. So that's going away to help with capacity of chip-making in the world because that's the problem. Everybody's having right now. Intel also announced it will invest twenty billion dollars to add to new chip fabs to existing facilities it has in chandler arizona. Those are set to go online in two thousand twenty four. So they're not gonna ease the current chip shortage it anytime soon but they will be there. Arizona is actually becoming a booming hotbed for manufacturing. Tsmc is planning to build something in the phoenix area. Samsung is considering building in arizona. Also considering austin so it may go one way or the other and until wants to go head to head with them on building chips. Tsmc and samsung get a lot of business from apple and qualcomm and others and gelsinger said in his announcement he he would love to build chips for apple he would love to build the m one chip for apple. Yes the same apple that intel is running ads. Slamming gelsinger said is clearly a copetition story and keep in mind until foundry services is a standalone company. Samsung does this all the time where the electronics side is slamming. Somebody that they actually build parts for in the other. Part of samsung makes chips. So until could just be like that well. Intel wants to build for others. It will also continue to take advantage of letting others build its chips where that makes sense. Everybody thought they were gonna go that they were going to become fabulous. Tsmc gets more than seven billion dollars of business from intel a year and that will continue with especially high performance chips like the supercomputer oriented seven. Nanometer ponte vecchio will continue where it makes sense to be like. Yeah we'll we'll outsource some stuff but we're also going to beef up. Our fabrication capacity. Gal singer is new to intel. Sort of he led the architect of the four eighty six chip back in the day and was cto when he left intel in two thousand nine. After thirty years there he went on to become ceo at emc and ceo. Of vm ware in the intervening years and he returned to intel as ceo february fifteenth. Here and seems to have generated a lot of enthusiasm within the company also in case. You're wondering they did announce something about seven nanometer. Seven nanometer consumer chip production. That's meteor lake is on scheduled to start in volume in twenty twenty three But the big news here is intel making turn away from like maybe becoming a fabulous company to saying no no. The money is in macon chips for everybody else instead of trying to compete with apple and hired justin long and try to sell more intel chips. Let's make the one chip we that way we could. We could sell intel chips to to windows pc makers and get some money out of making chips for apple qualcomm..

samsung phoenix february fifteenth apple Samsung chandler gelsinger twenty billion dollars two thousand Seven nanometer Intel more than seven billion dollar one chip twenty twenty three windows justin austin a year twenty four one way
"seven nanometer" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"seven nanometer" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"We don't know how to make our stuff work on your equipment. So that's going away to help with capacity of chip-making in the world because that's the problem. Everybody's having right now. Intel also announced it will invest twenty billion dollars to add to new chip fabs to existing facilities it has in chandler arizona. Those are set to go online in two thousand twenty four. So they're not gonna ease the current chip shortage it anytime soon but they will be there. Arizona is actually becoming a booming hotbed for manufacturing. Tsmc is planning to build something in the phoenix area. Samsung is considering building in arizona. Also considering austin so it may go one way or the other and until wants to go head to head with them on building chips. Tsmc and samsung get a lot of business from apple and qualcomm and others and gelsinger said in his announcement he he would love to build chips for apple. He would love to build the m one chip for apple. Yes the same apple that intel's running ads. Slamming gelsinger said is clearly a copetition story and keep in mind until foundry services is a standalone company. Samsung does this all the time where the electronics side is slamming. Somebody that they actually build parts for in the other. Part of samsung makes chips. So until could just be like that well. Intel wants to build for others. It will also continue to take advantage of letting others build its chips where that makes sense. Everybody thought they were gonna go that they were going to become fabulous. Tsmc gets more than seven billion dollars of business from intel a year and that will continue with especially high performance chips like the supercomputer oriented seven. Nanometer ponte vecchio. They will continue where it makes sense to be like. Yeah we'll we'll outsource some stuff but we're also going to beef up. Our fabrication capacity. Gal singer is new to intel. Sort of he led the architect of the four eighty six chip back in the day and was cto when he left intel in two thousand nine. After thirty years there he went on to become ceo at emc and ceo. Of vm ware in the intervening years and he returned to intel as ceo february fifteenth this year and seems to have generated a lot of enthusiasm within the company. Also in case you're wondering they did announce something about seven nanometer. Seven nanometer consumer chip production. That's meteor lake is on scheduled to start in volume in twenty twenty three But the big news here is intel making turn away from like maybe becoming a fabulous company to saying no no. The money is in macon chips for everybody else instead of trying to compete with apple and hired justin long and try to sell more intel chips. Let's make the one chip we that way we could. We could sell intel chips to to windows. Pc makers and get some money out of making chips for apple qualcomm. whoever else wants it and also doesn't just sort of signal..

samsung phoenix apple Samsung chandler twenty billion dollars two thousand Seven nanometer Intel more than seven billion dollar one chip february fifteenth this year twenty twenty three gelsinger austin twenty four seven nanometer a year windows one way
"seven nanometer" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"seven nanometer" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"We don't know how to make our stuff work on your equipment. So that's going away to help with capacity of chip-making in the world because that's the problem. Everybody's having right now. Intel also announced it will invest twenty billion dollars to add to new chip fabs to existing facilities it has in chandler arizona. Those are set to go online in two thousand twenty four. So they're not gonna ease the current chip shortage it anytime soon but they will be there. Arizona is actually becoming a booming hotbed for manufacturing. Tsmc is planning to build something in the phoenix area. Samsung is considering building in arizona. Also considering austin so it may go one way or the other and until wants to go head to head with them on building chips. Tsmc and samsung get a lot of business from apple and qualcomm and others and gelsinger said in his announcement he he would love to build chips for apple he would love to build the m one chip for apple. Yes the same apple that intel is running ads. Slamming gelsinger said is clearly a copetition story and keep in mind until foundry services is a standalone company. Samsung does this all the time where the electronics side is slamming. Somebody that they actually build parts for in the other. Part of samsung makes chips. So until could just be like that well. Intel wants to build for others. It will also continue to take advantage of letting others build its chips where that makes sense. Everybody thought they were gonna go that they were going to become fabulous. Tsmc gets more than seven billion dollars of business from intel a year and that will continue with especially high performance chips like the supercomputer oriented seven. Nanometer ponte vecchio. They will continue where it makes sense to be like. Yeah we'll we'll outsource some stuff but we're also going to beef up. Our fabrication capacity. Gal singer is new to intel. Sort of he led the architect of the four eighty six chip back in the day and was cto when he left intel in two thousand nine. After thirty years there he went on to become ceo at emc and ceo. Of vm ware in the intervening years and he returned to intel as ceo february fifteenth this year and seems to have generated a lot of enthusiasm within the company. Also in case you're wondering they did announce something about seven nanometer. Seven nanometer consumer chip production. That's meteor lake is on scheduled to start in volume in twenty twenty three But the big news here is intel making turn away from like maybe becoming a fabulous company to saying no no. The money is in macon chips for everybody else instead of trying to compete with apple and hired justin long and try to sell more intel chips. Let's make the one chip we that way we could. We could sell intel chips to to windows pc makers and get some money out of making chips for apple qualcomm. whoever else wants it and also doesn't just sort of signal..

samsung phoenix apple Samsung chandler gelsinger twenty billion dollars two thousand Intel Seven nanometer february fifteenth this year windows one chip more than seven billion dollar twenty twenty three austin a year twenty four seven nanometer one way
"seven nanometer" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"seven nanometer" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"We don't know how to make our stuff work on your equipment. So that's going away to help with capacity of chip-making in the world because that's the problem. Everybody's having right now. Intel also announced it will invest twenty billion dollars to add to new chip fabs to existing facilities it has in chandler arizona. Those are set to go online in two thousand twenty four. So they're not gonna ease the current chip shortage jitney time soon but they will be there. Arizona is actually becoming a booming hotbed for manufacturing. Tsmc is planning to build something in the phoenix area. Samsung is considering building in arizona. Also considering austin so it may go one way or the other and until wants to go head to head with them on building chips. Tsmc and samsung get a lot of business from apple and qualcomm others and gelsinger said in his announcement he he would love to build chips for apple he would love to build the m one chip for apple. Yes the same apple that intel is running ads. Slamming gelsinger said is clearly a copetition story and keep in mind until foundry services is a standalone company. Samsung does this all the time where the electronics side is slamming. Somebody that they actually build parts for in the other. Part of samsung makes chips. So until could just be like that well. Intel wants to build for others. It will also continue to take advantage of letting others build its chips where that makes sense. Everybody thought they were gonna go that they were going to become fabulous. Tsmc gets more than seven billion dollars of business from intel a year and that will continue with especially high performance chips like the supercomputer oriented seven. Nanometer ponte vecchio. They will continue where it makes sense to be like. Yeah we'll we'll outsource some stuff but we're also going to beef up. Our fabrication capacity. Gal singer is new to intel. Sort of he led the architect of the four eighty six chip back in the day and was cto when he left intel in two thousand nine. After thirty years there he went on to become ceo at emc and ceo. Of vm ware in the intervening years and he returned to intel as ceo february fifteenth this year and seems to have generated a lot of enthusiasm within the company. Also in case you're wondering they did announce something about seven nanometer. Seven nanometer consumer chip production. That's meteor lake is on scheduled to start in volume in twenty twenty three But the big news here is intel making turn away from like maybe becoming a fabulous company to saying no no. The money is in macon chips for everybody else instead of trying to compete with apple and hired justin long and try to sell more intel chips. Let's make the one chip we that way we could. We could sell intel chips to to windows pc makers and get some money out of making chips for apple qualcomm. whoever else wants it and also doesn't just sort of signal..

samsung Samsung phoenix gelsinger chandler apple twenty billion dollars two thousand Intel Seven nanometer february fifteenth this year windows one chip more than seven billion dollar twenty twenty three a year twenty four seven nanometer austin one way
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05:56 min | 1 year ago

"seven nanometer" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"We don't know how to make our stuff work on your equipment. So that's going away to help with capacity of chip-making in the world because that's the problem. Everybody's having right now. Intel also announced it will invest twenty billion dollars to add to new chip fabs to existing facilities it has in chandler arizona. Those are set to go online in two thousand twenty four so they're not gonna ease the current chip shortage it anytime soon but they will be. There is actually become a booming hotbed for manufacturing. Tsmc is planning to build something in the phoenix area. Samsung is considering building in arizona. Also considering austin so it may go one way or the other and until wants to go head to head with them on building chips. Tsmc and samsung get a lot of business from apple and qualcomm and others and gelsinger said in his announcement. He would love to build chips for apple he would love to build the m one chip for apple. Yes the same apple that intel's running ads. Slamming gelsinger said is clearly a copetition story and keep in mind until foundry services is a standalone company. Samsung does this all the time where the electronics side is slamming. Somebody that they actually build parts for in the other. Part of samsung makes chips. So until could just be like that well. Intel wants to build for others. It will also continue to take advantage of letting others build its chips where that makes sense. Everybody thought they were gonna go that they were going to become fabulous. Tsmc gets more than seven billion dollars of business from intel a year and that will continue with especially high performance chips like the supercomputer oriented seven. Nanometer ponte vecchio. They will continue where it makes sense to be like. Yeah we'll we'll outsource some stuff but we're also going to beef up. Our fabrication capacity. Guessing singer is new to intel. Sort of he led the architect of the four eighty six chip back in the day and was cto when he left intel in two thousand nine. After thirty years there he went on to become ceo at emc and ceo of vm ware in the intervening years and he returned to intel as ceo february fifteenth this year and seems to have generated a lot of enthusiasm within the company. Also in case you're wondering they did announce something about seven nanometer. Seven nanometer consumer chip production. That's meteor lake is on scheduled to start in volume in twenty twenty three But the big news here is intel making turn away from like maybe becoming a fabulous company to saying no no. The money is in making chips for everybody else instead of trying to compete with apple and hired justin long and try to sell more intel chips. Let's make the one chip we that way we could. We could sell intel chips to to windows pc makers and get some money out of making chips for apple qualcomm. whoever else wants it and also doesn't just sort of signal..

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AMD Reaches Highest CPU Market Share Since 2007, Q3

Joey's Totally Tech

05:02 min | 1 year ago

AMD Reaches Highest CPU Market Share Since 2007, Q3

"Amd reaches twenty percent market share highest since two thousand seven according to the q. Three twenty twenty report. Amd shared the recent mercury research. Cpi marketshare results. These results showed amd had reached its highest overall market share since two thousand seven and has its highest desktop share since twenty thirteen and the x eighty six market. Amd took its highest amount of share sits q. Two of twenty eleven. This comes as an md has been experiencing still our financial results pointing to amazing growth and also follows intel's reset disappointing earnings report. Particularly when it comes to intel's desktop pc process ourselves looks like amd's doing pretty well. We think about that. I think that's awesome. I think competition is always a good thing. I'm not a particular fan boy of either company. Though the past few years i've been pulling for. Amd despite having an entire processor. But i've got a used server. Cpu not a normal desktops. Ep so really. I think it's great that amd's catching up again. I'm a fan of the underdog typically for good story right. Yeah definitely. I mean both. Amd until have issues. I'm not gonna lie. Yeah but i think this is great for. amd the great that they've been able to catch up with their processors intel needs get back in the game they've been having trouble with their Processes over the past few years trying to get by ten nanometer process. Amd's seven nanometer. Now okay. so it's like intel's have trouble gained lowered work okay. Well i'm sure they'll be able to figure something out all right. So speaking of that. Intel launches iris maximum. Gp's entry level laptops intel's finally stepping back into the dp business after two decades shipping. Their gpu in oem laptops. They've lost her irish exc- max. Graphic solution is designed to complement intel's x lp integrated graphics into the tiger lake. Cp's xy maxwell chopin thin and light laptops as an updated graphics option and has a focus on mobile creation. So this is really meant to be position as game solution but more of a mobile content creation solution helping in applications such as handbrake to pixel image up sampling software other productivity increase tasks still. The susceptive compete with nvidia. His latest generation entry level solution. Mx extra fifty baby steps. You now baby steps. I think it's good. They're getting into that at least the contact creation. Dps yeah that'll make some money from that you know Contact creators want to have that. Gps helps speed up the rendering process. Yeah for sure. Yeah crazy like how much you know. You're seen as far as content wise as far as like rendering like you know Special effects three d images all kinds of stuff on to. Yeah it's pretty wild well even with just regular video editing like you don't need that powerful of a graphics card to render to to speed it up you know just any dedicated. Gpu yeah that's going to speed up the rendering process for the youtube videos or wherever you go to upload videos. Yeah for sure. I mean. I know i've i i remember like years ago. I was up like youtube all day. You know i'm sure by now. It's probably caught up. Yeah so even though intel's not competing what's the gaming. Gps yeah you know they're going to compete with the likes of like Gatx Was at ten thirty. I think it was something like that. Okay but that's Example of what they compete with. I think you know hard. I mean it's lower in cars. Obviously these different products that are needed for situations. Yeah so apple's secret button. On the iphone and ios fourteen apple has implemented a feature called back tap and i o s. Fourteen adds a new hardware button to the iphone. Backed-up turns the entire back of the phone and two a touch sensitive button which can trigger specific buttons said. He could be modified inside of the accessibility menu feature could be integrated with shortcuts. So you could do almost anything you imagine what this feature. I could tell you right now. Though i have iphone six s running ios fourteen. That's not going to work with that phone. That must beaten phones. I can handle it.

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AMD Ryzen 5000 processors: Everything you need to know

Techmeme Ride Home

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

AMD Ryzen 5000 processors: Everything you need to know

"Last year's Zen to based rising three thousand desktop ships. These new models replace the new five thousand series processors are still using amd's seven nanometer process but offer a nineteen percent increase in instructions per cycle along with a complete redesign of the chip layout and a higher Max. Boo. Speed the new chipsets are jumping straight to the rise and five thousand series branding to avoid any confusion with the new zen three chips with these then to. Enforce thousand desktop chips that Amdi released over the summer for pre built

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Intel announces its new 11th Gen Tiger Lake CPUs

The Vergecast

02:14 min | 1 year ago

Intel announces its new 11th Gen Tiger Lake CPUs

"Start with Intel Heim. Today. Explain to you why they made their new logo in Microsoft word. The new logo is the future and the fact that it looks like it was made Microsoft word can only lead me to assume that Intel believes that Microsoft Word is the future of computing. It's not it's not a coincidence that that the the only real performance metric they gave the tiger late chips was that it does office productivity like twenty percent better than the tension stuff. This 'cause Microsoft. Word is the key a love it. That was really the metric that was the metric. The metric they gave is that it is twenty percent faster speeds on day to day office productivity and a twenty percent increase in system level power where there to. Metrics on the processor side, they are excited about the graphics than the processor, right. So walk us through Eleventh Jen Tiger link. All right. So Eleven Jen Tiger Lake this is you know the the classic Intel Tick Tock Mechanism last year they jumped to architecture they were they finally released their ten chips and this this is the refinement of that the announced actually end their last earnings call that they're not hit seven nanometer for at least another year plus. That's delayed. So this is a refined of version of last year stuff but Intel's hyping this up as a very big jump forward, and one of the reasons that they're doing that is that they're finally rolling out their new Z. Graphics, which are Intel's really big graphics push for the first time in a very long time it's going to start rolling out there doing dedicated GPA's and external gps, which is the thing that they haven't done for a very long time slash ever depending on what you count like one weird project from Weill. Back. But this is this is you know the first wave of that it's the integrated graphics. This is actually the worst of all their stuff. They have much more powerful stuff on their roadmap, but they're promising like big stuff. They're claiming that you know it'll run a bunch of like triple a games at ten P. on an ultra book which is impressive if it works which will have to see but yeah, that's that's Sort of where they're they're starting from is you know they're they're claiming to exa better graphics and that's sort of the base point.

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Big Navi and the Ice Lake Fail

This Week in Computer Hardware

09:01 min | 2 years ago

Big Navi and the Ice Lake Fail

"Weld nitwits this week. Computer Hardware twits weekly. Show about amazingly enough hardware. We're going to get some hands on useful information in some speculation some mayhem. We're going to talk about everything from phones to consoles to. Of course processors. GP Parents Norton joins US always by Mr Sebastian Compeq editor in chief. PC per who is still excited delighted. Delighted delighted delighted. Delighted amazed by the sixteen core. Thirty nine fifty. X Is this your favorite processor of twenty nine thousand nine slash early two thousand twenty. Certainly my favorite processor of twenty twenty so far. Patrick I mean the ear were were well underway. Where two weeks and I can't find a processor to top? It and I've tried fairly hard to do that. But we didn't have hands on with the thirty nine fifty x when it first launched right. It was in short supply. And here's the kind of the amazing thing about this. I finally released review of it because Suddenly availability got better. AMD was able to start sending out their second wave review samples so we we got caught up. And we're back up to speed benchmarked. The thirty nine fifty x in various situations and the kind of the amazing thing about this is For for a very small price premium per core over there already very impressive Reisen nine thirty nine hundred acts. Yeah and it's about a five dollar premium precor so not that much you get a processor that has sixteen cores instead of twelve slightly higher. Fire single core clocks and lower Based clock it's kind of this odd trade off the thirty nine hundred. X Is Twelve twenty twenty four threads three point eight GIGAHERTZ and it can boost up to four point six GIGAHERTZ and then the rising nine you you have. The full sixteen cores to two. Eight courtship bullets fully enabled slightly lower overall Speed three point five gigahertz. So three hundred megahertz slower. which you'd expect when you increase core counts in the density and worries about leakage and all kinds of stuff so yeah it makes sense but then it can single core boosts up to four point seven and the only way they really could achieve leave? This is through beginning. They were kind of cherry picking of the chip. Let's being used so. They could clock that slightly higher single core number. And we've talked about this throughout the year last year pretty much. Since this was announced that E. Three that they're the bidding process on. This could potentially be problematic attic and it seemingly was now within the last week or two. I'm seeing these show up at their seven. Forty P randomly like they'll be in stock at best buy or or something and I'm seeing prices on Ebay. Drop all the way down to around seven hundred ninety nine dollars so it seems like it's stabilized. Seven nanometer yields must be pretty good because all of a sudden this is around 'em SRP which is kind of nuts. And then. I mean we could talk about the performance. I mean just imagine we we. We've talked about it before on the podcast but It's were onto a newer version of the firmware. The agenda version is different aren't than when the CPU actually launched. I tested it with the latest. So like one dot co dot co dot four revision B that we're on right now but it is gonNA show you like you're going to see higher overall performance easily because you're dealing with something that has four more cores eight more threads but just comparing period against the Intel side. I was looking at recent results that I I'd run over the last month or two with four nine ten nine hundred Z.. That thousand dollar flagship high desktop part from Intel and compared to that this is still giving you slightly higher performance in certain workloads. Pretty much all of the workloads that I tested Had the thirty nine fifty x on top. And it's a cheaper part You know video compression testing that I did You can argue whether x sixty four to pass. Is the right way to test video anymore. I need to switchover handbrake or whatever but seven ZIP compression. It was faster It was faster. Incentives like the usual Benchmark numbers the people. Look at you. You're seeing a a processor. I think because of the core clock clock speed advantage was actually beating out the eighteen core ten nine eighty x z and just across the like every CPU benchmark that Iran and then in the gaming tests it got got kind of ugly for ten eighty C.. which is consistently delivered the lowest with the same Graphics Card Yeah The ten ninety x consistently offered the lowest gaming performance of the of the little group tested processors? I and I think there's a reason that Intel does not use this in their charts if they're talking about gaming performance they're going to be using the ninety nine hundred k. k.. Yes and I use the chaos. Well you know it's it's a round their actual MS RPM for that CPS this unusual five hundred and thirteen dollars so it's very close with thirty nine hundred x okay. We'll use Intel's best part and that that clock speed advantage does seem to help because that's a five gigahertz processor her and so it's faster even than the maximum single core boost of the third fifty x and it was. It was mildly interesting to look this over and see the differences between the the to rise in nine. They're so close I mean. Don't buy the thirty nine fifty x because you think it's going to be giving you better gaming performance because it's essentially essentially deadlocked with the thirty nine hundred x its trade. They traded back and forth over. which was faster is? Apparently some games were more reliant. The first single core performance and some of them the higher overall all core clock speed of thirty nine hundred x was still faster so but in the end I was happy to finally get through and benchmark the CPU Myself see how like what kind of value was as I had it in my head that a thirty nine hundred x was still a better value. And when I actually put together a Shar there's a section in my review it's on the pricing there's little price per core and it's based on launch price. So right we're finally the point where the thirty nine fifty x is basically at is launch price. And it's only like I said it's only five dollars more. It's like five dollars and twenty three cents more per core to get the sixteen version. You still. It's still a better value you to get the thirty nine hundred x technically. It is forty one dollars and fifty eight cents per core and the rise in nine thirty nine. Fifty X is forty-six eighty-one per core. You Bite it. Ms Syrupy and then Intel's processors next on the list at fifty four dollars thirty nine cents per core and that's if you can find it a and find it at the Ms Rpm so all of this is there's a lot of Assumptions being made. But it's it's impressive to see how on this EP side of things like CPU benchmarks intensive tasks and on the gaming side brazen nine is faster than Intel's core. I nine high in desktop part and it's not always especially close And you're also getting something that's a you know ten twelve dollars less per core and it's it's it's just really obviously. This has been beaten endlessly to death but the zen architectures really really good and I I am feeling more and more positive about their seven nanometer availability. The future of these high rise in nine parts becoming more mainstream when they felt like these sort of exotic hard Dubai processors for a long time over the last six months but they weren't necessarily surly exotic and hard to buy they they. They were impossible to buy which made them seem much more exotic than they actually are. Let's let's be honest. It was impossible to find. It also made me like looking at some of the the reported wattage consumption between the thirty nine hundred in one thousand nine hundred thirty nine hundred thirty nine fifty x yeah. Yeah we're we're seeing like one hundred fifty ish watts which is way over the hundred five watt TDP that they were talking about In real world And then which Actually and I'm seeing numbers for the thirty nine hundred. Some people are reporting consumption up in the neighborhood of two hundred watts which is so nine years ago. I don't have words for for it but at least you're getting a tremendous amount of performance for that

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AMD Outshines Intel at CES 2020

This Week in Computer Hardware

08:30 min | 2 years ago

AMD Outshines Intel at CES 2020

"Think the big news for us us at this week in computer hardware as Amdi is absolutely totally and utterly taking seven nanometer into the mobile space and gunning for Intel's tells biggest moneymaker on the CPU side which is of course laptop processors or mobile processors. And and that that was the big sticking point we've talked so much in two thousand nineteen about rising three thousand processors and they had their seven nanometer zen to architecture picture and as complicated as Pew Micro Architecture is just the fact that Ed they reached that seven nanometer number to do things like really push shit with aggressive clock speeds release more cores because they went to a new manufacturing technology that uses something called chip bullets which are little. CPU CPU while they're they're small. CPU dies that go on to a larger substrates. And you can put more than one of them onto a CPU so on desktop that can fit two of these things in the same size processor package that used to top out at four six maybe eight cores. And now we have products like they're sixteen core reisen nine three nine fifty x so on on the mobile side though there was brazen three thousand which was just kind of rebranded Zen plus technology from the year before so it was still on twelve nanometer. It it didn't really make the impact on mobile that you would expect it. Although we talked previously about Intel's woes kind of getting products out the door. They had their own fourteen hundred meter Issues with supply so more and more laptops started becoming available with Andy as an option even though it was an older architecture the great thing now as far as competition goes and and seeing where this will take us as far as mobile performance in two thousand twenty is susanne to is now on mobile big announcement and we're talking about mobile parts that are up to Acor sixteen threads and that's from a forty forty-five watt part that would be the rise in seven forty eight hundred h and actually a thirty five watt variant of. It called the forty eight hundred. H S also exists Eisai's Jason is one in an RG notebook. But you know it's pretty serious stuff. We're talking about you know four. Six eight core hyper threaded or in this case. SM T like multi threaded Parts for Mobile at seven nanometers hitting the kind of TDP. EP targets that we've been used to from inside with their higher performance mobile parts which up until recently I mean I think the highest part from Intel on mobile global is probably going to be. I think it's a core sixteenth as well. There's an option for that. In some very high in notebooks and linked the new macbook pro and that sort of thing prior to that they'd had an option for up two six cores and across the board most of their options around the four core mark and those are still fourteen nanometer parts. There are some ten meter parts out there. We you definitely saw more announcements of your stuff from Intel et ce. Yes but just the fact that reisen three thousand and is now on mobile. It's called Reisen. Four thousand that's the thing the mobile parts or a generation ahead as far as the naming convention goes but it's it's literally just the notebook variant of two thousand nineteen hottest product. So that's very big news and just Everything that that involves I really at at this point. They don't have navy on mobile we haven't you know we know that's coming coming we know they're working on Nahvi integration with AP US obviously amd has has scored the win with both of the new gaming systems. Coming up with the xbox playstation decision five so we coming but for now we've already seen things at CVS like the forty eight hundred thousand seven mobile part are paired with like an arts twenty sixty in a high end gaming laptop. And that's just something that we had just totally foreign to anybody who has gone to any of these shows covered industry for the last five or six years when any gaming laptop period or productivity machine. The one I'm holding in my lap right now I was always some form of either a core. I five or core. I seven mobile Intel part and if it offered discrete graphics it was probably going to be an invidia discrete graphics exchange and now. AMD has found their way into more and more laptop models throughout two thousand nineteen and now isn't just a sort sort of metoo products where they can fill a void left by Intel struggling to meet demand for their fourteen nine meterologist parts suddenly. It's it's a significantly better alternative in some cases depending on what the target is. I can't wait to get these end because we can look at at charts and we're looking at right now watching the video of you know single threaded performance gains multi threaded gains the graphic performance. Because there there are integrated graphics with these as well But just getting them in hand testing laptops and seeing what the finished product is going to be if the battery life is going to be any different than Intel Park because if we get these and they run at the same temperature as as an integral part and they have about the same battery life but you're getting higher core counts. It'll I feel like it could do the same thing. That's rising did on desktop where really pushes Intel to respond with more and more of what had been reserved for those ultra high performance. Like mobile workstation parts. Yeah because that's kind of what this is like the forty forty eight hundred zero reisen. Part is like a mobile workstation. CPU Yeah No. I mean that's the big thing for me. is they from really from a performance standpoint. This is this is fantastic right. 'cause we can pretty much guarantee they're gonNA cost less or the same amount of money. You're you'RE GONNA get a lot more course. What I'm very curious about is to see how ambitious Abe's architect fares are architecture with battery life? Because so much of Intel's Technical Prowess or engineering focus over the last few years has not been about like upping the amount of work clock cycles so so much as they have been working on reducing the amount of energy consumed by the processor at all and the associated chipsets sets and everything else around it and they have a lot of fairly serious engineering accurate and tied up in that we think you know and part of the reason we think that or I think that is because you know until told us for years at the Pierre is not the big power consumer the CPR is not too big power. It's the screen. And then they get a massive Chains they just re architect it the way they handled You know the power of the processor and all of a sudden battery lice went up like fifty percent and it was just kind of like okay. That happened but to get back to where you were going. I think if if you can you get more performance but you have to. The battery life is becomes less compelling story. I think they have to deliver battery Park. That is comparable to the Intel parts or the battery. Life's for us to. I mean this is exciting though I really WanNa see whether or not you know. HP Dell and Lenovo. Oh step up to sign up for these parts on their premier laptop lines which would be a gutsy move for them to this is going to piss off Intel and there's always the possibility is is amby going to be able to scale on this. Are the parts going to be. It's it's always exciting when you go with something new but I envy is a lot of experience with seven nanometer at this point and we seem to still be able to buy GP SO I. I feel That that the the the processes working that said I think their goals to sell like an order of magnitude more mobile processors. They sell jeep us. Because there's a lot more mobile users than there are are people Graphics cards for gaming so I mean in terms of like our coverage is probably the biggest story at the

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When should I upgrade my Ryzen CPU?

PC Perspective Podcast

02:31 min | 2 years ago

When should I upgrade my Ryzen CPU?

"I bought a reisen seven. Seventeen hundred accent x three seventy motherboard. When they were first released partially because of the promised upgrade path amd has really delivered on in for upgrades? Recently Micro Center had had the twenty seven hundred extra one thirty miss that sale my question. Do you think any core rising three thousand parts will be similarly discounted next year is a discount less likely likely because then to is TMZ seven nanometer instead of the less popular glue twelve present. Plus she twenty seven hundred six tempting but if they three thousand series series price coming down the next year I may hold out rather than doing. Multiple upgrades are primarily game. The next year is xbox and PS five. Maybe faster the seventeen hundred x which would could increase requirements for future games Seventy to the twenty seven hundred x is is unreasonable upgrade from the seventeen hundred just because you get some some higher burst speeds And that's GonNa have a positive effect on gaming remember. The seventy nine hundred hundred acts was was the lower Burst part and Minimum as compared to like the eighteen hundred acts which was the top end. And you know I I think if you found twenty seven hundred extra one thirty again. You're going to be happy with that upgrade yells. Let's check your mother board for Three thousand compatibility because I've seen a lot of tests and in the thirty six hundred not even thirty six hundred acts that the thirty six hundred is as fast if not a little faster within the twenty seven hundred x so prices will eventually go down. But I don't expect to see anything drastic until at least summer to maybe fall of two thousand twenty could be wrong but I think then three is is going to be a later part of twenty twenty rather than another like spring refresh. What we had This year well it wasn't a refresh was a major lodge but anyway yeah I mean the prices eventually go down but I don't. I don't see that happening happening. I mean you're going to get a couple of flash sales here and there I mean keep your eye out for maybe thirty six hundred x because again. I think you'll get a little bit better gaming performance and and Smooth for for not a whole lot more money than three six hundred but people have the opposite opinion mine and think that the three six hundred is really the the best price performance of of the entire group up to you but I like the three six hundred ex

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AMD Radeon RX 5500 XT Review: Navi Attacks the Mainstream

This Week in Computer Hardware

03:38 min | 2 years ago

AMD Radeon RX 5500 XT Review: Navi Attacks the Mainstream

"Sebastian. You are in benchmarking central for pc per you have bled on the Rx five fifty the the latest amd Radian you titled the Article Navy Attacks. The mainstream I feel like this hints that this is an affordable card. This is this is basically their replacement for that price. Point that we've been used to from them that sort of two hundred dollar range part from the RX. Four four eighty two the five eighty. And we've been for a while now we've gotten used to seeing there are x five ninety selling it around that two hundred dollars price point and here's another another card. That's two hundred dollars for a desktop. She pugh targeting ten eighty performance for an ache by version. But they're also offering a four gigabyte goodbye version. Basically you know if you're targeting ten eighty p you don't necessarily need all that extra video memory depending on what you're doing what game you're playing. So then they have have this cheaper variant which is only one sixty nine and it pretty much goes head to head against the GTS sixteen fifty super though that card is ten dollars cheaper. So that's that's the back story for this launch invidia obviously knew this was coming. AMD had released east to OEM's this radio Rx fifty five hundred product. It turned out that was indeed an OEM only product. They'd said something about it coming desktop in in December on the reverse briefed about it. Well here it is and the desktop version is actually called the Rx fifty five hundred x t and and when I first heard that and thinking oh so this is what are the specs. What what is this What what differentiates this from the OEM version and really? It's just clock speeds. The X T is faster astor. It's it's the same. GP It's the new Navy fourteen right not to be confused with fourteen nanometer seven nanometer part. It's still the new. RDA The architecture. We just got navy. Ten or navy ten I that was with the our expertise seven hundred series and now we have fourteen and this is the same chip using for their fifty five hundred mobile parts. Like what we find the new macbook pro sixteen that we talk about every week. It seems and so. It's twenty to compute units. Fourteen hundred eight shakers eighty-eight texture units and thirty two rops and it's using really fast. Gdr Six memory. This is served fourteen gigabit per second memory and like I said a four gigabyte and an eight gigabyte version are going to be available available. In fact they are available. I was sent by. AMD was partner card so this is a partner only launch companies like X. FX and Sapphire esus and and the rest are going to have their own products for these amd doesn't have their own reference card that was kind of the oem only market for those so we got at this nice nitro pulse card from Sapphire which is one of those dual fan aftermarket cards and I ran it through some benchmarks benchmarks at ten. Eighty P using high settings to to see how it compared against others like sub two hundred and fifty dollar cards. And if you look at the performance numbers it's basically it loses to the Rx five ninety in most of the tests by a very small margin and it's faster then the GTS sixteen fifty super by a small margin so it's right in between clean those two

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Inside Apple's big September event

This Week in Tech

11:36 min | 2 years ago

Inside Apple's big September event

"Guess apple had some sort of Shindig on Tuesday by innovation. Only there were a few people said okay. Hey if you're going to have an invitation that says by innovation you best innovate Devendra now first of all. You probably already ready have an iphone but you can't say it because I don't have it but I have touched them and they're very nice. Oh Oh you can say that a video phone yes the iphone eleven was a weird it was kind of a weird event for apple I had so much to talk about that they had had to jam it and they didn't start with their traditional owed to money-making and the stores they kicked they kicked right into Apple Arcade Plus TV plus and then they I went to the watch by the time they got the IPHONE. which I thought was going to be the story of the hour the only announced one the iphone eleven? I said the most successful iphone this year was was the iphone ten are here's its successor the iphone eleven now with two lenses and I thought well this is interesting the the big I think the big story there was the price which is fifty bucks less than the iphone ten are at six ninety nine and then they said Oh oh and by the way there are some other phones the iphone pro eleven pro and the iphone eleven flashbacks. I'm sorry PROMEX rollbacks. I say Flex 'cause I can't remember the all the all y'all have slow fee. There's a lump they all have slow fees SLO MO cell. Oh fees so these this is apples now in a tick talk talk situation. Aren't they six. They used to be every other year would be an asset and kind of the same form factor but a little bit improved and then a big improvement. The next year like the ten was a big improvement at the tennis was a talk and this is really a talk to the talk isn't it. I think it Kinda that speaks to like how a smartphone upgrade cycles are working now to like. Most people keep their two or three years. Here's it kind of makes sense. There's no point like killing yourself to bring something new and groundbreaking out every two years when you can kind of coast on how people actually buy if he's phones and take some more time with that hardware so yeah. I'm not surprised at this. Year's phones aren't too revolutionary. It is nice having an extra lens across the line. The three lenses the pros that's GonNa be really interesting. they really cleaned up the phone names to cause the ten are and the tennis. Those were all really dumb because there's a real L. numeral so it looks like it's just it was a mess so eleven nice and clean. I've eleven pro macbook MAC pro. It's all good and I think we're all expecting expecting the big big upgrade to be next year's when we're GONNA see five eight most likely the twenty twenty iphones but is there such a thing Georgia as a professional yeah you know professional for the phone that you have in your pocket better than but you know no understand automatic and a MAC pro I understand the macbook pro or even an IPAD and IPAD probe right yeah that's starting to stretch it on more for pros just easy and quick and it makes you feel a little bit more elite so exactly now but they need something short and snappy and easy and people understand that you're getting a little bit more for it. I think the thing for me makes it pro as someone who spends like literally all day on your phone because the light listening need to podcasts or making software making guys is like I just need more battery life and I think the fact that this year apple finally put more more battery in the back of these things for be like having that extra life is what makes it pro. It's more matters a lot yeah. If you make make a huge case so now let me ask because I wasn't clear. Is this five the iphone pro maxing has five hours more battery life than what the tennis Max like like their equipment so it is it is head to head. It is more but we don't lot five hours. Yeah we do know that the new display they're saying I think the new ole is fifteen percent more efficient and the new processor is likely more efficient so these this is where the battery life is coming from probably I've also been hearing from a lot of people have installed. IOS Thirteen eighteen the public Beta and thirteen one. That's much more efficient. They're better battery life so straight on all three fronts apple. The new processor is the a thirteen bionic. Is that right beliefs. Oh yeah sorry so I think that's the that's the other annoying thing by the way with the pro WPRO designation last year the ten are the tennis phones had the exact same processor yes and that was a big price difference now. It's like iphone eleven basic iphone pro still with the same processor yeah and that's I don't know I kind of wish there was a little more of a bump. They're just really earned that pro title straight now where you have the extra camera so you have the alleged really nice refreshments screens and the kind of slick not slick but like the Matt Glass back and the stainless steel construction. That's Cardinal. You're you're getting. That's surgical stainless. Surgically yes grave thought was really weird because like I'm not going to perform an open heart surgery with my phone. I could see that in a scalpel but a phone. I don't know yeah I think for me. The most frustrating thing about the whole eleven eleven eleven Brent Levin Peru Max is as you can see here. They ship the case your head of the actual I hate that you get a box from a I go oh my would. It's just the flipping case you really you you really all in an apple because you bet the apple clear case which is forty dollars and as far as I could tell this identical these seven ninety nine one. I bought surgical. Oh break clear you're paying for but you know it will fit just right so that's probably important okay so so the so the this is a seven nanometer processor. This is actually I think apple deserves more credit for its custom processors than they're getting This looked looked like and it was interesting because they brought somebody for the first time I can ever remember from the processor group up on stage. Oh yeah it was like an out for a second there. It was like Whoa half billion transistors or something. It's just it's mind boggling what they're doing. I think they're my guess is they're highlighting these guys because they're eventually going to be making processors processors for the entire kit right all the way all the way up to the computers I think if we're we're seeing snapdragon laptops already and windows machines running on Snapdragon so so they they are kind of setting the stage it just kind of make sense like oh but by next year if we see a Mac book powered by the a fourteen or whatever we wouldn't be too surprised. I guess I I do have to say that increase battery life and it's across the line although five hours is the longest promex if that's accurate and we won't know until I guess I'm going to guess that at places like in Gadget and I'm more have embargoed units that they'll report on it. I'm GonNa Guess Wednesday usually a few days before they ship they get the the reviews started coming out and all the main stream publications so we won't really know and then Friday I fix it will won't be in Australia and they will get at midnight. They will get their iphone. Take it apart immediately so we'll then know how much battery we'll know a little bit more about the processor the cameras and all that stuff but I you know I think if they really get literally get five hours more. That's huge. That's thirty forty percent. That's a big difference Prince. It's a big deal like I don't know if it's enough to upgrade from tennis models if you have one of those battery life on an iphone interest. That's what you do with your phone right. It's nice not to have to find a place to charge your phone so if you're using it all the time this may be worth it. I think it's extremely carry one of those lovely. You know hunchback kind of battery cases on the back so that's curry the ugly I carry I currently they have the the the tennis Max with the battery case a while and it is like carrying a brick eight a battery so one one of the the these little on Friday Friday coincidentally happens to be my birthday's could be like nice birthday on the planet because going and picking those guys up and then getting the pipe while I was getting the pipes and out of the pocket and be Very Brett Cavenaugh story from college you don't you don't WanNa share that one too soon way you too soon so that's an example of that because johnny is left but the Johnny Ivy era. It's always he's been center center center. Center Center apple didn't say thinner once they said better battery life Hallelujah heavier they are data you know after the Ben Gate I think they went. You know what thinner is probably not better. I think that he believes enough panic stricken. Let's make sure it's actually better uh-huh enough. Every Olympics are getting added weight because of this the surgical grade steel and believe new display like I so from just suspects alone the T. V. Ten Perot Max or the eleven pro Max ways half a pound. This is the heaviest iphone we've already made yeah I feel I feel like they were waiting between that and the the new keyboards on the new macbook prayers I feel like they would just literally like waiting. Thank God Butterfly Keyboard the keyboard at an extra little bit way on that like thank God Janis no hair to to say I can't be the case but still does feel like that doesn't Camp I mean he just left a jeff before he latte has been on the works. it wasn't a quick fix unless there was a skunkworks in the back of the campus when when Johnny beliefs were gonNA show this keyboard yeah the reports were they. He basically checked out for the past couple of years yeah so who knows like how now yeah yeah. I hope you're right. We'll Harris. I do hope there is a new and by the way I think it's pretty clear because apple only announced the low end ipad the three twenty nine version and with the giant they look out they giant vessels the home button a fingerprint reader they only announced that which means we know thanks to the the European database that there are at least two more models coming. I think that I saw that so. There's gotTA B. and they're gonNa we know there's a MAC pro coming this year if you can afford it and we know that so we see I think there's going to be October event with all of these things right that makes sense yeah yeah so yeah I would say it disappointed like on the back to sort of entry level ipad things

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"seven nanometer" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

10:22 min | 3 years ago

"seven nanometer" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"We'll also find out about this lady tied to a bed, Mark. You've got that story and we get the chance. We'll get into it here. But we're also talking about the death of another newspaper. And there are some that are sort of hanging on out there. But are there any of them that are actually like healthy that are doing great that are increasing their number of subscribers and it seems unbelievable? That there would be I laid out a plan that I think that if newspapers took it on that, I think that they could see some growth in that plan is to basically, we don't need to re recap the whole thing. But you did earlier. So if you miss that plan, you can go download our archive anytime over at free talk live dot com. But away for free is basically. Yeah, we go back to. Well, that's what people expect on the internet. Right. So. It's the same thing. And in print, let's go back to Andrew. He's on the line in battle creek listening, the WBZ K actually called in. Also on our discord, calling lines, you're going to sound a lot better now. Go ahead. Andrew, you were saying you're asking about the conflict between AMD and Intel what about it? Well, first off, I'd like to talk about the newspaper. Yeah. You're just a little about a creek. We have something the shopper and they too were to a t they do donations advertisement and they give it up for free. That's right. Once a week, kind of thing they have the same exact keen every Thursday. Throw it on your doorstep. But back to I guess, 'cause I've been in this sphere that this tech bubble for a long time. I guess kind kinda jumped in a bit too hard. Yeah. This is what's happening right now is really, really good for consumers because not only AMD attacking on with Reisen their gaming focused, but they're more office, which is really were Intel has had ninety percent of the stock share for the past ten years. In. This is great for anybody who's actually looking into buying stocks. Really in AMD is releasing their new in line, which I believe processor line. Yes. Yes. Yes, rise in is there is there. More gaming focused processor line, which is bursted their stocks open. I think I had heard this about AMD having some difficulty over the last decade. But thank goodness. They're out there. I mean, can you imagine how bad computers would be if there was only one processor manufacturer allowed if the government stepped into this field? And said whoa. We can't have you people out there competing in this field. These are important businesses about officiency. Why would you need to companies doubling doubling activity so anything else you wanna share? Go ahead. It's, it's good that there is another one, obviously, because there's a new technology that Amdi Intel both have been trying to develop called seven nanometer processing. This is the size of the processor that they have that you put inside every computer in the smaller, the faster can run on an Intel has been on what's called the ten nanometer standard for for about seven years really stifling. This in since AMD is really. Taking a, a bunch of the market share way from the not only the gaming sphere. But in servers, and workstations to forget the, the drive towards better and better graphics processors, which partially is driven by bitcoin, mining, cryptocurrency mining. So there's been a lot of competition hot competition in that area that actually it's been so crazy that they haven't even been really able to feed the demand from what I understand on a lot of these graphics cards. Enter thanks for the call tonight. Appreciate your thoughts. It's always exciting to see new developments in the area of technology..

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"seven nanometer" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"seven nanometer" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Have you ever seen that roughly? Yeah, they paint. They paint on a screen of silk very, very fine warp in west. Very fine. We've you could pay something. And then you ply Inc to it and the goes through where it's not painted right? So you paint the opposite. And you can print something by that's effectively. They're doing this what they do is they design at chip. They design it, and software, and I'm gonna I'm gonna make you can read about it. It's really a fascinating process, and I'm gonna really dumb it down because I only have a couple of minutes. But, but, but essentially, they're going to do it at a very at a normal human scale, they're going to be able to looking at it, then they reduce it, they photo reduce it and they. Which just like silk screening they edge the traces using acids, onto layers of semiconductors. So this is why we call it the semiconductor industry. You've got a conductor metals or conductors. Right. And you have a non conductor and silicon is a non conductor does not conduct. So you apply using very, fine lines you and then reduce you basically doing silk screening conductors onto this non conducting substrate, and they're able to do it at the yes, the width of several atoms using this kind of micro photolithography. It's a really fascinating technology. But you're right. We have a problem, Houston because as you get down to this subatomic or atomic scale quantum mechanics becomes an issue, and it becomes very difficult because you can't get precise positioning. It's much more complicated than I'm talking about. But. There are issues at physics physics that we know is it is at a macro level Newtonian physics, but it's very different at the very, very small level, and we are getting to that level. And it's a lot of people have thought, frankly, that we are reaching the end of Moore's law, which was the amazing law coined by Gordon Moore. One of the founders of Intel forty five years ago. He said he guessed he estimated that the number of transistors we could put on a processor would double every eighteen months. It's just another way of describing what we're describing getting smaller and smaller and smaller. So the same size could have more transistors. He was right by the way, he talked he figured this out in the sixties, and it's held true ever since until about five years ago when suddenly the that doubling and if you think about double, and then double, and then double again, is exponential growth that doubling stopped, and that's where we are right now where that's why when you see an Intel chip. Instead of having more and more transistors on a single processor. They're putting more processors in they've kind of Intel's had a hard time getting below ten nanometers. They actually had hard time getting from fourteen to ten, but there are time when he's chip manufacturers TSMC that are doing seven nanometer down just seven yeah. So remarkable it. It's amazing engineering achievement that just if you know what they're doing blows the mind and fourteen Adams unbelievable. But we are but, you know, you can't keep going forever. Obviously, it has to have at least it hasn't have enough to transmit electrons. Right electrons. A lot smaller Adam. So, so this is really it is a very interesting area. It's why we're talking about other kinds of technologies like instead of sending electrons. What if we said photons, so there's been worked on light computers? And of course, we have something called quantum computing, which takes cubits which takes advantage of the fact that you can have multiple states at the same time. It's very bizarre. This is really an amazing world. We live in an amazing world. We live in an and I think every day, you know you just wake up look at your smartphone and go, that's not even possible. Essentially a circuit online wire so wire, but it's done with fun. And it goes from each goes from the bay circuitry in the south each of the photon, it's a wire. It's a wire..

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"seven nanometer" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

04:43 min | 3 years ago

"seven nanometer" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"You could find answers to any questions. Any fact on the unit like that. But it goes both ways. As we're finding out because the internet also can find out where you are, and what you're doing, and what you've been up to now we have to deal with this notion that there are companies that are tracking us that are collecting this information. We don't know how they're using it just as they say. Well, it's just we don't we don't use it for anything particular to target ads. That's it. You know, if you're at a shoe store, we might send you shoe. And maybe it's just that. I don't know. You know, all of a sudden, we have to be aware of all these things. And, and I think in, in some respects what we thought in nineteen Ninety-two was this coming utopia, where all information would be free. You'd be able to find out anything you want anytime. Anybody could have a voice could could be heard commerce would be friction free, which means pricing would be consistent and you'd always be able to get the best deal that's sort of has happened. Right. You can very easy to find out if you're getting a good deal on something. Now. But we didn't really expect the all the other problems like cyber warfare, which just learned that in retaliation to Iran's. Warlike motions. I should say reputed or like motions, we have launched major cyber offenses in Iran. That's a new kind of war that we never really even thought about. And we were talking last hour about the GPS system. You know that's Volna Rable to electron hacking. And if it were to go down would cost us. It's estimated more than a billion dollars a day to the national economy. It's complicated subject, isn't it? So that's, that's what we talk about. It was more than just the toy store now, actually, that's makes it harder for me. I like just talking about the toys, that's more than just toys. Eight eighty eight as Cleo you call. We'll talk whatever's on your mind, Tom Harrisburg, PA. Hello. Tom, Leo LaPorte. Quick question. I just bought a new older, TV, wonderful, wonderful heart. They beautiful isn't it amazing? Oh, jeez. I mean, there's no more frosting, across anything. It's supposed to be black, and yeah, it's just wonderful. I have a question I Google the other day, the diameter average diameter of atomic nucleus, isn't they gave the answer a half nanometer. Now they're talking about cutting circuit lines at ten nanometers with which is twenty atoms which not to get into the tall grass. But that gets into all kinds of quantum mechanical issues and so forth down below seven. Now they're doing seven nanometer production. These are the size of the effectively, they're not wires. But what would be a wire connecting stuff in a Europe, chips, seven nanometers? Can you tell? Terms because I looked on Google can't really get a clear, concise explanation. How do they cut circuit lines that narrow in the glass and address each of the millions of ticks holes in the screen, you know, with circuit boards at the bottom of the set? But how do they get you know wiring grid? So the wires don't overlap and you can address switch on and off the pixel whose hands are so small. They can solder those wires. Right. So the, the grid that small get one wire running teach, yeah, the word you're the word you're looking for these should probably Google is micro Lithography might Mike, right. So grow, I can describe it to you. It's really actually a miracle the way they make silicon, by the way, an old, Ed screen, which is LED's organic light emitting diodes, their direct view, as opposed to the LCD screen TV, which is shutter effect. You've got light, the LCD's shutters, and they're projecting. The old lead is more like the old fashioned CRT where they're actually glowing. And, and you're looking directly, but they're very, very tiny, right? Four K four screen very, very tiny. But so are if you think about it, the, the wiring in your computer. That's the seven nanometer stuff. And the way they do it is actually have you ever seen how an I, I kind. I was fortunate because my mother was an artist is still as artist in a silk screener, you know, silk screening works..

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"seven nanometer" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"seven nanometer" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"And politics show. Unfortunately, angering everyone the new tech network but well this is a problem for us. Because when we first started when Patrick, and I were working together twenty years ago was computers, maybe a little internet, thrown in our political discussions at times. But, but, but technology is now in every facet of our lives, everything it's everywhere. There's really no more distinction between. Well, this is tech subject, and this is something else. It's all together. So it's very it's challenging, I mean, I wish I would be so happy to be sitting here talking about, you know, those new Intel, I nine processors eight cores at five gigahertz. What do you think Patrick, I think? To actually test one and see if it works out in real life. But, but, but no. I mean, it's it was funny though because I had a conversation with a relative. And they were like, oh, net neutrality is bad and I'm just like trolley. Oh, goodness, fad. Where did they get that? Well, that's the problem I, I had somebody call me up on the radio show. Exactly that it's bad. I said, why is it that because I don't want the government making any regulations society wear a seatbelt. Do you drive on the highway, sir? How do you trust the drinking water coming out of your tap? Well. Yeah. Well, gosh, darn it that's called the government regulation, sir. When you walk out of your house do you fear? Do you worry that somebody might come up and hit you in the back of the head? We'll know. Well, that's called laws. That's what makes us we're a nation of laws. It's okay to make a law. Okay. I agree you meanwhile, Intel just announced nine I nine processors. So Intel traditionally, historically, has been unable to cross four gigahertz. They can't get below ten nanometers. They can so. I think they've given up on the ten nanometers. Honestly, they say they're going to do them, but they haven't well they're, they're trying. No one's no one's denying. They're trying. You've got companies like TSMC making seven nanometer processors, but anyway, okay, I'm just saying. But until has apparently been able to crack the four gigahertz barrier. They are now this is an I nine the ninety nine hundred ks eight cores all of which can run at five gigahertz all the time. Well, I mean, this is actually a big deal because, you know that you always see it's, it's running at, like one point three gigahertz, and two point seven gigahertz and speed step or whatever. Yeah. But I it's like, basically okay for one brief. Moment, your processor will shoot up this fast one. We'll one core right? Love your providence thermals have shut it down. Immediately, like, basically, make something move a little faster than might otherwise. You know if this is I mean, this is directly. This would be very exciting if it's true. And I, I wanna see I wanna see benchmarks on these benchmarks on these of the rise. I wanna see the rise in three right? We got. Yeah. Which is going to be coming out, like, you know, seven seven seven nanometer seven AMD Intel competition is bad, but it's more because Intel stumbled think has AMD's so great. Maybe. Yes. No AMD is doing some extraordinary things. All right now, don't don't take any credit away from Dr sue and the team at AMD they've, they are doing some bad ass engineering. They're also doing some bad ass pricing, and yes, until left a bad ass door the size of a house for them to drive through, you know, Intel Intel for a long time was like, you know, you Ryan and I used to talk about this before he went to go work at Intel and now about how Intel what are you talking about? Patrick, I don't know anything, you know, the NDA's are fine. And but the but we were talking about is, is that Intel didn't really care about PC users. They didn't really care about PC power users, especially what was their market? Well, the majority is no white means they make they make a ton of money and a lot of places. We. I don't want to get that granular, right. But let's know. Yeah. So what happened? Right. Is is, is Intel, much like Microsoft, never really made it in handheld and mobile..

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Samsung's foldable phone is the Galaxy Fold, available April 26th

Your Weekly Tech Update

04:07 min | 3 years ago

Samsung's foldable phone is the Galaxy Fold, available April 26th

"Plus resolution. This thing is a beast. Samsung is using five hundred and twelve gigabytes of universal flash storage three point zero for faster. Feeds this comes alongside a Qualcomm seven nanometer Octo core processor in twelve gigs of ram Samsung has even built two batteries for its galaxy fold that are separated by the fold but combined in the Android operating system to represent a total four thousand three hundred eighty mill amp hours of battery power Samsung has built a sturdy backbone to the device with a hinge system that has multiple interlocking gears all of these gears or hidden under the rear of the device. So you're never actually going to see them. It looks pretty sleek, and it allows the galaxy full transform from tablet to phone modes. Samsung says it's able to fold at least two hundred thousand times, which if you work it out is about five years, if you fold it a hundred times a day at the rear of the device is a triple camera system for some reason. It's going to be used for both tablet and phone modes. There's a sixteen megapixel ultra-wide camera alongside a twelve megapixel wide angle and telephoto camera at the rear and ten megapixel cover camera for self as in the front. Samsung is also creating four different colors for the galaxy fold. But it's the main tablet display, that's key. Here. Samsung is allowing the galaxy fold to run three apps at once on this Android device, and it's using an app continuity system to adjust those apps when you move between tablet and phone modes. This thing is awesome apps. Like, what's at Microsoft Office?

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"seven nanometer" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

This Is Only A Test

04:48 min | 3 years ago

"seven nanometer" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

"Is built off of a seven nanometer process. That's bonkers. I mean, that's just lows. We're getting right. That's it. That's the floor and that it's officiant sees the stack gnome. Yeah. Seven meter manufacturing process fig Abass they say up to twenty seven to sixty two percent performance boosts on graphics benchmarks. They didn't release a price. Right. Seven hundred bucks. Seven hundred bucks. Seventh radio seven seven nanometer. It's all about the seconds. Also, the Invidia I forget, the two standards, but like the free sink. Yeah. The Invidia is NVIDIA freezing. Because I am d there you go. So in in videos now saying that their cards will work with the free sink monitors meat from what I understand that they will approve a set of them by it's likely that it will work beyond that with other ones has frozen over NVIDIA kind of evolved position because the radio cards done, so well and the freezing performances great. And there are a lot of those monitors out there. People aren't gonna people are probably more likely to upgrade the Ravitz heart than to buy a new monitor just because you're swapping from. Yes, we sink to sink. This is for people who don't know. This is the technology that allows your video card to sink. It's re- have like a dynamic refresh rate with whatever your monitor can handle, especially when it's one hundred forty four Hertz for I guess, the monitor sinks to the video heart. Yes. Yeah. And so you don't get any screen, tearing and. It looks mover. Overall, do either of you have a four K monitor that you use? Now, I aiming quad eight St. four K monitor do you. It doesn't matter. If you're running sixty f- PS on the four K versus like thirty noted doesn't matter like, I know it matters. But I note, I can tell you. I can't do thirty f. Yes. It's just not tenable depends on what I think is interesting about this radio on thing is that they supposedly are running some four K games at sixty F B S easily. It depends on the game. Would you know? Like it always decided before they made a game. Is it going to be thirty or sixty Hertz game? And you know, the thirty her scans are just a little slower. Yep. Yep. Speaking of manufacturing processes, Intel had a press conference and announced some exciting new processors for the next generation this is going to be ice lake. Now, these are the ten nanometer process ten real ten products, which they had a few products. Ten enemy was before told me about seven nanometers. How can I be excited about ten graphics cards there manufacturer fewer of them, but for CPU's ten Atta meter for laptops. And it's going to be really important. I is lake falls up on coffee lake which was ninth generation Intel, and this is part of their kosh Intel's before the you're in tick tock tick tock. Yes, now, there's different name for it. What is it is a process architecture Ono, right? Say. Process refinement. Right. So they were fine a process and then to do architecture overhaul. And so I believe this is the process refinement to ten nanometer to talk. It's the big one is the tick. No, I think the talk is the big one a really tickets the small start with tick doesn't always start with talk as the big tick tick, braces you for the talk. This is a this is an old. This only test discussion, everyone has different ideas about this process. Architecture are often dish in this is the architecture step sorry architecture, not processed up architecture step because it's not the process often sation change in actual no my God architecture. What it means is that this year's desktops, and laptops, or next year's laptops, will probably he did. That's what it means. White. Yes. Okay. Yep. Yeah. They they're still getting milk more performance. They able to maybe not exactly move along Moore's laws curve, but they're still continues. Improvement. I don't think we've seen any like benchmarking tests yet, though, we've just seen what they debuted at that press conference. And basically last year we didn't get anything from Intel. So this is this is sort of overdo. So I always for the benchmark see how into also has, you know, the GP side of their chips and so gentle Evan GPS's on their desktop chipset. She started offering nine gen Intel chips without built GP us more competitive price point. So for people building PC's. New options. Cool. All right..

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"seven nanometer" Discussed on Windows Weekly

Windows Weekly

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"seven nanometer" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"In fact, he looks like he might have connections. But. Yeah. That's how it works. They don't have a booth. Yeah. And and not much to say, I guess, right? It's more a show for their partners. Really like, they they're they're say, hey, were there in support a windows. Ten I guess Phil Spencer was on the stage for the AMD keynote saying, hey, XBox has AMD inside. Yep. That kind of stuff XBox? We'll have seven nanometer Amdi inside. Who who knows who knows knows? Somebody knows right. They didn't say today is the point. I don't know. You know, obviously, if Microsoft had a bigger consumer pushy would be seeing announcements like we see for Cortana I've for sorry. Google assistant and Alexa. That's really the only four is is echoes. Stephan. Google's assistant stuff, and then a lot of little case manufacturers auto accessory, guys stereo guys. An auto show. It's TV's and audio auto's. Really, right. Of course, you know, LG got some cracks me up press for the same thing. They showed last year the roll up TV I remember that distinctly last year. I think the the TV thing is uninteresting right now, four K eight TV's have become really inexpensive. And I think that upgrade cycle is pretty much happened and TV's for to get people to upgrade again a several years. They're gonna have to go by and be the technology is really going to have to show up. And and yeah, the Q lead eight K, whatever. But there's no content that can take advantage of this stuff. There's no bandwidth that would lead a stream content of that quality. I think the four K thing was such a huge improvement, especially when you factor like HD are and some of the side technologies that it's just. There's not much that. Got it done. Industry is a whole. Okay, we're done. We did everything. It will never does that. But I mean, it will it will eventually they will eventually be a new TV format that will be the next thing, and what can talk about TV's again. But I right now, it's like whatever I mean. But this true for PC's. That's true for phones. The coolest thing. I saw I think it was a story. I saw this was a desk with the PC built into the desk for space constrained areas. So you could like pull the monitor out from the wall and adjusted to different heights, but it's all the computing power was in your desk. I'm like, okay, that's useful for somebody like me. But otherwise here, but then you're buying you. Don't then you have to change your desk. I need a new desks who so it was interesting. Let me tell you about a little place called Kia. But think of having in your desk. So then, you know, you're not taking up any footprint on your desk. Because it's like all the way. I mean, if you're going to talk about a try a long term trend, I it's computing everywhere. Right. So might buy PC's built into my monitor. So it's actually not taking up any space on my desk. But your monitor is I don't know if the desk is the best factor, computer. Do you? What What are are you you leaning? leaning down? Now, the head of this thing where the monitor could be raised pulled out. Yeah. Okay. And that's. Holy Kamali more interested in smart toilets color of his exit power toilet. But again, maybe I'm crazy. But I think they announced that last year. Yeah. This is this is this is a really interesting example of an industry that's just kind of in stasis. Right number plateau, right now, everything is so you could pick any single thing you want. If you want to talk about like, a smart thermometer thermostats. Right. You know, where's there's no giant innovation coming to these things. Right. They'll have air quality controls and stuff like that. But I mean, I it's just there there is no major new anything. Really when it comes to see us. Does this nothing? There's there's this. Even if like, for example, if kindle switched overnight til like color e Inc. Right. Which would be amazing. Yeah. But how does that change the world?.

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"seven nanometer" Discussed on This Week in Computer Hardware

This Week in Computer Hardware

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"seven nanometer" Discussed on This Week in Computer Hardware

"At high detail settings. So we'll see where interested in. We wait, ladies and gentlemen, with bated breath. If he went out there is fluent or or reads Russian, well, you might wanna head over to e desk catalog with K dot are you because this was making the rounds earlier this week, a basically Amdi rising nine next generation AMD Reisen CPU's, they're calling it a thirty eight hundred x which we would turn it as the this is the first big rumor of the three thousand series. I think sixteen core thirty two thread three point nine gigahertz. You know, if I'm if my Russian which is nearly nonexistent. If my guessing at the specs is correct, maybe a Santa seven nanometer process. You know, it's yeah. Probably seven animator process on that one. You know, this is a a website that sells parts so this could be a mistake or this could be another really interesting social engineering tool for getting traffic on your website. But I think everybody's expecting. There's there's Amdi announcements certainly coming on Wednesday morning at at the keynote from AMD, I would not be surprised to have three thousand series parts announced this week. I mean at this point, neither would I all, you know, a couple of weeks ago before these latest leaks or rumors or whatever they are came out. I was a little skeptical. But the they mean once in my experience when you start seeing the product pages with product listings, it seems to indicate that it's it's close by the unless this is just a really well engineered. Rumer at this point. But we've been seeing stuff about the rise in three thousand series for a little while now and over the course of the last month little like extra tidbits have been coming out. But the the internal discussion here was kind of some of these numbers seem almost insane. So we we started to question the validity of the rumor initially, but we're talking about thread ripper level. Like sixteen core thirty two thread on the desktop, but not just that we're talking about parts that like one below that. I'm looking here at video cards and the the in seven thirty seven hundred x is listed as a twelve twenty four thread part which can turbo up to five gigahertz. And I don't know if that's single core. Terrible. I would imagine. So, but the idea that they could be not only exponentially increasing core and thread counts, but also pushing clocks up to five gigahertz. That's the credulous like Yeah. shirt. Sure is the seventy meter process is is indeed going to be on seven nanometer. Like are they already able to push five gigahertz on twelve cores? It seems very hard to believe. But very exciting. I mean, even these lower in parts you're talking about eight and sixteen for the corn. Thread counts at sixty five to ninety five watts. So yeah, that's I mean already. Yeah. Intel on the high end with coffee lake like the processor. That's in the GPS test bench right now is eighty seven hundred K. So that's a round four hundred dollars in most of the time. I think and that's six core twelve threads. So. Unless I've completely lost my mind. But the just the idea of where AMD has been as far as pricing with these parts. I am definitely curious. I'm looking forward to this. Oh, it'll be a complete surprise to me. I have not been briefing anything. I haven't seen anything other than these rumors myself. So. Yeah. They're keeping pretty tight at AMD in terms of debriefings, and no sign of anything on the GP or or processor side headed into CS. But that's of course, what the big events are to generate a tremendous amount of traffic around that when are you expecting anything in terms of Intel having CPU announcement that said CVS because for me, it's it's been frustrating because it's like we're doing drones we're doing this for doing vats, and or desktop at the end.

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Apple unveils new more expensive MacBook Air and iPad Pro

Leo Laporte

07:37 min | 3 years ago

Apple unveils new more expensive MacBook Air and iPad Pro

"Nice. The big ipad, the twelve point nine inch which really was the kocides of a pizza box. It was. Exaggerating. But it was so big I felt uncomfortable carrying it around. That that's interesting. They didn't increase the screen size on that one. They shrunk the overall package. So now, they say it's about the size of eight and a half by eleven piece of paper that actually. I don't know off to see so almost the same size screen as a MAC book. Garrett's almost a thirteen inch screen. So I think what's going on here is it apple is slowly telegraphing the fact that the MAC is on its way out and the ipad is on its way in they think of that as the future of computing. In fact, they even said that in fact benchmarks have seemed to have confirmed that it's faster. The twelve x bionic chip in. It is is is is is as fast as it's MAC book. Pro chip in many cases note, by the way, very importantly, the macbook pro chip is an Intel chip the twelve x bionic is an apple chip apple designed, and then they outsource it to semiconductor manufacturer and Taiwan. TSMC? That's interesting to me. It means to me Apple's getting so good at chip design that they will soon, and this has been the long been the rumor abandoned Intel. Although I just heard that they're probably gonna use Intel motives in the and their I and they go to five G at twenty twenty. But I think they're playing is. Let's get off the Intel training tells moving too slow for us. They point out. This is the first time anybody's made a chip with this new seven nanometer processor Intel's can't even tell stuck at fourteen nanometers like lightbulbs, the better the better processes have lower numbers. Unlike light bulbs. Yeah. The smaller the chip. The better seven billions of a meter is what that means is lower power, but also more efficient and faster. So they've got it really impressive chip in there. And I honestly think that this is Apple's intent is that we will stop buying those max, we don't make enough money on those max apple says get rid of the max by these nice, shiny, ipads, and iphones. Those are nice. Those are shiny makes money on those. So honestly, I feel like that's that's just it's just a little bit more confirmation that that's where we're headed. And honestly, I, you know, I, of course, for review purposes, I bought all of them. It was very expensive Tuesday. But I do it for you understand. I got the big one the little one the medium one the small one the toll one, I got them all and and we'll have reviews. In fact, they're coming soon you can order them now and go to the store and get them on Wednesday. And so by next week. I'll have at least a first look because that's four new devices. Amac minium macbook air and a big I Pat and a little I've had that I've got a review, but I will have those all for you that will be able to talk a little bit about eight hundred eighty eight ask Leo is the phone number. You can ask me about the new apple stuff. You could ask me about the old apple stuff? You can ask me about anything. Eight eight eight eight two seven five five three six that's toll-free from anywhere in the US

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Apple, Qualcomm Snapdragon and Molly G discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

Daily Tech Headlines

00:51 sec | 4 years ago

Apple, Qualcomm Snapdragon and Molly G discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

"While way announced the cube which combines an Amazon powered smart speaker with an l. t. e. sim card slot and wifi router also a cylinder, not a cube while way. Also announced its Kirin. Nine eighty system on a chip built on the seven nanometer process around arm's cortex. Seventy-six CPU and Molly g Seventy-six GP design. It also has a cat. Twenty-one modems supporting speeds up to one point, four gigabits per second. That's faster than Qualcomm Snapdragon eight hundred sixty six megabits per second.

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