28 Burst results for "Seven Nanometer"

AMD Reaches Highest CPU Market Share Since 2007, Q3

Joey's Totally Tech

05:02 min | 4 months 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 | 5 months 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 | 6 months 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"seven nanometer" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"Again. Neither is expected to go until almost a month from now so it's not necessarily bad news but it is all a bit confusing. Here's news that'll shock. No one company being being sued by another company says it will fight being sued. I told you yesterday of the wildly convoluted set of suits brought against a number of companies including oppal google t._s._m._c. by the u._s. based semiconductor foundry global foundries boiling down global foundries argues that the wpro sissies t._s._m._c. employees from its twenty eight nanometer process down at the upcoming seven nanometer process violate its intellectual property now at suing for a number of remedies including having every google phone barred from imports into the us along with every i._o._s. Device made by apple bowl to t._s._m._c. Them's fighting words and they say they're up for it. T._s._m._c. will vigorously defend its proprietary technology. Oh gee and response to global foundries complaints says the banner on a page from the company site t._s._m._c. says it's in the process of reviewing the complaints filed by global foundries though it also says it's confident that global foundries allegations are baseless then more on the fight according part part of the t._s._m._c. statement. We're disappointed to see a foundry peer resort to meritless lawsuits instead of competing in the marketplace with technology t._s._m._c. t._s._m._c. proud of its technology leadership manufacturing excellence and unwavering commitment to customers..

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"seven nanometer" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"seven nanometer" Discussed on This Week In Google

"That's what i want you to do. What i'm going to four well okay. I apologize because we just got all information they they did announce announce a new exodus which according to a non tech and this of course it'd be for the international version of the no according to a non tech is not a big difference from the existing the ninety five no it is. It's seven nanometers is the only i was going to say. The only difference is is actually a really big difference in it could be bad. I don't know it's there. I seven nanometer chip built using e v which is extreme ultraviolet lithography which is a way to deal jio with leakage on the chips but it's a brand new manufacturing process nor that means he could be it could be bad but yeah it might. It might be easy so i was going to say it is it is just a smaller version so they moved down of the eight nanometer. It's also a different yeah. It's it's the same chip made it seven nanometers <hes> so i don't i mean who knows no one knows is new who knew that they helps the cores like the frequencies. They kept those mostly the same so it's not like you're gonna see a sudden power boost here. I think let's see what did they change yeah. It's it's basically the same except at the middle course they're gonna go from two point one three one gigahertz to two point four gigahertz for those you guys who are accounting all your your hurts things are going to put in a dedicated a or d._s._p. Kind of like google does with their pixel funds for photography right now. They have the molly the arm valley core. They've built their own g._p. You okay which is probably good enough. I mean even though google's got their dedicated processor i don't i don't think we know the workloads yet on the phones that are gonna need this like some of the things they're showing might benefit from. I'm a slightly different ship design but not that new really missing adobe was able to do this with an iphone into the three d. mapping rear four years ago yeah. I'm thinking about things like you know handling these zoom in on the mike. I'm trying to think about like and you've got the fingerprint recognition i don't. I don't know how do you train it in. That model just gets executed or you. Training one thing that is new is there is a time of flight sensor on the back of the phone. Does the iphone have a time of flight center for tracking your face or do they use different they paint your face with red dot dot dot projection to give you so the the both have kind of the same purpose which is to get depth information time of flight measures the time it takes to bounce stuff off of you as opposed to a yeah so it's what was in your lighthouse camera..

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"seven nanometer" Discussed on The Tesla Show

The Tesla Show

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"seven nanometer" Discussed on The Tesla Show

"Because then you don't even know which one to trust for the backup plan. Right. So I do think they're going to have a lot more work to do in describing their plans for these sort of these fail overs and safeties. I kinda think what may end up actually happening again, which we talked about in the best is that this board is not actually going to be the one that. Is going to be operating without people in it. And this is the one that is good enough when there's still a human supervisor. And that the new board that they're going to work on. We'll probably have another level of redundancy because they're already a work on the next generation, which I thought was kind of crazy that Ilan let himself walked down that path because they none of the analysts asked about that until well what happened with someone asks you think this is really good enough. And then someone else had asked why did you use fourteen nanometer die process is why wouldn't you do something like ten nanometer even seven nanometer than Pete ban in paused looked over to Ilan because clearly he wasn't authorized to say we're already working on a new one. And then Ilan said, oh, yeah. Don't don't worry about that. Like, you know, we're not here to talk about it today, but we are already halfway through development. Of the next version of this full self-driving chip, and we will of course, do the obvious things. You would in a second gen which sounds like they're going to do a process shrink. And then P Bannon said, yeah, we couldn't get all of the licensed IP. We wanted for ten nanometer or for lower nanometer. Yeah. Ten nanometer. So they had to do to fourteen nanometer. And so basically that just means when you strength the process is you can get lower power needs. And you can also get higher density of transistors. And so lower power and faster throughput, and I think the iphones now are like seven nanometer and a lot of the Samsung chips are at seven nanometer TSMC can do that. So being at fourteen is definitely a cheaper option. But I thought that was really funny. They talked about that in advance and open the door for people to start telling asking about what's happening with the next one. Why do you need another one? Because I thought that was a little weird though. Because I mean, obviously, they're gonna keep iterating on it. Even just in the same form factor to just like take advantage of like, you say like, diet drinks and the power savings that would come with that. Because I mean, they mentioned like, you know, if it's taking a hundred watts and their their estimate for the model three is about two hundred fifty watts per mile of driving. So one hundred lots of powers what's that like a third of a mile or quarter mile or something like that that it's to every hour. Yeah. Yeah. So it's it's it's I mean, it just seems obvious that they're going to just keep iterating on this. And especially when you look at like the the advances that are being. Made in in phones, like the latest iphone and pixel like they have like these really really low power like AI chips being built into them now, and you have to imagine that technology is going to start trickling into things like this, or you know, that sort of type of technology like the mobile phones, the mobile phone industry pushes forward a lot of other industries with the advances. They make well that's the interesting thing about Pete ban and having come from that world of doing the a series of chips at apple is he certainly quite aware of that. And I thought it was interesting to actually shared the timeline that they had started this team from no one just over three years ago. It took him about a year and a half to get the design complete, and then they started the manufacturing process and sample process, and so just now in April, and may are those ships shipping, but clearly the design team is now much larger than it was on day one and. And they are already, you know, approximately Ilan halfway through. And this guy knows how in this team knows how to ship chips on time..

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"seven nanometer" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

This Is Only A Test

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"seven nanometer" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

"Guess what you would need the size ragging writes, you would need it. If you were going to render a higher VR VR headsets Lutely, maybe that's that's the way of them to say if we can push out AK pixel, then we could render at high frame rate enough for a much higher. You have You to have wonder. to wonder how how much does VR way in their pricing. Veins sold for million care. The care. They sold ninety million PS force that is a small percentage of their base. My guess is that the attach rate for people who VR headsets is way better than the attach rate for the other six million only a couple more beat savers. Right. It's been successful for them. I hope that it is a major part of their strategy because PS VR is solid platform is just lacks what use use existing controller. Exactly. Yeah. It was kind of an afterthought. And if they could do it from the ground up with well tracked controllers, and like the headsets already decent. But if they could boost to something massive like four K or even eight that'd be awesome. Well, and and here's the other thing. That's interesting is like right now PS VR is a kind of fracture platform in that. If you're a Dev in your building a game like falcon came out last week is really really neat. Check it off VR. Yeah. If you don't have like, they built it for move controllers with the are dual shock four with VR and. Also will shop for with normal TV. So they have essentially three different games in three different mechanisms they had to build does for. It's really complicated. It'd be really nice in a future generation if they said, okay PSBR is this some hand controllers that track in all three dimensions. Not just to and kind of the third and that's the platform for going forward. I I would I would hope that they do that. Yes. So the developers can choose dual shock. But assume that everybody has access to the move. So they can just build stuff for you gotta bundle. It makes more sense final the hand controllers with headset with not necessarily with whatever PlayStation is right. Yeah. So the rumor I heard about this story is that wired had access to some leak, and oh they were gonna publish anyway, and they were going to publish anyway. And that's I heard that from a couple of different places. So this wasn't part of a plan. So this may not have been part of a concerted role outta the other thing. Timing wise is not twenty nineteen. I don't think that's a surprise. And they're not even doing keynote at three. Yeah. Like looking look everybody's bailing. Eighty-three sounds like looking at the looking at the timing on seven nanometer right now. Like how much how much seven nanometer chips, you can buy keep sagging czar, Jeremy.

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

Your Weekly Tech Update

04:07 min | 2 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 Windows Weekly

Windows Weekly

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"seven nanometer" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"But it's supposed to be a significant performance improvement over the original chip set. He does he's marks with the Kieran chip from highway the nine eight him, which is also based on the a seventy. Okay. So actually if he's comparing it to a Karen nine eighty but was. That might be something for smart funds for the PC yet. But he does talk about the fact that Qualcomm platforms coming this carry seven nanometer part. I have to say that when I'm looking at his geek bench scores. Anyway, that the apple a twelve just whoops in and actually even the ten. Whoops it. So all right. So actually, let's go down a little bit of a sidetrack here because you mentioned that. And I think this is kind of I didn't put this into notes I almost did. But I don't know if it was last week of the week before we were talking about the MAC book air, and how it has a. Y series Intel core processors still core a generation. Yep. We've had a anyone who reviews, laptops. Or is us one of these dogs in the past knows that anything that was core or Weisser is in the past has been terrible. This you hear that to say. I have. Yeah. Yeah. No. That was my point. So they kind of beefed it up for apple a seven what part? Yeah. It's seven. What part it has a fan. So it's getting debate heat. So could probably the turbo boost can last longer in my use. And I well I have a system theories about this now. But I at the time I couldn't attributed to the part or the MAC OS that may or may not be more efficient than windows. You know? But I think the new MAC book air works. Great. So I was since then leased actually because I'd like the form factor a lot. Yeah. Since then I've got an HP folio in spectra folio. That's the one that is still leather one wrapped in leather. Yeah. So that computer also uses a wife series part. In fact, is from the same family of processors as the version in the MAC book air now, they don't have a fan based cooling. Right. So there's none of that. It probably can't hit the same. Turbo. Boosts or whatever, you know. It's not a seven one part. But in talking to HP about this. They were like a lot of people like these geek pants..

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Apple unveils new more expensive MacBook Air and iPad Pro

Leo Laporte

07:37 min | 2 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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"seven nanometer" Discussed on iMore

iMore

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"seven nanometer" Discussed on iMore

"Down scales for Cape. We're probably just gives you ten p because it's more efficient and shows you that. So anything that's beyond at two Xs really hard for your eyes to see it is a little bit sharper on tennis. That's why it's a premium. But Jim and I both, I think you had a chance to play with ten to Jim. Did the screen make your eyes bleed. Surprisingly, no, my eyes didn't leave. When I looked at that that phone, you even notice? No, no, no. It's a phenomenal display. It's the best LCD technology on the market. It doesn't do HD are because some people will say LCD HD HDR but because it doesn't do true blacks kinda does a. It goes for the higher end of the scale in the lower endoscopic. It's a whole a whole video on it again, explain the whole thing. But the thing is the iphone ten, our cost less than the iphone. So it has less green density as one camera that of two cameras. It has three gigabytes of ram because it doesn't have to push all the pixels that attend has to push and I could go on and on about why there's like real simple reasons for all the stuff and people should just ask I and film videos and right, angry blog, post later lease. Please. Please watch reunites Victor video on that to get all of the details because it's all gonna make sense in all gonna come out very clear on. You're gonna understand it. So anytime somebody posts something. Hang on some blogs about the iphone ten, our cost too much money and just gives you a bunch of outdated technology. You'll be able to understand it has also the same world. I eight, seven nanometer processor as the iphone, Dennis understand how wrong someone is on the internet. All right. No, Rene, thank you for for that as well, because I, some of these, it seems a lot of the times the Nate well, and it makes sense. I'm sure Georgia can speak to this, but the and we've actually talked about before about iphone, like antenna gate and all of these different ones that have come out. The negative stuff is the stuff that seems to carry farther. Sorry further, and it is also I've noticed a matter of those negative things more likely to reach the public and sort of folks aren't steeped in in tech every day. And so when my family is asking, oh, I heard that this I phone is blah because I'm like stand in for apple in my family. They complain to me instead of the company, then I can sort of explain what's going on there. So that is that is helpful. And I have always been, of course, an advocate for. Explaining away falsehoods in in in better understanding things in general when and helping people understand things when they don't. So yeah, that's a great video to check out. I would Jim kinda credit because like I was I was not sure how to handle any of the stuff a long time ago I went to them and said, Joe, I feel like I'm just giving them attention if I address this and he said, no, you're, they don't matter. It's the, it's the audience that matters..

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"seven nanometer" Discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"seven nanometer" Discussed on The Vergecast

"This is what this is. Absolutely what they told me my God. Yeah, I don't know. Okay. But they, it's all about the. Neural engine, the neural engine. Like it's now seven animator chips. So the whole thing smaller transistors into it, which by the way, don't want to gloss over seven. The huge milestone and it's been kind of a big stumbling block for a lot of companies. Lot of people struggling to get seven nanometer. I don't even know who manufacturers apples chips, but that's it's TSMC. Very cool. I think it's TSMC to any seven nanometers chips, smaller bigger, GPU neural engine, the neural engine and the iphone ten and eleven bionic does like five hundred billion operations for second. Okay. The new one. Okay. Like six trillion. It's like one of those five trillion operations per second. But they also said that the neural engine is designed so that he can send tasks to the CPU the GP. So I'm I'm wondering if those are included in the five trillion. My sense of all of this is they think the narrow engine is like the future of their processor chain, right? Like they know Jeep CPG Pugh stuff is important, but where they were, they're going with a lot of their AR stuff with their core stuff with their cameras stuff. Yeah, is they want the neural engine to be far more involved for more often. So you're just giving them more capacity on the chip? Yeah. And if I'm Google, I'm thinking I should be doing the same thing. They've got a little chip that does the photo stuff on the pixel. But if they're going to be like, Qualcomm chips are going to be like the albatrosses hanging around their neck for a while, like let the rest of Android use that, and they should be pushing more and more stuff into the custody to us that they can make like they really need to. And they're going to be behind for a while in terms of these chips. Until they do. So speaking of Google in this camera ladder, a peace rest today. It was like, man, the iphone camera idea, sir. Sounds a lot like the Google pixel camera idea. Yeah. So I said, I think on the verge has last week apple, like really needs to catch up to the pixel two camera once again, they spent their entire event comparing the iphone to DSL ours hip. That's that's where they want you to think this is a DSL, our quality photo. The answer is that they're still not as far still don't have the resolution. They definitely it when it comes to dynamic range and color capture, they're doing cooler stuff, especially as far as she are, they're doing stuff that Nydia seller can do. Yeah. But just in terms of like pure resolution in low light performance in our x one hundred, we'll do better. It's just like plain to see, but they do not compare it against the pixel two, right? They never talk about other smart fans. And I think part of the reason is other smartphones were beating the iphone ten camera. Now they're doing this computational photography thing where they take four frames automatically. Just they're constantly capturing four frames. Yep. They capture along frame short frame along short frame. Then when you hit the shutter button, it decides if there's motion on like there's motion happening, it will pick to either the long frame of the short frame and then certain merging information back into it. That's pretty neat. Yeah. It's very much wiggle doing this. Very, very close. Yeah. Like they're, they're basically like they're in the same. I don't know ballpark in the same pixel bucket. Jason. Jason. 'cause it's four microns speaker Mcgann. So that's the tennis. I don't know what else to tell you about it at length because you get to lace in all the other stuff like the phone, it's the one, right? It's the top of the line, Johnny upset. It's uncompromising. Yes, he did, which surely implies the ten hours compromise. I don't know what else to tell you, but it's the most expensive. It's not the led screen. It's got three touch it, Scott, all the cameras, stuff that can throw at it and now it's time for an ad so that we can tell you about the ten or k..

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

Daily Tech Headlines

00:51 sec | 2 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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"seven nanometer" Discussed on The Cryptoverse

The Cryptoverse

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"seven nanometer" Discussed on The Cryptoverse

"The difficulty of bitcoin mining flat now and then start to decline. Okay. So moving on says, however, these rough anecdotes assume that my knees using a sense, seven, nanometer chips and either do not work officially well or will not be sold into two thousand nineteen. Let's pose that for second. So seven nanometers. This refers to the actual silicon chip. That does the processing. So all electric devices have these silicon microsiping right desktop computer. He get you Snapdragon processes in your Samson phones. So on and the seven nanometers, that's a measurement as a physical measurement of the distance between the transistors on the chip and the close together. You can get them the the more transistor you compact onto a little silicon wafer. That's like a couple of inches square. So you can. You can increase the physical size of it. Technically, you could make a silicon micro, say the size of a book right boards because of standardization like you see, an Intel person writes a couple of inches square. So that's the as the form factor. The packaging said to get more processing power of that to me, he's silicon anyway to do is to get more transistors onto that piece of silicon in any way to do that is to get the get the transistor's closer together. So when is seven enemy is immesnse between two transistors side by side. There. Only seven nanometers of distance. Right? And that's like Moore's law, the closer and closer close. You can get those two transistors, the more you can pack onto a two inch square wafer of silicon. So, and that's the key with mining equipment. Right? Is the question, get them while mining, pow, compact, the mining power, you can pack the more chances of finding the the nonce in winning the mining rewards, right? Leaning on says bit main dragon mint and GMO all racing to build such minus. So there's three court main competitors in the bitcoin mining machine game in a bit main may the unmined as you dragon mint and GMO moving on says the fem that successfully brings these seven nanometer minus two mock. It will absolutely lower the marginal cost of the average mining farm and decimate. The older generation mining rigs price leads the hash rate, and the final confirmation of break even level will be where the difficulty actually drops that would require a substantial period of price week. Innis to shelter enough minus for the hash rate to full next heading says winning doubt IPO. Everyone is talking about the bit main IPO so bit main initial public offering, whereas that going to launch this shares on Chinese stock exchange. So that in a regular share, investors can buy shares in the bit. Main company is running a public company. Once you get past, the initial ego boost is so optimal. That's I agree with that. I do agree with that. I am no fan of IPO's really it. I'm it makes companies way less nimble and like it says here, one of the main reasons why IPO is for the is for long-term investors employee management to cash out at a high. Multiple companies also APO to raise lodge of capital to fund expansion. So that's the justification. It's like if we sell, if we sell in a fifty percent of the business to the public by shoeing shares, then. We can get this massive cash injection. We use cash to grow the business and in the fifty percent that we still own of the company, the founders. Well, if we can double the value of the company and and some will end up better off over all and also lower risk. And whether you're also offloading risk onto the public by buying those shares. Right. So like says, IPO's orphan used full like initially, investors invested in the company right at the beginning and employees that own some shares in the private company and the management to make out like benefits and lowered their risk right. Moving only says as a public company, the scrutiny on operations is never ending, say the wrong thing and you could be in court for years. You think mugs uka bag likes being publicly lamb bested by no nothing congressmen and women..

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"seven nanometer" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

PC Perspective Podcast

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"seven nanometer" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

"And would you say that it is overperforming underperforming i i have no idea but it's a two core not gpu part so chances are as it's not it's not it's not good there are two trains of thought here one ten nanometer is it can be fine the things we just gotta work out and tweak it and everything's fine the other are it's fundamentally unsound and you will never get it to work at the levels you needed to be i i am of two minds of this i think in its current configuration it probably will never meet the benchmarks they needed to but there are many things that they can do because you know process analogy is is like science and alchemy combined it's really absolutely bizarre until until they see how something works and can quantify it it's like they don't really know if if it will work or not i mean there's theory and obviously theory to reality for intel broke down somewhere that they need to take the reality and make adjustments and see what comes out and i you know everybody can be critic because it's easy to say you done screwed up but yeah i don't know where that they really are going to go i mean they they now have two options one fixed ten nanometer or scrap entirely and just focus on seven nanometer and try to learn the lessons that they got from ten nanometer i mean they threw a bunch of technologies at ten animator i mean cobalt i can't remember all the other different you know gate features that that they had sean but it just it was a lot of stuff and it was all in a very very tight package and if you look at the physical dimensions ten then a meter is still tighter overall than the competition seven nanometer parts like tsmc but if they can't make it it doesn't matter it doesn't matter because you know if you crap and he products you make are extremely simple the people who can leverage twelve nanometer which is you know samsa samsung scoble foundries global foundries you know enhanced fourteen nanometer stuff if you can put out parts at will and still be able to compete with intel at their fourteen plus plus then tells losing money there they do not have command of the the market that they previously did because essentially the playing level the playing field is level right now and it's going to get worse for intel in twenty nineteen so yeah they've made a boatload of money in twenty seventeen and twenty team twenty eighteen is going to close out very very strong for them as they still have very good parts out there they are they're keeping their margins they still have all the customers that they have but twenty nineteen is is going to be an inflection point because amd will have seven nanometer parts intel will not have ten nanometer stuff they will still have to rely on fourteen animator plus plus plus plus plus whatever they decide do amdi is going to have a density advantage over intel and that is going to be huge for data center i don't think that amdi is going to take over data center but attentively they could take up words of ten percent of intel's really high margin high end big money data center with their epic processors especially seven made him so let's not try to guess who will replace him that's too as we just be guessing do you think what changes when you have a successor right and i guess part of this question is impossible to answer until you know who the successor is do we see any shift in direction for what they're doing right if you look they have where the rat on the desktop cpu cyber on service ep side or the rat on mobile where they're at on a i do they pga's do they change anything this is this is actually the second big loss for them or removal.

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"seven nanometer" Discussed on Windows Weekly

Windows Weekly

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"seven nanometer" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"For a couple years now you some new phone will come out with us and i phone some kind of an eight whatever processor from qualcomm where it's like this thing is you know it was i it was like desktop class performance with you know kind of air quote thing around it and and now it's getting the point where no it literally has desktop class performance it's it's it's it's an interesting threat and this i think they have the same opportunity to do to intel what apple and gogol did to microsoft i wonder if they're working on this whole problem with hyper threading and speculative execution i i mean i know it they're subject to it every modern processor is to rent to timing attacks using these speculative execution techniques but if they are going to do a desktop processor if you really wanted to kill intel you'd find a way to have you find a way to happen format so that speculative execution and then and then man came over because intel i think intel's chip roadmap probably's what three four years ahead data they're not gonna fix that for years right that's the point you're right in other words they would have to in a sense admit defeat even though they have not yet been defeated but they kind of see the future is clearly as it's going to be and say you know we're going to do a half step here in step back and rethink things and this little upward trajectory we've been enjoying is going to come to a halt for a little while because we need to figure this out and i just don't see i just don't see them doing that oh it's good i mean it's good for consumers you know until it doesn't do anything unless it's pressed with the competition amd was the last competitor push until i think with rising they actually are pushing until now and you're seeing seven nanometer from tsmc yeah yeah intel just can't seem to get that going i mean i it it's an interesting time yup i mean sometimes yeah intel like you said until needs to be kind of kicked around a little bit for them to respond to this properly it's just a matter of timing they're badly i mean the only hold out at this point they've lost mobile it looks like they're they may lose desktop and then it survey data center way today to well yeah i mean this is one of those another one of those bandages of these arm chips is the just the third on these things right they can do like high cluster kind of arm based server racks or whatever and they consume a lot less power than in tulsa i saw you know it's not there it hasn't happened yet i don't mean don't get me wrong there there are no arm pc's outselling intel pc's of any kind there are no you know they're there but i think everyone including people inside of intel can kind of see where the market's going and and it's they're going to have to adjust and again if if intel ends up winning and they pull microsoft and they did it that will still benefit all of us it's fine no no we don't have to route we don't have to choose a winner we just we just have to sit back and be happy this happened yeah exactly because this is going to have a positive outcome from everybody i think so everybody whoever.

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"seven nanometer" Discussed on MacCast - For Mac Geeks, by Mac Geeks

MacCast - For Mac Geeks, by Mac Geeks

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"seven nanometer" Discussed on MacCast - For Mac Geeks, by Mac Geeks

"End user to basically generate a key for themselves and kind of handle that process so you're not just tied into the dealer doing it some car manufacturers like audi are actually already using the system so it's out there in and in deployment and that sounds pretty cool you know the ability to kind of replace all this extra stuff with your phone i guess the only dilemma is for those folks who tend to lose or misplace their phone if you've got your wallet on their your keys on there and your phone on there you know and it's your phone that's a becomes a pretty vital important piece of your life luckily i guess we have find my iphone so it's a little easier to find an iphone i think than sometimes than it is your car keys or that sort of thing but anyway i i think that's pretty cool i'd i'd like to be able to just have my phone in my pocket able to walk up unlock my car hop in driving have to worry about carrying a bunch of keys around so i look forward to the day when that's kind of the standard and the reality and since this is our only iphone related story this week i'm going to take this section or this moment as time to slot in one other iphone related bit of news little minor one but it looks like apple's getting ready to go into production on their eight twelve series processors digitize says tsmc has ramped up production of apples a twelve series processors in they're using their new advanced seven nanometer process and there have been rumors that that process was being impacted by as we typically here slower than expected or lower yield rates and during the announcement of the the ramp up tsm t s emcees ceo addressed those rumors saying that the overall capacity in twenty teen of their san seven nanometer process is expected to be about twelve million wafers that's actually going to be up one point five million from twenty seventeen levels so we can expect that they're not gonna have as many issues or they're at least alluding saying that they are not going to have as many issues so if should be plenty of iphone processors to go around this year and they're also getting ready with their five nanometer node technology but that's not expected to reach mass production until the end of twenty nineteen so that means that apple is going to be stuck with these seven nanometer process probably for two years now not that that's a bad thing but they're not going to be moving the next gen technology till the end of twenty nineteen so eight thirteen expect that to also be on the seven nanometer process all right remember way back when in september apple had a little event they announced some products and devices little something called the iphone eight eight plus an iphone ten and at the end of that presentation they also announced a new wireless charging product since all those new products were supporting wireless charging apple was going to bring us something called the air power matt or air power it was a three in one wireless charging matt that had the ability to wirelessly.

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"seven nanometer" Discussed on The MacCast

The MacCast

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"seven nanometer" Discussed on The MacCast

"End user to basically generate a key for themselves and kind of handle that process so you're not just tied into the dealer doing it some car manufacturers like audi are actually already using the system so it's out there in and in deployment and that sounds pretty cool you know the ability to kind of replace all this extra stuff with your phone i guess the only dilemma is for those folks who tend to lose or misplace their phone if you've got your wallet on their your keys on there and your phone on there you know and it's your phone that's a becomes a pretty vital important piece of your life luckily i guess we have find my iphone so it's a little easier to find an iphone i think than sometimes than it is your car keys or that sort of thing but anyway i i think that's pretty cool i'd i'd like to be able to just have my phone in my pocket able to walk up unlock my car hop in driving have to worry about carrying a bunch of keys around so i look forward to the day when that's kind of the standard and the reality and since this is our only iphone related story this week i'm going to take this section or this moment as time to slot in one other iphone related bit of news little minor one but it looks like apple's getting ready to go into production on their eight twelve series processors digitize says tsmc has ramped up production of apples a twelve series processors in they're using their new advanced seven nanometer process and there have been rumors that that process was being impacted by as we typically here slower than expected or lower yield rates and during the announcement of the the ramp up tsm t s emcees ceo addressed those rumors saying that the overall capacity in twenty teen of their san seven nanometer process is expected to be about twelve million wafers that's actually going to be up one point five million from twenty seventeen levels so we can expect that they're not gonna have as many issues or they're at least alluding saying that they are not going to have as many issues so if should be plenty of iphone processors to go around this year and they're also getting ready with their five nanometer node technology but that's not expected to reach mass production until the end of twenty nineteen so that means that apple is going to be stuck with these seven nanometer process probably for two years now not that that's a bad thing but they're not going to be moving the next gen technology till the end of twenty nineteen so eight thirteen expect that to also be on the seven nanometer process all right remember way back when in september apple had a little event they announced some products and devices little something called the iphone eight eight plus an iphone ten and at the end of that presentation they also announced a new wireless charging product since all those new products were supporting wireless charging apple was going to bring us something called the air power matt or air power it was a three in one wireless charging matt that had the ability to wirelessly.

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"seven nanometer" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"seven nanometer" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"And some of the approaches from a operating system standpoint in manipulating maneuvering and actually interfacing like we see more with the iphone and the ipad the size of the circuitry on the microchip known as the process no determines its power consumption option and the smaller the transistors on the chip the wider variety of things you can put on it such as a wireless modem gps receiver image processors etc each new silicone breakthrough is named after an even smaller distance between the chip components and it's of course measured in nanometers in a latest chip that apple in a in ib ara intel been working on there at the seven nanometer meter level so we'll of course are heading to even even smaller ships the consume less power and do more victories and apple and the competitors are watching these chips in these chipsets courses they want more seamless integration between these devices so people that know how to use one know how to use another one they can share data maybe even share peripherals things of that nature the depth sensor on the iphone ten recognizes the face but it could someday play a key role in apple's augmented reality software so we'll see they don't really have a release date on windows might happen but it says apple could also look to create a cheaper mac book because the line has stagnated over time in fact mac computers and or laptops have about five percent of the market and it's never been higher than about eight in spin as low as to some years ago so if they had a cheaper mac book it might be able to spur people to upgrade and others that may you're in the windows world take a look at the mac book as an alternative so we'll see when they really get around the product announcements it looks like this could be more of a next year announcement when they had their big developers conference and we of course if apple were to do this it'd be interesting to see because the windows you don't have any popularity of windows mobile phones there less than a half of a half a percent so as you say well we're gonna have windows and have the same interface on a phone.

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"seven nanometer" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"seven nanometer" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Clinton what did you think of ambi and they came out with their not only they surpassed the twenty eight core they went to thirty two and then they went from there fourteen nanometer died two seven nanometer yeah i'm really rooting for md and i think with their latest stuff with the thread ripper and their new wrath ripper air cooler for the thread ripper a love the naming but the problem with that amd's facing i think is that they just now this may be i'll have to look at the benchmarks of these they may finally be catching up for some reason they've been a it's been a little hard for them to make chips that are as good as the intel chips and for longtime i loved amd and i was grateful amd because without amd intel would be even worse than it is but in the last couple of years intel really has gone downhill they have not been able to innovate and it's given amd time to kind of catch up so these new amd processors are i think at least on paper fairly impressive that the they have a thirty two core thread ripper but remember one of the things to keep in mind you're obviously enthusiasts the number of cores isn't necessarily mean it's it's a much faster processor the cores benefit you if you do something that will you use more than one core but most of what you do right only uses one court at time right and that's my final last question i'm going to be putting together a quote unquote workstation i do i'm not really interested in gaming more as far as like a rendering and three d modeling and so forth that's where you'd be benefiting right multi cores you know i bought i bought the ten core i mac pro and it doesn't feel any in any way faster but i can keep a lot of processes running at once and when i'm doing things like three d rendering that do take a lot of time it is fast right though you know i recently three d rendered a go pro video it still took many hours just fewer hours single or quad core or dual core processor.

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"seven nanometer" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"seven nanometer" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Thread repor amd says it will still fit in the same motherboard socket it'll be built on a twelve nanometer process and available in q three amd also demonstrated the first seven nanometer g you that will be part of amd's instinct line of chips instinct is meant for machine learning though the new chip will make its way into radian gaming cards as well amdi did not announce any other specs but it was shown with thirty two gigabytes of high bandwidth memory samples of the seven nanometer gp or going out now and amd expected in products by the end of the year well novo announced the modular z three play phone in brazil wednesday it has a six inch twenty one sixty by ten eighty eighteen nine aspect ratio screen with the fingerprint reader on the side z three play we'll sell bundled with either a speaker module or a battery module for four hundred ninety nine dollars starting this summer apples air pods will get support for live listen when it arrives in ios twelve live listen is designed to work with made for iphone hearing aids streams microphone audio from the phone to the hearing aid to aid comprehension and it will now do so with the air pods as well amazon echo and echo dot will begin shipping to customers in france starting june eleventh the echo spot will follow in july amazon says it built the experience from the ground up just for france prices will be temporarily discounted at launch reuters sources say z t has reached an agreement to lift the us ban on buying from us suppliers which has caused z t e to cease major operations the deal supposedly includes a billion dollar fine plus four hundred million dollars in escrow to cover any future violations the us commerce department says no definitive agreement has yet been signed phil zimmermann creator of pgp encryption has joined start page dot com to work on product and crypto start page offers a privacy focused search engine and email service uber will launch its jump electric bicycle sharing service in berlin by the end of summer ceo derek does russia he announced the launch in berlin saying hooper wants quote too.

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"seven nanometer" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

Daily Tech Headlines

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"seven nanometer" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

"Thread repor amd says it will still fit in the same motherboard socket it'll be built on a twelve nanometer process and available in q three amd also demonstrated the first seven nanometer g you that will be part of amd's instinct line of chips instinct is meant for machine learning though the new chip will make its way into radian gaming cards as well amdi did not announce any other specs but it was shown with thirty two gigabytes of high bandwidth memory samples of the seven nanometer gp or going out now and amd expected in products by the end of the year well novo announced the modular z three play phone in brazil wednesday it has a six inch twenty one sixty by ten eighty eighteen nine aspect ratio screen with the fingerprint reader on the side z three play we'll sell bundled with either a speaker module or a battery module for four hundred ninety nine dollars starting this summer apples air pods will get support for live listen when it arrives in ios twelve live listen is designed to work with made for iphone hearing aids streams microphone audio from the phone to the hearing aid to aid comprehension and it will now do so with the air pods as well amazon echo and echo dot will begin shipping to customers in france starting june eleventh the echo spot will follow in july amazon says it built the experience from the ground up just for france prices will be temporarily discounted at launch reuters sources say z t has reached an agreement to lift the us ban on buying from us suppliers which has caused z t e to cease major operations the deal supposedly includes a billion dollar fine plus four hundred million dollars in escrow to cover any future violations the us commerce department says no definitive agreement has yet been signed phil zimmermann creator of pgp encryption has joined start page dot com to work on product and crypto start page offers a privacy focused search engine and email service uber will launch its jump electric bicycle sharing service in berlin by the end of summer ceo derek does russia he announced the launch in berlin saying hooper wants quote too.

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"seven nanometer" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

PC Perspective Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"seven nanometer" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

"Until i seven forty that would be there you discreet cheap you yeah it was probably in three d that's right correct it was not very good but it was okay it was good if they released it on time decided to at all these agp function to it and made a descent year and a half late no tools i guess what it is right we have this deal g series on the run down but i think i deleted it from the show so i don't have a link for it but del released g series gaming notebooks i don't have i don't have anything for it i think it's it's like their inspiration level gaming notebooks it's they're sort of mainstream gaming notebooks that alienware stuff so i mean they've had the on fifteen gaming for awhile i think there's kind of rebranding hp to similar thing today we didn't have the news up on it but they have inspir on gaming notebooks now as opposed to their own stuff the hp does not have inspir on sorry pavilion there you go i was i was i was thinking through my wheels has like no something's not right in that sentence up there it is very similar brand think got it so okay all right so there's that let's let's talk about samsung seven nanometer apparently based on this story from tim sampson completes development of seven enemy or process tech this is a heavily translated document so keep that in mind as we go through all all the details there six months ahead of schedule with seven animator e you've process.

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