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AMD Announces The Ryzen AI 300 Series For Mobile: Zen 5 With RDNA 3.5, and XDNA2 NPU With 50 TOPS

During AMD’s opening keynote at Computex 2024, company CEO Dr. Lisa Su revealed AMD’s latest AI PC-focused chip lineup for the mobile market, the Ryzen AI 300 series. Based on AMD’s new Zen 5 CPU microarchitecture, the Ryzen AI 300 series – codenamed Strix Point – is intended to offer an across-the-board improvement in mobile…

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Qualcomm: Some Snapdragon X Elite Laptops Will Come with 5G Modems

One of Qualcomm’s indisputable strengths are its 5G modems – something which even Apple has yet to successfully ween itself from. And while Qualcomm is not integrating a modem into its first-generation Oryon-based Snapdragon X chips, the company is still looking to leverage that technology advantage via discrete modems that can be installed in Snapdragon…

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Samsung Foundry Unveils Updated Roadmap: BSPDN and 2nm Evolution Through 2027

Samsung this week has unveiled its latest process technologies roadmap at the company’s Samsung Foundry Forum (SFF) U.S. The new plan covers the evolution of Samsung’s 2nm-class production nodes through 2027, including a process technology with a backside power delivery, re-emphasizing plans to bring out a 1.4nm-class node in 2027, and the introduction of a…

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Palit could be leading the “cooling revolution” for GPUs with hybrid system

Graphics card manufacturer Palit has teased new information about its upcoming GPU coolers promising a “cooling revolution” to come at Computex 2024. Announced via Twitter alongside a brief 12-second teaser, Palit tells consumers to “get ready for the future of graphics card cooling at Computex” as it’s “unveiling a new concept of graphics card thermal solution”. #Palit…

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VESA Rolls Out DisplayHDR 1.2 Spec: Adding Color Accuracy, Black Crush, & Wide-Color Gamuts For All

VESA this morning is taking the wraps off of the next iteration of its DisplayHDR monitor certification standard, DisplayHDR 1.2. Designed to raise the bar on display quality, the updated DisplayHDR conformance test suite imposes new luminance, color gamut, and color accuracy requirements that extend across the entire spectrum of DisplayHDR tiers – including the…

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The Intel Core Ultra 7 155H Review: Meteor Lake Marks A Fresh Start To Mobile CPUs

One of the most significant events of last six months in mobile computing has been Intel and the launch of their disaggregated Meteor Lake SoC architecture. Meteor Lake, along with the new Core and Core Ultra product brands, heralds the dawn of Intel’s first chiplet architecture for mass-market mobile devices, courtesy of the Intel 4…

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AMD is finally ending branding headaches: Strix Point CPUs might use ‘Ryzen AI’ from here on out

According to a new report, AMD may streamline its mobile CPU brand names by discontinuing the HS, H, and U designations for its 15-45W TDP (Thermal Design Power) chips.Instead, the designation will be changed to the ‘Ryzen AI’ name starting with the upcoming Zen 5 Strix Point processor generation, according to Weibo (reported by igor’sLAB).…

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NVIDIA Intros RTX A1000 and A400: Entry-Level ProViz Cards Get Ray Tracing

With NVIDIA’s Turing architecture turning six years old this year, the company has been retiring many of the remaining Turing products from its video card lineup. And today that spirit of spring cleaning is coming to the entry-level segment of NVIDIA’s professional visualization lineup, where NVIDIA is introducing a pair of new desktop cards based…

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Intel’s next-gen CPUs might confuse you with their names – but whatever Arrow Lake is called, it’ll face a tough fight against AMD Zen 5

Intel’s Arrow Lake processors are inbound for desktop PCs and should land later this year, and we’ve just caught a leak about how these chips might be named.This comes from one of the more regular leakers on X (formerly Twitter), and as ever, sprinkle a whole lot of seasoning on the claims.The theory from leaker…

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Qualcomm Intros Snapdragon 7+ Gen 3: Pushing GenAI Into Premium Smartphones

“Absent another Snapdragon 7+ chip this year, it’s hard to see the [Snapdragon 8s Gen 3] as anything other than the 7+’s successor.” -Ryan Smith, AnandTech, March 18th, 2024 Proving the adage “ask, and you shall receive”, Qualcomm is back this week for a second Snapdragon SoC announcement for mobile phones. This time, the company…

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