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E na China depois que o CCP mandou cortar o gato direto na fonte, ordenando as companhias elétricas a cortar a energia de sítios de mineração já identificados e notórios, esses começaram a embarcar contêiners até o teto com notbooks e placas de vídeo para os USA diretamente para outros sítios de mineração e venda no Ebay (tentativa de dar o Migué de que não é placa surrada vinda da China...). Malandragem linda!     




 :lolmor:  Aqui no Brasil ele já tinha perdido legal...


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Red Dead Redemption 2 PC’s DLSS update is out, with a ‘45% 4K performance boost’





Red Dead Redemption 2’s Nvidia DLSS update is now available, adding a significant performance boost for owners of RTX video cards.


DLSS is a feature exclusive to Nvidia’s RTX graphics cards and works by using AI to upscale the resolution of PC games, effectively allowing players to achieve higher graphical settings and better frame rates from their systems.


DLSS can now be enabled in Red Dead Redemption 2 and Red Dead Online’s Settings menu and accelerates performance by up to 45% at 4K, according to Nvidia.


At 2560×1440, GeForce RTX 3060 Ti and above users can expect frame rates above 60 FPS, according to the manufacturer. At 3840×2160, players with a GeForce RTX 3070 or faster can expect 60 FPS+ max setting gameplay, it claims.



According to a Digital Foundry analysis, DLSS 2.0 at any normal screen distance “looks almost as good as the real thing.”


The update coincides with the release of Red Dead Online’s latest update, Blood Money.


According to Rockstar, Blood Money adds three multi-part Crime Contracts — The Railroad Contract, The Jeb Phelps Contract, and The Bluewater Contract — each with their own story and rewards.


Red Dead Redemption 2 was recently added as part of Sony’s PlayStation Now library until November. Red Dead Online is also available as part of Xbox Game Pass on cloud and console.


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Smuggler Arrested With CPUs Strapped To His Body

Customs officials thought the truck driver "looked nervous"




Last week customs officials working at the Hong Kong–Zhuhai–Macau Bridge stopped a truck driver who they thought was looking “nervous”. With good reason; after searching him they found the dude was literally strapped with concealed CPUs.


As Chinese-language site HKEPC reported, the truck driver was stopped on June 16, and was found to have a whopping 256 Intel CPUs—a mix of i7-10700 and i9-10900Ks—strapped to his torso and legs.


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AMD Radeon RX 6600 XT spotted in the wild


Photos of the Radeon RX 6600 XT graphics card have briefly surfaced on Chinese forums.


The graphics card appears to be quite similar to the already leaked Navi 23 XT engineering sample manufactured by PC Partner. A photo of such a graphics card had already surfaced back in May. This new leak, however, shows a slightly different design.


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The graphics card features a dual-fan cooling solution installed over a large aluminum heatsink. A lack of a large fin array indicates that we are looking at a budget-oriented model.




AMD already launched as many as three graphics cards based on this GPU, however, so far none of them was a desktop gaming card. AMD Radeon RX 6600 XT is a mid-ranger based on Navi 23 GPU with 2048 Stream Processors. This SKU is expected to feature 8GB of GDDR6 memory and a 128-bit memory bus. This memory size is confirmed by the label above.


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Yesterday it was revealed that a possible launch date of the RX 6600 XT and RX 6600 graphics card is August 11th. This means that the announcement may happen already in July, a week sooner to be exact on July 29th. However, neither of these dates were confirmed by AMD thus far.


Along with the new photos, a benchmark result has leaked. Those screenshots show the performance of the RX 6600 XT in a benchmark called Ludashi, not very commonly used outside China. What is important though is that the graphics card offers performance higher than some GeForce RTX 3060 Ti graphics cards, in fact, Ludashi’s built-in ranking even shows it beating the recently launched RTX 3070 Ti.


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AMD Navi 31 with 15360 cores may no longer feature “Compute Units”


Could those be the specs of AMD Radeon RX 7900XT?

New information on the next-gen flagship Navi 31 GPU.




Guys over at 3DCenter have been busy putting together all the Navi 31 rumors that emerged over the weekend. They gathered information from multiple sources, some of which appear to match each other.


Following Kopite7kimi’s claim that the next-gen flagship GPU called Navi 31 could feature as many as 15360 cores, another person appears to confirm this rumor. According to Bondrewd, a member of Beyond3D forums, there are 30 RDNA Workgroup Processors (WGP) in Navi 31 GPU. This graphics processor is now rumored to be a dual-die (MCM) design, which would suggest 15360 cores, should each cluster contain 256 shadings units (FP32 cores/Stream Processors), a double of what RDNA2 WGP features.


Possibly an interesting change to the design is also the supposed lack of Compute Units. The GPU would be split into workgroups instead of workgroups containing compute units. This shouldn’t really change much in terms of design complexity, but it is an interesting change nonetheless.




A discussion is also taking place in regard to Navi 31 memory configuration. While no one has yet shared the memory capacity of the next flagship feature, it is commonly believed that Navi 31 is still to offer a 256-bit bus. What is important though is that the Infinity Cache is to expand from RDNA2’s 128MB to 256MB or even 512MB on RDNA3, depending on who is reporting.



AMD RDNA3 architecture should now debut in Q3 or Q4 of 2022. AMD is also developing Navi 34, Navi 33 and Navi 32 GPUs.



Pessoas mais familiarizadas com o assunto estão dizendo que Intel e NVidia ainda estão com o cu ardendo por conta de RDNA 2 mas, já é bom irem se preparando para o que vem ai com RDNA 3.  :lolmor: 


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3 horas atrás, Marcelo Roffer disse:




Curioso ela soltar isso exatamente UMA SEMANA depois da Earning Call da Intel com o CFO afirmando categoricamente que vai faltar substrato para produzir chip do meio do ano até 2023

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1 minuto atrás, psg1 disse:



Curioso ela soltar isso exatamente UMA SEMANA depois da Earning Call da Intel com o CFO afirmando categoricamente que vai faltar substrato para produzir chip do meio do ano até 2023


A AMD junto da Sony e TSMC estão planejando algum cambalacho para tentar contornar esse problema da cadeia de suprimentos. O Jimbo "Spencer" Ryan também disse recentemente que mesmo não sendo capazes de suprir a demanda do mercado pelo PS5 eles também vão elevar a produção do aparelho, com certeza também tem alguma relação com essa declaração da Lisa Su.


Isso aqui não é novidade ( já havia postado algo sobre lá no Fusões e Aquisições) mas o assunto voltou a aparecer esse dias:


TSMC eyes opening Japan chip plant in 2023 to supply Sony

Taiwanese company near decision after due diligence on proposed facility


Ainda quero ver como a Sony vai resolver o problema com o suprimento de memoria ram e para o SSD. Parece que a Samsung (que se não me engano é quem fornece ambos para a Sony) ainda está toda enrolada. Fora a produtora dos chips de HDMI...

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NVIDIA Ada Lovelace GPUs For GeForce RTX 40 Series To Bring The Same Generational Jump As Maxwell To Pascal




NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 Series graphics cards featuring the Ada Lovelace GPU architecture are expected to deliver the same generational performance jump that we saw moving from the 9-series Maxwell GPUs to 10-series Pascal GPUs. The rumor comes from Ulysses, who has been talking about NVIDIA's next-gen parts for a while now.


NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 GPUs With Ada Lovelace Architecture Expected To Deliver Same Generational Jump As We Saw With Maxwell To Pascal


The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10 series graphics cards based on the Pascal GPU architecture were a huge performance jump compared to its Maxwell-based GeForce 9 series precessors. The 16nm chips delivered a major improvement to performance, efficiency, and overall value, also marking one of the biggest leaps in 'Ti' graphics performance. The GeForce GTX 1080 Ti is still regarded as the best 'Ti' graphics card ever made, a performance jump that NVIDIA has been unable to match with its Turing and Ampere flagships.



Now the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 series is expected to deliver the same generational performance jump over the GeForce RTX 30 series. Based on the Ada Lovelace GPU architecture, the GeForce 40 series graphics cards are expected to utilize TSMC's 5nm process node and while they will be very power-hungry, their efficiency numbers will go up tremendously thanks to the huge performance jump.


There are also some other details mentioned regarding clock speeds and launch timeframe. We know that the GeForce RTX 40 series is a long way from now and the rumor is that we won't expect these cards to launch until late Q4 2022. This is also due to the fact that NVIDIA will reportedly be offering an intermediate SUPER refresh of its GeForce RTX 30 series lineup in 2022. So if that lineup was to come before RTX 40 series, then we can expect the launch to slip further in Q1 2023. This means that AMD might just have its RDNA 3 lineup out by the time NVIDIA launches its new GPU family.



In terms of clock speeds, the Ada Lovelace-powered NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 Series GPUs are said to offer clock speeds between 2.2 to 2.5 GHz (boost). This is a nice improvement to 1.7-1.9 GHz clocks that the Ampere architecture churns out currently on average. The Pascal architecture also clocked impressively and was the first GPU architecture to breach the 2.0 GHz clock speed limit however, it is AMD who has taken the clock speed throne with its RDNA 2 GPU architecture which can hit clocks beyond 2.5 GHz with ease.


Based on these numbers, if the RTX 4090 or whatever the AD102 GPU is featured inside features 18,432 CUDA cores, then we are getting up to 80 TFLOPs of FP32 compute performance at 2.2 GHz which is insane and over 2x the single-precision floating-point jump over RTX 3090. These numbers do align with the rumors that we can expect up to a 2.5x performance jump with the Ada Lovelace-GPUs-based NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 graphics cards.



Lisa Su:





Eu quero é mais! 

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AMD Genoa with Zen4 cores up to 96 cores


Following the AM5 socket leak, it appears that more data is now surfacing on social media featuring the EPYC Genoa server CPU series. 




According to ComputerBase, the details that have leaked on the AMD SP5 socket for next-generation EPYC 7004 “Genoa” server CPU series have leaked through the Gigabyte hack. The files that are surfacing today are focusing on AMD SP5 and AM5 platforms specifically, both being AMD’s first platforms for Zen4 server and consumer platforms respectively.








Tá quase chegando e espero estar vivo para ver e rir antes do fim. :lolmor:

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