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6 high-performance cores, 8 power-efficient cores and a base frequency of only 2.7 GHz. Intel Core i5-13600 tested in Geekbench

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The Geekbench database has been updated today with a test of the Core i5-13600 processors. A clearly engineering sample was tested, since the base clock frequency was only 2.7 GHz (for comparison, the Core i5-12600 has a base frequency of 3.7 GHz), but even taking this into account, the result in the multi-threaded test was better.

6 high-performance cores, 8 power-efficient cores and a base frequency of only 2.7 GHz.  Intel Core i5-13600 tested in Geekbench

The Core i5-13600 was tested with an Asus motherboard based on the Intel Z790 chipset and 16 GB of DDR5 RAM. As you can see in the screenshot, the benchmark incorrectly determined the maximum processor frequency. But the rest of the parameters appear to be correct.

6 high-performance cores, 8 power-efficient cores and a base frequency of only 2.7 GHz.  Intel Core i5-13600 tested in Geekbench

The Core i5-13600 scored 1851 points in the single-threaded test and 13534 points in the multi-threaded test. For comparison, the results of the Core i5-12600 are 1858 and 11642 points. Obviously, the stock Core i5-13600 running at a normal (rather than a reduced frequency) will be much faster than the current model not only in multi-threaded, but also in single-threaded tests.

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Telegram will receive support for paid phone numbers, but it will be impossible to call them

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Telegram will receive support for paid phone numbers but it

In the latest beta version of the Telegram mobile client for Android, there was a mention of anonymous virtual phone numbers that can be bought. They will be on sale on the Fragment site, but the exact launch date has not yet been given.

Telegram will receive support for paid phone numbers, but it will be impossible to call them

These numbers will begin with the code +888, and it will be impossible to call them. They are designed specifically to work with Telegram and are used to receive confirmation codes. It is not yet reported whether there will be rooms with a different code.

The price, terms of sale or other data about the system are also not reported. However, it is possible that the scheme will work the same way as with nicknames that are already sold on Fragment.

Note that the site has already found the most expensive nickname – @news. They paid $1.76 million for it. The name of the buyer is not disclosed.

Telegram will receive support for paid phone numbers, but it will be impossible to call them

Recently, Telegram added a decryption of “circles”, new emojis and other features, as well as improved the application for iOS.

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El Salvador opened a Bitcoin office

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El Salvador opened a Bitcoin office

The Government of El Salvador opened the National Bitcoin Office (ONBTC). He will control all local projects related to the first cryptocurrency. The office is established by decree signed by the President and the Minister of Tourism.

El Salvador opened a Bitcoin office

The photo is NOT an office in El Salvador

ONBTC will develop, analyze and evaluate plans, programs and projects related to Bitcoin and aimed at the economic development of El Salvador. If necessary, the division will also be able to cooperate with other countries in matters related to the first cryptocurrency.

Among the main functions of the organization is the conceptualization and provision of information related to Bitcoin, blockchain and cryptocurrencies in El Salvador to “the media and any interested parties.”

All government agencies are required to assist the National Bitcoin Office in the performance of its functions. The director of ONBTC will be appointed by the head of state.

Earlier, the country’s authorities began considering a bill designed to introduce into the legal field the procedure for interaction with providers and issuers of virtual asset services.

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And there is no need to wait for the Core i9-13900KS. Gigabyte offers an easy way to overclock Core i9-13900K and Core i7-13700K to 6 GHz

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And there is no need to wait for the Core

Next year, Intel will release the Core i9-13900KS processor, which will run at 6 GHz out of the box. It will be the first such mass-produced consumer CPU in the world. But in order to try out those very cherished 6 GHz without the torment of overclocking, it is not necessary to wait for the Core i9-13900KS and overpay for it. You can take advantage of a new feature on Gigabyte motherboards.

And there is no need to wait for the Core i9-13900KS.  Gigabyte offers an easy way to overclock Core i9-13900K and Core i7-13700K to 6 GHz

The company’s boards based on the Z690 chipset received a BIOS update that brings support for the Instant 6 GHz function. It allows you to overclock the Core i9-13900K and Core i7-13700K processors to 6 GHz with one click. Previously, this feature was available only on boards based on the Z790 logic set.

You should not expect a special increase in performance from such overclocking, since the mentioned SZG already operate at very high frequencies. Gigabyte itself speaks of a 3% increase, and even then on one core.

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