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A cult brand is leaving the RAM market. Micron stop producing Crucial Ballistix modules

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Micron, which owns the Crucial brand, has announced that it is closing its line of Crucial Ballistix RAM. That is, we will no longer see the new models Ballitix, Ballistix Max and Ballistix Max RGB.

A cult brand is leaving the RAM market.  Micron stop producing Crucial Ballistix modules

Micron does not explain in any way the reason for this decision, but at the same time, the company’s wording does not contain a mention of a complete rejection of the production of consumer RAM modules.

  • The company will complete the life cycle (EOL) of the Crucial Ballistix, Crucial Ballistix MAX and Crucial Ballistix MAX RGB product lines.
  • The company will focus more on developing Micron DDR5 client and server products, as well as expanding Crucial’s portfolio of memory and storage products.
  • The company will continue to support the HPC and gaming communities with its award-winning SSD products such as Crucial P5 Plus Gen4 PCIe NVMe SSDs, Crucial P2 Gen 3 NVMe SSDs, and the popular Crucial X6 and Crucial X8 portable SSDs.
  • We remain focused on expanding the NVMe and Portable SSD product categories that offer storage solutions for PC and console gamers. In addition, Crucial JEDEC DDR5 memory provides gamers with DDR5 capable PCs with faster speeds, transfers and bandwidth than previously available with Crucial Ballistix memory.

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Smart watches Pixel Watch will get the old platform, 1.5 GB of RAM and far from the largest battery

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There are more and more details about the Pixel Watch every day. For example, we recently learned that the watch will work on the SoC Exynos 9110, which was released in 2018 and was produced using the 10 nm process technology.

Smart watches Pixel Watch will get the old platform, 1.5 GB of RAM and far from the largest battery

At the same time, the watch will have a special coprocessor on the Cortex-M33 core, developed by NXP. He will take over some of the tasks of the main platform in order to increase the autonomy of the device.

At the same time, the battery capacity will be only 300 mAh, which is about 20% less than that of Samsung watches.

Now it is reported that the watch will also receive 1.5 GB of RAM, and this is comparable to the Samsung Galaxy Watch4. Why, at the same time, Google did not take Samsung’s modern Exynos W920 SoC for its watches is unclear. The Pixel Watch will have 32 GB of flash memory, so you can store music and more on the watch.

The watch will be produced by Compal, which produced many Apple Watches and is generally one of the largest manufacturers of various electronics.

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The Ryzen 9 7950X will be able to run at 5.5GHz for multiple cores without any overclocking. AMD reveals demo details at Computex

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The Ryzen 9 7950X will be able to run at

Two days ago, AMD formally unveiled the Ryzen 7000 processors without giving much away. But she showed the new CPU at 5.5 GHz and the game Ghostwire: Toyko. And now it became known that there was no talk of overclocking then.

The Ryzen 9 7950X will be able to run at 5.5GHz for multiple cores without any overclocking.  AMD reveals demo details at Computex

The company has confirmed that the 16-core processor has not been overclocked, meaning 5.5GHz is in line with the specs. It is also worth mentioning here that the demonstration stand included Asetek liquid cooling, but this does not mean at all that such a frequency for this CPU will be achievable only with similar COs.

Moreover, the frequency of 5.5 GHz was achieved not by one core, but by several, but there are no details. AMD said that under load, the frequency fluctuated between 5.2-5.5 GHz for several cores. That is, ordinary users who buy such a CPU should also count on this.

As for the name of the CPU, AMD itself, of course, does not name it in any way yet, but most sources talk about the Ryzen 9 7950X, which is logical, since AMD has not changed the principles of naming its CPUs for a long time.

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No more Exynos SoCs in Samsung’s flagship smartphones for at least two years. The company created a “dream team” to develop a new SoC

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No more Exynos SoCs in Samsungs flagship smartphones for at

Rumors have again appeared on the Web that Samsung may abandon its own top Exynos SoCs at least for a while. But new data reveals this question differently.

No more Exynos SoCs in Samsung's flagship smartphones for at least two years.  The company created a

According to the source, the company has created a “dream team” called Deam Platform One Team, which will develop an entirely new platform. Recall that earlier Samsung has already said that it is going to concentrate on a new approach and create SoC Exynos, designed exclusively for its own smartphones, as Apple is doing now.

It is this SoC that the new team will create. And, since this is a very complicated and long process, we will not see top Exynos platforms for the next two years. That is, the flagship Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S24 lines will rely only on Qualcomm solutions. By the way, it is not a fact that the new product will retain the Exynos brand at all.

The new team, which includes about 1000 people, has a task – to bring a new SoC to the market in 2025. That is, the devices of the Galaxy S25 line should receive it.

Given the timing, of course, there is no data on the new SoC and it is unlikely that they will appear in the near future.

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Google Imagen neural network creates insane photorealistic images from a text description

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Google Imagen neural network creates insane photorealistic images from a

Google has unveiled its new project called Imagen – an image generator based on a given text description.

Google Imagen neural network creates insane photorealistic images from a text description

According to the developers, the Imagen neural network outperforms DALL-E 2 from OpenAI, another AI-powered image generator. At the moment, Imagen is not available to the public, but the samples on display are impressive.

Google Imagen neural network creates insane photorealistic images from a text description

According to Google, the new text-to-image model is characterized by “an unprecedented degree of photorealism and a deep understanding of the language.”

Google Imagen neural network creates insane photorealistic images from a text description

Google provided images and samples of Imagen’s work, with styles ranging from simple drawings to oil paintings and computer graphics. They are accompanied by the words and phrases used in their creation.

After parsing the provided text description, Imagen generates a 64 x 64 pixel image, then performs two consecutive enhancements and converts the image to the larger 1024 x 1024 pixel size.

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