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AMD, do customers even need this focus on AI? The company is going to promote the new Ryzen 8040U/H/HS processors in this way

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Yesterday, AMD introduced the Ryzen 8040U/H/HS mobile processors, which are technically practically no different from similar Ryzen 7040 models. From a recent interview with company representatives, it became clear that AMD will really focus on artificial intelligence in the new line.

AMD will actively promote AI-related improvements when selling laptops with new APUs. In particular, as you can see, the new processor logo stickers will clearly indicate that this is not just a Ryzen processor, but a Ryzen with AI.

AMD, do customers even need this focus on AI?  The company is going to promote the new Ryzen 8040U/H/HS processors in this way

Let us recall that in fact, the NPU unit, which is called Ryzen AI or XDNA in AMD processors, is the only thing that has changed significantly in the Ryzen 8040. This unit has become 60% more productive compared to the Ryzen 7040. However, it is not available in all processors of the new rulers. More precisely, it is not present in two models: Ryzen 3 8440U and Ryzen 5 8540U, since they are based on the Phoenix2 crystal, where the specified block is physically absent.

AMD, do customers even need this focus on AI?  The company is going to promote the new Ryzen 8040U/H/HS processors in this way

In an interview, AMD representatives said that the company is going to communicate to customers about the emphasis on AI to make the new processors more understandable for the buyer.

Unfortunately, so far there is no particular practical effect from hardware units for working with AI for ordinary buyers. Perhaps the situation will change with the release of Windows 12, which will have much more artificial intelligence technologies integrated into the OS itself.

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44.5 inches, OLED, UWQHD and 240 Hz – not cheap. The cost of the LG UltraGear OLED 45GS95QE monitor has been revealed

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445 inches OLED UWQHD and 240 Hz not cheap

LG has revealed the cost of the UltraGear OLED 45GS95QE monitor, announced last year. In the US, the device was priced at $1,700 – $300 more expensive than last year’s UltraGear OLED 45GR95QE.

44.5 inches, OLED, UWQHD and 240 Hz - not cheap.  The cost of the LG UltraGear OLED 45GS95QE monitor has been revealed

The LG UltraGear OLED 45GS95QE features a 44.5-inch diagonal OLED panel with a 0.8m radius of curvature, a resolution of 3440 x 1440 pixels and a frame rate of 240Hz. The monitor supports technology. AMD FreeSync Premium Pro and provides coverage of 98.5% of the DCI-P3 color space.

44.5 inches, OLED, UWQHD and 240 Hz - not cheap.  The cost of the LG UltraGear OLED 45GS95QE monitor has been revealed

44.5 inches, OLED, UWQHD and 240 Hz - not cheap.  The cost of the LG UltraGear OLED 45GS95QE monitor has been revealed

The connectors include one DisplayPort and one HDMI, and there is also a USB hub with two ports. The LG UltraGear OLED 45GS95QE comes with a wall mount, a remote control and a convertible stand. Exactly when sales of the new product will begin has not yet been announced.

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Laptop with 4-core Intel processor, 14-inch IPS screen and 12,000 mAh battery for $140. Alldocube GTBook 14 Gen2 introduced

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Laptop with 4 core Intel processor 14 inch IPS screen and 12000

Sales of the Alldocube GTBook 14 Gen2 laptop have started in China. The device is offered in three versions, and the basic one for $140 has neither RAM nor SSD. Other options are 8/256 GB for $180 and 16/512 GB for $210.

Laptop with 4-core Intel processor, 14-inch IPS screen and 12,000 mAh battery for $140.  Alldocube GTBook 14 Gen2 introduced

Laptop with 4-core Intel processor, 14-inch IPS screen and 12,000 mAh battery for $140.  Alldocube GTBook 14 Gen2 introduced

Alldocube GTBook 14 Gen2 is equipped with a 4-core Intel N95 processor with a frequency of 1.7-3.4 GHz. IPS screen diagonal is 14 inches, resolution is Full HD. The battery capacity was 12,000 mAh, the ports included two USB 3.0 Type-A, one USB 2.0 Type-A and one USB Type-C, HDMI 1.4. The pre-configured options come with Windows 11 pre-installed.

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Will NPUs in Intel processors finally become useful? The company has open sourced its NPU Acceleration Library

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Intel has open sourced its NPU Acceleration Library, enabling compact AI models to run directly on the NPUs in Meteor Lake processors.

Will NPUs in Intel processors finally become useful?  The company has open sourced its NPU Acceleration Library

The library is written in Python and is designed to help developers improve their products by running them on the NPUs of the latest Intel processors. The library allows you to run compact language models like Gemma-2b or TinyLlama directly on the NPU, without requiring any cloud server. Actually, this is exactly why NPU hardware units are needed in processors at all, and what is currently missing.

Will NPUs in Intel processors finally become useful?  The company has open sourced its NPU Acceleration Library

Let us remind you that NPU units are found in Intel Meteor Lake and AMD Ryzen 7040/8040 processors. For now, these blocks are completely useless for most users.

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