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AMD GPU heat dissipation could reach 700W by 2025

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AMD will soon release new Radeon RX 7000 graphics cards that will be much more powerful than the current ones. They are expected to consume more energy and generate more heat. The same is true for future generations, and AMD believes that compared to 2010-2015, the figures could almost double.

AMD GPU heat dissipation could reach 700W by 2025

AMD Senior Vice President and Science Advisor Sam Naffziger suggested in an interview with VentureBeat that graphics card heat dissipation could reach 700W by 2025. In 205, the figure was 300 watts.

AMD GPU heat dissipation could reach 700W by 2025

To reduce heat generation, the company is trying to improve the energy efficiency of new video chips. One way was to increase the size of the Infinity Cache and reduce the memory bus.

We’ve said before that AMD’s new cards could be more power efficient than Nvidia’s. At the same time, the “green team” has not yet made any forecasts in this regard. As expected, new AMD cards will appear in the fall, but Nvidia accelerators may be delayed until December.

Earlier it was reported that the new Nvidia graphics chips will be designed by artificial intelligence.

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The world’s thinnest and lightest large tablet: sales of Huawei MatePad Pro with an OLED screen have started in China

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Huawei has announced the start of open sales of the latest flagship tablet, Huawei MatePad Pro, which has become a pioneer in several respects.

The world's thinnest and lightest large tablet: sales of Huawei MatePad Pro with an OLED screen have started in China

The first region where you can buy Huawei MatePad Pro is China. Users are offered the following variations:

  • Huawei MatePad Pro with 12 GB RAM and 256 GB flash memory – $711
  • Huawei MatePad Pro with 12 GB RAM and 512 GB flash memory – $779
  • Huawei MatePad Pro with 12 GB RAM and 1 TB flash memory – $916
  • Huawei MatePad Pro with 16 GB RAM and 1 TB flash memory – $957
  • Huawei MatePad Pro with 16 GB of RAM and 1 TB of flash memory, stylus and keyboard – $1,135

The 13.2-inch gadget is positioned as the world’s thinnest and lightest large tablet with an edge-to-edge screen. It weighs 580 grams, is 5.5mm thick, has a screen frame that’s just 3.4mm wide, and takes up 94% of the front panel area.

The world's thinnest and lightest large tablet: sales of Huawei MatePad Pro with an OLED screen have started in China

The tablet is equipped with an OLED screen with a resolution of 2880 × 1920 pixels and an image refresh rate of 144 Hz. The hardware basis was the Kirin 9000s platform, as in the Mate 60 series smartphones. Also among the characteristics are a front camera (16 MP and 3D ToF), a main camera (13 and 8 MP), six speakers (two high-frequency and four low-frequency), a battery with a capacity of 10 100 mAh with support for 88 W charging and HarmonyOS 4 operating system.

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“What’s hiding under the hood? "Moskvich 6"”? Details about the engines of the new model

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Whats hiding under the hood quotMoskvich 6quot Details about the

Everything is gearing up for the start of sales of Moskvich 6: the plant has already started talking about the new product in its Telegram channel. The last message talks about power units.

Whats hiding under the hood quotMoskvich 6quot Details about the

There will be two of them: in the base – a 136-horsepower turbo engine (with a torque of 200 Nm) paired with a CVT, in the top version – a 174-horsepower GDI engine (with a torque of 280 Nm) and a “robot” with two clutches wet type.

The first version of the power unit is conducive to quiet trips with comfort, and the second is suitable for lovers of dynamic driving“, said Moskvich. It is also reported that the top-end engine has a direct injection engine, double phase control and increased performance turbocharging.

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Volkswagen and Audi production saved: global IT failure resolved

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Volkswagen and Audi production saved global IT failure resolved

The problems in the IT systems of the German automaker Volkswagen have been resolved, and production at the company’s factories in Germany is resuming. This was reported by the Bild newspaper with reference to a representative of the automaker.

“The IT infrastructure problems on the Volkswagen network were resolved overnight and the network is operating reliably again,” a Volkswagen spokesman said on Thursday, September 28.

Volkswagen and Audi production saved: global IT failure resolved

The global production network is up and running, affected factories are back online and production should proceed as planned. Individual systems may still be unstable during the transition phase. Volkswagen found no indication that external influences caused the failure.

Earlier it became known that an IT failure affected most of the Volkswagen group. A significant part of IT systems and production was affected. In some cases, conveyors stopped and email did not work. The problem also affected other brands of the group, including Audi.

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