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Diablo IV tested with GeForce RTX 4090: you can safely play in 8K at maximum graphics settings

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After the release of the public beta version of Diablo IV, the first reports began to appear about how demanding the game is on the hardware platform. In general, if a good video card is installed in the computer, then there is nothing to worry about performance: everything will work well at the maximum resolution and graphics settings.

Diablo IV tested with GeForce RTX 4090: you can safely play in 8K at maximum graphics settings

Diablo IV tested with GeForce RTX 4090: you can safely play in 8K at maximum graphics settings
Diablo IV tested with GeForce RTX 4090: you can safely play in 8K at maximum graphics settings

In particular, DSOGaming Diablo 4 was tested using the following assembly: an Intel Core i9-9900K processor, 16 GB of DDR4-3800 MHz RAM and a GeForce RTX 4090. It turned out that such a computer allows you to play with maximum graphics settings at a resolution of 8K and 40-50 FPS.

Diablo IV tested with GeForce RTX 4090: you can safely play in 8K at maximum graphics settings

Diablo IV tested with GeForce RTX 4090: you can safely play in 8K at maximum graphics settings
Diablo IV tested with GeForce RTX 4090: you can safely play in 8K at maximum graphics settings

The beta version of the game only supports DLSS2 technology, if you activate it, then the frame rate will easily exceed the level of 60 fps. Blizzard and Nvidia have announced that DLSS3 will be supported when the final game releases on June 6th, which means that in-game performance will be even better with it.

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Very unusual for Intel, Lunar Lake processors with only four large cores will be released in very limited volumes at the end of this year

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Very unusual for Intel Lunar Lake processors with only four

It looks like Intel Lunar Lake processors will share the same fate as the current Meteor Lake processors. In the sense that the first ones will also be released at the very end of the year.

Very unusual for Intel, Lunar Lake processors with only four large cores will be released in very limited volumes at the end of this year

According to insider Golden Pig Upgrade, Intel will adhere to the same EEP (Early Enablement Program) in the case of Lunar Lake as when launching Mateor Lake. This means that some manufacturers in some markets will have access to new CPUs significantly earlier than others. This will lead to the fact that at the first stage Lunar Lake will not be available everywhere and in a limited range of laptops. But at the beginning of 2025, we will see a wider distribution of new CPUs.

Let us remember that Lunar Lake will be quite unusual processors. They’re being designed from the ground up with a focus on power efficiency, and will have a maximum of eight cores (four big and four small), and the big cores might not even get Hyper-Threading support, although there’s no official word on that yet.

Insider Golden Pig Upgrade Pack once shared performance leaks of Intel CPUs of different generations and published Intel slides describing the Meteor Lake CPU.

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Intel’s ambitious new goal: shipping 100 million AI PC processors by the end of next year

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Intels ambitious new goal shipping 100 million AI PC processors

Even processor manufacturers are increasingly talking about artificial intelligence. So Intel said it has set an ambitious goal: to deliver 100 million AI PC processors to the market by 2025.

In this case, apparently, this means by the end of 2025, since Intel clarifies that 40 million will be delivered this year and another 60 million next year.

Intel's ambitious new goal: shipping 100 million AI PC processors by the end of next year

Let us remind you that Intel currently only has an NPU unit for working with AI in Meteor Lake mobile processors. This year we are also expecting Arrow Lake and Lunar Lake, which will also have corresponding blocks. AMD, recall, has an NPU unit in the Ryzen 7040 and the new Ryzen 8040.

At the same time, from a software point of view, all this is still relatively useless for the average user, since there is practically nowhere to use these hardware resources.

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“The world’s first Fast IPS gaming monitor with 4K IGZO technology and 165 Hz.” ViewSonic VX2781-4K-Pro-6 introduced

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The worlds first Fast IPS gaming monitor with 4K IGZO

ViewSonic has unveiled the VX2781-4K-Pro-6 monitor, saying it is the “world’s first 4K IGZO 165Hz Fast IPS gaming monitor.”

The VX2781-4K-Pro-6 features a 27-inch Fast IPS panel with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels. Response time is 1 ms. The monitor also features IGZO technology. This technology improves display performance through high electron mobility, delivering smoother images and faster response times.

The worlds first Fast IPS gaming monitor with 4K IGZO

ViewSonic VX2781-4K-Pro released in 2022

The monitor has a brightness of 350 cd/m2 and a contrast ratio of 1000:1, support for 10-bit color depth, as well as coverage of 99% of the DCI-P3 color gamut and 100% of the sRGB color spectrum.

The equipment includes two HDMI 2.1 ports, one DP 1.4, one USB-C (with support for PD 15W and PD 96W), two USB-A, one USB-B and a 3.5 mm audio jack.

The monitor supports HDR600, FreeSync and G-Sync. It comes with ambient lighting effects and built-in 3W speakers.

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