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Intel cannot do its job and stop AMD. Epyc processors will take 18% of the server market by 2024

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It looks like Intel can’t hold back AMD’s onslaught in one of its key areas.

Intel cannot do its job and stop AMD.  Epyc processors will take 18% of the server market by 2024

As reported, industry experts expect a significant increase in the share of servers built on AMD processors by 2024. By 2023, AMD’s share of the server market will grow to 16.3%, and by 2024 to 18%.

At the same time, we recall that back in 2018, after the release of the first generation Epyc server CPUs, Intel announced that its main task in this segment was to prevent AMD from taking 15-20% of the market. And by the end of the current year, AMD will take more than 16%. Judging by the dynamics, it is likely that by 2025 the company will occupy about 20%, which will mean that Intel has completely failed its task.

The reason for this situation, among other things, is the significant advantage of AMD processors in terms of the number of cores.

Since the computing services of cloud data center operators rely heavily on virtual processors (vCPUs), AMD CPUs, due to the large number of cores, can provide more virtual processor-oriented services compared to competitors of the same level of CPU, which makes the platform AMD more attractive to operators

In addition, it is expected that Microsoft and Google will begin to actively use servers based on Epyc processors. At the same time, the specificity of this industry is such that it is very inert. But in this case, it means that if customers start actively moving to systems with AMD CPUs, they will stay on them for a long time.

The source also says that the share of servers based on processors with Arm architecture in 2024 will be about 10%, while in 2020 it was 3%.

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The most powerful embedded AMD processors. Ryzen Embedded 5000 Not Shown Yet, But Already Available

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Advantech unveiled AIMB-522 motherboard with unseen Ryzen Embedded 5000 embedded processors.

The most powerful embedded AMD processors.  Ryzen Embedded 5000 Not Shown Yet, But Already Available

The motherboard itself is not of particular interest, but the CPUs are curious. If usually embedded CPUs are based on mobile devices and are noticeably inferior to desktop ones in all respects, then the Ryzen Embedded 5000 almost in everything corresponds to the usual consumer Ryzen 5000.

In total, the line includes four processors: Ryzen 5950E, Ryzen 5900E, Ryzen 5800E and Ryzen 5600E. At the same time, the younger two are almost identical to consumer counterparts, and the older two offer slightly fewer cores.

The most powerful embedded AMD processors.  Ryzen Embedded 5000 Not Shown Yet, But Already Available

As you can see, the Ryzen 5950E has 12 cores versus 16 for the Ryzen 9 5950X. The Ryzen 5900E already has only two fewer cores than the Ryzen 9 5900X. But the base frequencies for older CPUs are exactly the same, although the maximum ones are not indicated.

The names of the CPUs are also valid here, as these are processors based on the Zen 3 architecture.

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$870 OLED 2.8K 90Hz screen, Ryzen 7 6800H, three USB-C 3.2 Gen 2 ports, and slim aluminum chassis. Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro 14 2022 Ryzen Edition available for order in China

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870 OLED 28K 90Hz screen Ryzen 7 6800H three USB C

Retail sales of the Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro 14 2022 Ryzen Edition in China will start tomorrow, but the device is already available for pre-order. And it’s better to really hurry up, because pre-ordering the device will cost much less. For example, the base version with a Ryzen 5 6600H CPU, 16GB LPDDR5-6400MHz RAM, and a 512GB SSD is now available for $800 and retails for $960. The Ryzen 7 6800H pre-order version is $870, retail is $1,035.

$870 OLED 2.8K 90Hz screen, Ryzen 7 6800H, three USB-C 3.2 Gen 2 ports, and slim aluminum chassis.  Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro 14 2022 Ryzen Edition available for order in China

Now all the key parameters of the laptop have become known. So, Mi Notebook Pro 14 2022 Ryzen Edition received an OLED display with a diagonal of 14 inches, a resolution of 2880 x 1800 pixels, a frame rate of 90 Hz and coverage of 100% of the DCI-P3 color space. For a model without a discrete GPU, there is a fairly powerful cooling system – with two fans and two heat pipes.

$870 OLED 2.8K 90Hz screen, Ryzen 7 6800H, three USB-C 3.2 Gen 2 ports, and slim aluminum chassis.  Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro 14 2022 Ryzen Edition available for order in China

$870 OLED 2.8K 90Hz screen, Ryzen 7 6800H, three USB-C 3.2 Gen 2 ports, and slim aluminum chassis.  Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro 14 2022 Ryzen Edition available for order in China
$870 OLED 2.8K 90Hz screen, Ryzen 7 6800H, three USB-C 3.2 Gen 2 ports, and slim aluminum chassis.  Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro 14 2022 Ryzen Edition available for order in China

The interface connectors are represented by three USB-C 3.2 Gen 2. The device configuration also includes a backlit keyboard, a 56 Wh battery, and an all-metal case. The laptop is 14.9 mm thick and weighs 1.4 kg. The package includes a power supply with an output power of 100 W.

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GeForce RTX 3090 Ti drops $1,000 in US price in a couple of months

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The official cost of the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti in the US is $2,000, but the top models, with a more efficient cooling system and, moreover, overclocked, sold more. For example, the EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti FTW3 cost $2,150. But now the price has fallen, and much.

GeForce RTX 3090 Ti drops $1,000 in US price in a couple of months

There are three models in the EVGA RTX 3090 Ti FTW3 lineup, and the base (non-factory overclocked) is now available in the US for $1,150.

GeForce RTX 3090 Ti drops $1,000 in US price in a couple of months

Interestingly, a month and a half ago, the very same $2,150 was asked for a video card, three weeks ago the cost dropped to $1,500, and now another reduction is $250. The other two models (already overclocked) of the series are also priced lower: the Ultra version in the US is offered for $1,200, and the Black version for $1,400.

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