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Intel has acknowledged the problem with its Arc graphics cards. The company introduced the Arc A750, promised higher performance than the GeForce RTX 3060, but not everywhere

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Intel introduced the Arc A750 desktop graphics card, sharing at the same time its capabilities, and not in benchmarks, but in games.

Intel has acknowledged the problem with its Arc graphics cards.  The company introduced the Arc A750, promised higher performance than the GeForce RTX 3060, but not everywhere

As you can see in the diagram below, the Arc A750 is 6-17% faster than the GeForce RTX 3060. At the same time, the Arc A750 is not the top model in the line. It only has 24 Xe blocks out of the possible 32 that the Arc A770 will have. If we translate this into more familiar cores, then we are talking about 3072 cores for the A750 and 4096 cores for the A770.

Intel has acknowledged the problem with its Arc graphics cards.  The company introduced the Arc A750, promised higher performance than the GeForce RTX 3060, but not everywhere

Thus, the Arc A770 should already compete with the GeForce RTX 3060 Ti or even the RTX 3070. Recall that this was the very first rumors and leaks that appeared about a year ago.

A very curious moment in this story is how exactly Intel spoke about its new product. Recall that those cards that have already been released, firstly, show themselves much better in benchmarks than in games, and secondly, they often suffer from problems with drivers or poor optimization. And Intel acknowledges this, saying it doesn’t promise the same performance as in the chart in all games.

The performance results shown here are for a small subset of games that perform very well with Intel Arc and the Alchemist architecture. I’m not claiming that ALL GAMES will show these results, but this is a representation of what Intel Arc A cards are capable of with the right software and technical capabilities.

That is, in some games, the Arc A750 may not outperform or even lag behind the RTX 3060, and Intel is no longer trying to somehow hide or keep silent about it, as was the case when comparing the Arc A350M and the Radeon RX 6400.

The company also promised to share new details soon, including the price and release date. In any case, it is already clear that the first line of Intel cards will fully enter the market at about the same time as the new Radeon RX 7000 and GeForce RTX 40 lines, and it is not yet clear how Intel is going to solve this problem.

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Some motherboards will turn the Core i9-13900K into a power consumption monster. The power limit will increase to 350W

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Some motherboards will turn the Core i9 13900K into a power

Intel can make the Core i9-13900K even more attractive with a new auto-overclocking mode.

Some motherboards will turn the Core i9-13900K into a power consumption monster.  The power limit will increase to 350W

The source reports that some motherboards based on 700-series chipsets will allow you to activate an increased power limit. In this case, we are talking about a value of 350 watts. For comparison, Alder Lake has a maximum of 241 watts.

The values ​​of PL1 and PL2 for the new CPUs will hardly change and will amount to 125 and 253 W, respectively. But there will also be an opportunity to remove the limit, thanks to which the Core i9-13900K will be able to consume up to 350 watts. In this case, of course, the motherboard will need a powerful power supply subsystem, and the processor will need a productive CO.

CPU performance in this mode can increase by 15%, although this will depend on the tasks. Whether the Core i9-13900KS, which was previously assigned a frequency of up to 6 GHz, will be released under such conditions is now unclear.

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This is Ryzen 7 7700X. Pre-sale copy first lit up in the photo

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This is Ryzen 7 7700X Pre sale copy first lit up

The first photo of the Ryzen 7 7700X processor has appeared on the Web, which should be presented on August 29, and it is expected to go on sale on September 27.

This is Ryzen 7 7700X.  Pre-sale copy first lit up in the photo

Apparently, the picture shows a pre-sale version. Perhaps this is one of the copies for media reviews.

The Ryzen 7 7700X is an octa-core SMT capable CPU up to 5.4GHz with a TDP of 105W. According to leaks, such a processor will cost about $ 300, that is, it will not rise in price relative to its predecessor at the start of sales.

Recall, in addition to this model, a 16-core Ryzen 9 7950X, a 12-core Ryzen 9 7900X and a six-core Ryzen 5 7600X are also expected. Later the line may well expand.

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It became known, because of which the Ryzen 7000 will be delayed a little

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It became known because of which the Ryzen 7000 will

AMD yesterday confirmed that its next PC product launch event will take place on August 29th. It is believed that Ryzen 7000 processors will be presented on this day. And now it has become known why they will be delayed in entering the market.

It became known, because of which the Ryzen 7000 will be delayed a little

One Chiphell reviewer claims that AMD was originally going to release new items on sale on September 15th, but postponed the launch to September 27th. And the reason is not at all that new Intel CPUs will be presented on the same day. It turned out that AMD is still working on the BIOS for the new Ryzen, which may be the reason for the delay.

Given a number of BIOS issues during the launch of the Ryzen 5000, AMD apparently does not want to repeat this history.

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