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Is Intel still too late? In the first test, the 60-core Xeon 8490H loses miserably against the latest AMD Epyc

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It seems that the forecasts regarding the impressive growth of AMD’s share in the server market can easily come true. The test results of the latest CPU Intel Xeon Platinum 8490H, which was presented yesterday, appeared on the Web. And the results so far are not impressive.

Is Intel still too late?  In the first test, the 60-core Xeon 8490H loses miserably against the latest AMD Epyc

Recall that this model is the only one among the huge number of new generation Xeon Sapphire Rapids, which has 60 cores. But even this is not enough to compete with the latest Genoa generation AMD Epyc.

Is Intel still too late?  In the first test, the 60-core Xeon 8490H loses miserably against the latest AMD Epyc

In the Linux kernel Compile test, the two mentioned Intel CPUs perform exactly at the level of two Epyc 7773X. This is the third generation of Epyc Milan-X with additional 3D V-Cache. And each such CPU has 64 cores. That is, the latest Intel processor, at least in this test, can compete only with the previous generation of Epyc. A pair of 96-core Epyc 9654 Genoa generations is almost twice as fast as Intel’s new product.

The new 56-core Xeon Platinum 8480 only works at the level of Epyc 7H12, which belongs to the Rome generation, which was released in 2019!

Of course, this is just one test, and Intel’s new products have at least more configuration options for multiprocessor systems, but in terms of pure performance and performance per dollar, Sapphire Rapids is probably not at all competitive with Epyc, based on this test.

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One of the largest retail chains in India, Reliance Retail, began accepting digital rupees as part of a pilot project.

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Major Indian retailer Reliance Retail has implemented support for digital rupee payments in one of its Freshpik stores and plans to expand this experience to all formats of the network.

One of the largest retail chains in India, Reliance Retail, began accepting digital rupees as part of a pilot project.

V Subramaniam, chief executive of Reliance Retail, noted that the adoption of a central bank digital currency (CBDC) is in line with the firm’s vision of providing “choice” to Indian consumers. The executive also emphasized that this initiative gives the firm the opportunity to offer an alternative payment method in its stores.

To make a purchase, customers only need to scan a QR code.

“Indians will get another efficient and secure alternative payment method” — said the top manager.

The deployment of CBDC was made possible through collaboration with ICICI Bank, Kotak Mahindra Bank and Innovative Technologies.

Plans for the country’s CBDC were laid out by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on October 7, 2022. The country’s central bank has identified various factors, including the potential positive and negative impact of the digital rupee on the country. According to the RBI, one of the motivations for creating a CBDC is to reduce the operating costs of managing cash.

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Overtaken by TikTok: ChatGPT has become the fastest growing online service in the world

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Overtaken by TikTok ChatGPT has become the fastest growing online

The ChatGPT neural network turned out to be the fastest growing online service in the world. It took only 2 months to reach an audience of 100 million people a month, Reuters reported. A similar figure for TikTok was reached in 9 months. The very same public version of ChatGPT was launched on November 30, 2022, and not even in all countries.

Overtaken by TikTok: ChatGPT has become the fastest growing online service in the world

Note that other online services, social networks or platforms have reached such a figure in only a few years.

Also today, OpenAI introduced ChatGPT Plus, a paid version of the chatbot for $20 per month. However, it is only available in the US and by appointment only.

And Microsoft plans to add a new GPT-4 language model to its Bing search engine, which hasn’t even been announced yet. In addition, the ChatGPT mobile application and a neural network for generating video by text queries are expected.

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A visual comparison of the sizes of cooling systems of all three Samsung Galaxy S23 smartphones with its predecessors

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It seems that Samsung took into account the problems with the Galaxy S22 line of smartphones and did not repeat them in new devices when it comes to cooling systems.

Well-known insider Ice Universe has published a visual comparison of the approximate sizes of cooling systems in each flagship of the past generation and the new one.

A visual comparison of the sizes of cooling systems of all three Samsung Galaxy S23 smartphones with its predecessors

A visual comparison of the sizes of cooling systems of all three Samsung Galaxy S23 smartphones with its predecessors

As you can see, all systems have become noticeably larger, and in the younger model, instead of a graphite film, an evaporation chamber has appeared.

Whether this is enough for the new products not to overheat and not throttling so much, tests will show, but the performance, as we can already see, is really good. Recall that today we also saw a comparison of the Galaxy S22 Ultra and S23 Ultra cameras.

Ice Universe was the first to accurately talk about the new trend for smartphones with waterfall screens, about the notch in the iPhone X, about the new design of the iPhone 14 and about Samsung’s 200-megapixel image sensor.

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