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Mercedes-Benz will stop producing A-Class and B-Class models

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German publication Handelsblatt reports that Mercedes will cease production of A-Class and B-Class vehicles after the end of production of the current generation in 2025. The news comes weeks after Mercedes announced it was cutting its entry-level lineup from seven body styles to four in a bid to push its way into a higher market.

The source writes that members of the board of directors of Mercedes have already decided to abandon the successor to the A-class. The more practical and less popular sister B-class minivan will also go down in history. However, the current generation of the A-Class and B-Class are getting mid-life updates this year that will extend their life cycles into 2025.

Mercedes-Benz will stop producing A-Class and B-Class models

That being said, Mercedes officials have reportedly given the green light to successors to other compact models. These include the CLA, likely in both four-door coupe and five-door Shooting Brake body styles, as well as the GLA/EQA and GLB/EQB SUVs.

It was decided to reduce the line of compact cars and rename it to Entry Luxury. It will be based on the new MMA architecture, bringing better equipment and more technology to the compact segment. The platform is designed primarily for electric vehicles, but also supports hybrid powertrains. One of the features of the new cars on the MMA platform will be the proprietary infotainment system MB.OS. It will debut in 2024 at the same time as the first production model based on MMA.

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The Galaxy S23 Ultra will indeed get a 200MP camera. Samsung allegedly confirmed this to its partners

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The Galaxy S23 Ultra will indeed get a 200MP camera

Samsung will indeed equip the flagship smartphone Galaxy S23 Ultra with its 200-megapixel sensor for the main camera.

The Galaxy S23 Ultra will indeed get a 200MP camera.  Samsung allegedly confirmed this to its partners

The source claims that Samsung has already confirmed this information to its partners. Recall that we have heard such rumors before. At the same time, it is not yet clear which sensor the Korean giant will use, but rumors said that this would be a solution that has not yet been announced.

The Galaxy S23 Ultra will be the only flagship device with such a camera, but that’s to be expected, as the latest generation S2x Ultra models have always had a different camera than the younger versions. At the same time, it is possible that the Galaxy S23 / S23 + can get 108-megapixel sensors, previously reserved for Ultra versions.

Recall, the other day Motorola introduced the first smartphone with a 200-megapixel camera. The Moto X30 Pro features the first of its kind Samsung ISOCELL HP1 sensor.

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Operating at only 66%, 96-core AMD processors wipe out all competitors. Epyc Genoa test results in Cinebench R23

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Operating at only 66 96 core AMD processors wipe out all

The test results of two AMD Epyc server processors of the Genoa generation with 96 cores each have appeared on the Web. According to available data, this is either Epyc 9664 or Epyc 9654.

Operating at only 66%, 96-core AMD processors wipe out all competitors.  Epyc Genoa test results in Cinebench R23

The CPU was tested in Cinebench R23, and the catch is that this software recognizes a maximum of 256 threads. Two 96-core processors have 384 threads thanks to SMT support. That is, the result obtained in the benchmark reflects only two thirds of the capabilities of the tested pair of CPUs.

Operating at only 66%, 96-core AMD processors wipe out all competitors.  Epyc Genoa test results in Cinebench R23

Despite this, the processors scored over 110,000 points in multi-threaded mode. In a single thread, the result was 1302 points.

Operating at only 66%, 96-core AMD processors wipe out all competitors.  Epyc Genoa test results in Cinebench R23

For comparison, one 64-core Threadripper 5995WX gains about the same amount (even a little more), but overclocked to 5.15 GHz using liquid nitrogen. The comparison with the direct competitor Xeon Platinum 8480+ is more interesting. A system with two of these 56-core processors scores only about 68,500 points. True, the source says that there were problems in the operation of these CPUs, so serial processors may show slightly better results. However, in any case, the gap is huge, because even two current-generation 64-core Epyc 7763 score 98,000 points. As a result, it is not yet clear whether the new Intel server processors will be able to somehow withstand the monsters of AMD. In addition, judging by the latest data, Sapphire Rapids-SP will eventually be delayed even more and will not be released until next year.

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Almost all new Intel Core processors will have 14 or more cores. Specs for most Raptor Lake CPUs revealed

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Almost all new Intel Core processors will have 14 or

The specs for almost every Intel desktop processor of the Raptor Lake generation have surfaced online.

Almost all new Intel Core processors will have 14 or more cores.  Specs for most Raptor Lake CPUs revealed

According to this document, we are waiting for 14 CPUs with the number of cores from four to 24, while there will be only one quad-core – Core i3-13100. The next model (Core i5-13400) will have 10 cores, and it will also be the only one, because the Core i5-13500 and a number of older CPUs will already offer 14 cores.

Almost all new Intel Core processors will have 14 or more cores.  Specs for most Raptor Lake CPUs revealed

Only the Core i9s will get the new die type, as only they will have a full configuration with eight large and 16 small cores. By the way, the Core i9-13900KS is not in the table, so it really may not be, especially if we recall the recent data on the 350-watt power limit for older Cores.

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