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MSI declassifies the performance of the Arc A380 graphics card from its M301 Dragon Shield computer

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MSI has unveiled the gaming performance figures for the Intel Arc A380 graphics card that will be installed in its new M301 Dragon Shield PC. This data was leaked from promotional materials that mentioned several esports games. All of them use medium or low graphics quality settings.

MSI declassifies the performance of the Arc A380 graphics card from its M301 Dragon Shield computer

In Naraka: Bladepoint, the card produces about 85 frames per second, in League of Legends – more than 200 frames per second, in PUBG – more than 94 frames per second, and in Overwatch – more than 100. This is approximately the level of Arc A370M mobile graphics cards.

Note that MSI is preparing two versions of desktop PCs with Intel graphics cards – a model with a Core i5 12400F processor and a regular Arc A380 graphics accelerator, as well as a version with a Core i7 12700KF processor and an overclocked version of a 6 GB graphics card.

It is not yet reported when the new desktop video cards will enter the global market. At the moment, they are offered only in China and only as part of finished PC assemblies. But laptops with Arc A370M cards have already appeared in the US.

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Weaker than any video card of modern generations. GeForce GTX 1630 images revealed

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Weaker than any video card of modern generations GeForce GTX

Images of the GeForce GTX 1630 graphics card have appeared on the Web, which should hit the market tomorrow if Nvidia does not postpone the launch again.

Weaker than any video card of modern generations.  GeForce GTX 1630 images revealed

The model is very similar to MSI cards, but this device is from Colorful. The adapter of the BattleAx line received a cooling system with a pair of fans, but the radiator does not have a single heat pipe. However, given the parameters of the GTX 1630, its power consumption will be low.

Ports include HDMI, DisplayPort, and the now rare DVI. To work, the card still requires a six-pin power connector.

Weaker than any video card of modern generations.  GeForce GTX 1630 images revealed

Recall that the new Nvidia is based on the TU117 GPU with 512 CUDA cores. She also received 4 GB of memory and a 64-bit bus. The adapter is expected to be even slightly slower than the GTX 1050 Ti.

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The new Apple M2-based MacBook Pro has half the SSD speed of last year’s Apple M1-based NGA model

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The new Apple M2 based MacBook Pro has half the SSD

Following the release of Apple’s new 13-inch MacBook Pro based on the Apple M2, the $1,300 base model with a 256GB SSD was found to have significantly slower read/write speeds compared to the equivalent previous generation model.

YouTube channel Max Tech and Created Tech tested this version with the Blackmagic Disk Speed ​​Test app and found that the SSD read and write speeds are about 1450 MB/s, which is about 50% slower when reading and about 30% slower when writing. compared to a 13-inch Apple M1-based MacBook Pro with a 256GB SSD.

The new Apple M2-based MacBook Pro has half the SSD speed of last year's Apple M1-based NGA model

Max Tech results:

  • 13″ MacBook Pro (M1/256GB) Read Speed: 2900
  • 13″ MacBook Pro (M2/256GB) Read speed: 1446
  • 13″ MacBook Pro (M1/256 GB) Write speed: 2215
  • 13″ MacBook Pro (M2/256 GB) Write speed: 1463

Upon disassembly, the new 13-inch MacBook Pro with 256 GB of memory was found to have only one NAND flash chip, while the previous model had two NAND chips of 128 GB each. This difference probably explains why the new model has a slower SSD: multiple NAND chips in parallel provide faster speeds.

Perhaps this decision is due to lower costs and / or lack of components. Apple has not yet commented on the situation.

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Bloomberg editor Mark Gurman spoke about the new Apple M2 processors – four models are expected

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Bloomberg editor Mark Gurman spoke about the new Apple M2

Earlier this month, Apple announced the new M2 processor at the WWDC presentation. It is used in the new MacBook Air and MacBook Pro, but Cupertino is said to be preparing several modifications of it. Apple is said to be preparing M2 Pro, M2 Max, M2 Ultra, and M2 Extreme processors for Mac mini, MacBook Pro, and Mac Pro devices.

Bloomberg editor Mark Gurman spoke about the new Apple M2 processors - four models are expected

Bloomberg editor Mark Gurman said that Mac mini computers will receive options with M2 and M2 Pro processors. The 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro laptops will feature the M2 Pro and M2 Max chips. An entry-level 13.3-inch MacBook Pro with the M2 chip is also expected. Their release date is unknown.

Bloomberg editor Mark Gurman spoke about the new Apple M2 processors - four models are expected

Finally, Gurman believes that Apple plans to introduce the M2 Ultra and M2 Extreme chips. The company has previously hinted that the Mac Pro could be released soon, but no further details have been released. Perhaps these processors are just intended for the Mac Pro.

The timing of the announcement and release of the most powerful PC from Apple has not yet been specified.

Previously, Gurman said that the MacBook Air (2022) will be released in the colors of older models.

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