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Sometimes two of the latest 60-core Intel CPUs lose out to one 96-core AMD monster. Large-scale tests of Xeon 8490H appeared

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Today we have already seen the results of one test, where the latest 60-core Intel Xeon Platinum 8490H processor was only able to compete with the previous generation AMD Epyc flagship. Now there are new tests on the web.

Sometimes two of the latest 60-core Intel CPUs lose out to one 96-core AMD monster.  Large-scale tests of Xeon 8490H appeared

The Phoronix resource tested the new CPU, and now the situation has become more clear. In particular, there are applications where the new Intel looks much better.

Sometimes two of the latest 60-core Intel CPUs lose out to one 96-core AMD monster.  Large-scale tests of Xeon 8490H appeared

For example, in Intel’s own OpenVINO benchmark, one Xeon 8490H is significantly ahead of the 96-core Epyc 9654, and two Intel CPUs are twice as good as a pair of competitors.

Sometimes two of the latest 60-core Intel CPUs lose out to one 96-core AMD monster.  Large-scale tests of Xeon 8490H appeared

Sometimes two of the latest 60-core Intel CPUs lose out to one 96-core AMD monster.  Large-scale tests of Xeon 8490H appeared
Sometimes two of the latest 60-core Intel CPUs lose out to one 96-core AMD monster.  Large-scale tests of Xeon 8490H appeared

However, this is Intel software created and optimized for Intel CPUs. In other tasks, things are somewhat different. Including there are applications where two Xeon 8490H cannot overcome one Epyc 9654 and even the younger Epyc 9554.

Sometimes two of the latest 60-core Intel CPUs lose out to one 96-core AMD monster.  Large-scale tests of Xeon 8490H appeared

Sometimes two of the latest 60-core Intel CPUs lose out to one 96-core AMD monster.  Large-scale tests of Xeon 8490H appeared
Sometimes two of the latest 60-core Intel CPUs lose out to one 96-core AMD monster.  Large-scale tests of Xeon 8490H appeared
Sometimes two of the latest 60-core Intel CPUs lose out to one 96-core AMD monster.  Large-scale tests of Xeon 8490H appeared
Sometimes two of the latest 60-core Intel CPUs lose out to one 96-core AMD monster.  Large-scale tests of Xeon 8490H appeared
Sometimes two of the latest 60-core Intel CPUs lose out to one 96-core AMD monster.  Large-scale tests of Xeon 8490H appeared

In general, judging by most tests, new Xeon Scalables often cannot compete with the latest Epyc Genoa, and this despite the fact that the 96-core Epyc 9654 costs about $12,000 versus $17,000 for the 60-core Intel flagship.

Sometimes two of the latest 60-core Intel CPUs lose out to one 96-core AMD monster.  Large-scale tests of Xeon 8490H appeared

Also, the Intel CPU consumes much more. Yes, 60 Intel cores require more power than 96 AMD cores, but this is easily explained by the large difference in process technologies.

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For the first time in the history of Xiaomi. The latest flagship Xiaomi 13 Ultra will receive a variable aperture lens

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Insider Digital Chat Station told something about the camera of the promising flagship Xiaomi 13 Ultra. According to the informant, a lens with a variable aperture will be prescribed in it. This technology will be introduced for the first time in a Xiaomi mobile phone.

For the first time in the history of Xiaomi.  The latest flagship Xiaomi 13 Ultra will receive a variable aperture lens

A first for Xiaomi, but variable aperture lenses are nothing new for Huawei. Perhaps, in the case of Xiaomi, such a lens will be installed in a module with a 1-inch Sony IMX989 main sensor. As for the front camera, it is expected to use a 32-megapixel sensor and a wide-angle lens.

Previously, Digital Chat Station was the first to accurately announce the specifications and release dates of Redmi K50 and Xiaomi 12.

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It became known when MIUI 14 will be released for Xiaomi Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro and Mi 10 Lite

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It became known when MIUI 14 will be released for

The Chinese resource ITHome announced when phones of the once flagship Xiaomi Mi 10 line will receive MIUI 14. This will happen in April this year. Moreover, the update will be based on Android 13, not Android 13.

It became known when MIUI 14 will be released for Xiaomi Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro and Mi 10 Lite

The firmware will be released for Xiaomi Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro and Mi 10 Lite. It is also noted that recently Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro, Xiaomi 11 Lite and Xiaomi 11 Lite 5G NE received the latest version of MIUI 13.

Xiaomi previously officially confirmed that the devices of the Mi 10 line will receive MIUI 14. But the date or at least the approximate date for the release of the firmware was not indicated. It should be noted that in April MIUI 14 will be released for Xiaomi Mi 10 in China, but in other regions it will obviously appear later.

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We waited two months and we will wait another two weeks. AMD told when it will release a new driver for Radeon RX 6000 and other cards (older)

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We waited two months and we will wait another two

AMD top manager Frank Azor, who is responsible for the direction of gaming solutions, promised users of 3D cards Radeon RX 6000 and older a new Adrenaline driver: it will appear within two weeks.

We waited two months and we will wait another two weeks.  AMD told when it will release a new driver for Radeon RX 6000 and other cards (older)

The situation, if not extraordinary, is rather strange: since the release of the Radeon RX 7000 line, the company has consistently updated the driver for them four times already, while for models based on the RDNA2 architecture (that is, the Radeon RX 6000) and older, not a single driver has been released.

We waited two months and we will wait another two weeks.  AMD told when it will release a new driver for Radeon RX 6000 and other cards (older)

In general, the company adheres to the strategy of releasing a unified Adrenaline driver for all models of its video cards (at least for those based on the RDNA3 and RDNA2 architectures), and Frank Azor once again confirmed this. But only recently the implementation of this strategy has stalled.

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