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The anti-mining GeForce RTX 3060 is finally out. Ethereum mining performance more than halved

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Galax was the first company to introduce Nvidia GeForce RTX 30 LHR graphics cards – with limited performance for Ethereum mining. Galax already has such RTX 3060 Ti, RTX 3070 and RTX 3080 in its assortment, and now the RTX 3060 has also appeared. It was the GeForce RTX 3060 that was supposed to become the first graphics card in the line with limited performance for cryptocurrency mining, but in fact it debuted later than the others.

Like other anti-mining Galax models, the GeForce RTX 3060 is designated FG. Recall that Nvidia does not give clear instructions on how to designate new anti-mining models on the Ampere GPU – here manufacturers of finished devices are free to decide on their own. In the case of Galax, such video cards received the FG postscript, while for MSI such models will most likely be denoted by the word Plus in the title. At least, this is indicated by documents from the EEC database.

The anti-mining GeForce RTX 3060 is finally out.  Ethereum mining performance more than halved

In terms of characteristics and performance, the anti-mining GeForce RTX 3060 is no different from the one that came out earlier. However, its performance during Ethereum mining has been more than halved: it was up to 44 MH / s, but now it is only 20 MH / s. However, the anti-mining GeForce RTX 3060 has yet to go on sale widely, so cryptocurrency miners still have one last chance to get a fully functional version. And after completely replacing the old version with the new cryptocurrency miners, they can switch to AMD 3D cards: the Radeon RX 6700 XT provides performance at the level of the anti-mining GeForce RTX 3080, but at the same time it costs much less.

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Intel wants to release a processor with more than a trillion transistors by 2030

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Intel is going to create processors with more than a trillion transistors in less than 10 years.

At the IEDM 2022 event, the company published nine research papers on future developments and plans. In particular, it describes new 2D materials for transistors, a new 3D packaging technology that will reduce the performance and power gap between chiplets and single-chip processors to an almost imperceptible range, and so on. There is also information about Intel’s plans to release processors with more than a trillion transistors by 2030.

Intel wants to release a processor with more than a trillion transistors by 2030

Intel wants to release a processor with more than a trillion transistors by 2030

Intel is betting heavily on a new 3D packaging technology for Quasi-Monolithic Chips (QMC). The bottom line is that QMC aims to offer almost the same performance as interconnects used in monolithic chips. QMC is known to be a new sub-3 micron pitch hybrid interconnect technology that results in a 10x increase in power efficiency and performance density compared to Intel designs presented at last year’s IEDM. The 10 micron step approach was described last year, and even that was already a 10x improvement over current technologies. That is, Intel, at least on paper, was able to achieve a 100-fold improvement in energy efficiency and density in just a few years. In addition, QMC also allows multiple chips to be stacked vertically on top of each other.

Intel wants to release a processor with more than a trillion transistors by 2030

Interestingly, the rate of increase in the density of transistors in the foreseeable future, according to Intel’s plans, will approximately correspond to Moore’s law. At the same time, prices for semiconductor products will continue to grow.

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No cheap Radeon RX 7900? In China, orders for these video cards are placed with a markup of $ 200-500 over the recommended price.

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Officially, sales of the latest flagship AMD Radeon RX 7900 XTX and Radeon RX 7900 XT graphics cards will start in a week, but pre-orders have already begun to be issued in China. Local residents did not see the recommended prices.

No cheap Radeon RX 7900?  In China, orders for these video cards are placed with a markup of $ 200-500 over the recommended price.

Recall that the recommended price for the reference Radeon RX 7900 XTX for China is 8,000 yuan ($1,140), the Radeon RX 7900 XT is 7,400 yuan ($1,055). What’s in reality? The semi-clones of the reference PowerColor Radeon RX 7900 XTX and Radeon RX 7900 XT of the Hellhound family, which we wrote about today, are available for order on the Taobao site at a price of 9788 and 8688 yuan, respectively (1395 and 1235 dollars). That is, if we talk about even the basic models, then the markup is 255 and 180 dollars.

No cheap Radeon RX 7900?  In China, orders for these video cards are placed with a markup of $ 200-500 over the recommended price.

Top solutions are even more expensive: the non-reference (and obviously overclocked) PowerColor RX 7900 XTX Red Devil is priced at 11,399 yuan ($1,625), which is already $485 more than the recommended retail price.

But this is not the limit: in another store, the Radeon RX 7900 XTX is offered for 12,999 yuan ($1,850), and the Radeon 7900 XT is offered for 8,999 yuan ($1,425).

No cheap Radeon RX 7900?  In China, orders for these video cards are placed with a markup of $ 200-500 over the recommended price.

The situation in the Chinese market is not particularly different from the situation in other countries, so we can think that both in Europe and in the US, the Radeon RX 7900 will be offered at a higher price than the recommended price. Even if we are talking about reference solutions.

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Xiaomi enters the desktop PC market. The company is preparing two mini PCs, one of which will be based on the Ryzen 7 6800U

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It seems that Xiaomi has decided not to stop at laptops and is preparing to introduce its first desktop PC.

Xiaomi enters the desktop PC market.  The company is preparing two mini PCs, one of which will be based on the Ryzen 7 6800U

The Network got data about two Xiaomi computers at once, and in both cases we are talking about a mini-PC. The first one will be called Mini Host. It was supposed to be presented yesterday, but the corresponding event was postponed.

Xiaomi enters the desktop PC market.  The company is preparing two mini PCs, one of which will be based on the Ryzen 7 6800U

Little is known so far. In particular, the dimensions of the case are such that a mini-ITX motherboard can fit there. There is also a 100W power supply, which may hint at the approximate capabilities of the novelty, but not the fact that there will not be more powerful versions.

But more is known about the second mini-PC. While we do not know its name, but it will be a solution in the SFF form factor, ostensibly aimed at the OEM segment. This PC is based on a Ryzen 7 6800U with 16GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD. Such a PC will ask for $570.

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