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The first fast PCIe 5.0 SSD that won’t make noise or overheat? Aorus Gen5 10000 introduced

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The first high-speed SSDs with PCIe 5.0 support have begun to hit the market, and they do not please with one thing – the use of noisy fans. But this is a standardized solution that is used in almost all PCIe 5.0 drives presented to date. But there are exceptions. For example, Aorus Gen5 10000.

The first fast PCIe 5.0 SSD that won't make noise or overheat?  Aorus Gen5 10000 introduced

In this case, Gigabyte engineers do not use a combination of a low-profile heatsink and a tiny 20mm fan, the solution is more interesting – a large heatsink with developed fins and two heat pipes. In some ways, such a cooler resembles the cooling systems of the VRM zone of top-end motherboards. True, in those most often one heat pipe is used.

The first fast PCIe 5.0 SSD that won't make noise or overheat?  Aorus Gen5 10000 introduced

Cooling system Aorus Gen5 10000 is good in that it is passive and absolutely silent. In addition, it should be quite enough to discharge 10 watts. The downside is that it is cumbersome: it will be possible to install an SSD only in a slot that is far from video cards and expansion cards.

The first fast PCIe 5.0 SSD that won't make noise or overheat?  Aorus Gen5 10000 introduced

The Aorus Gen5 10000 uses a 12nm Phison E26 controller, 232-layer TLC NAND memory with a bulky layout, and DDR4 memory with SLC as a buffer.

There are two storage options:

AG510K1T: 1 TB memory, 9.5 and 8.5 GB/s sequential read/write speeds, 700 TBW;

AG510K2TB: 2 TB memory, 10 and 9.5 GB/s sequential read and write speeds, 1400 TBW.

The Aorus Gen5 10000 is backed by a 5-year manufacturer’s warranty, pricing not yet announced.

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Nvidia says its Grace CPU Superchip is twice as fast as x86-compatible processors for the same power consumption

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Nvidia says its Grace CPU Superchip is twice as fast

Nvidia said that its Arm-based Grace CPU Superchip processor in tests with real workloads shows a twofold increase in performance compared to x86-compatible CPUs in the same range of power consumption. With which processors Nvidia compared, it is not specified.

Nvidia says its Grace CPU Superchip is twice as fast as x86-compatible processors for the same power consumption

The company says these figures mean data centers can handle twice as much peak traffic for the same power consumption if they switch to Grace. Or they can cut their energy bills by almost half while maintaining productivity.

Nvidia says its Grace CPU Superchip is twice as fast as x86-compatible processors for the same power consumption

Nvidia itself says that Grace provides such results thanks to three main factors. Firstly, these are 72 Arm Neoverse V2 cores in one CPU (Grace CPU Superchip, we recall, contains two CPUs on one board), and secondly, in fact, the combination of two such CPUs via the NVLink-C2C interface with a bandwidth of 900 GB / s , third, the use of server-class LPDDR5X memory.

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Asus GeForce RTX 4090 XG Mobile Graphics Dock external graphics card goes on sale starting at $2,000

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Asus GeForce RTX 4090 XG Mobile Graphics Dock external graphics

Asus introduced the external GeForce RTX 4090 in the form of the XG Mobile Graphics Dock at the beginning of the year. Now this product is on sale for a very impressive amount.

Asus GeForce RTX 4090 XG Mobile Graphics Dock external graphics card goes on sale starting at $2,000

In Japan, they ask for $ 3,000 for the device, but Japanese prices are sometimes much higher than global ones. In this case, the device is also available in Canada for about $2,000.

True, we are talking here, of course, about the mobile RTX 4090 Laptop – it is she who underlies the module. In terms of performance, it roughly matches the desktop RTX 4070 Ti. The module itself consists of two parts: one contains the 3D card itself and a set of ports, and the other houses a 330W power supply. True, the TGP value for the adapter is limited to 150 watts.

Probably the biggest downside of the device is that it is only compatible with select Asus ROG Flow laptops.

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A new Nvidia 3D card with 20GB of memory and a 160-bit bus costs $1,250. But the RTX 4000 Ada has very low power consumption

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A new Nvidia 3D card with 20GB of memory and

Yesterday Nvidia unveiled the monstrous 188GB H100 NVL graphics accelerator for training language models, and now the company has added a card to its range that sits on the other side of the product line. The RTX 4000 Ada professional adapter is much smaller, much simpler, and clearly much cheaper, though we don’t know the price of the H100 NVL yet.

A new Nvidia 3D card with 20GB of memory and

The RTX 4000 Ada, on the other hand, costs $1,250. And in terms of its parameters, this is a very unusual product. For example, it has 6144 CUDA cores (about as much is attributed to the GeForce RTX 4070 video card), 20 GB of memory, but only a 160-bit bus. At the same time, the consumption of the novelty is so small (70 W) that it does without additional power connectors!

Such a modest power consumption with good parameters is due to the GPU frequency, which reaches only 1.56 GHz. For comparison, the RTX 6000 Ada is 2.5 GHz.

The performance of the novelty (FP32) is 19.2 TFLOPS. Also noteworthy are four Mini DisplayPort connectors and a dual-slot design.

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