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Up to 80 GB of memory and liquid cooling. Nvidia is preparing a new version of the A100 accelerator

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Although Nvidia recently introduced the H100 accelerator on the new Hopper architecture, the company is preparing a new version of the old Nvidia A100 on the Ampere architecture.

Up to 80 GB of memory and liquid cooling.  Nvidia is preparing a new version of the A100 accelerator

The new version stands out with a liquid cooling system instead of the passive one of the regular version. Given the release of the new version of the adapter, Nvidia clearly will not be phasing them out after the release of the H100. Recall that new items will be released sometime in the second half of the year, but the company did not specify the timing.

The Nvidia A100 in the PCIe version has 40 or 80 GB of memory and delivers 19.5 TFLOPS of performance.

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Solar-powered bitcoin farm launched in the US

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Solar powered bitcoin farm launched in the US

Aspen Creek Digital Corporation (“ACDC”) has announced the launch of its first bitcoin mining facility. We are talking about a high-performance computing center with a capacity of 6 MW, equipped with a solar farm with a capacity of 10 MW.

Solar-powered bitcoin farm launched in the US

The company’s first hosting client was Galaxy Digital.

“Recent market volatility has demonstrated the importance of our core strategy: power control as a major contributor to bitcoin mining,” said ACDC CEO Alexandra DaCosta.

ACDC uses S19 generation miners for mining in a data center in Colorado. Adjacent to the facility is a 75,000 square foot R&D and execution center.

The second ACDC facility will be a 30 MW data center capable of accommodating 10,000 ASIC miners. This data center will be combined with an 87 MW solar power plant, which will be commissioned this summer.

The third project that ACDC is working on is a 150 MW data center that will work in conjunction with a 200 MW solar farm.

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Official: Huawei will unveil its second car on July 4th. Hybrid Aito M7 debuts on the same day as nova 10 smartphones

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Official Huawei will unveil its second car on July 4th

Previously, Huawei announced that the official premiere of the nova 10 series smartphones would take place on July 4, and now it has become known that the company will also introduce its second car, the Aito M7, on the same day. With one shot, Huawei will kill two birds with one stone, however, they say that this day there will be much more new products.

Official: Huawei will unveil its second car on July 4th.  Hybrid Aito M7 debuts on the same day as nova 10 smartphones

Aito M7 is a hybrid crossover. In terms of dimensions, it will be noticeably larger than Huawei’s first car, the Aito M5 hybrid crossover. The company has released several new teasers that suggest the Aito M7 will be positioned as a large family travel car.

Official: Huawei will unveil its second car on July 4th.  Hybrid Aito M7 debuts on the same day as nova 10 smartphones

Official details will be revealed on July 4, but it is already known that the car is designed for six, and its dimensions are 5020 x 1945 x 1775 mm with a wheelbase of 2820 mm.

Official: Huawei will unveil its second car on July 4th.  Hybrid Aito M7 debuts on the same day as nova 10 smartphones

The capacity of the traction battery will be approximately 40 kWh – on pure electricity, the crossover will be able to travel about 150 km, and the average fuel consumption will be about 7 liters per 100 km. There will be no lack of power: a 177 hp electric motor mounted on the front axle will be combined with a 272 hp engine. on the rear axle.

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The power consumption of the Radeon RX 7000 series graphics cards will not be as huge as that of the GeForce RTX 40

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The power consumption of the Radeon RX 7000 series graphics

Rumors are actively attributing huge power consumption up to 600 W and even higher to GeForce RTX 40 video cards. Radeon RX 7000 cards will also consume more than the current generation.

The power consumption of the Radeon RX 7000 series graphics cards will not be as huge as that of the GeForce RTX 40

AMD Senior Vice President Sam Naffziger revealed some details about the RDNA 3 architecture and products based on it. He also touched upon the topic of energy consumption.

The demand for gaming and computing performance is increasing, while at the same time the development of technical processes is slowing down quite sharply. Thus, the power level will only increase. We now have a multi-year roadmap with very significant energy efficiency improvements to offset this curve, but the trend is there.

Performance is critical, but even if our designs are more energy efficient, that doesn’t mean we won’t raise power levels if competitors are doing the same. They’ll just have to raise them much higher than us.

Thus, the Radeon RX 7000 line, despite the previously stated 50 percent advantage (over the RX 6000) in power efficiency, will stand out for its high power consumption simply because of the huge performance boost. At the same time, AMD is confident that Nvidia will have to increase power consumption even higher.

For now, the RX 6000 line is more power efficient than the GeForce RTX 30, although the difference isn’t huge. Previously, there were rumors that the top-end RX 7900 XT will consume 450 watts versus 600 watts in the case of the RTX 4090, but so far these are just rumors.

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