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| TechNews - Radeon RX 5600 XT vs. GeForce GTX 1060 - tech|
|(hx) 12:50 AM CET - Feb,13 2020 |
- Intel Core i7-10700K Comet Lake-S CPU Spied Flexing 5.3GHz
- According to the benchmark result, which comes courtesy of leakster TUM_APISAK,
the Core i7-10700K has 8 cores that are capable of executing 16
threads. The processor also allegedly has base clock of 3.8GHz and
features a turbo frequency of 5.3GHz. For comparison, the Core
i9-10900K has an additional two cores, and has a stated turbo clock of
5.1GHz. Based on its core counts and clock speeds, it looks as though
the Core i7-10700K would be positioned to go up against the Ryzen 7
3800X and Ryzen 7 3700X, both of which are 8-core/16-thread processor
- Radeon RX 5600 XT vs. GeForce GTX 1060 6GB vs. GTX 1070: 32
Game Benchmark - The Radeon RX 5600 XT is ~50% faster than the GTX 1060
and that makes it a solid upgrade choice for most gamers.
- AMD Desktop Processor Market Share Now at 18.3% - Market
intelligence firm Mercury Research published its findings on the x86
processor market towards the end of 2019, in which AMD has posted
growth in all segments (not counting IoT or semi-custom). AMD held 18.3
percent of the desktop x86 processor market, according to the report. a
5-year high. The company's EPYC line of server processors face a more
uphill battle against enterprises' entrenched brand loyalties to Intel.
The company holds 4.5 percent of the server processor market, but
growing 0.2 percent points versus the previous quarter, and 1.4
percentage points vs. the previous year. The last time AMD held such a
market share in the server x86 processor market was in Q3-2013.
AMD's mobile processor market share may come as a surprise to some.
According to Mercury Research, the company holds 16.2 percent of the
mobile x86 processor market, which is almost as much as its desktop
market. This is probably propelled by the popularity of AMD APUs and
low-power CPUs in the cost-effective notebook market segments. AMD is
now eyeing higher market segments with its Ryzen 4000 "Renoir"
processors that make landfall this year. AMD is growing faster in the
mobile space than desktop, with 1.5 percentage points growth in just
Q4, and 4 percentage points year-over-year. AMD's mobile market share
was this high back in Q2-2013. Mercury Research pins AMD's overall hold
over the x86 market at 15.5%, averaged on all segments, minus
semi-custom and IoT.
- Apple Finally Buying AMD CPUs? - Since its switch to the
x86 machine architecture from PowerPC in the mid-2000s, Apple has been
consistent with Intel as its sole supplier of CPUs for its Macbooks,
iMac desktops, and Mac Pro workstations. The company's relationship
with rival AMD has been limited to sourcing discrete GPUs. If pieces of
code from a MacOS beta is anything to go buy, Apple could bite the AMD
bullet very soon. References to several AMD processors were found in
MacOS 10.15.4 Beta 1. These include the company's "Picasso," "Renoir,"
and "Van Gogh" APUs. It's
very likely that with increasing CPU IPC and energy-efficiency,
Apple is finally seeing the value in single-chip solutions from AMD
that have a good enough combination of CPU and iGPUs. The 7 nm "Renoir"
silicon in particular could change the mobile and desktop computing
segments, thanks to its 8-core "Zen 2" CPU, and a "Vega" based iGPU
that's highly capable in non-gaming and light-gaming tasks. AMD's
proprietary SmartShift feature could also be leveraged, which
dynamically switches between the iGPU and an AMD discrete GPU.
- VMWare Updates Licensing Model, Setting 32-Core Limit - VMWare
has announced changes to its licensing model. From now on,
licensees will have to acquire a license per 32 CPU cores, instead of
the former "per socket" model. This effectively means that users who
had made a migration to AMD's 64-core EPYC CPUs, for instance, and who
saved on both price-per core and VMWare licensing fees compared to
Intel customers (who would need two sockets to achieve the same
core-count, and thus, two licenses) are now being charged for two
licenses for a 64-core, AMD-populated socket. This was a selling point
for AMD - the company stated that their high-end EPYC processors could
act as a dual-socket setup with a single processor, thanks to EPYC's
I/O capabilities and core counts. VMWare claims this change is in line
with industry standard pricing models.
Of course this decision from VMWare hits AMD the hardest, and it comes
at a time where there are already 48 and 64 core CPUs available in the
market. Should this licensing change be done, perhaps it should be in
line with the current state of the industry, and not following in a
quasi-random core-count (it definitely isn't random, though, and I'll
leave it at that). From VMware's perspective, AMD's humongous CPU core
counts does affect their bottom line. The official release claiming
customers license software based on CPU counts may be valid, and they
do allow for free licenses for servers past 32 cores until April 30,
2020. Of course, VMWare is also preparing itself for future industry
changes - Intel will obviously increase its core counts in response to
AMD's EPYC attack on the expected core counts of professional
- Cybersecurity in 2019: Ransomware up 41% in the US Alone
- Security firm Emsisoft reported a 41% increase in
ransomware attacks in 2019 (in the US) compared to the previous
year (up to 205,280 distinct attacks). The advent of cryptocurrencies
with built-in anonimity, such as Monero, have become the favored
extortion method employed by wrongdoers, shielding them from the usual
checks and balances of the banking system. And with increasingly
complex tools in the hands of hackers, plus the advantage of first
strike new attacks enjoy, ransomware is becoming harder and harder to
battle. According to the New York Times, citing security firm Coveware,
the average payment for file decryption in 2019 rose to $84,116 in the
Q4 2019, double what it was just in Q3. And in the last month of the
year, the average decryption payment jumped more than twofold to
- Newly discovered PC malware version spreads through Wi-Fi
networks - A newly discovered version of the Emotet Trojan
has been observed to be spreading through Wi-Fi networks by using
brute-force. The spread can be prevented by using strong, complex Wi-Fi
- Microsoft xCloud Game Streaming Finally Lands On iOS With Some
Caveats - Today, Microsoft is ready to make available a beta version of Project xCloud for iOS users,
and it’s doing so through Apple’s TestFlight service. Given that
Project xCloud is still in beta; that it is only available right now
through TestFlight; and that this is Apple that we’re dealing with,
there are some key difference compared to when the service launched on
Android. For starters, it’s only open to users in the United States,
Canada and the United Kingdom, and only one game will be supported [at
least initially] at launch: Halo: The Masterchief Collection. But it
doesn’t end there; Xbox Console Streaming is not currently active, and
a maximum of 10,000 users can be invited to the TestFlight. If
you’re fine with all of those roadblocks, technical requirements for
acceptance include the need to be running iOS 13 or higher, Bluetooth
4.0 support, a Bluetooth-based Xbox One controller, and a Wi-Fi or
cellular connection of 10Mbps or higher.
- Nokia 2.3 Offers 2-Day Battery for $129 - The
newest entry-level Nokia Android phone from HMD Global is the Nokia
2.3, which contains a 4,000 mAh battery that HMD claims can last
through two days of use. It also has a 6.2-inch, 19:9, HD screen with
small notch, MediaTek Helio A22 processor, 2 GB of RAM, 32 GB of
storage, memory card slot, and 3.5mm headset jack. It has a 13
megapixel camera on the back plus depth camera for portrait mode, and a
5 megapixel camera on the front
- Hands On with the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip - The Galaxy Z Flip is a fascinating phone. The
engineering is unlike other folding phones to date. Actually, it
borrows ideas from both the Galaxy Fold and Motorola's razr. It doesn't
fold 100% "flat", meaning when it's closed, there is a slight gap
between the two halves at the hinge end. But it's a much thinner gap
than what was on the Galaxy Fold. It's small enough that, at quick
glance, you might not even notice it.
- Android February Security Patch Fixes Critical Bluetooth
- A security flaw has been found in Android that allows attackers
to access a phone via Bluetooth with no user interaction required.
Android's most recent monthly security update, released on February
3rd, fixes the flaw. The vulnerability is rated "critical" - the
highest rating - for Android versions 8 and 9. In Android 10, the same
bug allows a remote attacker to crash the Bluetooth system, but does
not present the same security vulnerability. Attackers must be within
Bluetooth range (typically around 30 feet) to exploit the flaw. Users
can ensure they're not vulnerable by turning off Bluetooth until their phone receives the February update.
There are ways to continue using Bluetooth in public while making it
difficult to exploit the flaw. Attackers need to know your Bluetooth
MAC address (device ID). This can be obtained in two ways: The first is
if your phone is in Bluetooth "discoverable" (pairing) mode. Also, on
some devices, the Bluetooth MAC address can be deduced from the Wi-Fi
MAC address. Therefore users with a non-updated Android phone who are
concerned about the issue should avoid pairing new Bluetooth devices
while near any public areas, and keep Wi-Fi turned off on their phone.
- Decoded by Sight: AdirOffice Gun Lock Box - Lock Picker
Comes Across A Gun Lock Box So Poorly
Designed He Doesn't Even Need To Use Tools To Open It
- Titan's Treasure PUZZLE Lock Solved - Mr. Puzzle took more than two hours to unlock the lock, the rest
did not take him that long.
- 2020 Moto RAZR Durability Test! - The new folding Motorola Razr phone is here. That
same iconic folding flip phone that all the cool kids had is BACK. And
this time it has a fully flexible 6.2 inch folding screen. But how much
abuse can it handle? Will the new razr break in half the first time you
snap it shut for a phone call? What happens if you accidentally try to
bend the Razr phone back the wrong direction? Is the Motorola Razr Dust
proof? All these questions and more will be answered in todays
- Fingerprint/RFID Lock Defeated With a Paperclip - Surely
the manufacturer is like: You're not supposed or allowed to remove that screw!
- No Tools Needed: Master Lock Push Button Key Box Decoded - This is not
a lock that I would recommend :D
- How a Tranquilizer Dart Works in Slow Motion - Gav and
Dan learn about tranquilizer dart physics using slow mo as a helpful
tool. Don't try this at home unless you have 400lb gorilla running
at full clip towards you.
- Russian Multiplication - Numberphile - This is the first
time I've heard of this method :D I'm pretty
sure it's a joke based on cold war era propaganda stereotypes about
Russians purging everything :-)
- Fixing Broken Zippers With A Fork Is Blowing My Mind - What sort of black magic is this? :-)
- Jim Carrey Tells Hilarious Story About The Time He Invited
Anthony - Jim Carrey tells Conan O'Brien about the time Anthony Hopkins came to dinner and
gave him chills.
- FAST AND FURIOUS 9 Trailer (2020) - First
trailer for Fast and Furious 9 starring Vin Diesel and John Cena
- Most Popular TV Series 1986 - 2019 - Timeline
history of the most viewed TV series from 1986 to 2019. Ranking is
based on the following factors: prime-time first 24 hours audience
reports, one week of reported statistics for downloaded copies
(pirated), one week of streaming services viewership. Numbers are
worldwide with significant bias towards US market up until 2002,
afterwards it's balanced by p2p distribution across the globe.
- The Jesus Rolls - Official VOD Trailer - The Jesus rolls
on. Hours after being released from prison, Jesus Quintana (John Turturro) pairs up with fellow
misfits Petey (Bobby Cannavale) and Marie (Audrey Tautou), and
embark on a freewheeling joyride of petty crime and romance.
- THE IRON MASK Official Trailer (2020) Arnold Schwarzenegger -
What's the plot of "The Iron Mask"? We honestly
could not tell you. But it looks fun. Or maybe awful?
- The filming of The Witcher season two is expected to start Feb
2020 - The filming of The Witcher season two is
expected to start this February in the United Kingdom and will
eventually relocate to Scotland and parts of Eastern Europe. Season two
will probably be released somewhere in the next year.
Actress Carmel Laniado will be joining the TV show according to
Deadline. She will be playing Violet, "a young girl whose playful and
whimsical demeanour is a front for a smarter and more sadistic
The actress is relatively new in the show business. She appeared in the
movie Dolittle as Lady Rose and as young Lottie in FX's miniseries A
Christmas Carol. Personally I cannot recall any characters from the
books or the games with the name Violet.
There is also a rumor that Kristofer Hivju will also join the series
for the new season. He is the actor who played Tormund Giantsbane on
Game of Thrones. Showrunner Hissrich said she already has plans for
more than five seasons. So it looks like Netflix's The Witcher is here
to stay for quite some time.
- NIGHTWISH - Noise (OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO) - Finnish/British/Dutch
symphonic metallers NIGHTWISH have released the official music video for "Noise", the first
single from their forthcoming ninth studio album, "Human. :II: Nature."
. Due on April 10 via Nuclear Blast, the long-awaited follow-up to
2015's "Endless Forms Most Beautiful" will be a double album containing
nine tracks on the main CD and one long track, divided into eight
chapters on CD 2.
- TESTAMENT - Night of the Witch - Official
lyric video for "Night Of The Witch" from TESTAMENT's "Titans Of
Creation," out on April 3rd!
- Jason Momoa Super Bowl Commercial 2020 - Watch Jason
Momoa get super comfortable at home in this 2020 Super Bowl commercial.
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- Back to the Future: Tesla CyberTruck Edition - Video - So,
what is it? Well, I hope the title was something of a giveaway. But
Yes! Someone out there has been working amazingly hard to edit out the
DeLorean DMC-12 in one of the film's most iconic scenes. What have they
replaced it with though I hear you ask? Well, only a Tesla
- Shakira & J. Lo's FULL Pepsi Super Bowl LIV Halftime Show
hips definitely did not lie!
- Brooklyn Millard Instagram stories copilation - Yeah! *wink*
- The best pics on the Internet #271 - All pictures are carefully handpicked
|gx-x||(01:48 AM CET - Feb,13 2020 )|
VMWare Updates Licensing Model, Setting 32-Core Limit
I hope they prefer piracy because that's what they are going to get now more than before.