Recently another big player in the industry, NVIDIA, purchased ARM. It seems like moving fast through markets is vital for tech giants. In the last decade we have seen companies of all kinds fall and emerge, from GlobalFoundries to AMD itself that got rid of it. It is clear that the future will be Deep Learning and AI, therefore, Lisa Su's seem to have been emboldened to make a new purchase/merger with another giant, Xilinx, Intel's main rival in FPGA, why would this purchase be interesting for the market?
Those who think Intel already lost their battle against AMD should reconsider it. There are still a few months left, but little by little data is appearing on what will be the first high-performance hybrid architecture of the blue company. Alder Lake-S as an architecture has been seen in SiSoftware with the impressive figure of 16 cores, what can we expect from Alder Lake CPUs?
Due to its enormous success, the number of players on Among Us has exploded in recent months, to the extent of having up to 3 million simultaneous users. Of course, this is very good news for InnerSloth; however, this has also brought a big problem.
Finally, NVIDIA has given an answer to the problems of some RTX 3080 and RTX 3090, which stop working in the middle of the gaming sessions. Recent information on this issue relates to graphics card design by NVIDIA partner manufacturers. After a few days in silence, NVIDIA itself has given an official response, and the manufacturers followed.
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold not only offers new possibilities thanks to its flexible OLED screen, but also boasts interesting specifications such as 5G connectivity and Lakefield processor. Let's review the ThinkPad X1 Fold's specifications, price, release date, size comparisons and durability.
Little by little and indiscriminately, both AMD and NVIDIA are watching time pass without their multi-GPU technologies adapting to the new times. Why are you letting NVIDIA SLI die? Is NVIDIA really to blame for this? or instead, are there more culprits? Let’s find out by reviewing a little about the history of SLI and what’s to come in the future.