Additionally, Deep Link lets the processors share Xe graphics, DP4a instructions, and Xe media encoders. In a demo of Topaz Gigapixel AI, Intel showed the Xe Max and Tiger Lake upscaling images with OpenVINO and DLBoost DP4a far faster than Ice Lake with an MX350 using Tensorflow. The combined Iris Xe and Iris Xe Max, in the demo, finished faster than the competitive laptop completed a single image.Max-Q in Handbrake, the Acer Swift 3x transcoded ten 1-minute clips from 4K/60fps AVC to 1080p / 60 fps HEVC faster. Intel says this is thanks to Intel's QuickSync with the integrated and discrete graphics working together simultaneously, compared to Nvidia's NVENC. … [Read more...] about Intel Releases Xe Max Graphics, Details Power Sharing and Deep Link
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Yes. So I think what is important to say is that we don’t use just one model. We use several different ways to simulate a world that might have been without man-made climate change. And one method of doing that is just looking into past observations of weather and comparing that with observations of weather events today, and to see what the difference is in the real world. And of course, that is not a clean attribution to global climate change because other things than climate change have changed as well over the course of the last hundred years. So land-use changes have to have occurred, and so on. The observations are crucially important, on the one hand, to sort of have a ground-truthing of the models to evaluate whether the models are actually capable of simulating the type of event we are interested in. But, of course, because the observations have all the other changes as well. If we want to just have the attribution to man-made climate change, we need to use climate … [Read more...] about Supercomputers, simulations, and the new science of extreme weather attribution
The Pixel 5 and the Pixel 4a 5G are Google’s first 5G phones, giving you faster data speeds for everything from downloading videos to streaming games over Stadia. But the Pixel 5 has another neat trick in that it can extend the 5G signal to other devices via a 5G hotspot. The Pixel 5 supports millimeter-wave (mmWave) 5G as well as sub-6GHz 5G to deliver somewhat faster speeds compared with LTE in most U.S. locations, and much faster speeds in crowded urban areas. It’s especially advantageous for Verizon customers, as that service extensively uses mmWave 5G. In comparison, the 4a 5G supports only the sub-6GHz 5G variation of the protocol. That said, it is still early times in 5G land, and while 5G capability can future-proof your phone and leverage specific environments, this distinction may not translate into better network performance for most people. … [Read more...] about Google Pixel 5 vs. Pixel 4a 5G: Which one is right for you?
World of Horror is a 1-bit throwback to text-based RPGs, with clear influences from H.P. Lovecraft and Junji Ito. Despite the fact that World of Horror ditches horror genre conventions, it’s one of the most terrifying games of recent memory. It’s currently in early access, and there are 12 mysteries for you to solve (the full game will have more). Each mystery is a little different, ranging from a suspicious ramen shop that people can’t get enough of to a haunted mansion that sits on the edge of town. All of them, however, tie back to cosmic horrors in one way or another. … [Read more...] about The best roguelikes
Rafferty is an example of a hard-working and successful Latina. Her perseverance and love for her roots have allowed her to not only fulfill her dreams, but also help meet the needs of an entire Spanish-speaking community. Her story shows us that nothing is impossible when the goal is clear. … [Read more...] about How Canela.TV, the streaming service for Hispanics, was born