The first benchmark results of Intel's yet-to-be-announced eight-core Core i9-11950 'Tiger Lake-H' processor for gaming notebooks have been published in Primate Labs' Geekbench 5 database. The new unit expectedly beats Intel's own quad-core Core i7-1185G7 CPU both in single and multi-thread workloads, but when it comes to comparison with other rivals, its results are not that obvious. Intel's Core i9-11950 processor has never been revealed in leaks , so it was surprising to see benchmark results of HP's ZBook Studio 15.6-inch G8 laptop based on this CPU in Geekbench 5 . The chip has eight cores based on the Willow Cove microarchitecture running at 2.60 GHz – 4.90 GHz, it is equipped with a 24MB cache, a dual-channel DDR4-3200 memory controller, and a basic UHD Graphics core featuring the Xe architecture. In Geekbench 5, the ZBook Studio 15.6-inch G8 powered by the Core i9-11950H scored 1,365 points in single-thread benchmark and 6,266 points in multi-thread benchmark . The … [Read more...] about First Benchmark Result of Intel’s Core i9-11950H ‘Tiger Lake-H’ Emerge
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An unknown user has submitted alleged benchmark results of an HP Pavilion Desktop TP01-2xxx machine based on the AMD Ryzen 7 5700G APU to CPU-Z and UserBenchmark databases, hardware blogger @Tum_Apisak has discovered. R7 5700GCPU-Zhttps://t.co/3FwvDcOwlkUserbenchhttps://t.co/MqlHowIAZY pic.twitter.com/rPEeYNorHB May 5, 2021 See more AMD yet has to announce its long awaited Ryzen 7 5700G accelerated processing unit with Zen 3 cores and built-in Radeon Vega graphics, yet these chips are floating around as PC makers are getting ready to launch computers based on the new processors. PC manufacturers also have to test their new systems before shipping and sometimes these test results leak. As ever, take this leaked data with a pinch of salt. Specifications of AMD's Ryzen 7 5700G APUs are pretty well known as samples of the chip were sent out to AMD's partners quite a while ago. The Ryzen 7 5700G has eight cores based on the Zen 3 microarchitecture that are … [Read more...] about Alleged Benchmark Results of AMD’s Ryzen 7 5700G ‘Cezanne’ Uncovered
At less than half an inch thick, the new Samsung Galaxy Book Pro isn’t just thin. It’s shockingly thin. At its third Galaxy Unpacked event of 2021 so far, Samsung announced two new laptops, the aforementioned Galaxy Book Pro and its 2-in-1 sibling, the Galaxy Book Pro 360 . The two devices are follow-ups to the Galaxy Book Ion and Galaxy Book Flex but sport a completely redesigned chassis that fit in well among the best laptops you can buy . That new chassis comes in some new colors, yes, but the real highlight is the portability. The 13-inch Galaxy Book Pro is just 0.43 inches thick and weighs 1.9 pounds, making it one of the thinnest and lightest laptops in its class, with the 15-inch model not far behind. Samsung noted that it’s now as light as a large iced coffee. Despite being this thin, the Galaxy Book Pro has avoided many of the common pitfalls of making a device this slim. First, the Galaxy Book Pro is surprisingly rigid. Build quality is often sacrificed to … [Read more...] about Samsung’s new Galaxy Book Pro took my breath away with how thin it is
After a botched effort to limit the appeal of its GeForce RTX 3060 graphics cards with cryptocurrency miners, Nvidia may be back with a new strategy designed to keep its GPUs in the hands of gamers. The company is rumored to be working on a refresh of its existing lineup of GeForce RTX 3000 series GPUs, which are based on the Ampere architecture. The new solution? A feature known as Lite Hash Rate (LHR), which will limit the hash rate capabilities of the card and make it unattractive for mining currencies like Ethereum. Unlike past efforts, LHR is said to be nearly impossible to bypass. In essence, Nvidia’s second software-based stab at limiting the crypto mining appeal of its GPUs is designed to keep more of its graphics cards on the market for gamers, but such a strategy may not result in a more meaningful supply of GPUs for purchase. Allegedly, the new GeForce GPUs with the new GA**2 branding will come with resizable BAR support when they ship in mid-May, according to a … [Read more...] about Are Nvidia’s rumored Lite Hash Rate GPUs enough to fix supply woes?
Seems like a lot of folks were holding out for the iPhone 12 , with its all-new design, improved display, and 5G capability, among other features. Apple has just reported record revenue for a non-holiday quarter, coming in at a colossal $89.6 billion for the three months ending March 27, 2021, and marking a year-on-year increase of 54 percent. A whopping $47.9 billion of that came from iPhone sales, which included not only the iPhone 12 but also the iPhone 11, XR, and SE2. That’s up from $29 billion for the same period a year earlier. While Apple doesn’t reveal sales data for each handset, it’s safe to assume that a good chunk of that income came from the new iPhone 12 range, which launched last fall. Buyers of the iPhone 12 appear to enjoying it, too, with recent data from IT advisory company 451 Research indicating customer satisfaction of more than 99%. The disgruntled 1% may have included iPhone Mini users suffering issues with the lock screen , as well as owners with 5G … [Read more...] about Apple sold a whopping $48 billion worth of iPhones in just three months