Sunday, July 17
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- Intel is preparing to launch its new range of dedicated graphics cards - competing with Nvidia and AMD - to great fanfare.
Well, some fanfare.
A little fanfare. (The Verge)
Intel's high-end A750 card will compete against Nvidia's definitely not high-end RTX 3060, at least on some games. Five games, to be precise. Intel isn't talking about other games. You've got five games, what do you want?
Had this launched a year ago, even with the performance caveats, Intel would have sold as many as they could make. But it's launching into a market where cards are sitting on shelves waiting to be bought at or a little below MSRP, so it's probably doomed.
Intel also pulled its rather nice NUC laptop range that came with Nvidia 3060 and 3070 graphics options and replaced it with models with its own graphics chips, meaning they won't be selling any laptops either.
- Alcohol has no measurable health benefits for those under 29. (The Lancet / Eurekalert)
Those of us aged 29 and up, however, should get plastered at the every opportunity. I think that's what it says.
- How to set up Windows 11 without an online account. (Tom's Hardware)
The first approach is what I did - yoink the internet connection right out from under it.
- Everything we know about AMD's upcoming Ryzen 7000 range. (Tom's Hardware)
- Everything we know about Intel's upcoming Raptor Lake (13th gen CPU) range. (Tom's Hardware)
- How to lose friends and horrify people: A quintuple indirect Hello, world program in Python. (Mathspp)
If you're a Python programmer this is worth a look because it's just obscuring simple code with advanced techniques, not obfuscated in the way of C contests.
Take said billions and use it to run ads during major spoting events, and bribe companies like Dell to be Intel-only shops.
Also come out with obviously inept crap and pay companies to use your crap.
In a couple of years demand another few billion to "build more fabs".
Posted by: normal at Monday, July 18 2022 11:03 AM (obo9H)
Posted by: Pixy Misa at Monday, July 18 2022 11:50 AM (PiXy!)
Posted by: normal at Monday, July 18 2022 12:11 PM (obo9H)
If it can't drive a Herc, it was made by a jerk.
Posted by: normal at Monday, July 18 2022 12:18 PM (obo9H)
Posted by: Pixy Misa at Monday, July 18 2022 07:00 PM (PiXy!)
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