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AMD Ryzen 7 5800U Cezanne APU gets benched in Geekbench November 26, 2020 - 15:55
NVIDIA revenue up 50 percent this year, AMD up 41 percent November 26, 2020 - 15:51
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 Ti beats RTX 2080 SUPER in 3DMark November 26, 2020 - 15:45
Intel to use TSMC 5N for CPU production in 2022? November 26, 2020 - 15:41
Dutch webshop expects Radeon RX 6800 supply issues until far into 2021 November 26, 2020 - 13:03
AMD 400-series motherboards to get Radeon Smart Access Memory (SAM) November 26, 2020 - 12:24
Thermaltake TOUGHFAN 14 delivers high static pressure November 26, 2020 - 12:06
Apple M1 users seeing software compatibility and Bluetooth issues November 26, 2020 - 11:59
Gigabyte debuts custom Radeon RX 6800 series cards November 26, 2020 - 10:06
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Posted on Thursday, November 26 2020 @ 15:55:26 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
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VideoCardz noticed AMD's Ryzen 5 5800U popped up in the Geekbench database. This Zen 3-based "Cezanne" processor is listed with a 1.9GHz base clock and a 4.4GHz Boost. Previous rumors pointed to a 2.0GHz base clock so it's unknown whether this is a wrong readout or if the specifications have changed. Single-threaded performance of this eight-core chip seems quite a bit higher than the Ryzen 7 5700U:
The Ryzen 7 5800U appears to be 20% faster than Ryzen 7 5700U in a single-threaded benchmark, while only offering 2.6% improvement in the multi-threaded benchmark.


Posted on Thursday, November 26 2020 @ 15:51:17 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
IC Insights published the November 2020 edition of its semiconductor sales leaders report. The fifteen largest semiconductor firms are expected to post an average revenue growth of 13 percent this year, with NVIDIA being the biggest grower. NVIDIA's revenue is expected to skyrocket 50 percent this year, making the firm the 8th largest semiconductor firm in terms of revenue. AMD is the second biggest grower with a 41 percent revenue increase, which puts the company in the final place of the top 15 list.

Intel remains number one with revenue almost three times higher than AMD and NVIDIA combined.
IC Insights’ November Update to the 2020 McClean Report, released later this month, includes a discussion of the forecasted top-25 semiconductor suppliers in 2020. This research bulletin covers the expected top-15 2020 semiconductor suppliers (Figure 1).

The November Update also includes a detailed five-year forecast through 2024 of the IC market by product type (including dollar volume, unit shipments, and average selling price) and a forecast of the major semiconductor industry capital spenders for 2020. A five-year outlook for total semiconductor industry capital spending is also provided.

The top-15 companies semiconductor sales are broken out into IC and O-S-D (optoelectronic, sensor, and discrete) device categories for 2019 and 2020. The forecasted 2020 top-15 semiconductor supplier ranking includes eight suppliers headquartered in the U.S., two each in South Korea, Taiwan, and Europe, and one in Japan.

The semiconductor industry has been one of the most resilient markets during this corona-virus plagued year. Although causing a deep global recession in 2020, the Covid-19 pandemic spurred an acceleration of the worldwide digital transformation resulting in remarkably robust semiconductor market growth. In total, the top-15 semiconductor companies’ sales are forecast to jump by 13% in 2020 compared to 2019, slightly more than twice the expected total worldwide semiconductor industry increase of 6%. In contrast, in 2019, the top-15 semiconductor suppliers registered a collective 15% decline in sales. All of the top-15 companies are forecast to have semiconductor sales of at least $9.5 billion in 2020.

There are expected to be two new entrants into the top-15 semiconductor sales ranking for this year—MediaTek and AMD, with these companies forecast to register strong sales increases of 35% and 41%, respectively. As shown, MediaTek is expected to jump up five spots to 11th place while AMD is forecast to move up three positions to 15th this year.

Apple is an anomaly in the top-15 ranking with regards to major semiconductor suppliers. The company designs and uses its processors and other custom ICs only in its own products—there are no sales of the company’s IC devices to other system makers. IC Insights believes that Apple’s custom ICs will have an equivalent “sales value” of $10,040 million in 2020, which would place them in the 13th position in the top-15 ranking.

In order to make the year-over-year growth rate comparison more reflective of actual growth, the semiconductor sales figures for Infineon include Cypress’ sales for 2019 and 2020. Although Infineon acquired Cypress on April 16, 2020, IC Insights added Cypress’ 2019 IC sales of $2,205 million to Infineon’s 2019 semiconductor sales of $8,933 for a total of $11,138 million. Moreover, $514 million was added to Infineon’s 1Q20 sales to account for Cypress’ 1Q20 revenue with another $87 million added to Infineon’s 2Q20 sales to reflect Cypress’ semiconductor sales in the first half of April before the acquisition was finalized on April 16, 2020. With these adjustments, Infineon’s 2020/2019 semiconductor sales are forecast to decline by 1%.

The top-15 ranking includes pure-play foundry TSMC, which is forecast to register a strong 31% 2020/2019 jump in revenue. Much of TSMC’s increase is due to a surge in sales of its 5nm and 7nm application processors to Apple and HiSilicon for their respective smartphones. If TSMC was excluded from the list, Sony, with $9,243 million in expected 2020 semiconductor sales, would be ranked 15th.

IC Insights includes foundries in the top-15 semiconductor supplier ranking since it has always viewed the ranking as a top supplier list, not a marketshare ranking, and realizes that in some cases the semiconductor sales are double counted. With many of our clients being vendors to the semiconductor industry (supplying equipment, chemicals, gases, etc.), excluding large IC manufacturers like the foundries would leave significant “holes” in the list of top semiconductor suppliers. As shown in the listing, the foundries and fabless companies are identified. In the April Update to The McClean Report, marketshare rankings of IC suppliers by product type were presented and foundries were excluded from these listings.

Overall, the top-15 list shown in Figure 1 is provided as a guideline to identify which companies are the leading semiconductor suppliers, whether they are IDMs, fabless companies, or foundries.
Biggest semiconductor firms Nov 2020

Posted on Thursday, November 26 2020 @ 15:45:02 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Next week we'll see the launch of NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 3060 Ti. This part will take the green team's Ampere GPU down to slightly more affordable territory. VideoCardz reports results are popping up in the 3DMark database. The card is indeed faster than the RTX 2080 SUPER and the performance difference with the RTX 3070 isn't huge in 3DMark:
The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 Ti is indeed faster than RTX 2080 SUPER, at least in 3DMark tests. The difference between the two cards is minimal, but the new card is definitely shaping into a cheaper alternative to the 699 USD model from last year.

What might be interesting is that RTX 3070 has 1024 CUDA cores more but the card is only 12% faster. Custom models should reduce this gap even further.
VideoCardz says retailers have been receiving RTX 3060 Ti stock for almost a month now, so there may be slightly more launch stock available of this model than the previous RTX 30 series launches.

Posted on Thursday, November 26 2020 @ 15:41:02 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
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Taiwanese media claims TSMC has won a big order from Intel. Word on the street is that Intel wants to outsource more of its processor production, while keeping its crown jewels manufactured in-house.

Intel will reportedly use TSMC's 5nm N5 process in 2022 for the production of some smaller Core processors. It's not the first time Intel is outsourcing some of its production.

TSMC has already made some lower-end stuff like Atom parts for Intel and the future Xe-HPG gaming GPU will even be manufactured entirely by TSMC.

Via: ComputerBase

Posted on Thursday, November 26 2020 @ 13:03:03 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
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The launch of both NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 30 series and AMD's Radeon RX 6800 series has been severely impacted by poor availability. Demand for these cards is so high that supply isn't able to keep up. And it doesn't look like things will improve anytime soon. NVIDIA said last week that it expects issues until early 2021 and now there are rumors about Radeon RX 6800 supply issues until 'well into 2021'.

Citing a statement from Azerty, a large Dutch e-tailer, Hardware.info supply of RX 6800 and RX 6800 XT cards is low and delivery dates are unknown.

The shop informs its customers that it's of no use to call or e-mail as they have no news about when cards will be available. Furthermore, the shop heard from market sources that delivery issues of AMD's Radeon RX 6800 series are expected to last for "many months", until far into 2021.

As such, Azerty advises customers to keep in mind that cards ordered today may take months to arrive.

Posted on Thursday, November 26 2020 @ 12:24:44 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
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It seems AMD has decided to expand Radeon Smart Access Memory (SAM) support to the 400-series motherboards. At the moment, the feature is exclusively available for 500-series motherboards but word is going around that BIOS updates for previous-gen motherboards are coming soon:
The feature was initially advertised as a 500 series motherboard exclusive feature but AMD has recently released the new AGESA v2 update which should enable support for SAM on B450 and X470 motherboards with a BIOS update.


Posted on Thursday, November 26 2020 @ 12:06:36 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Thermaltake says it started shipping its TOUGHFAN 14 in single-pack and dual-pack SKUs. This is a high static pressure fan for watercooling radiators. One fan will set you back 26.22EUR while the dual-fan pack costs 46.69EUR.

It's a basic black fan without RGB LEDs. It uses second-generation hydraulic bearing and spins at 500 to 2000RPM. This results in a maximum air flow of 119.1CFM, with a static pressure of 3.54 mm-H2O and a noise level of 33.2dBA. There's also a low noise connector, this drops the PWM range from 500 to 1300RPM, which results in max noise level of 25.2dBA.
Thermaltake, the leading PC DIY premium brand for Cooling, Gaming Gear, and Enthusiast Memory solutions, is here to share the TOUGHFAN 14 High Static Pressure Radiator Fan is now ready for purchase in both single pack and 2-fan pack. For those who had been eyeing the TOUGHFAN 12 but wanted a 140mm fan, here's your chance to get the taste of that TOUGHFAN series vibe. These high-quality, great performance fans are PWM controlled and designed to perform at a maximum operating speed of up to 2000 RPM and are optimized for high static pressure while maintaining minimal noise levels. The liquid crystal polymer (LCP) fan blades are extremely tensile in strength; its low thermal expansion coefficient can reduce the fan's vibration when running at full speed. Don't miss out on Thermaltake's latest TOUGHFAN series member, the TOUGHFAN 14 High Static Pressure Radiator Fan.

Features of the TOUGHFAN 14 High Static Pressure Radiator Fan:
PWM Controlled Fans
PWM-controlled fans allow the temperature sensor on the motherboard to send signals to the fans, allowing them to ramp up when needed or slow down when necessary.

High Air Pressure and High Air Flow
TOUGHFAN 14 is designed with a static pressure of 3.54 mm-H2O and with an airflow of 119.1 CFM.

Optimized Gen.2 Hydraulic bearing
TOUGHFAN is equipped with an optimized second-generation hydraulic bearing. The hydraulic bearing's unique structural design stores the lubricant in tiny grooves of those easily abraded areas, which not only decreases friction significantly but achieves a longer lifespan.

Anti-Vibration Mounting System
The In-mold injection anti-vibration rubber pads dampen the vibration of the fan allowing the fan to spin at higher levels without compromising noise levels. The fan is designed with 80% coverage for all corners, maintaining low noise levels when in operation.

Availability, Warranty, and Pricing
The TOUGHFAN 14 High Static Pressure Fan is available for purchase via the Thermaltake worldwide network of authorized retailers and distributors. Fans are backed by a two-year warranty and supported by the Thermaltake worldwide customer service and technical support network. For up-to-date pricing of The TOUGHFAN 14, please refer to the Thermaltake website or contact your local Thermaltake sales or PR representative.
TOUGHFAN 14 High Static Pressure

Posted on Thursday, November 26 2020 @ 11:59:39 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
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While initial reviews of Apple's M1-based Mac computers were very good, it seems more and more issues are popping up. First up, software compatibility seems more of an issue than first thought. An Apple enthusiasts even created a website called Is Apple silicon ready? to crowd-source data about how well software runs on the M1 SoC. The website reveals if software has an Apple silicon optimized version and whether users are encountering issues when using the Rosetta 2 emulation.

Now Apple Insider reports users are experiencing Bluetooth issues with M1-based devices. M1 users complain about sporadic disconnections and complete failures. It seems it's either a hardware issue with the M1-based computers or a bug in the macOS Big Sure operating system:
The issue appears to lie in Apple's hardware or macOS Big Sur, as users were able to successfully connect Logitech accessories using that company's Unifying Receiver Bluetooth dongle. One Redditor contacted Apple to replace his Mac mini, but the substitute suffered from the same problem.
Other than this, one big question that remains unanswered is whether the M1 will get proper support for Windows. Being able to dual-boot macOS and Windows via Apple's Boot Camp was a big selling point for the x86-based Macs but at the moment there's no sign it will get this easy for the M1-based devices. Unless Microsoft puts in effort to get the ARM-based version of Windows 10 on the new Mac, it seems virtualization will be the best bet. It's already possible to run Windows 10 on the M1 via the CrossOver 20 tool but this is not without issues.

Posted on Thursday, November 26 2020 @ 10:06:53 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Gigabyte announces a couple of custom-design Radeon RX 6800 and Radeon RX 6800 XT series video cards. These cards hit the market yesterday but volumes are pretty low so it's hard to get your hands on a new video card, doesn't matter whether its a reference card or a custom model.
GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY Co. Ltd, a leading manufacturer of premium gaming hardware, today announced the new AMD Radeon™ RX 6800 XT and Radeon™ RX 6800 graphics cards powered by AMD RDNA™2 gaming architecture. GIGABYTE launched five graphics cards - AORUS Radeon™ RX 6800 XT MASTER TYPE C 16G, AORUS Radeon™ RX 6800 XT MASTER 16G, Radeon™ RX 6800 XT GAMING OC 16G, AORUS Radeon™ RX 6800 MASTER 16G, and Radeon™ RX 6800 GAMING OC 16G. These graphics cards are designed to fulfil the demands of different customers. AORUS MASTER features MAX-Covered cooling, LCD edge view and RGB Fusion 2.0. It is recommended for enthusiasts who want the ultimate performance, customized display and colorful RGB lighting. GAMING OC features the WINDFORCE cooling system and RGB Fusion 2.0. It is the best choice for performance gamers.

The MAX-Covered cooling features 3 unique blade stack fans with a wind claw design and alternate spinning so the air pressure can completely cover the heatsink. The heat dissipation area of the heat-sink is larger than the previous generation. With the big copper plate and seven composite heat-pipes, the heat from the GPU and VRAM can be dissipated quickly. Coupled with GIGABYTE’s screen cooling technology, the extended fins allow air to pass through, forming an extremely efficient heat dissipation system to ensure stable operation. A powerful LCD monitor is embedded on the side of the graphics card, which can be set to enthusiastic mode, text mode, image mode or GIF mode. With GIGABYTE software, gamers can edit all kinds of content, or set the monitor to CHIBI Time to enjoy the changes of the little falcon every hour. RGB Fusion 2.0 allows gamers to not only set the lighting effects of the entire graphics card and LCD monitor, but also to synchronize the lighting with other AORUS devices. AORUS MASTER also features aerospace-grade PCB coating, Dual BIOS quiet operation mode and ULTRA DURABLE certified components. It is recommended for enthusiasts who want the ultimate performance and colorful RGB lighting.

The GIGABYTE WINDFORCE 3X cooling system features 3x unique blade fans, alternate spinning, composite copper heat pipes directly touching the GPU, 3D active fan and screen cooling, which together provide efficient heat dissipation. These cooling technologies keep the graphics card at a low temperature at all times, resulting in higher and more stable performance. The middle fan spins in reverse to optimize airflow for heat dissipation, enabling more efficient performance at a lower temperature. Screen cooling extends the heatsink to allow air flow to pass through, providing better heat dissipation. In addition, graphene nano lubricant can extend the fan life by 2.1 times, close to the life of the double ball bearing, and enables quieter operation. RGB fusion 2.0 allows users to adjust the color of the lights and various special effects, and synchronize with other AORUS devices. Due to its Ultra-Durable components, cooling technology and RGB lighting, GAMING OC is the best choice for performance gamers.

GIGABYTE graphics cards use the multi-phase power supply to allow the MOSFET to operate at a lower temperature and provide over-temperature protection and load balancing for each MOSFET. In addition, the Ultra Durable certified chokes and capacitors provide excellent performance and longer system life. The metal back plate not only strengthens the overall structure, but also prevents the PCB from bending or damaging. AORUS Radeon™ RX 6800 XT MASTER TYPE C 16G has one USB TYPE-C, one HDMI and two DP video outputs. The other models offer two HDMI and two DP video outputs. To provide a better user experience, AORUS series products provide customers with a 4-year warranty (requires online registration within 30 days of the purchase date) so that customers can enjoy gaming or create content without any worry.
AORUS RX6800 series

AORUS RX6800 series

Posted on Wednesday, November 25 2020 @ 20:52:10 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
UL Benchmarks announced two new features for its 3DMar benchmark suite. First up, there will be a feature that will let you compare the 3DMark score of your own system with results from other systems with the same components. Secondly, the company cooked up a new feature that will predict what sort of framerates you will get in popular games.

However, this performance estimator is exclusively available in the paid versions of 3DMark and it's quite limited. At least initially, only five games are supported and you can only choose 1080p Ultra or 1440p Ultra settings. Ray tracing is not supported either.
More than a score With the launch of new graphics cards from AMD and NVIDIA, 3DMark is more popular than ever. PC gamers submitted more than one million benchmark results with 3DMark last month.

But we also see many gamers turning to forums and social media to ask for help with understanding their benchmark scores. That’s why we’ve spent the last few months redesigning the 3DMark result screen. We want to help gamers answer questions like, “Is this a good 3DMark score for my PC?” and “How does my 3DMark score relate to game performance?”

Learn more about your PC’s performance
3DMark now shows you how your benchmark score compares with results from other systems with the same components. This makes it easy to see if your PC is performing correctly.

3DMark score comparison chart
3DMark shows how your score compares with other results from the same hardware.

This new chart shows the range of scores submitted by other 3DMark users with the same combination of CPU and GPU.

The peaks in the chart show the most common scores. The green line shows your score. The blue, dotted line shows the average score for your combination of components.

If your score is close to the average, it means your PC is working as it should. A score well below the average could indicate a hardware or configuration problem. The best score gives you an idea of the overclocking potential of your setup.

Discover the real-world game performance
3DMark helps you relate your 3DMark score to real-world game performance by estimating the frame rate you can expect in a selection of popular games. This is a major new feature in this update.

3DMark estimated game performance
3DMark estimates game performance from your benchmark score.

This new part of the result screen shows estimated game performance based on your 3DMark score. In this first release, you can choose from five popular games:

  • Apex Legends
  • Battlefield V
  • Fortnite
  • GTA V
  • Red Dead Redemption 2

    For each game, you can choose either 1080p Ultra or 1440p Ultra settings. Ultra means using the game’s highest visual quality settings. Ray tracing options, if available, are turned off.

    3DMark shows the average frame rate you can expect in the selected game. This frame rate is an estimate based on your 3DMark score and game testing performed by UL. Frame rates can vary within a game depending on the level or mode. Game updates, driver updates and system updates may also affect performance.

    Estimating game performance from 3DMark benchmark scores
    3DMark has always taken a game-like approach to benchmarking, but it’s been hard for gamers to make the connection between 3DMark scores and game frame rates.

    This new game performance feature is powered by extensive data from UL’s in-house testing. UL works with consumer electronics retailers to test and categorize PCs of all types. Every year, UL tests hundreds of PC systems for its retail partners. UL tests the performance of each system with a selection of benchmarks and popular games. Using this data, UL can model the relationship between 3DMark scores and game frame rates.

    The chart below shows the relationship between 3DMark Time Spy Graphics score and average frame rate in Fortnite. Each orange dot shows the performance of a different PC system tested by UL.

    There is a strong correlation between 3DMark Time Spy Graphics Score and average frame rate in Fortnite.

    You can see from the chart that a PC that scores 4,000 in the 3DMark Time Spy Graphics test can run Fortnite at 50 FPS on average at 1440p with the highest graphics quality settings. A 3DMark score of 6,000 translates to an average of 70 FPS in Fortnite. A score of 12,000 translates to 140 FPS.

    It’s these correlations that enable 3DMark to estimate game frame rates. You can read more about estimating game performance from 3DMark scores on the UL Benchmarks website.

    3DMark—The Gamer’s Benchmark
    3DMark is the benchmark that gives you more than a score. The new result screen introduces new features that help you compare your score with similar systems and see what your 3DMark score means in terms of real-world game performance.

    The new benchmark result screen is available now in all 3DMark editions. Game performance estimates are only available in 3DMark Advanced Edition and 3DMark Professional Edition.

    From now until December 1, 3DMark Advanced Edition is 85% off, only $4.49 (USD), from?Steam and the?UL Benchmarks?website.
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