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NVIDIA reveals new techniques to make VR and AR more comfortable July 28, 2017 - 19:40
AMD Vega 10, 11, 12 and 20 cards show up in EEC database July 28, 2017 - 18:38
Photos leak of AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 and Limited Edition July 28, 2017 - 18:24
Toshiba TR200 budget SSD and new WD SSDs use 64-layer TLC NAND July 28, 2017 - 17:25
Specifications of full Intel Core X lineup leak July 28, 2017 - 17:16
Ethereum miners are chartering 747s to secure GPU supply July 28, 2017 - 16:19
Intel says renewed competition from AMD will keep it sharp July 28, 2017 - 16:06
Intel to ship small volume of 10nm CPUs by end of the year July 28, 2017 - 15:58
Intel pulls in record Q2 revenue of $14.8 billion and is more optimistic July 27, 2017 - 22:35
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AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 and 56 and some pricing info leaks July 27, 2017 - 17:17
AMD Ryzen 5 2500U with Vega IGP spotted July 27, 2017 - 17:03
AMD Ryzen Threadripper gets delidded (video) July 27, 2017 - 16:47
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Posted on Friday, July 28 2017 @ 19:40:24 CEST by
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Over at SIGGRAPH this weekend, NVIDIA will be presenting a couple of new technologies to make augmented and virtual reality more comfortable.

First up, NVIDIA researchers will be talking about some "varifocal displays" techniques that give users the ability to focus more naturally. This includes Varifocal Virtuality and Membrane VR.
We’re demonstrating a pair of techniques that address vergence-accommodation conflict. That’s caused when our eyes, accustomed to focusing on objects in 3D space, are presented with stereo images with parallax depth cues, but which are presented on a flat screen at a constant optical distance. Both aim to solve this in different ways by varying the focus of virtual images in front of a user, depending on where they’re looking.

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The first, Varifocal Virtuality, is a new optical layout for near-eye display. It uses a new transparent holographic back-projection screen to display virtual images that blend seamlessly with the real world. This use of holograms could lead to VR and AR displays that are radically thinner and lighter than today’s headsets.

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The second demonstration, Membrane VR, a collaboration between University of North Carolina, NVIDIA, Saarland University, and the Max-Planck Institutes, uses a deformable membrane mirror for each eye that, in a commercial system, could be adjusted based on where a gaze tracker detects a user is looking.
NVIDIA will also talk about two new haptic feedback techniques that will let you feel in your hand what you see on your display:
One is a prototype VR controller that lets VR users experience tactile feedback while they play, relaying a sense of texture and changing geometry. Its soft skin can safely provide force feedback, as well as simulate different textures and materials.

The second is a controller that changes its shape and feel as you use it. So, a foam sword — the kind you might wave around at a sporting event — feels soft and squishy, yet can transform, in a moment, into a katana that feels longer and firmer in your grip.
Full details at the NVIDIA blog.
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Posted on Friday, July 28 2017 @ 18:38:11 CEST by
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Names of a lot of AMD Vega based cards were found in the database of the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC), a regulatory body of Russia and some of its neighbors.

The listing confirms a lot of the codenames that circulated around the web the last couple of weeks and months. First up, there's confirmation that the Vega 10 lineup consists of XTX, XT and XL cards. The XTX model is the fastest, this one will ship in watercooled and air cooled variants. The XT version has a lower TDP and then there's also the XL, a card for AIBs and OEMs.

Vega 11 is believed to be a smaller Vega die for the mainstream segment, there will be XT and PRO variants. There's also a Vega 12 entry but the model listed is a FirePro card.

Next up we have the AMD Vega 20, a card with 32GB HBM2. The entries reveal Vega 20 models for the Radeon Pro and Instinct series. The Vega 20 reportedly has four HBM2 stacks, either it's a new die or a dual-GPU card. The latter may be more likely than the former.

AMD VEGA SERIES
Vega Listing GPU Variant Comments
VEGA11 XT AIB MBA VEGA 11 XT Vega 11 XT for AIBs
VEGA11 PRO AIB MBA VEGA 11 PRO Vega 11 PRO for AIBs
VEGA10 XT MBA DTOEM VEGA 10 XT Vega 10 XT for OEMs
VEGA10 XL MBA DTOEM VEGA 10 XL Vega 10 XL for OEMs
VEGA10 XT MBA AIB VEGA 10 XT Vega 10 XT for AIBs
VEGA10 XL MBA AIB VEGA 10 XL Vega 10 XL for AIBs
VEGA10 XTX LIQUID MBA AIB VEGA 10 XTX Vega 10 XTX for AIBs (LIQUID EDITION)
VEGA10 XT MBA AIB Reggs FCST VEGA 10 XT Vega 10 XT for AIBs
VEGA10 XTX LIQUID MBA AIB Reggs VEGA 10 XTX Vega 10 XTX for AIBs (LIQUID EDITION)
VEGA10 XTX AIR MBA AIB VEGA 10 XTX Vega 10 XTX for AIBs (AIR EDITION)
VEGA10 XTX AIR MBA AIB Reggs VEGA 10 XTX Vega 10 XTX for AIBs (AIR EDITION)
VEGA10 XT MBA DTOEM DELL NO EXTENDER VEGA 10 XT Vega 10 XT for OEMs
VEGA10 XT MBA DTOEM Dell med EXTENDER VEGA 10 XT Vega 10 XT for OEMs
AMD FirePro VEGA12XT WORKSTATION FCST VEGA 12 XT VEGA 12 XT FIREPRO
AMD FirePro VEGA11PRO WORKSTATION FCST VEGA 11 PRO VEGA 11 PRO FIREPRO
AMD FirePro VEGA11XT WORKSTATION FCST VEGA 11 XT VEGA 11 XT RADEON PRO
VEGA10 GLXT V320 MBA VEGA 10 GLXT Vega 10 GLXT RADEON PRO
VEGA10 GLXT MI25x2 MBA VEGA 10 GLXT Vega 10 GLXT Dual INSTINCT MI25
VEGA10 GLXL WX8100 MBA VEGA 10 GLXT Vega 10 GLXT RADEON PRO WX8100
VEGA10 GLXT WX9100 MBA VEGA 10 GLXT Vega 10 GLXT RADEON PRO WX9100
VEGA10 GLXT V340 MBA, VEGA 10 GLXT Vega 10 GLXT FIREPRO
VEGA10 GLXT MI25 MBA VEGA 10 GLXT Vega 10 GLXT INSTINCT MI25
VEGA10 GLXT SSG MBA VEGA 10 GLXT Vega 10 GLXT RADEON PRO VEGA SSG
VEGA20 GL HPC 32GB OEM FCST VEGA 20 GL Vega 20 32GB INSTINCT/RADEON PRO OEMs
VEGA20 GL HPC 32GB CHANNEL FCST VEGA 20 GL Vega 20 32GB INSTINCT/RADEON PRO AIBs
VEGA20 GL HPC 16GB CHANNEL FCST VEGA 20 GL Vega 20 16GB INSTINCT/RADEON PRO AIBs
VEGA20 GL HPC 16GB OEM FCST VEGA 20 GL Vega 20 16GB INSTINCT/RADEON PRO OEMs
VEGA10 GLXT MI25 MBA GIBRALTAR ES VEGA 10 GLXT Vega 10 GLXT INSTINCT MI25
VEGA10 GL XT SSG CHANNEL FCST VEGA 10 GLXT Vega 10 GLXT RADEON PRO VEGA SSG
VEGA10 GLXL WX8100 MBA FTS FCST VEGA 10 GLXT Vega 10 GLXT RADEON PRO WX8100
VEGA10 GLXT MI25 MBA GIBRALTAR QS VEGA 10 GLXT  Vega 10 GLXT INSTINCT MI25 Qual. Sample
VEGA10 GLXT MI25 MBA GIBRALTAR VEGA 10 GLXT  Vega 10 GLXT INSTINCT MI25
VEGA10 GLXT SSG MBA Reggs FCST VEGA 10 GLXT  Vega 10 GLXT RADEON PRO VEGA SSG
VEGA10 GLXT WX9100 MBA Reggs FCST VEGA 10 GLXT  Vega 10 GLXT RADEON PRO WX9100
VEGA10 GLXT MI25 MBA LENOVO FCST VEGA 10 GLXT  Vega 10 GLXT INSTINCT MI25 LENOVO
VEGA10 GLXT SSG MBA Reggs LTD ED FCST VEGA 10 GLXT  Vega 10 GLXT RADEON PRO VEGA SSG LIMITED EDITION
VEGA10 GLXT WX9100 MBA Reggs LTD ED FCST VEGA 10 GLXT  Vega 10 GLXT RADEON PRO WX9100 LIMITED EDITION


Via: VideoCardz
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Posted on Friday, July 28 2017 @ 18:24:22 CEST by
Another scoop for VideoCardz, this time the site managed to get its hands on the first official renders of AMD's Radeon RX Vega 64 series.

First up is the reference design of the AMD Radeon RX Vega 64. This is a pretty basic card with the same sort of design as the RX 580 reference cards. It has a dual-slot design with a blower cooler and is equipped with two 8-pin PCIe power connectors. Display outputs include three DisplayPorts and one HDMI port.

AMD Radeon RX Vega 64

One step up in the hierarchy is the AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 Limited Edition. This card reportedly has the same clockspeeds as the regular Radeon RX Vega 64 but comes with a nicer design. It looks like a grey/silverish version of the Vega Frontier Edition.

AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 Limited Edition

The most expensive model will be the AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 Liquid Edition but there are no pictures yet.
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Posted on Friday, July 28 2017 @ 17:25:29 CEST by
Toshiba introduces the TR200, the successor to the OCZ Trion 100 and Trion 150 series. The novelty of this budget 2.5" SSD is that it adopts Toshiba's new 64-layer TLC BiCS Flash memory. Shipments start this Fall and the disk will be available in 240GB, 480GB and 960GB capacities.

According to the specifications sheet, the Toshiba TR200 offers read speeds of up to 550MB/s, write speeds of up to 525MB/s and random read/write performance of up to 80,000 and 87,000 IOPS, respectively. Toshiba did not reveal details about the suggested retail pricing.

TR200
Toshiba America Electronic Components, Inc. (TAEC), a committed technology leader, today unveiled the TR200 SATA solid state drive (SSD) series for the retail market. Leveraging Toshiba’s advanced 3-bit-per-cell TLC (triple-level cell) BiCS FLASH™, the TR200 series offers PC gamers and DIY enthusiasts Toshiba’s first upgrade SSD with 64-layer 3D flash memory.

Toshiba TR200 SSDs are an easy and affordable way to enhance notebook or desktop experiences by increasing system responsiveness and productivity over traditional hard disk drives (HDDs). With a 6Gbit/s SATA interface, the TR200 series is rated for sequential read/write speeds(1) of up to 550 MB/s and 525 MB/s(2) and random read/write performances(3) of up to 80,000 and 87,000 input/output operations per second (IOPS)(4). In addition to excellent SATA performance, TR200 SSDs provide low power consumption that translates into a longer battery life for on-the-go users.

“We are excited to provide consumers with the new TR200 series, our first retail branded SATA 6Gbit/s drives to leverage state-of-the-art Toshiba 64-layer TLC BiCS FLASH™,” said Alex Mei, vice president consumer SSDs and storage outbound marketing, at Toshiba America Electronics Corporation, Inc. “Seeking to provide enhanced real world performance and value to customers, the TR200 SSDs were engineered from the ground up utilizing the latest 3D flash memory technology to be a cost-effective and power-optimized storage solution for desktop and mobile upgraders, gamers, and system builders.”

The TR200 series will be showcased at the China Digital Entertainment Expo & Conference (ChinaJoy) in Shanghai, China from July 27-30 and GamesCom in Cologne, Germany from August 22-26. TR200 drives will be offered in a 2.5-inch form factor and are available in 240GB, 480GB, and 960GB capacities(5) and will be available at retailers and etailers this Fall.
On a related note, Toshiba Memory joint-venture partner Western Digital is also rolling out disks with the same 64-layer TLC NAND. Tom's Hardware found some details and reports WD is selling these disks under its own WD Blue SSD line as well as under its SanDisk Ultra lineup. At the moment, a 250GB SanDisk Ultra 3D costs $99.99 while a 2TB model costs $549.99.

64layer TLC 3D NAND from WD
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Posted on Friday, July 28 2017 @ 17:16:28 CEST by
VideoCardz got its hands on a slide that reveals the specifications of Intel's Core X-series processor lineup. Intel revealed most of these details in May but there were still a couple of blanks.

The slide below reveals the specifications of the Core i9 7920X, 7940X, 7960X and 7980XE processors. These are the higher-core models with core counts ranging from 12 to 18. VideoCardz is not entirely sure about the accuracy of the slide, but notes the same values are circulating on Chinese tech sites.

Intel Core X series full specifications
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Posted on Friday, July 28 2017 @ 16:19:41 CEST by
As most gamers know by now, AMD Radeon video cards and a lot of NVIDIA GeForce cards are hard if not impossible to get at normal prices due to the cryptocurrency boom. Miners are buying up everything they can get and it appears this even includes chartering Boeing 747s.

Quartz wrote yesterday that miners are renting entire airplanes because the traditional shipping by sea simply takes too long and entails a large loss of opportunity:
“Time is critical, very critical,” in mining, Marco Streng, chief executive of Genesis Mining, a major ethereum miner, told Quartz. “For example, we are renting entire airplanes, Boeing 747s, to ship on time. Anything else, like shipping by sea, loses so much opportunity.”

“When building our data centers, we have the highest priority on time,” Streng said. “Time counts so much. We are using the fastest delivery possible. You risk the opportunity to mine for the days you are delayed. If you are deploying 10 days later, you are losing 10 days of mining—that is the cost.”
About 36,000 units of new ether can be mined every day, which is worth nearly $7 million at current prices.
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Posted on Friday, July 28 2017 @ 16:06:12 CEST by
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During yesterday's earnings call, Bank of America Merrill Lynch analyst Vivek Arya asked Intel CEO Brian Krzanich about the impact of AMD's new product lineup. Krzanich replied AMD "raised up a bit" with their more recent products but suggested this will only make Intel stronger and better in the end:
Vivek Arya - Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Thank you for taking my question. Brian, for my first one, my question is on the competitive landscape in the data center. There's been a lot of discussion about AMD perhaps posing more competition than it has in the last several years. And I appreciate it's early days and you have a very strong product out, but are you hearing about them more in your customer conversations? Is that a more real threat than it has been in the past? Because they did have an event, they did show up with 10-plus potential customers. And in some of the benchmark data, they are showing some performance that is perhaps better at a lower price. So how real is that competition and how are you reacting to it?

Brian M. Krzanich - Intel Corp.
Sure, Vivek. I think in general, we see competition across almost every one of our platforms, whether it be in the data center or in the client business, and it's come from a variety of sources.

You're right, AMD has raised up a bit with their more recent products, but you see us responding. This is a traditional performance battle that we're very accustomed to, and we're comfortable in reacting and competing very aggressively in. And so you see us coming out with our Xeon Scalable. You'll see us make maneuvers like we accelerate our Core i9 products, which are all the way up to 18 thread systems on the client based products. So I'd tell you that yes, we're seeing increased competitive pressure from a variety of places. But that actually will just drive us even harder, make us better in the end. And we're comfortable that we can make the right products to deliver the right performance against those.

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Posted on Friday, July 28 2017 @ 15:58:32 CEST by
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During yesterday's earnings call, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich revealed that his company will start shipping 10nm processors near the end of 2017. This will be limited to a lower-volume SKU, the real mass shipments of Intel's 10nm processors will follow in the first half of 2018:
We launched the powerful new Intel Core X-series processor family including a new Core i9 Extreme Edition processor, extending our performance leadership. And we'll be shipping our first 10-nanometer products near the end of the year beginning with a lower volume SKU and followed by multiple SKUs and a volume ramp in the first half of 2018.
Intel is currently sampling 10nm engineering samples to customers. Yields are described as "pretty much right in line with the forecasted ramp rates."
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Posted on Thursday, July 27 2017 @ 22:35:32 CEST by
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Intel had another good quarter as the company registered record second-quarter revenue of $14.8 billion, up 14 percent year-over-year thanks to strong growth in its client computing and data-centric segments. Net income came in at $2.8 billion on a GAAP basis and $3.5 billion on a non-GAAP basis. The latter figure is what Wall Street looks like, it's basically a massaged number that filters out all the one-time items and other special circumstances.

Revenue was about $350 million higher than Wall Street estimates and the non-GAAP earnings per share came in at 72 cents, about 4 cents better than analyst consensus.

Client Computing Group revenue was up 12 percent year-over-year and Data Center Group revenue rose 9 percent year-over-year. The Internet of Things Group posted 26 percent year-over-year growth and sales of Intel's Non-Volatile Memory Solutions Group skyrocketed 58 percent. The only lagging division was the Programmable Solutions Group, which saw sales decline 5 percent versus the year ago period.

The good results of the Client Computing unit were driven by notebook solutions. Sales of laptop chips soared 14 percent, while average selling prices rose 6 percent. Desktop platform revenue on the other hand declined 1 percent, while average selling prices also decreased 1 percent. Overall, it doesn't look like AMD's Ryzen is cutting into Intel's sales in a significant way, or at least not yet.

Intel is also more optimistic about its future business prospects. The chip giant raised its full-year revenue outlook by $1.3 billion to $61.3 billion. The projected 2017 non-GAAP EPS is now $3.0, an increase of 15 cents versus the previous guidance.
Intel Corporation today reported second-quarter revenue of $14.8 billion, up 9 percent year-over-year. After adjusting for the Intel Security Group (ISecG) transaction, second-quarter revenue grew 14 percent from a year ago. Operating income was $3.8 billion, up 190 percent year-over-year, and non-GAAP operating income was $4.2 billion, up 30 percent. EPS was $0.58, up 115 percent year-over-year, and non-GAAP EPS was $0.72, up 22 percent.

The company also generated approximately $4.7 billion in cash from operations, paid dividends of $1.3 billion, and used $1.3 billion to repurchase 36 million shares of stock. Intel is raising its full-year revenue outlook by $1.3 billion to $61.3 billion and raising its EPS outlook to $2.66 (GAAP) and $3.00 (non-GAAP), which is a 15 cent increase over the previous guidance.

“Q2 was an outstanding quarter with revenue and profits growing double digits over last year,” said Brian Krzanich, Intel CEO. “We also launched new Intel Core, Xeon and memory products that reset the bar for performance leadership, and we’re gaining customer momentum in areas like AI and autonomous driving. With industry-leading products and strong first-half results, we’re on a clear path to another record year."

“We feel great about where we are relative to our three year plan and heading into the second half. Intel’s transformation continues in the third quarter when we expect to complete our planned acquisition of Mobileye,” said Bob Swan, Intel CFO. “Based on our strong first-half results and higher expectations for the PC business, we’re raising our full-year revenue and EPS forecast.”
INTC business segmentation of results

Intel shares are up 2.83 percent to $35.96 in after-hours trading.
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Posted on Thursday, July 27 2017 @ 19:50:18 CEST by
ROCCAT reveals the Khan Pro, world's first stereo gaming headset with Hi-Res certification. The company's marketing division claims Khan Pro offers superior acoustics that will allow you to "to hear and localize any opponent long before they come in sight – giving the gamer a competitive edge, even in the most complex situations." ROCCAT's Khan Pro will ship in October for $99.99. It will be offered in black, anthracite and light grey versions.

ROCCAT Khan Pro
ROCCAT unveils their newest stereo gaming headset, the Khan Pro, during ChinaJoy Expo 2017 in Shanghai.

The Khan Pro delivers unheard of sound clarity, the first gaming headset in the world granted the “Hi-Res-Audio” certificate, given only to the very best audio products on the market. Thanks to the new ROCCAT Khan Pro, the player can hear and locate any opponent long before they ever come in sight. With a broad frequency range between 20Hz and 40kHz, the Khan Pro boasts deep bass, rich mids and clear highs, enabling gamers to pinpoint sound and location with ease in the heat of play. The Khan Pro makes every gamer a winner.

ROCCAT’s Khan Pro also features a “Real-Voice-Mic”, offering the most natural voice transmission deliverable in a gaming headset. The microphone of the Khan Pro can pick up lower frequencies than other competitors in its class, ranging from just 100Hz to 10kHz. This expanded spectrum makes the human voice sound as natural as possible on a gaming headset, optimizing team communication like never before, ensuring commands and callouts are crystal clear.

The low weight of the Khan Pro in combination with its memory foam earpads make it the perfect partner for long play sessions. It doesn’t matter if you’re racing for a World First Kill in World of Warcraft or the Global Elite in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive – it will never get uncomfortable no matter the duration of play. The Khan Pro is the choice for ambitious esport gamers and all those who aspire to become a better player in general. Play like a pro – with the ROCCAT Khan Pro.

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