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Old 29th September 2020, 19:19   #1921  |  Link
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The next month coming in a few days, will be described in history tech books as Red October
Hope so!
Btw I'm curious whether they will have 45W 6C 12T CPU (for HTPC without fans).
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Old 29th September 2020, 20:23   #1922  |  Link
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Do HTPCs really need 6 cores? Or are you thinking of resale value?
I'd be happy with a much lower TDP 4C/8T, I'm still not limited by my 12-year old actual 25-30W overclocked 2C/2T except for hypothetical 4K copyback which I don't need yet.
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Old 29th September 2020, 22:35   #1923  |  Link
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maybe there will be a mainboard with a 4800U/4700U that should be your CPU have your eyes on ali express you can find these things there from time to time.

current zen 2 desktops have the relative inefficient io die.
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AMD is going to be the champion in both CPUs and GPUs at the same time for gaming workloads, probably for the first time in history.

It will be an epic, monumental milestone for tech.

The next month coming in a few days, will be described in history tech books as Red October

Historic moments.


I quote it for the future (I know you don't say it seriously).
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I quote it for the future (I know you don't say it seriously).
Aunt Lisa is coming for you Jensen !


Zen3 5000 series should be released in October.

4600G, 4600GE Renoir zen2 apu might become more widely available:
https://www.amd.com/en/products/apu/amd-ryzen-5-4600g

For low power use, power limits would be an option also, and ClockTuner for Ryzen (CTR) has just been released.
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Another day, another incompetent (shills) tech journalist(s) come up.

They blame in their article the drivers/gaming engines of not using the full FP32 (TFLOPS) potential of Ampere architecture, like VRAY, just as gaming engines have to be CUDA rendering apps.

Instead of "blaming" the Compute-oriented (not gaming) Ampere's architecture and its maximum TFLOPS number advertised by the-leather-jacket man, completely unrelated with gaming workloads which execute 36 INT commands after 100 FP commands on average.

Gaming workloads are not interested in maximum advertised TFLOPS, achieved under specific non gaming conditions.

https://wccftech.com/nvidia-rtx-30-f...g-performance/
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https://downloadcenter.intel.com/dow...10-DCH-Drivers

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Launch driver for 11th Gen Intel Core processors with Iris Xe graphics
1st unified driver supporting 11th Gen Intel Core with Iris Xe graphics and earlier generations
Klaus, can you please add this to the first post? It's time to add Intel driver versions.
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I added it, but I must admit, it is still hard for me to follow the intel update and naming sheme. I also don't understand the supported grafics, like older integrated grafics will require older or other drivers, isn't it.

Please let me know of future releases and I add it, same for issues of it
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There you go: https://www.intel.com/content/www/us.../graphics.html

iGPUs before Gen9 are out of performance/quality support now, they just release new drivers for older hardware when there's a security issue.
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Geeze Intel. Gen 9?? Really?
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That's what I'm understanding from the driver I'm using for my HD 4600 that covers Gen7 & Gen8, the latest "quality update" was in september 2015, all the ones released since then just mention "security updates" in the release notes. They're only adding features/correcting bugs in the newer 100.x driver that only supports Gen9+
(Edit: just to be sure to avoid any confusion, I mean Gen9 graphics (Skylake), not 9th gen Core CPUs.)
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I have been using the 100-series drivers with my 6th gen CPU from the beginning. There is a cut-off with all Intel drivers, but in the case of the 100-series, the cut-off is 6th gen, not 9th gen. What's always been confusing about Intel drivers is overlap between their major revisions. With my 6th gen, I could also use the 15-series driver, for example.

Just saw your edit. That clears things up.
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Yea that makes more sense.
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