I'm so eager for this release, for the Windows Subsystem for Linux bug fixes.
And I can't understand why you have to upgrade entire Windows or kick in Insider, just to upgrade WSL or Edge. This is stupid.
There are SEVERE INDISCREPENCIES in figure 2, in which it claims 2400G & 2200G to have 10MB cache. But in reality, those chips only have 6MB of cache.
If these were real AMD slides, then they should be charged as commercial FRAUD. I doubt the credibility of this leak, or someone in AMD is real nut.
No, Intel only guarantees a sustainable all-core 2.2GHz. And the highest possible sustainable all-core should be around like 3.8-3.9GHz. Your milage may vary anywhere between those values, depending on your system's cooling capability.
Oh, grabbing cash from mining industry, sounds good to me, except that is completely non-sense.
This is as ridiculous as to say somebody exploits Wall Street fund managers. They calculate expenditure/income to extreme, and you want to cash-grab them?
Yes, silicon-based quantum computing, they finally mentioned it to the general public. Intel has been researching on this for quite some years.
EDIT: well they finally made it out, 2-qubits real functioning system
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