Threadripper Pro 5995WX Thrashes 3995WX In Photogrammetry Benchmarks

The Threadripper Pro 5995WX has emerged in a new benchmark, laying any doubt of its existence to rest. The 64-core processor is the flagship SKU for AMD’s upcoming Zen 3-powered Threadripper 5000 army and the direct successor to the Threadripper Pro 3995WX.

Aside from the core count, the Threadripper Pro 5995WX’s other specifications remain a secret for now. Zen 3 brought a 19% IPC improvement to AMD’s Ryzen desktop processors. Therefore, Threadripper should enjoy a similar level of performance uplift. AMD isn’t expected to increase the number of cores on Threadripper (Pro), at least not for this generation. The configurations

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iPad Pro (2021) review: Apple’s hardware may have outpaced its software

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If there’s one thing that makes this iPad Pro so unusual, it’s Apple’s choice of chipset. Like I mentioned earlier, it uses the exact same M1 chip you’ll find in most of Apple’s new computers, with either 8GB or 16GB of RAM.

Quick side note: The reason I know our review unit has 16GB of RAM is that Apple just says so, and if you’ve been following the company for a while, you’ll probably know just how strange that is. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve asked Apple to confirm how much

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Apple WWDC 2021 to skip MacBook Pro or any other hardware launch: Report

Apple WWDC 2021 will begin in a few hours. The event will go on till 11 June but the company is expected to make all major announcements within the first few hours of the event. Despite the launch being a couple of hours from now, leaks haven’t stopped dropping in.

A new report from MacRumours, citing a credible source, has suggested that Apple will not make any hardware-related announcements tonight. The leakster “l0vetodream” in response to a tweet claimed that there won’t be any hardware launches. This information comes after multiple reports suggesting that Apple will be introducing new MacBook

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Reliable Leaker Suggests No MacBook Pro or Other Hardware Announcements at WWDC Today

In response to a tweet asking if there will be hardware announcements at WWDC 2021, cryptic but reliable leaker “l0vetodream” suggested there won’t be any. In a follow-up tweet, he seems to have ruled out new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models being unveiled at this time, suggesting that it is still too early for an announcement.

Leading up to WWDC, which kicks off today with Apple’s Keynote at 10 a.m. Pacific Time, there had been some rumors that at least one new MacBook Pro model with Apple silicon would be announced at the developer conference. However, supply chain reports

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AMD announces Radeon Pro W6800 and W6600 graphics cards next week – Computer

AMD sent out a call for “something big” on Tuesday, June 8. The teaser and the URL show that it is for two Radeon Pro video cards for workstations: Radeon Pro W6800 and W6600

at the invitation There is a video showing a video card with six Mini Displayport connections. This is a common configuration for Radeon Pro graphics cards. Furthermore, the design of the displayed card resembles pre-leaked images of a Radeon Pro card with Navi 21 GPU, VideoCardz notes.

The sent email also has a URL added to it utm_campaign = 2021-06-03-consumer-radeon-pro-w6800-w6600-pre-announced, which AMD has already

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2021 12.9-inch iPad Pro review: Pro hardware without Apple’s pro software

The 2021 iPad Pro is a major step forward for Apple’s high-end tablet. With its M1 processor, Thunderbolt 3 connectivity, upgraded cameras, and a shiny new display, the iPad Pro is closer than ever before to realizing its potential.

When we reviewed the 2020 iPad Pro last year, we said it “is more about future software than the hardware gains today.” Twelve months later, that is still more true than ever, but the software improvements have, thus far, not surfaced.

Apple made low-key updates to iPadOS such as widgets, Scribble, and a refined search experience. But none of these felt

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NotebookCheckNew PlayStation 5 model number more likely for a hardware revision rather than an upcoming PS5 Pro or PS5 Slim …It seems there are already some plans to give the PlayStation 5 a hardware makeover. (Image source: – edited). A new model …7 hours ago

NotebookCheckNew PlayStation 5 model number more likely for a hardware revision rather
than an upcoming PS5 Pro or PS5 Slim …It seems there are already some plans to give the PlayStation 5 a hardware
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Report Details Apple’s Next Processors for Laptops, Mac Pro

According to a report from Bloomberg, Apple is preparing its next generation of MacBook Pros with more powerful in-house chips and is eyeing a replacement for its most powerful tower, the Mac Pro.

The MacBook Pros will come in 14-inch and 16-inch sizes with MagSafe charging, more ports, and, as previously rumored, the return of HDMI and an SD card slot, the report claims. That’s a serious step up from two Thunderbolt ports on the existing Pros.

The laptops will have two different processors, code-named Jade C-Chop and Jade-C Die, each 10-core processors (eight high-performance and two efficiency) but with

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