Intel has recently faced some criticism for their benchmarks on the new 9900K processor. This i9 processor, targets high-end gaming and productivity desktops and is competing with Ryzen, now that Intel finally increased the core count to 8.
Samsung has been making excellent SSDs for a while now. In terms of new tech built into the drives, Samsung and Intel have had the most interesting tech. Intel with their optane technology and samsung with their 3D V-NAND chips. Buy Samsung seems to be ahead this time with a technology that can benefit everyone, from everyday consumers to datacenters.
AMD has released some interesting CPUs and continues with the second generation of the Ryzen processors. Although it was a bit underwhelming seeing that the performance didn't change much. We are still expecting a second design of the Zen architecture but this will probably come later in 2019.
In a recent patent, Intel describes a mechanism which allows GPU and CPU systems to access resources and process functions from a single program depending on the requirements.
No, its not another Westworld theory. A chip named Loihi, designed in Intel’s labs was recently presented in a study outlining its features and the potential of its architecture. It doesn't work exactly like an artificial neural network (ANN) but more like a spiking neural network (SNN). SNN is defined by the researchers as: “a… Continue reading Loihi, a neuromorphic chip made to think like you.