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Nvidia, Intel, AMD’s Launches in Computex 2024 | TheMVP Tech News

Computex 2024 happened a month back and big companies like AMD, Intel, NVIDIA, Qualcomm, etc. showed off their amazing tech innovations. here we are discussing the top 5 things that happened in Computex 2024 so keep reading.

#1 – Nvidia on Blackwell Architecture.

Nvidia, the new trillion dollar king, has once again delivered as expected/.

They announced the Blackwell B200 GPU, on the latest Blackwell Architecture which is promising 30% better performance than previous Hopper series. It’s support for Simulation & Science based applications – will give 30X better performance compared to CPUs. They also continued the Quadro (or professional) series – they announced the all new “Rubin” Professional line of GPUs.

Rubin is rumored to have higher bandwidth and support for NVLink Switch 6 with more information to be announced NOT anytime soon which could be a great topic for our next blog but hey! Let’s see what they’re competitor is up to.

#2 – AMD’s Ryzen 9000 series.

Starting from the 9000 series CPUs – these will be based on the same AM5 socket (as the 7000 series) but with a boost clock of up to 5.7GHz and cores ranging from 6 to the flagship 16 with 80MB of cache. Lisa Su claims that these processes are built to consume 40% less power but will produce 16% higher throughput.

Another big announcement by AMD was about their upcoming data center CPUs (hello to the new 5th Gen EPYC processor!). These processors are expected to become mainstream beating Intel Xeon by being 1.5 times faster, featuring 192 cores and 384 threads, and built on 3nm and 6nm technology.

But Intel wasn’t too far from catching up with AMD. More about this later but let’s discuss that in a bit and focus on what Intel has to offer.

#3 – Intel Lunar Lake processors.

A major part of Intel’s Computex 2024 was spent on showcasing their Lunar Lake processors. These processors consume 40% less power with 16 to 32 GB of RAM based on the TSMC 3nm processor. This is because of its release with an efficiency core delivering 14% more performance than Meteor Lake chips and 50% higher graphics performance.

And while the focus of Intel Computex was more on the new architecture processors, we also get a hint of how focused Intel is on their laptop chips – hopefully soon we will be introduced to some OEMs powered by Intel GPUs. While Intel is still aiming to be available on multiple platforms, Qualcomm has actually achieved this!”

#4 – Update on the Qualcomm’s AI PCs

A very big step that Qualcomm took in this Computex was to expand beyond the Android OS including Windows systems as well. And it all started with a partnership with seven different OEMs. These AI PCs will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X Elite chips, designed for higher performance and lower power consumption.

Insider news! – It looks like Qualcomm is putting pressure on Intel’s efficiency of their previous generation Lunar Lake. We hope to see some good fights over the internet.

But we have a fight already in Handheld consoles as well – let’s dive in.

#5 – About the 2nd generation of Handheld consoles.

When it comes to handheld gaming consoles, AMD continues to take the lead for portable gaming. But this year we have a new competitor.

  1. ASUS ROG Ally –

This device features a 7-inch IPS HD display, AMD Ryzen Z1 CPU, Radeon Graphics, 24GB RAM, and a 1TB SSD with pricing at around 60,000 rupees, it is designed to offer high-end gaming performance on the go.

  1. Zotac Zone –

Zotac’s handheld has a 7-inch AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate, AMD Ryzen 7 8840U processor, Radeon 780M GPU, 16GB RAM, and 512GB NVMe SSD storage. It is scheduled to be released in September 2024 and promises vibrant visuals and outstanding performance priced around $800. It also has some unique features like adjustable triggers and flexibility for easy control.

  1. MSI Claw 8 AI+ –

MSI’s latest handheld console is powered by NOT an AMD processor – but it’s with Intel’s Lunar Lake CPUs. It has an 8-inch IPS HD display with a 120Hz refresh rate, a powerful cooling system, and an 80Wh battery to play for a long time. This device includes joysticks and triggers for precise control along with dual Thunderbolt 4 ports for enhanced connectivity. The Claw 8 AI+ is expected to hit the market in 2025 probably making the AMD’s handheld a little cheaper (like AMD always does!)

So to conclude, the Tapei Computex 2024 event, made us all excited about the newer tech. Be it news about the AMD Ryzen 9000 series, a glance at ARM-based windows PCs, and other tech advancements.

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