HW News Review Week 11

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RTX 4070 is likely to be very expensive

At the moment, the latest GPU model from Nvidia is the RTX 4070 Ti, released in January. We’re quietly looking at the next graphics, which should be an RTX 4070 (no Ti). According to Videocardz magazine, it should arrive on April 13th. Interestingly, the review embargo seems to be divided. At the same time, an assessment of models available at the official price can be published as early as April 12, a review of more expensive versions – only on the day of release. However, it is the price in connection with this card that has fallen the most in recent days.

In a new video, YouTuber Moore’s Law is Dead claims that according to his sources, the MSRP could be set at $749, just $50 less than the price of the RTX 4070 Ti. More expensive models can cost up to $799. So far, all cards in the RTX 40 series have been priced very high, but this is likely to be Nvidia’s biggest mistake. According to the leaks, it should have 5888 CUDA cores like the RTX 3070, so performance won’t be much better than its predecessor. It is generally expected to fit between the RTX 3080 and 3080 Ti. So let’s see how it all turns out in the end.

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Arrow Lake in the first half of next year, Raptor Lake will upgrade this year

Page Benchlife there is new information about upcoming Intel processors. Meteor Lake for desktop is being canceled and replaced by Arrow Lake, which should be built on Intel’s 20A process, according to several previous sources. The new generation will run on Lion Cove P-cores and Skymont E-cores, the graphics chip should be based on Arc Alchemist. Along with Arrow Lake, a new socket will arrive in the form of LGA 1851 (Z890, B860 and H810 chipsets). However, by far the most interesting is the information that the 14th generation Intel Core processors may appear as early as the first half of next year. So far, there has been more talk about Lake Arrow due to the end of 2024.

Source: Benchlife

This year should not go completely without new CPUs, there are still reports that Intel is preparing to update the current generation of Raptor Lake. However, this should only be a slight increase in clock speed or the addition of a few extra E-cores.

Source :Indian TV

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