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techPowerUp! 04/07/2020 10:26
Steam has just released its hardware survey for March 2020, and it paints an interesting picture on the overall Steam user market. First of all, a disclaimer: Steam's survey's don't refer to the entirety of the systems that are running its digital distribution platform; it hails from only a part of the connected machine,s which are randomly selected - ideally, in such as way so as for its hardware data to be representative of the overall Steam ecosystem. The March 2020 hardware survey shows Intel CPUs gaining traction over AMD's, albeit in a very limited fashion (a 0.24% increase in total number of machines running with GenuineIntel CPUs). Cross referencing this increase with the average clockspeeds of Intel CPUs, though, paints an interest.
techPowerUp! 04/07/2020 02:19
AMD and NVIDIA are the latest computing giants to join the HPC COVID-19 Consortium, they join the likes of Google, Amazon, Microsoft along with the US Federal Government and Academic Institutions in support of COVID-19 research. This announcement brings the combined power of the cluster to 402 petaflops which trails behind the community driven Folding@Home project which holds the record at 1,500 petaflops but is still more powerful than any one supercomputer. Researchers can apply to the HPC COVID-19 Consortium for compute resources in the fight against COVID-19.


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