768 stream processors and a frequency of 1.3 GHz. Disclosed are the characteristics of the Intel Xe GPU, which is part of the Core i7-1165G7 processor

An insider hiding on Twitter under the nickname rogame managed to notice the i7-1165G7 processor test in the Geekbench 4 database, revealing the characteristics of its graphics subsystem. As it turned out, GPG received 96 execution units and 768 stream processors, and its frequency was 1.3 GHz. In principle, various leaks were attributed to the built-in Intel Xe GPU, namely, the same parameters are integrated in the Core i7-1165G7, so now, in fact, they have only been confirmed in their entirety.

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Samsung can master 3-nanometer process technology faster than TSMC

According to the well-known Taiwanese publication DigiTimes, Samsung can overtake TSMC in the “nanometer” race: after mastering the norms of the 5-nanometer process technology, Samsung will immediately switch to the 3-nanometer race, bypassing the 4-nm step. This will give her an advantage in the long run, but in the near future may result in an outflow of customers.

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LG Chem will produce batteries for Tesla in South Korea

South Korean company LG Chem plans to start producing batteries for Tesla electric vehicles at a plant in South Korea this year. The plans are related to the fact that the American manufacturer of electric vehicles increased orders to cope with the growing demand. This was reported to Reuters by an informant familiar with the issue.

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