Get your lulz in now, because they might turn into cries in 5-10 years. Obviously, they have to start somewhere.Lol 8 desktop 7nm cores that perform worse than most phones, in a 1000 pc. Nice.
RX550 is a 50W card.200w PSU with an RX550.
The CPU must be pretty efficient, i'd guess well under a 95w tdp.
https://www.tomshardware.com/news/japanese-arm-based-supercomputer-fugaku-is-now-world-most-powerfulWhat bothers me is Japan , where is Japan in all of this ?
I think I read the Europeans are focusing more on RISC V, but I haven't been following it. I know they have plans to develop an alternate HPC supply chain that avoids dependence on the US.as well as Germany ,
Huh? What kind of restrictions are you even talking about and where did you get such ideas?it seems defeated countries of WW2 are still under heavy restrictions.
Lol 8 desktop 7nm cores that perform worse than most phones, in a 1000 pc. Nice.
A China-based YouTube channel tested one of the first Huawei-powered desktop PCs.
Huawei-Powered Desktop PC Tested, Eight-Core 7nm Kunpeng 920 Processor, PCIe 4.0 : Read more
People are not aware but 90% tech is coming from china. Only hi perf devices like phones, PC and server is using western CPUs. For now. Everything else is based on China Mediatek or similar Chinees CPUs (microcontrollers).
So, lets compare China 20 years ago and today... West greed for money is coming to an end. BTW China saved west during COVID cause masks, etc all these is produced in China. Nothing on the west!
It is the technology. The Chinese already know how to produce them. The licences are irrelevant. It they are withdrawn, the worst that could happen is that they could be banned from "the Western markets". Who cares? The Westerners are mere indebted consumers who are living and shopping on debt and who could not buy them if the producer had not extended them their credit lines...It is not the tech , it is the manufacturing .. most Chinese products are licences from the west.
I agree with keeping it in proportion. It's indeed a milestone, but an early one on a long road. That's how it should be seen.Not sure what the drama here is.
HiSilicon does not have a 7nm node, and this chip is just another low performing ARM derivative intended for server markets, in a series of low performing ARM chips from the same vendor.