Friday, June 21, 2024

Weekly Review & Outlook: Gaming Monitor, Gaming GPU, E-Bulli & M1 Ultra


Last week offered a variety of topics. In addition to a UHD monitor with HDMI 2.1 and 144 Hz and AMD’s Radeon RX 6800S, the VW ID. Buzz and Apple’s presentation of the M1 Ultra in Mac Studio are the most popular with readers.

4K gaming with HDMI 2.1, 144 Hz and VRR in 32 inches

The Philips Momentum 329M1 test, which found the most readers this week, shows that gamers want to combine high resolution with a faster refresh rate and new standards. The monitor combines a 32-inch panel with 3,840 × 2,160 pixels with up to 144 Hz, HDMI 2.1, VRR and Ambiglow. In the test, it not only proves to be a good monitor for PC gamers, but also for current gaming consoles like Microsoft Xbox Series X and Sony PlayStation 5.

RX 6800S is far behind 6800M

The test of the new AMD Radeon RX 6800S came in second place. The Navi 23 GPU is designed to bring maximum performance to particularly thin gaming notebooks and technically corresponds to a lower clocked Radeon RX 6650M XT and not the RX 6800M. The benchmark test against the Radeon RX 6800M also shows that there are worlds between the two models with the maximum TGP. The RX 6800M offers up to 56 percent more performance in the UHD test course compared to the 6800S, also because the S only has a third of its infinite cache.

The technology in the electric Bulli ID. buzz

In last week’s reports, the presentation of the VW ID ended. Buzz and a first look at the technical inner workings of the electric Bullis first. With network assistance systems such as Car2X for nearby warning messages, Travel Assist with swarm data, Park Assist Plus with memory function for automatic parking on a previously saved route or up to eight USB-C interfaces inside, the E-Bulli also offers these interesting aspects. However, the design provoked very different reactions in the comments.

Apple’s new releases and the M1 Ultra

The technical details of the Apple M1 Ultra, a combination of two M1 Max created by die-to-die interconnect, which Apple presented as part of the event and the presentation of the Mac Studio, landed just behind.

New presentations also in the next week

The new week will also have some exciting new products in store. However, ComputerBase is not yet able to provide details on this or even just suggestions at this point, as the information has already been leaked, but the exact dates are not yet.

With this reading material in your luggage, the editors wish you a relaxing Sunday!

Ebenezer Robbins
Ebenezer Robbins
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