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Subway Surfers. Subway Surfers is a classic endless runner game created by Kiloo and Sybo. In Subway Surfers you surf the subways and try to escape from the grumpy Inspector and his dog. You’ll need to dodge trains, trams, obstacles, and more in order to go as far as you can in this endless running game. Collect coins to unlock power ups and special gear to help you go further every time in Subway Surfers. Super Mysterizer is an exclusive power-up that only appears on Mystery Mondays (also known as every Monday). Like the Power Jumper, it only appears on the tracks and is unupgradable. When having contact with it, it transforms into something (See Abilities). They last for a limited time only. Dec 01, · You are not able to upgrade the Power Jumper. The Power Jumper was introduced with the Beijing edition of subway surfers: World Tour. Premium. Premium power-ups are those which you can only attain by paying real money for them. Surprisingly, there is only one of these in Subway Surfers. Double Coins This does exactly what it says.
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Feb 13, · ♛ FOLLOW ME ON SOCIAL NETWORKS ♛ YouTube – Facebook – Stea. Super Mysterizer is an exclusive power-up that only appears on Mystery Mondays (also known as every Monday). Like the Power Jumper, it only appears on the tracks and is unupgradable. When having contact with it, it transforms into something (See Abilities). They last for a limited time only. Jan 29, · The Power-Ups in Subway Surfers While the basic plan of collecting coins is all fine and dandy, there are some power-ups along the way that will help you out. The power-ups appear on the map and can be picked up by the player character for a second benefit.
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Intel to introduce ratings for its processors?
Intel may be looking to redefine how it sees processor marketing, in part by recognizing that clock speed is not the only determinant of processor performance, CNET reported, citing CNET. The source claims that the company could start adding a special rating to the names of its processors, which, in principle, should make it easy to distinguish them from each other.
One cannot but agree with The Register that Intel once again, as it were, recognizes the correctness of AMD’s strategy – if earlier the company agreed to adopt 64-bit x86 extensions, albeit different (and how could it be otherwise? otherwise, it would have to perpetuate the name of AMD in the name of the extensions), but not much, and now Intel uses performance ratings – again, this is not at all the same as AMD, but, as they say, “the main thing is the idea …”
Intel has not yet commented on this rumor, but the source insists that the performance rating will be assigned to the Pentium-M processor on the 90nm Dothan core, which is expected to debut in the second quarter. The assignment of the rating in this case is quite understandable: the clock speed of Dothan is unlikely to be much higher than the previous versions of Pentium-M, but it will have twice the cache of the second level (L2) and it will need to be significantly differentiated from its 130nm counterparts.
Most likely, the introduction of ratings will also help in the promotion of 90nm processors based on the Prescott core, and, according to rumors, this will happen this summer. Well, we will wait for confirmation or refutation of these rumors ..