Wow new patch 6.2
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Jun 24, · Already live on US servers, Blizzard’s patch will be deployed to the EU today, and that means it is time to finally write about what you as an MMO lover can do with all this new stuff. The latest Patch is a reasonably big deal because its predecessor wasn’t exactly overflowing with new features: many people felt the S.E.L.F.I.E Camera and Twitter integration didn’t actually count as ‘proper’ . Jun 22, · Patch , Warlords of Draenor’s second major patch, goes live on June 23rd for the US, and June 24th for the EU. The Wowhead team has compiled a list of our most useful guides and content to help you build your Shipyard, raid Hellfire Citadel, find the treasures in Tanaan Jungle, and more! The database is now updated for , clear cache if you do not see the new data!Author: Perculia. Patch PTR Patch Notes for May 18th – Mythic+ Keystone Exchange, New Great Vault Options posted 2 days ago by Squishei Blizzard has published PTR Patch Notes for May 18th, which includes new details on a Mythic+ Keystone exchange at the end of Mythic+ dungeons, new Great Vault options, class tuning and more!
Wow new patch 6.2.World of Warcraft: Shadowlands News
Apr 17, · World of Warcraft brand new Patch was available this Wednesday on the PTR. According to the official patch notes from Blizzard there are tons of new changes and contents added since the last Patch Patch Patch was released on Jun 23, (June 24, in the EU). This patch was first released on the PTR as build on Apr 13, This patch appears to include the opening of Tanaan Jungle and the final assault by adventurers on Gul’dan in Hellfire Citadel. Patch PTR Patch Notes for May 18th – Mythic+ Keystone Exchange, New Great Vault Options posted 2 days ago by Squishei Blizzard has published PTR Patch Notes for May 18th, which includes new details on a Mythic+ Keystone exchange at the end of Mythic+ dungeons, new Great Vault options, class tuning and more!
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Chipworks about EE + GS: the chip is still made according to 90nm standards
Canadian research firm Chipworks has defended Sony by saying it believes the PlayStation X’s EE + GS processor is indeed 90nm. Recall that on Monday Semiconductor Insights expressed doubts that the chip is actually made using 90nm technology, and not 130nm.
Thus, the opinions of different analysts were divided: Chipworks reports that the measured gate length of the EE + GS transistors is 45-50 nm, which meets the 90 nm norms, while Semiconductor Insights insists that the minimum gate length is 70 nm. , which corresponds to the standards of 130 nm. Chipworks notes that the Sony / Toshiba chip is slightly different from what is required by the International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductor (ITRS) specifications published this year – 37nm is recommended for the chip to be considered 90nm compliant. However, Sony and Toshiba’s workflow is in line with Intel’s 90nm pilot chips showcased at IDF.
However, Chipworks’ autopsy results did not convince Semiconductor Insights of Sony’s words, although, to the credit of both companies, no one doubts the authenticity of both measurements. According to Edward Keyes, CTO of Semiconductor Insights, Sony has never said a gate length of about 47nm before, and besides, the presence of gates of this length in the chip does not prove that everything they have the same dimensions (although it is recognized that the spread of parameter values is not so great and is determined by the peculiarities of the technological process, which is the same for all parts of the chip). According to Case, he has no right to comment on the photographs received by Chipworks, because he does not have information about the mode in which the scanning tunneling microscope worked and whether there is an error. It is also possible that the measurement results were influenced by the features of the “opening” of the semiconductor chip, more precisely, the plane in which the cut was made.
Keyes does not deny that gate sizes are subject to statistical variation. In defense of the opinion of Semiconductor Insights, he cited the argument that the width of the conductor in the EE + GS is about 260 nm, while according to the ITRS standards for 90 nm it should be 210 nm, and for 130 nm – 295 nm.
In response to Semiconductor Insights arguments, Chipworks researchers reported that they actually observed some transistors with gate lengths longer than 50 nm. However, such a large variation in the average, in their opinion, is most likely impossible, at least not in the processor core. However, in embedded DRAM, parameter variations can be much more significant, and since analysts do not know which part of the chip belongs to the transistors they investigated, this could explain the differences.