Lemar has a hard time playing again during the month of January

first_imgThomas Lemar has in the spotlight the game next February 1 at Santiago Bernabéu against Real Madrid. Atlético announced on December 31 that the French player suffered a hamstring injury to the right thigh from which he continues to recover, but the process takes time and unless accelerated in his rehabilitation will take him out at least two more weeks. Nevertheless, as in the case of Diego Costa, its value will not be revitalized during the month that the market is open, since physical problems prevent it from playing. Lemar started in Benito Villamarín against Betis (December 22), but after another gray game was the first change of Simeone in search of renewing the attack and at the minute of Correa in the field The Argentine had already opened the score. The ’10’ has been one of the players that with his performance has far exceeded Lemar, although the French started as a starter after improving his pre-season performance. The 24-year-old, second most expensive signing in club history (70 million for 70% of his pass), he was in the spotlight as one of the possible departures of the team in January to make room for a signing up, where Cavani is the one desired by Simeone, but the PSG is not going to facilitate his pass. Equipment like Tottenham or Arsenal They asked about Lemar’s situation, although his offers would not have approached the red and white pretensions.center_img From the beginning of the course Lemar has been seen again, which is not decisive, comes into play and when he does it does not accelerate the pace of the team. After starting in the first five games of the course, some muscular problems separated him from the fields. He returned as a substitute and in total He has left the bench in 11 of his next 16 appearances. Simeone has always given him minutes, he trusts him and his characteristics, but his last goal came in Ipurua, the field that Atlético is visiting this weekend, practically nine months ago (April 20). The Frenchman plays on his return to the team his presence in the next Eurocup, where he is a fixture for Deschamps, but his poor performance can leave him out.last_img read more

Intel Xe GPU will have hardware ray tracing support

first_imgTodayYesterday7 days ago30 days ago Buy $484.99 Intel Core i9-9900K Intel has announced that its upcoming Xe GPU architecture will have hardware support for ray tracing, which instantly brings them up to where NVIDIA is right now with the Turing GPU architecture powering the GeForce RTX series of graphics cards. Remember that Intel won’t be jumping into the graphics card game and going after gamers on its first round, with Intel licking their lips at the prospects of the data center market and the release of Xe-based graphics cards. We’re looking at Intel competing with the likes of the Quadro and Tesla range of NVIDIA cards in the high-performance computing (HPC) market, AI and data center, and then gaming will get the trickle down effects of Xe in gaming-focused graphics cards. Intel announced the news of hardware accelerated ray tracing support at FMX, with the company explaining: Xe architecture roadmap for data center optimized rendering includes ray tracing hardware acceleration support for the Intel® Rendering Framework family of API’s and libraries. Establishing the Intel® Graphics and Visualization Institutes of XeLLENCE (Intel® GVI) and has selected three founding institutions (University of Utah, University of Texas, Austin and University of Stuttgart) to participate based on their significant open research and open source contributions related to Intel Rendering Framework, large scale graphics and visualization. Building on the Intel Rendering Framework with the introduction of the Intel® Open Volume Kernel Library (set for release in Q3 2019) to enhance support for volume rendering – a critical capability for scientific visualization and high-end digital content creation. center_img $474.99 $484.99 US$484.99 last_img read more