I get that.
But I was thinking lack of 3950x was due to chiplets being allocated to server parts (where the real $$$ is)
That doesn't explain a 12nm 4-core/8-thread part with integrated GPU...hence why I'm still at a loss to explain the 3000G
1) That's amazon.co.uk...not amazon.com (US). Just searched - not available from Amazon.com
2) The amazon.co.uk listing (that I found) currently lists for $65 vs $49 MSRP.
To be fair, I'd have no problems ordering from Amazon.uk if the pricing was comparable (or carried a couple dollar...
That's today's incarnation of Amazon that you're talking about. And this post is not defending Uber...but remember that Amazon started off as an online bookstore (with videos and music also).
Just like every other hyper-successful business, there were some good ideas coupled with future...
So my Pixel C bit the big one last weekend. Looking to replace it.
Also looking to upgrade my ancient netbook that I travel with.
Looking for something like a Microsoft Surface Pro 2017. Would consider a Surface Pro 6 for the right price.
Hit me up and let me know what you got.
As a counter-point, I'll remind everybody that there was this online bookstore called Amazon.com that was founded in 1994, IPO'd in 1997, and didn't turn a profit until 2001 (?).
So Uber's deal certainly isn't 'unique'.
As far as their business model - I think it's actually excellent. The...
Saw the console window open and close. Did NOT see an error.
It seems to be OK now...the BIOS Part number in Radeon Settings is 113- D3600200-106 with a date of 02/11/2019.
I SWEAR when I updated that Radeon settings was still reporting the -105 BIOS rev with the January Build date.
I'll tell you what, editing videos on the timeline in Wondershare Filmora is butter smooth with my Radeon VII. And that's coming from an RX Vega64.
16GB of HBM rocks. Haven't done much gaming as of yet, but plenty happy with my purchase!
Yes...I think pretty much everyone in this thread who got one other than myself is planning on ebaying them.
I kid :)
My comment was referring to the rumors that only 5000 cards would be available and once they're gone AMD wasn't going to make any more.
It'll be interesting to see what happens after today. I think AMD was leading us to believe that they'd have stock to go around. Judging by the difficulties people are having ordering, that seems not to be the case.
We'll have to see if that's just a launch day thing or not.
I don't know if I'd call them second best these days, but I took a quick look at Anandtech's and it seemed halfway decent. But I was going to buy regardless since I'm a hobbiest content Creator and wanted it for those purposes in addition to gaming.
We actually purchased a few workstations at my employer during the same timeframe (circa 2001).
For our application (Computational Fluid Dynamics) the Itanium actually kicked ass and took names, and was easily the highest performing platform bar none.
Sadly, I think CFD was one of the very few...
That's nice, except that I had Opera (Chromium based) bork on two key websites for me lately (one a banking website, the other my cell phone provider).
Firefox worked out of the box.
Still, as a general comment, a sad state of affairs that users are required to keep multiple browsers around to...