Sounds like a desperate losing company. They should use money on R&D and compete instead of whining over that people buying the competition because their products stinks.
Easier to due to cheap childish PR than to make products. :D
For laptops in goes down to cost and platform integration and AMD got a huge issue there and why they in reality cant compete. AMD is too expensive.
Reality is what it is, just as it is for EPYC.
GDDR is also used in network devices etc. There are even network optimized versions of GDDR5 and GDDR6 called GDDR5N and GDDR6N.
GDDR6 is in full production and that's a big hint by itself. Because there is only one high volume segment currently for it.
Even at 100C with MCE using high voltage it would just slightly throttle on 1 core if it hits 100C. But as noted try lowering the voltage, some mobo makers likes higher voltage than others for their autooverclocking.
Lets be honest, RTG in AMD have been running on fumes for quite a lot of years due to minimal funding.
However don´t really expect Intel to be much different besides bigger R&D and better nodes. A CPU company is always a CPU company first.
You even have history against you. This is what R&D gives. Memory bandwidth alone will increase something like 50-60% due to GDDR6. CUDA cores up 50%.
The Titan V is still not a gaming card. It may not even have gaming optimized drivers in any way because it´s not the target audience. Its...
The Titan V isn't even a Geforce card. Also there is a lot more than Tensor cores, FP64 for example. At the same time memory bandwidth will see massive increase due to GDDR6. Not to mention the clocks due to being a gaming card.
Gaming and compute is very different in the proportions of a card...
It's not a gaming card to begin with and on top of that its a reduced GV100 with 3/4th the memory speed. And I see you already forgot Maxwell for example. AMD is 3 generations behind in April on the gaming front, just as they are now in the HPC segment.
Not entirely. It is true that two of the most profitable memories to produce is LPDDR for phones/laptops and DDR for servers.
The problem is simply that memory capability expansion is behind the curve due to unforeseen logistics in the chains. Phones are moving from core wars to memory wars...
1200$ for what? A 1080? No.
1200$ for a 1080TI? Maybe in a single region.
Also Nvidia isn't selling it at that price, The markup is done at retailers. That's also very clear if you look on a global scale.
The article is nothing but another dumbass clickbait to fuel some drama.
The 2080 will...