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I am already preparing the popcorn for the Oculus excuses since they took data from all online devices.
The never ending corporate welfare programs for the under delivering company.
Ye, it´s much easier to blame someone else...like Nvidia :D
So as expected, meltdown impact is ~0 and spectre impact that his everyone is the culpit.
Rapid temperature increase in the start is normal due to sensor location. And as said, 60C is almost in the cold definition area.
We still have to see AMD patches for Spectre don't we?
So all flaws confirmed just as Spectre. But they still have to release Spectre patches as far as I know.
So Oculus pretty much shows the exact same distribution as Steam :)
Sounds like a desperate losing company. They should use money on R&D and compete instead of whining over that people buying the competition...
ICL-S will likely be another CFL type launch as I said before. K SKUs etc early and the broad section later.
Laptops/2in1 can be 3-9 months "behind" depending on OEM.
It should work without any problems.
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...
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...
That argument died when the hex couldn´t be run on the platform.
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...
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...
It´s pretty much impossible to lockout miners due to using a lot of the same compute. And then they can just make a new coin etc.
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...
You are gasping at straws. Now you even compare 6000-7500Gflops of FP64 to ~350Gflops.
So now July is generous of you. Please tell what you...
Memory bandwidth also didn't change. It actually went backwards for the non TI.
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...
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...
2080 beating 1080 with 50-60% is very possible.
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...
Haha, exactly! Maybe a non working SLI case? ;)
You wont get cheaper prices. Prices are not dependent on "competition" due to their dynamic nature. Same goes for memory and mining limitations to...
They are going discrete GPUs, so lightyears from APU level even if its just 1050-1060 performance.
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...
Its just the cardboard and you got a picture of it in case there should be anything wrong. No need to return it for that.
AMD got no answer to current lineup. But price didn't go up...except for AMD with their semi fake MSRP that required directly cashback from AMD.
Asus RMA or lack of same. I thought people had learned by now.
People do it daily all over the world. No need to make something big out of nothing ;)
He actually never did.
Someone forgot to add it. Same with the 1030 and 1050.
The same GPUs is listed as notebooks with DX12 support.
Learn to backorder instead of waiting for something to be in stock. Shop abroad if needed.
IGP gaming, you can just as well not to avoid 1080p max and low settings at 30fps. And to replace a 8700K with a slow APU...
Just learn to...
Swap and reinstall drivers. No need to do anything crazy.
It is supported. Plenty of reviews of it using DX12 as well.