Separate names with a comma.
We weren't discussing the DX or OGL support... but unfortunately I can't say anymore.
Never understood why people read the conclusion, seems...
That is right. You don't have anything to disprove my statements. Nice strawman.
Yes. So my statement agrees with what Joe has said... thanks.
That would completely remove some of the key benefits to HBM.
Power savings - You are now adding 50% more power by having both rather than...
Other than pricing... there wasn't really anything they could do.
No. There is no "standard" to how many stacks you use. The only standard is the specifications of the stacks themselves.
That would be like saying...
No, I'm not talking about redesigning Fiji now... I'm saying that if they went a different way when designing Fiji, they could have had 8GB.
No semantics. They are still developing Mantle and using it as a basis for other projects.
Like I said, there is no technical limitation with HBM1 that would limit it to 4GB.
Again, they could have used a larger, more expensive...
Look in the mirror.
I'm not the one making up numbers.
GM200 overclocks 20-30%, at most.
Where are these 1650-1800mhz GTX980TIs?
There is no technical limitation with HBM1 that is restricting it to 4GB...
Quite possibly it can. But delaying the launch a few months doesn't really change the overall placement of the card.
You are never going to...
Well because, you know, a proof of concept to pitch to partners with a different future CPU planned for it is a big deal...
People have already called it a flop, a 2900XT, and 12 months too late... even though it is matching the GM200 at 4k and is within 3 months of...
Because ROPs handle AF?
Why? What do you expect her to have done in ~8 months?
People really need to stop talking about topics they have no knowledge of.
BOM is likely <$250...
Fury X runs with 980Ti and Titan X at 4k according to HardOCP and HardwareCanucks.
It did its job.
I like how they are purposefully trying to deceive with their 4k results...
Edit- Or they don't know how to review their work.
Eh, depends on who you are talking to and what documentation you are reading.
They have certainly muddied the waters with GCN.
LoL, arguing that leakage can't happen because of thermodynamics...
I'm losing hope for this forum.
But, but, but, +300w from a card is WAYYYYYYYYYY too much heat to be outputting from your PC, ala anti-Hawaii argument.
LoL, good one.
They were also ramping production in 1H '15 for releasing products late Q2 '15 plus finishing the restructuring in Q1 and Q2... More directed at...
Also they explicitly decided on the current output setup for the best possible gaming experience.
All of what you stated is KitGuru throwing a hissy fit for no apparent reason.
None of this is AMD's fault and, if anything, it shows AMD is...
Just noticed all the probe/sensor spots on the PCB.
This card is just begging for the hard mods.
Not sure, I've heard multiple numbers.
I'll guess 80C or 85C.
Doesn't matter in the least bit.
Testing with custom loops back in the day, there...
Waterblock is likely custom, though I guess if they had something similar that was usuable they could just make a new mounting bracket.
Looks like we are getting a lot of photoshopped boxes.
It will be interesting if they can unlock the clocks and voltage for the HBM.
There was talk about a 625mhz bin of HBM1 awhile ago. Never saw...
There isn't much height difference between the HBM stack and the GPU die.
So I'm going to guess, yes it does.
Hard mods FTMFW!
Yup, LN2 pot for +1500mhz clocks.
Get to see some fun hardmods as well.
Wonder whose it is... Coolice, Fredyama or Elmer's?
They threatened sites with exactly that if they didn't follow the press release.
Why do you think no big sites actually delved into the issue and...
I would imagine it must be doable to repair/replace it but it wouldn't be at the AIB's repair center.
Hynix sells only "Known Good Stacked Die"...
That is just wrong.
AIBs and their repair houses have the skills and tools to fix and replace components on PCBs, such as GDDR5 ICs.
Amkor is the...
6 phase isn't bad, it is normal for a reference design.
It also depends on the quality and type of phases.