I have a 6800 and in apex I'm locked to 144fps.
came from a V64 which didn't do 144 fps at 1440P at 300W, now total board power sits between 80-100W at 144fps.. like vega isn't a good comparison but damn it's efficient!
RTX 3090 is 20 % difference in terms of sm's and all accompanying specs and memory bandwidth at 23%.
It must be vram limitations at play here, cause you just don't get positive scaling when adding more sm's....
from what I see the amd cpu's are priced at MSRP in australia.
your AUD is worth less than USD, you have 10% gst, a tax which is added often in USA, in arizona that would be 9% or so.
however, there is a lot of australia tax for no reason yes, but double... hardly
Intel laptop designs tend to consume as much power as desktops for 1t loads.
Desktops have more cooling so you can turbo for longer and you have a bigger T delta allowing for slightly higher frequencies.
Tigerlake is atleast some breath of hope..
It's tests from several sources such as users, it's not in house testing they have control over just like userbenchmark.
They cannot control what users do!!!
The weighting can be found on their forums.
The baselines for each model can be found easily.
This is one of the results...
It's not a capacity issue.
If there is nothing coming into etailers which sometimes disclose it and you see how little they move.. 200 gpu's in a month lot of demand ?
when they are selling 1000 a month of a single sku every month prior to announcement.
Samsung 8nm might not yield the behemoth...
It's how it should be done imho.
not try to keep everyone happy and give out shitty quality bios cause they're stretched too thin.
most people on older boards like that ain't gonna be buying the first round either due to pricing, once updated products come out with some lower msrp's, lower perf...