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    MSI GeForce RTX 3090 Suprim X

    What in the actual fuck is wrong with you? That was a different discussion with someone else to prove my point that 1080p is not the best indicator of the relative efficiency for these high-end cards. Let's just end this mess here and move on. What a fucktard.
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    MSI GeForce RTX 3090 Suprim X

    Unlike you, I don't lable my thoughts as facts. I'm not saying TSMC's N7P or whatever is for definite better than Samsung's 8N, but based on what we've seen before it's a pretty safe bet that the tsmc node is better both in terms of performance and efficiency. And yes I'm aware that you can't...
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    MSI GeForce RTX 3090 Suprim X

    Anandtech: "I had mentioned that the 7LPP process is quite a wildcard in the comparisons here. Luckily, I’ve been able to get my hands on a Snapdragon 765G, another SoC that’s manufactured on Samsung’s EUV process. It’s also quite a nice comparison as we’re able to compare that chip’s...
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    MSI GeForce RTX 3090 Suprim X

    You're making up nonsense and labelling it as a fact. Some of the AMD chips back then were literally 75% more efficient than Fermi while RDNA2 is barely 10-15% more efficient than ampere while being on a much better node. I would go as far as to say that AMD doesn't have any Architectural...
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    MSI GeForce RTX 3090 Suprim X

    I said the chart that actually matters, not the only chart that matters. And also the most efficient RDNA2 chip is barely beating the 12nm 1660Ti at 1080p (in terms of efficiency), based on your magical logic 1080p in this case is the most accurate way to measure efficiency, how about that?
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    MSI GeForce RTX 3090 Suprim X

    We're talking about the relative efficiency here, not efficiency in absolute terms. Measuring the relative efficiency at 1080p with these GPUs is very demb, not only because you're going to be CPU limited in many games, but also because you have a shitton of bandwidth and memory modules that...
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    MSI GeForce RTX 3090 Suprim X

    let me show you the chart that actually matters: The 3070 is actually 20% more efficient than the most efficient Turing GPU and even the 3090 is 10% more efficient.
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    NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 AotS Benchmarks Surface—Trades Blows with RTX 2080 Ti

    As is the case with RTX 2070/Super and GTX 1070, the 3070 is also going to be a super popular GPU for midrange buyers and I doubt games will need more than 8GB at 1440p anytime soon, there might be exceptions to it but generally speaking developers target these kind of midrange cards in the...
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    NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 AotS Benchmarks Surface—Trades Blows with RTX 2080 Ti

    I've played doom eternal on my GTX 1080 @ 4K and while the ultra nightmare texture pool size has a negative impact on performance, it does absolutely nothing to the quailty of the textures. Texture quality isn't any different on ultra/high settings. It just allocates more VRAM for texture...
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    AMD Big Navi GPU Features Infinity Cache?

    Even AMD uses the term IPC for their GPUs, though everybody here probably knows that IPC is mostly a CPU terminology and we just it for the sake of simplicity.
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    AMD Big Navi GPU Features Infinity Cache?

    This topic is probably beyond the understanding of us enthusiasts but I think extra cache can help to reduce the memory bandwidth requirements. It'll probably be application dependent and not as effective at higher resloutions where the sheer throughput might matter more but we've already seen...
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    AMD Big Navi GPU Features Infinity Cache?

    Isn't that 25% number the exact same IPC improvment AMD stated for the RDNA1 over GCN? If so, doesn't it make my point as RDNA2 not being that much of an improvment over RDNA in terms of IPC valid? Anyways. The new cards will be out soon enough and we'll have a better idea of how much of an...
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    AMD Big Navi GPU Features Infinity Cache?

    Most of what you said makes sense but it's not THAT unrealistic to compare these things. I'm sure you've watched DF's 5700XT vs X1X video, right? We are both aware that the X1X has a very similar GPU to the RX 580. As you can see in their comparison, in a like for like comparison and in a...
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    AMD Big Navi GPU Features Infinity Cache?

    I agree, that part of my comment was a bit confusing but I didn't mean The X1X has RDNA. just the Real-World performance increase didn't suggest higher IPC than RDNA1 to me, based on how RDNA performs in comparison to the console.
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    AMD Big Navi GPU Features Infinity Cache?

    Nobody said it had.
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