I'm hoping that we'll see itx board with 10G this time. But seeing only the top atx board gets it I don't have much hope for one that's less than 250€ :/
2.5G will soon be as fast if not slower than top wifi speed (wifi 7 + same room as the access point)
I hope AMD can make the bold move of releasing AM5 as soon as Q1 2022.
Their CPU being chiplet, I don't see anything blocking them from releasing an io die for DDR5 sooner than the cpu chiplet, especially considering the IO die will probably use an older/cheaper process.
They should even be able...
There's a belief that X570 runs hot because of pcie 4.0, despite derb8aur showing basicaly no difference between pcie gen speed or even if there's a nvme ssd or not
The reason would rather be that it's using a repurposed die with a bunch of useless mm² that sucks power.
The article is written by a monkey (honestly those PRs are the worst, they're full of bullshit anyway), on the website it clearly states 120hz, but it's only in DP :
HDMI: 3840 x 2160 @ 60 Hz, 2560 x 1440 @ 120 Hz; DP: 3840 x 2160 @ 120 Hz
EDIT : my bad the 27" is only 23-75 Hz (V) on the...
It's very pricey but still they will not sell much of them at all, so I wonder if they will manage to recoup the development cost (mask and all)
I would guess apple pay some amount upfront because all they care is having a maximum efficiency option whatever the price but maybe I'm...
I'm curious about the 2 small chip appart from the hbm die, the same can be found on the volta gpu, and I never found any informations about those, is it the ecc part of the hbm ?
It doesn't seem to be connected to the gpu but rather the hbm chip given the way it's shaped
Also very nice gpu...
It would be great but it seems that it would be a pain for motherboard maker to use this with multiple length support (1 hole for a screw or the plastic holder, whereas 2 or one long for this)
In that sense the plastic holder is a great middle ground between cost and usability (they'd argue...
Navi 1 is way past it's efficiency point, just look at voltages, Turing runs at about 1000mv compared to amd 1200mv on rx5700xt, also remember voltages should go down as you progresses in nodes
Nvidia is likely not comparing rx5700xt as it's configured to make those assumption, they know how to...
Turing and Navi already include a controller for usb though (for navi, the only card i've seen with it is the Radeon Pro W5700)
USB type c in general lacks uniformity though, especially for desktop where power delivery is non existent on those ports