I doubt AMD will dominate Intel any time soon because Intel is too big but Intel's misfortune's do help AMD claw back some much valuable market share.
Memory is not that difficult to produce. AMD could become major player in memory space today if they flooded the market with cheap DDR4...
Which i did. But no one included a link to specific G.Skill product that uses the same name. People only mentioned that G.Skill maybe uses/used the Trident name not that they actually had Trident X naming too (albeit for DDR3 memory).
Nope. No luck. Even double checking that i have today's build: 64.0a1 (2018-09-13) (64-bit) and setting both preferences to true and restarting nightly, testtube still says AV1 is not supported on my browser:
Maybe Youtube does not like that i'm running Windows 7?
I could not get it working in latest Firefox Nightly (updated to todays build just to be sure). Even after manually setting media.av1.enabled to true and restarting all playlist videos were still using VP9.
Not really. Toshiba has had 14TB for some time now and it's Enterprise drive that i would trust far more than anything Seagate produces. Plus it also costs roughly 550€
Yeah the regular non-Pro Seagate models are a little...
I see. Initial G5X ran at 10Gbps. 11 if you OC'ed yourself. Later when Micron perfected it then Nvidia shipped cards with 11Gbps default overclockable to 12Gbps. Including variants of GTX 1080 with 11Gbps G5X but as i recall those never really took off.
Seem dubious considering Nvidia lanched Titan X with 12GB of G5X ~6 months prior to 1080Ti.
The 11GB VRAM buffer was a result of chip nerfing by Nvidia. They could not very well release a card with the same specs for 500$ less. Titan X owners would have sued them.
Referring to this...