You got it too.
I still love the old games
I'm 43, I have great memories that I like to relive every now and then.
It's convenient to have a single console plugged in that can play all gens so i dont have a crowded tv, continuously disconnecting and reconnecting consoles.
Not a hard concept...
Well we had the GS GPU from ps2 in 60GB Australian models, just not the emotion engine CPU that was in US models (PAL and NTSC are now defunct due to HD resolutions, only difference that still remains is old NTSC regions still use native 60hz input and PAL regions still use 50hz because of power...
Not all 8 cores are going to be for gaming.
One will be locked onto hypervisor duties, another one or two will be locked onto OS for seamless transition between game and GUI, maybe keep one as a keyholder/decryptor.
Consoles run completely different to PC, the 2 are not comparable.
They once measured in microns (um)
Once they hit sub 1 micron they started measuring in nanons (nm)
I suspect once they get to 1nm or under they'll start announcing architecture lithography by picons (pm) 1000pm to 1nm.
I got a i7-4930k and been avoiding upgrading due to lack of lanes.
I don't fanboy, I've had an Athlon back before Pentium 4 after Pentium 3, had Opteron.
Fanboys miss out on a chance of buying best CPU for price, at the moment looks like AMD has it nailed, I was just looking for...
Say what you will, this is the news I was waiting for, with all mainstream CPUs having only 16x PCI-E lanes I'm glad this one finally has 40.
Don't want to gimp my 2080ti at all for the sake of a NVMe SSD, (2080ti saturates 8x)
I wouldn't run 4266mhz RAM on an AMD system that uses chiplets due to infinity fabric topping out at 4000mhz, as soon as you hit 2000mhz, infinity fabric scales back and doubles the multiplier making the rest of the system slower.
For this reason, they should use monolithic typology.