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    NVIDIA Ampere Cooling Solution Heatsink Pictured, Rumors of Airflow Magic Quashed

    Maybe it's just Nvidia beeing nvidia fancy design. I just wonder about the price reading trough the leaks of performance and price of the cooler solution....
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    NVIDIA Ampere Cooling Solution Heatsink Pictured, Rumors of Airflow Magic Quashed

    Why would they design such a complicated heatsink then?
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    NVIDIA Ampere Cooling Solution Heatsink Pictured, Rumors of Airflow Magic Quashed

    I still can't belive they are looking to have cards with over 300W tdp... and I was hopeing for a really quiet card running fans at 1000RPM with temps in the 65C. Don't think it's going to happen if they are pusing over 300W tdp
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    NVIDIA's Next-Gen Reference Cooler Costs $150 By Itself, to Feature in Three SKUs

    Why the above 300W TDP?? That's very odd when moving to a smaller node (7nm). I was hopeing for something under 250W TDP for top tier cards
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    EK Planning To Enter The Air Cooling Market

    With the Vardar fans they don't stand a chance agains the competition. (noisy fans)
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    NVIDIA's Next-Gen Reference Cooler Costs $150 By Itself, to Feature in Three SKUs

    If Nvidia started an investigation this means there is even more chance that the cooler is legit for the next Ampere cards
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    NVIDIA RTX 3080 Ti and GA102 "Ampere" Specs, Other Juicy Bits Revealed

    When I saw: triple fan design, dual 8 pin connector, I am just thinking about a high TDP card, which is contradicting the whole 7nm design process, unless this is just rumors. 7nm should be more efficient bringing the TDP down, so why the double 8 pin and tripple fan design.
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    Intel 10th Gen Core Desktop Marketing Materials Confirm Core Counts

    Ohhh competition!!! How usefull it is for buyers making everything more exciting
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    Team Group T-Force Dark Zα DDR4-3600 MHz CL18 2x8 GB

    Not a RAM expert, but was going to buy the G.Skill 3600 CL16 (£160), but looking at the price of this kit (~£90) it looks there is not much difference in terms of performance. Correct me if I am wrong, but I don't think the above G.Skill is worth double the money.
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    can 6 phase VRM boards handle 3900X? would like feedback from people who tried it

    Even the MSI B450 Tomahwak can handle the 3950x according to HardwareUnboxed which is a beast of a processor. The only thing that I don't like about that board it's somehow the astethics (it doesnt have some fancy vram, back inputs cover), and in some areas it can lack some features, but other...
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    Chinese Government Closes Foxconn and Samsung Factories Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

    i worry more about products with higher prices such as nvidia high end gpus or the next navi high end cards
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    Chinese Government Closes Foxconn and Samsung Factories Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

    I agree. And I think this will be felt in a few months.
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    PSU advice between Corsair and BeQuiet

    I actually wanted to get the cheapest one available even if the difference is around £15 at the same wattage
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    PSU advice between Corsair and BeQuiet

    Hello. I am looking for a silent PSU for my next build. Looking online the corsair RM series comes up a lot as a very good PSU being very silent. I had experience with BeQuiet Straight Power series before, and this was silent for me. So the question is: Why is the Corsair RM PSU more highly...
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    Rumor: NVIDIA's Next Generation GeForce RTX 3080 and RTX 3070 "Ampere" Graphics Cards Detailed

    When is expected for Nvidia to announce the new Ampere cards? And AMD with Big Navi? Maybe if they are close together it will create some kind of competition between them, wich is always good for the consumer. (Look at the 5600 release)
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    Rumor: NVIDIA's Next Generation GeForce RTX 3080 and RTX 3070 "Ampere" Graphics Cards Detailed

    Whatever that percentage will be, we will not get all of that at once for the next high end cards.
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    Rumor: NVIDIA's Next Generation GeForce RTX 3080 and RTX 3070 "Ampere" Graphics Cards Detailed

    I am talking about what Nvidia could do with Amepere over the current top cards from the current architecture
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    Rumor: NVIDIA's Next Generation GeForce RTX 3080 and RTX 3070 "Ampere" Graphics Cards Detailed

    10% - 15% over top of the range Nvidia cards like 2080 super or 2080 TI. If they are running tests and at the moment and the new Ampere generation has an improvement of 50% over the current high end cards then the GPU to come in the next years could have improvements over the current generations...
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    Rumor: NVIDIA's Next Generation GeForce RTX 3080 and RTX 3070 "Ampere" Graphics Cards Detailed

    It will be 'big navi' compared to current generations. Don't think AMD can take Nvidia in the top tier cards just yet. Historically they where always a bit behind for top tier cards.
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    Rumor: NVIDIA's Next Generation GeForce RTX 3080 and RTX 3070 "Ampere" Graphics Cards Detailed

    What I mean, is that if the Ampere architecture potential is 50%, the first ampere GPUs will release with an improvement of 10%-15%. Leaving the rest of potential for future cards. I think Nvidia will not give all the potential of Ampere with the next 30xx cards, just so they have something left...
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    Rumor: NVIDIA's Next Generation GeForce RTX 3080 and RTX 3070 "Ampere" Graphics Cards Detailed

    I think what ever the potential of the Ampere architecture, the performance will be around 10% - 15% improved over current generation. This is so Nvidia can 'milk' the architecture as much as possible in the coming years. If they are running tests and they realise the they could push up to 60%...
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    Rumor: NVIDIA's Next Generation GeForce RTX 3080 and RTX 3070 "Ampere" Graphics Cards Detailed

    Any opinions or guesses on the TDP of this new cards using the 7nm?
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    Rumor: NVIDIA's Next Generation GeForce RTX 3080 and RTX 3070 "Ampere" Graphics Cards Detailed

    Not really an expert on the depth details, but currently the 2080 TI has 4352 Cuda cores, and b, and the rumored GA103 die that could have potentially 3840 Cuda cores and as much as 60 SM's. So on paper this is not faster than the 2080TI. Right? Obviously the smaller die would result in other...
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