- Aug 6, 2017
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|Processor||i7 5775c @4.3GHz/1.385v/EDRAM @2GHz|
|Motherboard||Z97X Gaming 5|
|Memory||Crucial Ballistix Tactical LP 1600 CL8 @2133 9-9-9-27 1T|
|Video Card(s)||RTX 2070 Super Gaming X Trio|
|Storage||SU900 128 (OS)/850 PRO 256+256+ 512,860 EVO 500,XPG SX950U 480,M9Pe(Y) 512 (games)/4TB HDDs (3+1)|
|Display(s)||Acer XB241YU+Dell S2716DG dual monitor setup|
|Audio Device(s)||W830BT headphones|
|Power Supply||Superflower Leadex Gold 850W|
|Mouse||G903 lightspeed+powerplay,G403 wireless + Steelseries DeX + Roccat rest|
|Benchmark Scores||A LOT|
Point is, your point is miselading. No 7nm Vega for gamers this year or in early 19.
How much will 7nm and 4 stack hbm2 bring to vega anyway, it's 1080 performance. If 2080ti is 1.35-1.4x of 1080ti, that's 1.35-1.4 times 1.3x, so 1.8x of vega 64. 80% faster - don't think so.... 7nm Vega can probably beat 16nm 1080Ti,though not by much. 2080 performance in other words and 10-15% faster than 2070. worth waiting for months ? If you got money for a gpu now then I don't think so,might as well pick up 1080ti when they drop price, won't be much difference from 7nm Vega.AMD at its Computex event confirmed that "Vega 20" will build Radeon Instinct and Radeon Pro graphics cards, and that it has no plans to bring it to the client-segment. That distinction will be reserved for "Navi," which could only debut in 2019, if not later.