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Just stick to a TDP figure you are comfortable with and let others enjoy their 500W GPU (not me, I would just undervolt it down to ~300W), I'm sure the AD104/106/107 chips will be ultra efficient and more suitable for your gaming need.
Ada is just a die shrink of Ampere, so RT/Tensor perf would scale linearly with raster compare to Ampere.
There are AI supercomputers doing all the planet saving stuffs so in the end capitalism save itself from the problem it created . This would be a bit surprising to you but Capitalist countries have healthier air quality than non capitalist countries.
Yes because we export our industry to cheap labor countries. China...
You are missing quite a bit of context to justify cognitive dissonance. Another glaring one is the idea processing power somehow helps climate? All it really serves is understanding it, while slowly ruining it.
Also, lower SKUs arent all that efficient at all, the 104 also got its share of TDP bumps. Its a strange reading of facts you have here, buddy...
You make a great point when you say ADA is just shrunk ampere, that does explain quite well why we get what we seem to be getting. Their tech isnt advancing a whole lot anymore, we are in a moar corezzz situation here like I alluded to earlier as well. We'll see where that goes... gonna be interesting what AMD will do with RDNA but they then have the opportunity to gain feature parity with NV..