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Corsair just posted a video of their upcoming MP700:
Yeah that thing will work with any shrouded motherboard... But the problem is not particular to this model.
 
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Yeah that thing will work with any shrouded motherboard... But the problem is not particular to this model.
Not a fan of those tiny fans and would liked if it had properly designed heatsink(similar to Thermalright solutions) but atleast Corsair had decided not to install it and rather bundle it with the drive.
 

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ohhh the RX 7700 XT "new" specs seems finally like an upgrade 3840 cores look way better than 2048 (compared to the 2560 of the 6700 XT ), i hope the rest of the specs are also higher than the one in GPU database :D

not that i would change my RX 6700 XT for now ... but still good to see that.
 
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Where have AMD Bergamo and Siena gone? I'm quite sure they were on the list before, as they should be.
 

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Where have AMD Bergamo and Siena gone? I'm quite sure they were on the list before, as they should be.
Ah they were part of the Zen 4 listing, which was removed after Zen 4 was first announced
 

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Most excited to see how the 4060, AMD 7600XT and Intel Battlemage+ change the low end GPU game. Also interested to see if PCIe 5.0 can provide better results in gaming at all.
 
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There's no DP 21 as yet ~

AMD Zen 4 APUs [updated]​

  • Release Date: 2023
  • Successor to "Rembrandt"
  • Based on Zen 4 CPU cores
  • RDNA2 graphics on Dragon Range
  • 55 W TDP for "Dragon Range"
  • Socket AM5, DDR5
  • "Phoenix" designed for thin and light, with 35 - 45 W
  • "Phoenix Point" is Zen 4 APU, with 3DV Cache and RDNA3 graphics using a monolithic die
  • Dragon SKUs: Ryzen 9 7980HX: 16c/32t, Ryzen 9 7900HX: 12c/24t, Ryzen 7 7800HX: 8c/16t, Ryzen 5 7600HX: 6c/12t, 4.8 to 5.x GHz Boost, 3.6 to 4.x GHz Base
  • Phoenix SKUs: Ryzen 9 7980HS: 8c/16t, 12 CU, Ryzen 9 7900HS: 8c/16t, 12 CU, Ryzen 7 7800HS: 8c/16t, 12 CU, Ryzen 5 7600HS: 6c/12t, 6 CU, 100-000000709-23_N
  • Phoenix Ryzen 5 7640U is 6c/12t, 6 MB L2, 16 MB L3, 3.5 GHz base, 4.9 GHz boot, RX 760M iGPU with 8 CU / 512 cores #
  • No support for PCIe 5.0 #
  • Ryzen 7040: 20 Gen 4 lanes from the CPU, plus 4 for the chipset #
  • Memory support: DDR5-5600, LPDDR5-7600, higher with overclocking #
  • iGPU: Radeon 780M, based on RDNA3, 12 CU, 768 cores, same dual-issue as Navi 31, up to 2.9 GHz #
  • Radeon 780M offers performance comparable to GeForce GTX 1650 #
  • DisplayPort 21, HDMI 2.1, AV1 encode #
  • 4 nm TSMC EUV, 178 mm², 25 billion transistors #
 

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There's no DP 21 as yet ~

AMD Zen 4 APUs [updated]​

  • Release Date: 2023
  • Successor to "Rembrandt"
  • Based on Zen 4 CPU cores
  • RDNA2 graphics on Dragon Range
  • 55 W TDP for "Dragon Range"
  • Socket AM5, DDR5
  • "Phoenix" designed for thin and light, with 35 - 45 W
  • "Phoenix Point" is Zen 4 APU, with 3DV Cache and RDNA3 graphics using a monolithic die
  • Dragon SKUs: Ryzen 9 7980HX: 16c/32t, Ryzen 9 7900HX: 12c/24t, Ryzen 7 7800HX: 8c/16t, Ryzen 5 7600HX: 6c/12t, 4.8 to 5.x GHz Boost, 3.6 to 4.x GHz Base
  • Phoenix SKUs: Ryzen 9 7980HS: 8c/16t, 12 CU, Ryzen 9 7900HS: 8c/16t, 12 CU, Ryzen 7 7800HS: 8c/16t, 12 CU, Ryzen 5 7600HS: 6c/12t, 6 CU, 100-000000709-23_N
  • Phoenix Ryzen 5 7640U is 6c/12t, 6 MB L2, 16 MB L3, 3.5 GHz base, 4.9 GHz boot, RX 760M iGPU with 8 CU / 512 cores #
  • No support for PCIe 5.0 #
  • Ryzen 7040: 20 Gen 4 lanes from the CPU, plus 4 for the chipset #
  • Memory support: DDR5-5600, LPDDR5-7600, higher with overclocking #
  • iGPU: Radeon 780M, based on RDNA3, 12 CU, 768 cores, same dual-issue as Navi 31, up to 2.9 GHz #
  • Radeon 780M offers performance comparable to GeForce GTX 1650 #
  • DisplayPort 21, HDMI 2.1, AV1 encode #
  • 4 nm TSMC EUV, 178 mm², 25 billion transistors #
Unfortunately, "DP 2.1" doesn't say much anymore. Almost everything it adds is an optional feature.
 
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any thoughts in the future to add monitors/oled /vesa/DP/HDMI/ etc?
 
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Unfortunately, "DP 2.1" doesn't say much anymore. Almost everything it adds is an optional feature.
You sure you are not confusing it with HDMI 2.1

I mean sure first gen DP 2.1 will not utilize the full bandwidth (there is no need for it yet either) but i have not seen any controversy around it's requirements.
 
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Hmm, my vote is against this. Once out of the PC case, one can easily "slide" out of the computer and start with home appliances. TVs, stoves with oven, dishwashers. :)

i agree, until you mentioned dishwashers.. i started using one last year (occasionally) when the second half somehow thought it was acceptable to mention i don't help out enough lol
 

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You sure you are not confusing it with HDMI 2.1

I mean sure first gen DP 2.1 will not utilize the full bandwidth (there is no need for it yet either) but i have not seen any controversy around it's requirements.
I think it's a little less messy than HDMI 2.1, but the lack of a mandate for UHBR means you can actually get a monitor that's DP 2.1 compliant, but offers basically none of the things DP 2.1 makes possible :(
See: https://tftcentral.co.uk/articles/a...rds-cables-and-areas-of-confusion-and-concern
 
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