- Feb 20, 2019
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|System Name||Bragging Rights|
|Processor||Atom Z3735F 1.33GHz|
|Motherboard||It has no markings but it's green|
|Cooling||No, it's a 2.2W processor|
|Video Card(s)||Gen7 Intel HD (4EU @ 311MHz)|
|Storage||32GB eMMC and 128GB Sandisk Extreme U3|
|Display(s)||10" IPS 1280x800 60Hz|
|Audio Device(s)||Apparently, yes|
|Power Supply||Samsung 18W 5V fast-charger|
|Mouse||MX Anywhere 2|
|Keyboard||Logitech MX Keys (not Cherry MX at all)|
|VR HMD||Samsung Oddyssey, not that I'd plug it into this though....|
|Software||W10 21H1, barely|
|Benchmark Scores||I once clocked a Celeron-300A to 564MHz on an Abit BE6 and it scored over 9000.|
From what I've heard, Navi 31 has an artifacting issue in silicon design that is patched/disabled and partly responsible for the lower-than-expected performance at launch, and also the reason why AMD had a separate branch of drivers for the first 3 months. They dropped everything else and tried to fix the issue which is also why there were no driver updates for prior-gen cards between December and February.I am waiting and hope that the 7800 XT is seeing the light of day this year and see the performance.
But I wouldn't buy any of the cards right now I will hold on to my PowerColor Radeon RX 6800 XT Red Devil it gives me the satisfaction at 1440p that the RX 6800, RTX 3070 and the RTX 3090 couldn't.
Navi32 and Navi33 have likely been postponed while they're sorting out the issue so the downside is that 7700XT and 7800XT might be a bit later than expected, but the upshot is that they ought to be faster than expected, when you consider that the 7900-series are slowed down by the software mitigations for the silicon design flaw. Source is MLID but he was quoting a discussion he had with one of AMD's manufacturing partners so I don't think it's BS.