GPU's may only exist on the high end in a few years.
Well, they are not supplying the gaming sector, but definitely fill a needed nitch.
Looks nice. Not 2000+ nice though.
MicroCenter is great, but not very useful to make comparisons with....even in the US.
There are few stores and no online sales. Nice for those...
This are technically different cards I suppose, so the will have market "value" MSRPs I am sure.
Miss out on a $50 discount.... shucks.
@chispy Need to test of of these.
I will send one too, though it's an old game and likely not a priority.
Is that not minimal though?
They should have a middle option.
Or even better, a set of selections to add with check boxes.
Well, it's a nice picture.
Well... At least one is buying a water cooled overpriced card.
^^ Yup. Covid19 has been a big chunk of the increase in demand.
It's kind of like building a computer around your cooler.
hmm.. they could cool my Mini Cooper S.
There should be an industry standard all follow.
Looks like they snipped 2 cores from the I9 and enabled PCIe 4 at about the same performance as the gen before.
Then raised the price for the...
AMD might not have much choice with what Apple is doing buying up all of TSMC's volume.
Intel will probably be "righted" in a couple of year...
I think it needs to sink in for a bit. :)
So now it's more expensive for the miners.
New games may need to make adjustments to gpu requirements. If the base them on new gen GPUs, not many...
You may also want to check your PSU.
A much cheaper fix with great availability.
I hope this tech slips down to my Vega 64. I would at least like to fiddle with it.
I am not optimistic on either count. Still, I interested to...