It was a maximum stretch, but 3090 is a 350w GPU and I said 400w+
With undervolting it can be a 300w GPU.
At this point I have enough of all those leaks :P
But I hope this one is true, as I won't buy a GPU which takes 400w+
Sounds like you really want them to fail with ZEN4 somehow lol, tbh I don't see it happening this time around but we'll see I guess..
Nah, DDR5 alone will provide at least 10% more performance, let alone AMD improvements and tweaks for ZEN4.
About 5800x3D, I could care less about...
At least 5800x3D saw bigger performance increases than 5% in games compared to its older brothers, and it wasn't due to just changing RAM from...
Well I would expect 7000 freaking MHz and 30CL to make a difference over 4000-4800Mhz lol
And buying new platform this year ofc I would choose...
Why not test with DDR4 3600MHz CL14 or 4000MHz? Changes are too small? Aw.. xD
Switching to consoles just because UE4 games stutter? To have that medium details and no control over most options? Never! :P (UE4 stutter sucks...
No BSOD's here, and I do need HDMI drivers to send audio to my Denon receiver.
Yup, all latest available firmware (1014.1) drivers etc - no change
What's interesting is that it only happens when surfing the net, never when...
Why no HDMI v2.0 instead of v2.1 for QHD 240Hz model? Other specs looks good I will consider it as my current Samsung G7 (QHD) drives me nuts with...
Is there x16AA in the first place? xD Why not use ultra settings when you have 3090+, that's the real question :P
Try Far Cry 6 @Ultra setting, RT On, 4K and HD DLC pack active, game can stutter even on 11-12GB cards, smooth on 16GB+
''The RTX 4080 will feature a reasonable TGP of 420W''
Maybe for 4090 it would be ''reasonable'', but for 4080 max should be 350w-380w.
''is there any solution ??''
Yeah, grab SSD, at least for OS and new games XD
Theadripper was still faster so..
Anyway, soon AMD will officially support avx-512 in consumer CPU's so yeah :)
I have 12900K with latest Asus...
Another driver with random Windows event viewer errors, 512.95 are super stable for me, so will stay with them for a while.
I will just go with anything that will be at least 30% faster than 3090 but won't eat more than 350-390w
Nah, but for now it looks like RTX 4000 might be another Fermi tho.. lol
RTX 4090 Ti most likely will be a 550w GPU, as RTX 3090 Ti consumes 100w...