By this time next year you'll need a dedicated 120v / 15a breaker just for your NVIDIA video card.
When will we need 3 phase power just to plug in our gpu's?
That last sentence is pure marketing gibberish.
I'll imagine what it's like to use this video card.
Just like I imagine what it's like to fly through outer space without a spacesuit.
...and it only costs $4,999.99? With the impurity-free, lagless, unicorn-fur-insulated cables it's $7,999.99? Upgrade to the cable-free version...
That reminds me. I'd better blast all the dust from the fans on my old, aging, yet active video card. Must delay any massive coronary on the old...
So Grandma Videocard must wait at least another year before retiring.
Hopefully she survives that long. It'll be tough pulling her out of the...
What is the power usage comparison?
I've actually considered upgrading to a 5700g just to get dual outs without massive clock increases, power usage, and hurricane fans.
They're bringing back 3dfx Glide, but as an adult lubricant.
When I built my current machine last January I thought I'd hang onto the video card and wait for the first mid-range AMD ray-tracing cards this...
My local store added the 6700XT to their list today with absolutely no notice or fanfare.
They are all priced between $750 to $1030.
I've had bluetooth headset disconnect issues since I flashed to ComboAM4PIV2 220.127.116.11.
With an Intel Wi-fi 6 AX200 in an m2 slot, the main headset...
..and what are the fines when they release a game like Wolfenstein in a country like Germany?
I don't see the "Windows DX12" part on either chart.
That was fast. (pun intended?)
I've looked into this several times but never tried it. I guess bcache would be the better option.
Does it have Blast Processing, too?
So Intel SGX Security was removed? Due to....? Wasn't that vulnerable to some sort of attack?
Goddamnit. I said NO FARTING ON THE PRODUCTION LINE!
Can I get 4k resolution and 240fps out of these headphones?
Do they support raytracing?