Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Jun 16, 2015.
holy mother of god
dual fiji is in it
The best overclocker i ever had was a 2500+ AXP Mobile CPU.
They are usually binned, and are sometimes the best chips.
They could have a full watercooled system, PSU included.
that is a 4x120mm rad
Your's lucky, I had AXP2200+ (1800MHz) Thoroughbred which did not OC over 1823MHz, maybe Samsung memory could not take fsb OC.
And my mobile Sempron 3000 (1800MHz too, just lower cache) notebook did not even have ability to OC.
Ya project Quantum looks cool.
Cool video, thanks
It was a 1866MHz Barton, which wen to 2.6GHz iirc on water with a 1-A cooling block and a eheim 1200lph pump, on a 240mm radiator.
edit : And a Stellar NF2 chipset i think. They were the shiz-nits. I lapped mine and put a 1/2in thich slab of copper and swirly fins/threads from swiftech i believe.
True that. As things get clearer and clearer we might be looking at a healthy gpu market ahead.
My thing was, that it did not even post at higher clock. Something simply did not sit well together. Had top MB from MSI back then, it had even Bluetooh and Firewire.
Cousin had AXP1800 (palomino core), it did run hotter so he did not even try to OC.
But still I liked that CPU a lot.
Iish that powerbrick is almost as big as the PC itself.. :3eyes:
Welcome back AMD/ATI, you been gone far to long!
It looks watercooled....
The real battle will be next years 2016-2017.
16nm chips & HBM2 memory.
Lisa Su has bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate degrees in electrical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Think about it: efficiency and power cpu/gpu.
And now back to the wait for the G3D review of Fury/X. I don't think I'd buy one but I do like the aesthetic of Quantum.
The jump from 28nm to 16/14nm will be enough.
Someone should find a pic which shows the density gain.
She's definitely impressive, but it really doesn't mean much. Hector Ruiz also had a PhD in Electrical Engineering, and he's responsible for the gigantic **** storm AMD is in at the moment.
Also HBM and this card was long in development before she came around. That being said, I think she's going to be good for the company. She seems to have her head in the game and is thinking more about the technology side of things instead of the business side.
TSMC 16nm : Twice the gate density. X2 Space. (prob. ~7000 shaders give or take a few hundred)
40% more performance, at the same power consumtion. (ie. 275W).
Samsung 14nm seems to be about the same 40% perf and power consumption.
Not from recent sources though, so they could both be better, and 14m has the slight process edge, maybe depending on gate first or gate last by either of the foundries.
I really hope that this Project Quantum and Dual Fiji Card leads to serious effort in improving their drivers, specifically in multi GPU support.
Thats all that matters now.
We'll see end of july.
Erh.. i had to go right before they revealed the card. So.. did they show any benchmarks?