Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Jul 15, 2022.
Can't have driver problems if there aren't any cards to use them with....
The midrange to upper midrange market is still really constrained for some reason.
The least expensive 3060 Ti right now on Newegg is still $470, and the least expensive 3050 is $300 with most around $330, and the least expensive 3060 is $399.
If Intel can supply enough A750 (> 3060) at $300 and the A770 (~3060 Ti/6700XT) in at say $399, they'll sell plenty of them. Price-wise the A750 would be competing against a 3050, and the A770 would be competing against the 3060. Nvidia and AMD might not even be able to match those prices at this point, as they're more subject to TSMC pricing which has reportedly gone up 20-30% in the last couple of years since those cards were released.
Probably ok with DX12, maybe ok with Vulcan in a couple of years, potentially never ok with anything older.
I can't trust Intel with power usage numbers when the load power usage difference itself between their and AMD CPUs is greater then than their stated TDP.
Perhaps GPU will be different story. CAD software may be another interesting area. It used to be fine-tuned for Intel CPUs, so it's likely that Arc cards will be a viable alternative to RTX.
Really liking those features.
May be better to actually hold out buying a 4000 series and see what Intel reviews do.
you know who makes the intel gpu dies, right ?
I missed Tom's video's , they are always so informative.
According to Ryan Shrout, the A780 doesn't exist.
Even IF the hardware had the performance to compete in the high-end or enthusiast segments, the drivers would prevent it in the short term.
Anyone that expected Intel to come out swinging at the 3080Ti or 3090/Ti, is living in a fantasy land. Maybe by the time Celestial is released, they'll have something, but no company is going to be able to compete with NVidia in every market with their first product series.
The best we can expect from Intel is something between 3060 and 3060 Ti performance, but releasing at the same time as nVidias RTX 4000 and AMD´s RX 7000.
When these Arch GPU release they will be almost low end GPUs.
Thing is that cards like rx7600 and rtx4060 wont be released by q1 2023. Intel still has a window here to release these cards and compete with 6000 and 40 series.
But during this time, they will be competing with the RTX 3000 and RX 6000.
And these have much better support from drivers and game features.
Hopefully this Intel GPU thing will just quietly go away, this is getting boring.
Knowing intel, they will probably butcher this card's performance with poor drivers and wrong timing.
I guess no, at 1440 the 3060 don't reach those value with RT on.
Funny thing is that all those tested games have dlss support. If they actually used it 3060 would outperform a750 by a large margin. Its a huge selling point for nvidia. And yeah, where is the xess? I hope they dont release Arc gpus without any game to test their upscaling.
Honestly they need to price this around like $250-280 in order for it to gain traction. They have lots of work to do with GPU drivers and right now GPU prices are in free-fall. The 6600xt is coming down to $300 price levels so it would make no sense to go for Intel without a huge price cut.