Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Nov 30, 2020.
No reason for RGB on these cards, as they are invisible
Yes that's correct. They didn't order it explicitly but they received cards from them because powercolor offered them directly.
Sometimes manufacturers also approach to shops with direct buyout offers. It then depends on the shop if they take it or leave it.
If this continues, Intel has an once in a lifetime chance to beat AMD and Nvidia at the same time, all they have to do is actually release a good GPU that people can actually buy!
I see a normal demand for a new gpu, can't figure why they (both) continue to say that they weren't expecting so much demand
they simply made no cards.
So... a tanning booth? I know those are typically just UV, but UV is what separates sunlight from just being in a brightly-lit room.
Let's just see if Intel can keep up with their own supply. They have contracted TSMC, after all. Either way, Intel releasing their own products from their own facilities will help spread out the demand. The extra competition ought to lower prices too.
Sure, that thing covers Solar radiation spectrum as well as would piano with one string cover subject which we call music.
I edited my post after you sent yours, but to reiterate: a tanning booth covers the spectrum that normal ordinary interior lights don't offer. Although UV light can damage our cells, it's also what helps us produce vitamin D.
Basically, what you want is a room full of incandescent bulbs (since they'll cover the IR to visible light spectrum, and the heat) and a few tanning booth lamps.
good guess, as Nvidia has sold Ampere directly to miners at "release".
over $175 million @ wholesale worth of cards at first day of release, all FE.
finaly getting my sapphire
rx 6800 after waiting 10 days for it
As I understand it that whole rumour stems from one site practically nobody's heard of who hint at it with an article behind a pay-to-view paywall.
Now that was funny
What can we do...if we can't find them at least let's laugh about it...
I think that I posted this with another occasion but...
Wow definitely a paper launch with that kind stock allocation.
It's almost funny that i got one , day one i didnt think so but looking right now i could resell it for about 800-900e ....
turns to AMD with a heavy menacing breath, "I find your lack of CARD disturbing."
I don't think large scale mining farms are buying any of the new GPUs in bulk. It makes no sense since the hashrate, power consumption, and especially price is not a good value at all for miners.
Yeah, because for some weird reason, people are getting cards.
like quarterly reports?