Performance doesn't scale linearly with the number of cores. The 3090 has 20% more cores than the 3080, but is only 10% faster.
If I read that wall of text slowly, Hopper will be out by the time I finish.
At the end of the day, I care about progress. Ampere isn’t that...
Like I said, you're being suckered by the name. Read this again, slowly:
The 3070 is what the 3080 should've been. The 3080 is what the 3080 Ti...
Turing pricing was an aberration. Ampere returns to the more traditional pricing strategy.
Which, as mentioned before, is inflated by comparing a 104 chip to a 102 chip. The 2080 Ti also looks favorable next to the 1080, or the 1080 Ti...
Then your overclock is unstable. Degradation over time happens and is natural, especially if you're at the edge of stability. Some games are more...
3090 isn't much faster than 3080, only 10% better on average at 4K.
Yeah, the video didn't test any game that was heavily muli-threaded, or that wasn't already GPU-limited at 1080p. Most of those were light eSports...
Yeah. The old Xbox One X already has 12GB of unified GDDR5, which is more than any gaming card has for its VRAM.
I thought we were talking about the the P750DM, not the P775DM-G.
The board shape and component layout are not the same. I think there is a language barrier here.
260-pin DDR4 SODIMM
What standard MXM-B form factor 1080 and 2080 cards are there?
MXM-B refers to a specific standard form factor, not just the connector, and these are not standard to my knowledge.
Unreliable. @mirage_bg had one and it died on him.
It uses the VKRay extension over DX11 to allow hardware accelerated ray tracing.
FS2020, Crysis Remastered, and FC5 aren't particularly well threaded, but the other games, and the aforementioned Battlefield V, scale really well...
And only native (in-game) implementations at that. So the driver profiles used to enable SLI in DX11/OGL and older games will no longer work on...
FS2020, Crysis Remastered, Ubisoft open-world games (WD2, AC Origins/Odyssey, FC5), KCD.
The Dunning-Kruger Effect is strong with this one.
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