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  • LordEC911's Avatar
    20th August 2018, 05:06 AM
    LordEC911 replied to a thread Nvidia Turing in GPUs
    What numbers are you using for HBM2? The GamerNexus numbers from launch that weren't even accurate at that time? The fact that you are talking...
    14 replies | 1678 view(s)
  • french toast's Avatar
    20th August 2018, 04:47 AM
    You raise a good point...you don't get something for nothing, meaning by increasing frequency margins they will have to sacrifice power/leakage?...
    3 replies | 100 view(s)
  • JeeBee's Avatar
    20th August 2018, 02:23 AM
    I wonder what iterative improvements Intel can get out of this process at this stage, and what the trade offs and risks are. I imagine faster...
    3 replies | 100 view(s)
  • Zizy's Avatar
    20th August 2018, 02:16 AM
    I would prefer AMD simply ignores DDR5 and to go for LPDDR5 for the next platform. Server guys might be a bit pissed, but if AMD increases number of...
    35 replies | 3704 view(s)
  • Seronx's Avatar
    20th August 2018, 02:05 AM
    Mind you SoftMachines was bought in September 2016. If lets say they dropped everything and switched to Intel tools. March 2019 is when we should...
    3 replies | 100 view(s)
  • french toast's Avatar
    20th August 2018, 01:18 AM
    So Intel have 'confirmed' that Cascadelake will be using a 14nm process version 'beyond' 14nm++..and that Cooperlake will be using a version of 14nm...
    3 replies | 100 view(s)
  • testbug00's Avatar
    19th August 2018, 04:02 PM
    testbug00 replied to a thread Nvidia Turing in GPUs
    I just want to point out 20% higher cost than HBM2 means 3x+ the price of 8GBps GDDR5. So supposedly Nvidia is launching consumer cards with 4x+...
    14 replies | 1678 view(s)
  • DCO's Avatar
    19th August 2018, 01:55 PM
    DCO replied to a thread Nvidia Turing in GPUs
    Only 20% more expensive than GDDR5? Not sure what are they smoking. GDDR5 is 10 years old technology, currently uses a 3 year older and a cheaper...
    14 replies | 1678 view(s)
  • LordEC911's Avatar
    19th August 2018, 10:44 AM
    LordEC911 replied to a thread Nvidia Turing in GPUs
    That's cost to manufacture, not what people are actually paying for the ICs. Micron's 8Gb GDDR6 is on their 16nm node and they haven't announced...
    14 replies | 1678 view(s)
  • DylRicho's Avatar
    19th August 2018, 09:58 AM
    Holy s**t. I really hate this forum software. Tried to edit a post on mobile, and no matter where you tap, it deletes it... --- So, I'll type...
    35 replies | 3704 view(s)
  • testbug00's Avatar
    19th August 2018, 09:13 AM
    To bad AMD couldn't do anything like a x399+ or a new chipset which unlocks those features...
    35 replies | 3704 view(s)
  • testbug00's Avatar
    19th August 2018, 09:08 AM
    testbug00 replied to a thread Nvidia Turing in GPUs
    It was 20% over GDDR5. https://www.gamersnexus.net/industry/3271-gddr6-slated-for-next-gen-nvidia-gpus-3-month-mass-production...
    14 replies | 1678 view(s)
  • laurent's Avatar
    19th August 2018, 08:01 AM
    The RT capability is not only software based. https://forum.beyond3d.com/posts/2039923/
    3 replies | 225 view(s)
  • french toast's Avatar
    19th August 2018, 07:23 AM
    That would be a bummer for sure if it was.
    3 replies | 225 view(s)
  • NTMBK's Avatar
    19th August 2018, 06:42 AM
    So you'd rather have AMD sandbag their performance by sticking on DDR4 when the competition might be using DDR5?
    35 replies | 3704 view(s)
  • LordEC911's Avatar
    19th August 2018, 05:22 AM
    If the die shots are reliable as well as the big tech journos articles... then the SM, RT core, and Tensor cores are all "independent" arrays. With...
    3 replies | 225 view(s)
  • Rigol's Avatar
    19th August 2018, 05:01 AM
    i just wonder why people jump so easily on typical intel sh*tpost mud throwing. intel is in full damage control, because they have no answer to amd...
    35 replies | 3704 view(s)
  • Kedas's Avatar
    19th August 2018, 03:34 AM
    1) Is it correct that a tensor core is an extra part next to each cuda core (not inside the cuda core) Although there aren't as many tensor cores as...
    3 replies | 225 view(s)
  • jeff's Avatar
    19th August 2018, 03:00 AM
    The AMD China SoC is using GDDR5 and likely does not having a HDMI 2.1 port, it has PS4 Pro performance and might be in other Game Consoles coming to...
    105 replies | 13733 view(s)
  • Kedas's Avatar
    19th August 2018, 02:43 AM
    It was launched in 2017 an I have always seen it as an at least 3 generations, 3 years socket. And I wouldn't be surprised if they support both...
    35 replies | 3704 view(s)
  • LordEC911's Avatar
    19th August 2018, 02:41 AM
    LordEC911 replied to a thread Nvidia Turing in GPUs
    Unofficial BOM estimations. Also categorized gross margin increases of the sole high-capacity GDDR6 manufacturer that actually has a supply. I...
    14 replies | 1678 view(s)
  • Seronx's Avatar
    19th August 2018, 01:45 AM
    Seronx replied to a thread AMD Navi on 7nm Information in GPUs
    There is some hints that Navi may pop up on two nodes: 12FDX and 7LP(EUV). Navi 12FDX replacing Lexa and Baffins. With this IP moving over to...
    934 replies | 122805 view(s)
  • sdlvx's Avatar
    18th August 2018, 11:25 AM
    Intel would switch sockets even when DDR and PCIe versions didn't change. If AMD only changes sockets for DDR versions, it's not that bad. It's a bit...
    35 replies | 3704 view(s)
  • Stuckey's Avatar
    18th August 2018, 11:21 AM
    Stuckey replied to a thread AMD Navi on 7nm Information in GPUs
    Not sure gamers will have much choice if Vega 20 isn't released as a gaming card ? Which I personally doubt it will be. As reaperrr says, you might...
    934 replies | 122805 view(s)
  • DylRicho's Avatar
    18th August 2018, 08:50 AM
    I would hope the super-ridiculously-expensive platforms last longer than 2 years. AM4 will. That would be no better than Intel.
    35 replies | 3704 view(s)
  • Kedas's Avatar
    18th August 2018, 07:18 AM
    It's confirmed for 7nm Vega I think so the Zen 2 7nm die(s) will most likely support it. This will just be a new chip-set on the same socket, for...
    35 replies | 3704 view(s)
  • reaperrr's Avatar
    18th August 2018, 05:13 AM
    reaperrr replied to a thread AMD Navi on 7nm Information in GPUs
    Except for CPU-limited situations, it's usually more like 30-40%, though 30% is more common than 40%. However, I expect the 2080 to land slightly...
    934 replies | 122805 view(s)
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