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Fr3dweiser Nov 9
Replying to @BitsAndChipsEng
Is this a true picture? :)
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Bits And Chips - Eng Nov 9
Replying to @fr3dweiser
Yep. :)
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Szymon Wenerski Nov 9
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and NUC's/Mac Mini's ;)
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ame Nov 9
Replying to @BitsAndChipsEng
when you had wondering where all the HBM stocks went.
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Miran P. AKRAM Nov 9
Replying to @BitsAndChipsEng
Wow that's soon when can we see them on notebooks?
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Bits And Chips - Eng Nov 9
Replying to @Miran_P_akram
I hope before Xmas.
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Miran P. AKRAM Nov 9
Replying to @BitsAndChipsEng
That's great but I don't think this will fit in 13 inch ultrabooks unless it's heavily throttled, with so many power phases on this test board.
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Bits And Chips - Eng Nov 9
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スリーDS Nov 9
Replying to @BitsAndChipsEng
what kind of GPU performance can I expect? RX 550 level or higher?
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Bits And Chips - Eng Nov 9
Replying to @suriiDS
Rx285 level, at least!
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スリーDS Nov 9
Replying to @BitsAndChipsEng
you mean, at least Tonga level? Now that's pretty high
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HS Nov 9
Replying to @BitsAndChipsEng
it is obvious which of these silicon chips are the best, its the Intel one. Its most shiny. No other argument needed.
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HS Nov 9
if 1050Ti - 1060 gap is the aim, then expect minus 10-15% on that (cuz AMD, cuz GCN), then you got your GPU. Personally, i'd bet between 380X and 390 perf. A XBOX 1X polaris chip is few % above a 390X
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Bits And Chips - Eng Nov 9
Replying to @revertice @suriiDS
It depends by drivers. Vega docet. ;)
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HS Nov 9
eh, not really. Tonga (285) = 280 = 380 = GTX 960 not that great for 1080p AAA... for MMOs, MOBAs, sure, its good. But Intel is targeting AAA, and i believe they are fully capable of reaching that. This is why i personally think it will be between 380X and 390 perf
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HS Nov 9
Iv'e been a long time Radeon user (Crossfire setups since 2012), i know what Radeon drivers can and cannot offer in terms of drivers. for DX11, and early DX12, there is room for drivers to improve. 2-3 years from now, it will be mostly game developers responsible for perf.
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HS Nov 9
Also, this intel GPU is polaris. We know that much. No chance of it being VEGA, AMD would never sell their latest tech. Polaris has pretty mature drivers, we also know what to expect w/custom drivers, due to PS4 Pro and XBOX 1X. Both custom polaris.
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Jens Bakker Nov 9
Replying to @BitsAndChipsEng
This is one strong power delivery, scared of something, intel? :)
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Jens Bakker Nov 9
GTX 950m level, so about gt 1030 or RX 550 level, yes
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