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Cheshire Merc Cat
Interested in computer hardware and software engineering.
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Cheshire Merc Cat 4h
Replying to @GameMax_UK
Depends. If it's a casual game or one I can play with my eyes closed then sure.
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Cheshire Merc Cat 4h
So Naples 180W is all core boost?
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Cheshire Merc Cat 5h
Replying to @spec_v2 @SWenerski
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Cheshire Merc Cat 5h
Similar on definitions*
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Cheshire Merc Cat 5h
For desktop. Server chips are similar no on definitions no?
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Cheshire Merc Cat 6h
But I love my HPC monsters lul 128c 500W is cool and all, but how about 128c 1000W? :D
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Cheshire Merc Cat 6h
I want a 500W HPC SKU >:(
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VideoCardz.com 10h
Sapphire preparing two Radeon Navi models for July 7th launch
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The Onion 24h
In Major Blow To Sony’s Upcoming PlayStation 5, Microsoft Announces PlayStation 6
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Cheshire Merc Cat May 20
We don't know if that's a special HPC SKU. Charlie said Rome goes up to 250W.
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Cheshire Merc Cat May 20
No TDP was given for it, we just know it from an HPC system that accidentally leaked specs.
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Cheshire Merc Cat May 20
Replying to @FPiednoel
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Cheshire Merc Cat May 20
Replying to @kokolordas @Dayman58
Where's my 1K then, I thought I was crowned the official AMD shill on the NVIDIA discord >:(
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Cheshire Merc Cat May 20
And then Lisa comes on stage declaring it's 3GHz at 120W
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Cheshire Merc Cat May 20
Replying to @dcominottim @spec_v2
3 years with an S5 didn't result in this. Quality AMOLED panels are good enough for phones.
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Cheshire Merc Cat May 19
He learned that from :P
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Cheshire Merc Cat May 19
Shekels is used jokingly outside of Israel to refer to currency in general.
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Cheshire Merc Cat May 19
Replying to @dylan522p
Maybe? Not enough data to go on.
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Cheshire Merc Cat May 19
Replying to @dylan522p
I'm wondering what's the power hit involved though. Compressing and decompressing data from something as hotly accessed as an L2 cache is probably quite expensive power wise.
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Cheshire Merc Cat May 19
Replying to @jkampman
Keep PC up to date, if the PC is old recommend an upgrade to the incredibly cheap Ryzen's available right now.
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