I am in, thanks!
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I am in, thanks!
This is Broadwell-EP, it is meant for servers only.
The build quality is probably terrible, but I quite like the design.
Too bad 1x 140mm radiator is the limit when it comes to water cooling.
Looks like a cheap plastic toy.
HD texture mod for the entire Skyrim game is under 1GB.
Unless it's an open world game, you don't need that much storage to keep the whole level in RAM. Besides, cutscenes and audio are the largest disk space offenders these days.
It would be utterly pointless and a waste of money.
The cache size matters as long as the working set (the currently accessed data + intermediate results) is larger [than the cache size]. The total size of your data is irrelevant.
Yeah, seems like the prices are doubled... May be better off shipping from the US.
Edit: just checked, ordering from the US is considerably cheaper, even after taxes.
And how would they continue making APUs in that case?
Given that Titan X has 3x the VRAM amount, Fury X is hardly in the same category...
Several titles already push close to 4 GB:
38%, 13% and 28% faster than 290X, respectively. Rather decent improvement.
Actually, doesn't memory have to be continuously powered at the same voltage level, as opposed to CPU/GPU?
I am also not sure if GPUs can power gate individual chips...
There may be a decent...
If ASUS can't afford to have decent soundcard drivers, I doubt PowerColor can.
980 Ti has the same MSRP as 780 at launch, and $50 cheaper than 780 Ti. Seems reasonably fair.
980 at its current price is a rip-off, though.
Please tell me you are joking.
Hm, I haven't realized that. Good point.
On a side note, this is an EX platform for mission-critical servers. We should see its HEDT counterpart a year earlier.
The roadmap points at Q3 2017. That's two years away... Also, still PCI-E 3.0, huh?
This will clearly help them regain the lost marketshare... :rolleyes:
You're going to have to post some links because all I see so far is unfounded opinions.
I hope not, it will be ancient by Q3 2016...
Why would you want to doodle on web pages?