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    Do you think it is a yield issue or a potential one for the 8 core CCX chips? Maybe they are trying hoard them for epyc?
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    Quote Originally Posted by chew* View Post
    I like the 5800x i just think it's price point makes the 3900x a better value.
    I get a better price from my supplier than retailers, so it was an easy buy for me. Paid $420.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zanzabar View Post
    Do you think it is a yield issue or a potential one for the 8 core CCX chips? Maybe they are trying hoard them for epyc?
    I doubt that is even a thing tbh.

    typically speaking the dies before they even make it onto a pcb are binned and of course they bin down so anything we get on desktop did not make the cut for enterprise.

    It's rather simple, AMD is the performance leader now so they can charge whatever they want. If anything i'm not complaining about 5800x price its more like I feel like they just priced 5900/5950 to low and it's going to steal market share from 5800x. The gap between 6-8-12-16 isn't very linear price wise so much so that I see no room for the rumored 10 core variant ( big grain of salt there ).

    Anyway to break it down

    5600 $300
    5800 $450 2 cores cost $150 more
    5900 $550 4 cores cost $100 more
    5950 $800 4 cores cost $250 more

    Basically the cost per core makes 0 sense whatsoever.

    What would make alot more sense is

    5600 $300
    5800 $400 2 cores cost $100 more
    5900 $600 4 cores cost $200 more
    5950 $800 4 cores cost $200 more

    Making every core pricing linear and worth $50 per core to AMD.

    Current pricing the only chip that makes sense to buy is the 5900 as it's the best value by far.

    Current pricing the 5800x is the least value by far.
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    Quote Originally Posted by msimax View Post
    6800xt 3ghz
    I was looking at the GPU-z Pixel fillrate.
    The 6800 Xt is showing 288.0 Gpixel/s While a RTX 3090 shows 189.8Gpixel/s That card isn't anywhere near that near fast. it's 7% slower on 1920 x 1090 10% slower on 2560 x 1440 and 15% slower on 3840 x 2160, this is based of Techpowerup's review
    how the hell is does it have 50% more fill rate and end up slower? That can't be the rite fill rate for the card if it's consistently slower on every metric, and that's with out RTRT on.
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    I dunno in reviews I read it won in many things at 1080 1440 lost @ 4k.

    Hands on with it just fooling around in some games and it's not a best case scenario with a 9900K the 6800xt is pretty damn fast. I've commonly seen this particular card running at 2.4+ auto
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    Quote Originally Posted by demonkevy666 View Post
    I was looking at the GPU-z Pixel fillrate.
    The 6800 Xt is showing 288.0 Gpixel/s While a RTX 3090 shows 189.8Gpixel/s That card isn't anywhere near that near fast. it's 7% slower on 1920 x 1090 10% slower on 2560 x 1440 and 15% slower on 3840 x 2160, this is based of Techpowerup's review
    how the hell is does it have 50% more fill rate and end up slower? That can't be the rite fill rate for the card if it's consistently slower on every metric, and that's with out RTRT on.
    Pixel fill rate is going to be raw math. The amd cards have always been drastically more powerful in raw power. They have been 1.5-2x more since they were both unified shaders.
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    I have to say launch public drivers this time around are so far for me bug free.


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    That is a nice looking build
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    Quote Originally Posted by chew* View Post
    I dunno in reviews I read it won in many things at 1080 1440 lost @ 4k.

    Hands on with it just fooling around in some games and it's not a best case scenario with a 9900K the 6800xt is pretty damn fast. I've commonly seen this particular card running at 2.4+ auto
    Seems ok with out Raytracing.
    it's a bit of conidium their in comparing to 2080 Ti which has less Overall Rasterization compared to RX 6800 XT But and First gen Raytracing like RX 6800 XT
    Then trying to compare to RTX 30 series you got about the same Rasterization but second Gen Raytracing.
    Looks like They just need more Ray accelerators on it over all ( techpower list 6800 Xt as having 60 ray accelerators when I'm pretty sure it has 72 ray accelerators) The Ray Accelerators seem to be part of the CU's

    Quote Originally Posted by zanzabar View Post
    Pixel fill rate is going to be raw math. The amd cards have always been drastically more powerful in raw power. They have been 1.5-2x more since they were both unified shaders.
    is that based of simple math only?
    Or some kind unique code?

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    That is a nice looking build
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