I feel the need to point out after the recent posts regarding ASICs that all ASIC means is application-specific integrated circuit. AKA, anything that's in a die, not reconfigurable (à la FPGA) and cannot be bought off the shelf and its technical/design documentation obtained from a google search or a datasheet database.
A power supply that makes power supply noises.
Some people behave like designing a super high frequency full bridge SMPS that does not have the slightest harmonic component inside the audible spectrum is something you accomplish by being an armchair engineer alone.
And then there's high pitched noises in high framerate games... I don't remember the last GPU I've owned that didn't exhibit this. That's right, because all of them did.
Missed the point, it is locked down because it's the very first implementation of HBM, understandably AMD doesn't want an assload of RMAs because of blown memory subsystems, only because HBM stacks don't like to be overclocked.
I find it quite funny.
KG says AMD took their review sample because they say AMD sucks, yet the first thing they do when AMD takes their review sample is to post an article preaching how much AMD sucks.