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post #11 of 49 (permalink) Old 01-14-2019, 12:37 AM
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How about SRIOV?

AMD same as Nvidia cuts out all the "cool" features that enthusiasts would find interesting and leaves them to workstation/server cards only and asks even 10x price for those at times.

The US government business manipulation/wars are endless. Too scared and paranoid anyone else will be better by a hair. Well guess what, they already are, everything is made in China thanks to western governments not protecting local investments into manufacturing. China right now is on dark side of the moon, literally. Meanwhile US's space program is dead very dead, taken over by private sector. Forcing these blockades, tarifs and what not only hurts the one who issues them. Manufacturing of electronics will not move back to US because there is no "back", it was never made there (modern electronics, phones, PC parts, ...), they penalize imports from China... well they move to Vietnam, Taiwan, ... any nearby country that has a decent logistics connection so that they can keep using the same distribution channels and partners in south east Asia.
The technological fear of leaking anything from US is unreal, blocking specific technologies and even access to them in US itself if you want to work on them.

ironically the US has one of the largest landmass to contribute for productions, taiwan in comparison isn't even as large as one state of america's.

trolling an adult is very dangerous, don't try it at home nor at work. you don't want to play tag with a rabid man.
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post #12 of 49 (permalink) Old 01-14-2019, 03:13 AM
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They should start making chips big again, stop this endless downsizing!
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They should start making chips big again, stop this endless downsizing!
Bring on the V100 gaming cards! I'm sure the price will be reasonable.

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When I was trying to get a figure how to build simple and cheap machine for bruteforcing I used 4x 7970s 100 dollars each, 1000Glops Doubleprecision each. Single 7979 is capable of 10k password attempts on locked ZIP file, and when i knew it was password with 12 digits, it broke it in 1 minute.

6000gflops in Double Precision would do that in 10 seconds, 4 cards will do that in 2.5...

It would be way to cheap to have that kind of bruteforce sold to random customers in hundrets of cards...

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Bring on the V100 gaming cards! I'm sure the price will be reasonable.
That's called a Titan V

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Well, damn. Got me all excited here for a moment.
FP64-enabled Radeon VII would have been a kick-ass replacement for my quad-Titan Black HPC rig.
Oh well.

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That's called a Titan V
I thought the Titan V wasn't a gaming card?
Either way, subliminal point is the die size doesn't matter. 2080TI>V and it does it with a smaller die.

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I thought the Titan V wasn't a gaming card?
Either way, subliminal point is the die size doesn't matter. 2080TI>V and it does it with a smaller die.
Volta/Turing weren't designed for gaming just Like Vega 20 wasn't designed for gaming. Doesn't mean they can't game if they have game ready drivers like the Titan V.

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