why are they comparing retail prices to manufacturer price?
the APU used in PS4, while it only costs $100 from a manufacturer's point, it'd be well above $200 if it was retailed as a desktop or laptop APU.
why? because its far larger than their standard APU, although it came with jaguar cores, furthermore it comes with 40CUs which is more than a standard Polaris chip.
if AMD did release a Scorpio "barebones" board, i'm willing to bet that it'd cost at least $300 at retail price.
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Last edited by epic1337; 04-25-2019 at 08:36 AM.