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Quote: Originally Posted by Particle View Post
I don't think I like anything about this product.
Well this product is built for professional users as Vega 1 and 2 were always designed to do, intensive compute. They've finally segmented their architecture for the professional and gaming applications. They tried a once size fits all approach which didn't work but made sense at the time for the cost saving of having to develop and fab one architecture for multiple market segments. With the heavy investments from Sony and Microsoft for console market to help with the R&D cost for gaming GPU's they had the means to create NAVI.
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So recent huge partnerships AMD has announced:
+Apple Mac Pro
+Microsoft Xbox
+Sony PlayStation
+Google Stadia
+USG Supercomputer
+Samsung RDNA

Nvidia:
+Film Laptops
+Film Software

More AMD products in the ecosystem = more optimization for AMD products.

Nvidia needs to up its game quickly...
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Quote: Originally Posted by Zam15 View Post
So recent huge partnerships AMD has announced:
+Apple Mac Pro
+Microsoft Xbox
+Sony PlayStation
+Google Stadia
+USG Supercomputer
+Samsung RDNA

Nvidia:
+Film Laptops
+Film Software

More AMD products in the ecosystem = more optimization for AMD products.

Nvidia needs to up its game quickly...
You're missing a lot from nVidia's list.

Nvidia:

Amazon AWS: https://aws.amazon.com/nvidia/ https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/aws/in-...vidia-t4-gpus/
Googe Cloud: https://cloud.google.com/blog/produc...ilable-in-beta
RedHat: https://www.redhat.com/en/blog/red-h...ated-workloads
Microsft Azure: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/bl...re-developers/
IBM: https://www.ibm.com/blogs/systems/in...th-nvidia-dgx/

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From my understanding Win10 hasn't or won't see a dual package gpu as 1. While Apple can. So here you go Apple...
I wonder if the same is true for Sony? If they can I don't see why they won't follow as Apple has done. That, IMHO, is the only way to get MS to get onboard with multi die gpus.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Zam15 View Post
So recent huge partnerships AMD has announced:
+Apple Mac Pro
+Microsoft Xbox
+Sony PlayStation
+Google Stadia
+USG Supercomputer
+Samsung RDNA

Nvidia:
+Film Laptops
+Film Software

More AMD products in the ecosystem = more optimization for AMD products.

Nvidia needs to up its game quickly...
That made me giggle.

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While others worry about another vega and can it beat Nvidia in games and what-not, some see how big this release can be, where the real money and power work. First we get Ryzen MCM chips w/infinity fabric, now we have HBM/GPU Infinity fabric. Exciting times ahead.
AMD had originally planned to utilize this multi-gpu joined with infinity fabric for NAVI but scrapped it due to lack of API/developer support (too complex for me, I just know it was on the software side supporting it) so that the two chips were seen as one big chip.

I'm sure AMD is pushing it pretty hard but it's gonna take a good amount of time for the software infrastructure to get implemented properly for it. Truth be told, I see this taking root as the norm before ray tracing cores ever do....


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Where are those crying foul for releasing a full die model after releasing a cut down VII like Nvidia does. /s


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Where are those crying foul for releasing a full die model after releasing a cut down VII like Nvidia does. /s [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/rolleyes.gif[/IMG]
I did at launch, the Mi60 and Mi50 were out before the Radeon VII.

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Where are those crying foul for releasing a full die model after releasing a cut down VII like Nvidia does. /s
who was crying about that? Last time AMD or Nvidia even released a full die big chip for consumers was, what? the Maxwell titan xp?


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Quote: Originally Posted by DNMock View Post
who was crying about that? Last time AMD or Nvidia even released a full die big chip for consumers was, what? the Maxwell titan xp?
Many people complained about NV gauging customers with continually newer, bigger chips. Titan XP, then 10080Ti with faster memory, then finally TXp all on the same physical chip.

And you know what /s means right?


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