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post #31 of 34 (permalink) Old 01-23-2020, 05:54 PM
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I would love to see PCIE 5.0 increase to that 75W limit.
What do you mean to that limit? They can power a Radeon VII so they are definitely already delivering 75w per slot.


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post #32 of 34 (permalink) Old 01-23-2020, 07:53 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by epic1337 View Post
power limit has something to do with safety issues with pin-contacts being too small/few for higher power delivery.
so if theres any increase that can happen, it'll mean a drastic overhaul on the slot itself, possibly making it not backwards compatible.
Yeah, I would still like to see being able to power more than 75w off a slot some time in the future.

@wannabe ...the "to" was a typo...I'd like to see more than 75w be available to GPUs...ie being able to run more than just low end w/o cables.
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Because both systems run the x86-64 bit instruction set. They do the same thing. If you can get a gaming quality CPU, GPU, Power supply, case, and ram for $500, why buy something less powerful for more money? That's the joy of mass production, they can get the units made for cheap. If they want anything else to sell, people need a reason to buy it. Nvidia's RTX release never had competition with the console market.

Windows 10 can already do everything that an Xbox does. If an Xbox has better hardware, is it that big of a stretch to think that windows 10 could be loaded on it and it could work as a desktop computer? P.S. Windows 10 ain't all that. Any OS could be used, the only question is how hard it is to get working drivers. Gotta love AMD...

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win10 probably isn't the first thing to go onto the first cracked xbox/ps5

i don't see that side of things changing much.

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