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So just did some digging around and quick math.

I'm highly suspect of the rumor of the 5900XT being double the size of the 5700XT now without some substantial downclocking being involved.

The 5700XT has a 225 watt TDP, so if you double it's size you would likely end up with at best a 350+ watt TDP which is getting out of control pretty quickly.


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So just did some digging around and quick math.

I'm highly suspect of the rumor of the 5900XT being double the size of the 5700XT now without some substantial downclocking being involved.

The 5700XT has a 225 watt TDP, so if you double it's size you would likely end up with at best a 350+ watt TDP which is getting out of control pretty quickly.
Meh 2080ti 250w tdp gets exceeded in gaming in the neighborhood of 280w and peaks all the way up to 360w. 350w.....doesn't bother me
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Meh 2080ti 250w tdp gets exceeded in gaming in the neighborhood of 280w and peaks all the way up to 360w. 350w.....doesn't bother me
I'm just fine with it too, but I have doubts about them putting out a 350+ TDP GPU. If I recall, the highest single GPU TDP from AMD (acronyms!) was 275 watts.


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It will be what it will be.
As maltamonk implied, the power draw from the 2080ti doesn't bring any attention as mentioned...don't care.
So will be the 5800/5900 series.
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Meh 2080ti 250w tdp gets exceeded in gaming in the neighborhood of 280w and peaks all the way up to 360w. 350w.....doesn't bother me
I was just watching the GN video with tin looking at LLC on the 2080ti KP. just changing LLC levels it was peaking like 380w with aggressive LLC?

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I also recall a huge campaign against ATI "driver sucks" threads on all the major forums that was speculated to be the direct result of Nv Focus Group(s). Just before the release of the 5000 series.


As it stands right now these parts are rumored to have:
Die sizes close to and exceed twice the size of 5700.
It will beat Nvidia at ray tracing.
Cost around less then $1000 or so.
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Meh 2080ti 250w tdp gets exceeded in gaming in the neighborhood of 280w and peaks all the way up to 360w. 350w.....doesn't bother me
290x was 250w. What did the 295x2 run at? I imagine that most are going to dump power into Navi to get the game clocks close to the boost clocks as they can, performance and power consumption will both increase.

What I'm looking for is a gpu that will feel like an upgrade and not a sidegrade from a 1080ti. I was thinking 2080ti+25% would do the trick, and more is better. And it should be able to show me the great majority of eyecandy in games.

It would be regrettable, but still acceptable to have to pump about 800w combined (with cpu and other stuff added) into my pc to get this. I did that when I put 300+ hours into W3 @4k60 with a couple of maxed out 780tis and I had to leave the door to my room open with a fan in the door to not have runaway air temps. I still have a 1300G2 in my rig so I can handle the watts, but all else being equal I would prefer to just use 500w total gaming.

Even so, if there is a big Navi that can keep up with a hypothetical 2080ti super (raytracing included) with about the same amount of vram for about the same price I would be pretty tempted to get one. Especially if that talk of Navi being able to stay busy easier than GCN translates into alleviating the issues GCN has with poor multicore cpu usage in games not made for good cpu multicore.

Navi seems like it will age the best of the current gpu options. But if Intel comes out with a gpu that performs to my stated criteria, I would probably go with that.

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I'm just fine with it too, but I have doubts about them putting out a 350+ TDP GPU. If I recall, the highest single GPU TDP from AMD (acronyms!) was 275 watts.
That's not a problem, the Vega 64 LC TBP was 375w. Even my Radeon VII pulls around 350w+ since I have the PL set to +50%

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