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  • jaxa
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    Originally posted by pinguinpc View Post

    If appears dont be pass 300us for 16gb will be good because now rx 6700/6700 xt stay more closer to 300us and have more horsepower according specs than RX 6600/7600

    Personally if amd give some liberty to manufacturers a RX 6700 non xt with 20gb of ram on 400us (or rx 6700xt with 24gb) will be very interesting


    They could probably get away with a $350-400 MSRP for a 7600 XT 16 GB.

    People have been worried about the 7600/7600 XT 8 GB MSRP being as high as what 6700/6700 XT are selling for now (new, USA). Which is currently about $280-330 on sale, meaning there is no point in waiting for these new cards to launch. Just grab a 6700 10 GB or 6700 XT 12 GB.

    Even if a 7600 XT does not match the 6700 XT in performance on average, a 16 GB version would have more VRAM, better ray-tracing, better efficiency, AV1 encode, etc.

    In addition to pricing of existing RDNA2 cards, now Nvidia's pricing is official, and it's pretty high. AMD is willing to undercut Nvidia, as they should, but by how much?

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  • discordian
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    Well, curious to see how the 780m will fare, with ddr5 there should be north of 100gb/s bandwidth.

    Some sff system based on that could be interesting for emus and older games (that don't use steam drm of course). Discrete graphics aren't feasible outside professional use at these prices. For games there are far better consoles than wintel or steam.

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  • billyswong
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    Originally posted by lilunxm12 View Post

    Anyone remember Fermi days GF100 was the flagship (and only asked $500) and GF104 was the sweet spot 60ti? Ever since GK104 680, the ship has sailed and could no longer go back, sigh
    You shall "thanks" for the crypto bubble.

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  • lilunxm12
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    Originally posted by avis View Post

    For a 4050 Ti, at most 4060 card - maybe.

    For 4060 Ti 16GB at $500 they look atrocious. This card is just 15%(!) faster in raster than 3060 Ti released two years ago at $400. That's the worst/lowest generational uplift for NVIDIA in roughly two decades. For 20% more price you get 15% more performance, after a two full nodes jump. This is a 122mm2 chip which should have never been called a XX60 Ti. That's a spit in the face. That's a rip off.

    The company is riding the DLSS 3.0 FG horse however all I can say is fuck it, I don't need artificial generated frames with an increased latency/input lag. And don't get me started that this is a 128bit PCIe4 x8 GPU. Everything about it screams 4050/4050 Ti.

    And don't get me started on how due to its limited bandwidth it will suck in 1440p/4K.

    This is not a 4060 Ti, this is a 4050 Ti in disguise sold for twice its actual performance.

    Too sad AMD doesn't want to intervene or compete. And some people dare call me an NVIDIA/Intel shill. What a disgrace to intelligence/common sense.
    Anyone remember Fermi days GF100 was the flagship (and only asked $500) and GF104 was the sweet spot 60ti? Ever since GK104 680, the ship has sailed and could no longer go back, sigh
    Last edited by lilunxm12; 19 May 2023, 05:56 AM.

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  • avis
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    Originally posted by drakonas777 View Post
    You are "defending" Intel, NVIDIA and Microsoft in this forum quite regularly.
    Citations needed. I've been accused of that a hundred times already without a single proof.

    Also "defending" is a very strong word. Being rational about companies and products is not "defending" them.

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  • SkyWarrior
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    I work with genome data and I sure need this 4060ti 16gb version. I don't want to pay too much for the L4000 or L5000 versions since they don't offer more for what I need (nvidia parabricks). No VGPU is supported so any desktop gpu is more than enough given it has at least 16gb VRAM. I might try fetching 2 or 4 of them depending on the price and stick them on a X299 or TRX40 motherboard. 25 minutes per genome analysis is sure a good thing (takes 24 hours on CPUs).

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  • drakonas777
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    Originally posted by avis View Post

    And some people dare call me an NVIDIA/Intel shill. What a disgrace to intelligence/common sense.
    A disgrace to intelligence/common sense is your implication that a single instance of critique can absolve someone from being generally biased. For example, I know several BMW fanboys who acknowledge specific problems regarding BMW products, but they are still biased fanboys nevertheless.

    You are "defending" Intel, NVIDIA and Microsoft in this forum quite regularly. Furthermore, most of the time you don't even provide any decent argument, but thrown ad-homs/stereotypes regarding open source enthusiasts instead, focusing on how they do not comply with your personal standards of how people should treat companies and products. For one reason or another you are obviously biased in your comments, because of your internal need to defend and rationalize specific brands.

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  • Grinness
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    Originally posted by avis View Post
    However twisting facts to make me a shill is kinda insincere, dishonest and scummy.
    The pot calling the kettle black ***


    *** is a proverbial idiom that may be of Spanish origin, of which English versions began to appear in the first half of the 17th century. It means a situation in which somebody accuses someone else of a fault which the accuser shares, and therefore is an example of psychological projection, or hypocrisy


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  • avis
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    Originally posted by andyprough View Post

    I don't think nvidia and Microsoft could love you any more than they already do - you need to be finding a way to monetize all that big tech proprietary love rather than spending your time here trolling a bunch of "zeroes".
    You think NVIDIA and Microsoft care about Linux? An OS with no desktop presence/market which doesn't even have a functional featureful display manager in 2023? Tell me how to enable HDR in Linux? Tell me how to enable display scaling with a single command (which works both for graphics output and console)? Tell me how install any random application from the net without compiling/chrooting/virtualization? You know something akin to downloading an exe and launching it?

    You really could have slowed down with your fanaticism and belief that enemies and shills are all around. Or welcome to Iran/North Korea/Russia - very nice countries which talk and act exactly like you. No one in the world cares about them yet inside them you'll find out that the entire world is your enemy.

    If you believe I'm shilling for proprietary companies you need to reexamine your logical skills or a lack of them. Windows is the desktop OS. NVIDIA so far has had the best graphics drivers (in terms of features, reliability and performance) for its products. If you hate facts, well, it's your choice. However twisting facts to make me a shill is kinda insincere, dishonest and scummy.

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  • user1
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    Originally posted by skeevy420 View Post

    I upgraded from a 4GB RX 580 to a 12GB 6700 XT. The one I have is currently $319 new on Newegg; used for $260. I paid $345. Well, $400 if you include the three Noctua NF-P12s and cables I ended up getting because it's a huge fracking GPU that requires the airflow.

    Trust me on this -- splurge the extra $20. You won't regret it. Especially so if you have a well-cooled PC. The 6700 XT runs practically every game I own on 2K or 4K 60 with High/Ultra settings. I don't even bother with FSR or any of that anymore.

    I got tired of waiting for mid-range 7000 series GPUs from AMD and gaming at 1080p30-60. I'm very, very happy with my decision. I might be a bit salty when AMD finally does release their mid-range 7000 series, but I'll live.

    Also, the 6000 series is what's in the Steam Deck, PS5, and Xbox. That means the 6000 series will have very, very good LTS support because it's commercially necessary. RDNA2 is the next Polaris.
    Actually I already thought about upgrading to 6700xt, also because it has full PCI x16, so I won't be bottlenecked by that PCI x8 that unfortunately is now on every mid range and lower gpu (It's a problem for those like me who have pci-e 3.0 motherboards).
    Last edited by user1; 19 May 2023, 02:45 AM.

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