Windows 10: 2017 Hardware Thread

  1.    25 Feb 2017 #231

    Sorta like HW striptease ???
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       25 Feb 2017 #232

    CountMike said: View Post
    Sorta like HW striptease ???
    Maybe sorta, but it looks more like they are taking notes from Donna in announcing Windows 10 Insiders updates.
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  3.    25 Feb 2017 #233

    essenbe said: View Post
    If you notice in the picture the word TIME has the TI in Bold.

    You did leave that hint and I completely missed it

    essenbe said: View Post
    Sort of like Nvidia refuses to make any statements about the TI, but seems to be leaving teases.
    Well unless they want to be accused of misleading the public, that countdown clock certainly leaves no doubt to the TI's impending release in 3 days. Let the games begin.
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       25 Feb 2017 #234

    Yep, maybe "Game's on". Guru 3D says the TI is supposed to be 30% - 40% faster than the 1080. maybe Once the partners do their magic with cooling solutions, overclocks, binned chips and tweaks, it could be close to the Titan.
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  5.    25 Feb 2017 #235

    Ryzen. TI, what's next? Should be an exciting spring and summer for PC builders this year. Now we wait to see if the product lives up to the hype. That's always the tricky part.
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       25 Feb 2017 #236

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    Who needs Ryzen, we don't need no stinking Ryzen
    My temps and usage while running 3 tabs of chrome, playing music on Groove, updating my insider VM in Hyper-V(which is always a very heavy load on the CPU and memory), running the countdown in the Alarms & Clock app, and Aida running in the background   I am amazed it doesn't really get warmer seeing I only air cool, but I guess using balanced power setting to let the CPU and Windows choose the speed (speed stepping) it needs, let's it rest and cool down more. Plus maybe I'm a silicone lottery winner???

    Seeing I don't have an 8K monitor, I'm sticking to my 6700K, as it get's a really nice & stable high OC(in the cooler months at least, let's see what the summer brings with the ambient temperatures being much warmer, and how far I'll need to drop the GHz).
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       25 Feb 2017 #237

    sygnus21 said: View Post
    Ryzen. TI, what's next? Should be an exciting spring and summer for PC builders this year. Now we wait to see if the product lives up to the hype. That's always the tricky part.
    Next should be AMD's Vega GPUs. Supposedly to be launching at the same time as the 1080 TI.
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  8.    25 Feb 2017 #238

    Lets hope Vega actually shows up, unlike the mythical 1080ti. :)
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       25 Feb 2017 #239

    doorules said: View Post
    Lets hope Vega actually shows up, unlike the mythical 1080ti. :)
    Well, so far neither one of them have showed up. However, Nvidia does have a better record in that department than AMD.
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  10.    25 Feb 2017 #240

    doorules said: View Post
    Lets hope Vega actually shows up, unlike the mythical 1080ti. :)
    My guess is Nvidia is serious about that March 1 date. We have already seen Vega (CES 2017) running Doom at 60 FPS 4K, about 10% faster than the 1080. Rumours are Vega will launch is the second quarter, perhaps May.

    Everything We Know About Vega 10 & The Vega Architecture
    – 4x power efficiency vs. the Fury X in half precision compute,*2x efficiency in full*precision workloads.
    – Earliest*demos showed Vega 10*outperforming the GTX 1080 by 10%.
    – Will officially be released in the second quarter of 2017, rumored to be landing in May.
    – 80% of AMD’s driver team is currently working on polishing the drivers for Vega.
    – Vega 10 GPU features 64 next generation Compute Units with 4096 stream processors.
    – ~1550Mhz Clock Speed.
    – 2x Peak Throughput/Performance Per Clock vs. Fury X.
    – First GPU in the world to feature High Bandwidth Cache.
    – Features second generation High Bandwidth Memory with 2x Bandwidth per pin vs. the Fury X.
    – 8x Capacity Per stack (2nd Generation High Bandwidth Memory) vs. Fury X.
    – 512TB Virtual Address Space.
    – Next Generation Compute Engine
    – Next Generation Pixel Engine
    – Next Generation Compute Unit optimized for higher clock speeds
    – Rapid Packed Math
    – Draw Stream Binning Rasterizer
    – Primitive Shaders

    And then we will supposedly have Raja Koduri talking about Vega in the FEBRUARY 28 Capsaicin and Cream event.

    "Furthermore, the company confirmed that its resident graphics guru Raja Koduri Chief Architect of the Radeon Technologies Group will take the stage at the upcoming “Capsaicin and Cream” press event at GDC 2017 to talk about upcoming Radeon Vega GPUs.
    The Capsaicin and Cream event is due on the 28th of February and will be streamed live over the web. The event will include an exclusive look at the company’s upcoming Radeon 500 series graphics cards."

    It's more than funny that a 1080TI release could be the day after AMD's Vega press conference.

    Notice above they state 80% of AMD's driver team is working on Vega. Look at Nvidia's one mistake hot fix driver after another lately. Maybe Nvidia's A driver team is focused on the 1080 TI .

    Of course Nvidia's launch date is one thing. How long did I wait before I could actually get my hands on an AIB 1080 after the 1080 launch date? I think it was two months.

    AMD Vega GPU Pictured, Q2 2017 Launch Announced - More Details Coming Feb 28
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