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boXerrumble
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re: PC Discussion - Gaming, Performance and Enthusiasts
How long have 2070 supers been priced like this?

The crappy thing in my situation is that the 5700XT cards, most of them, won't fit in the Sentry 2.0 case because almost all of them are 2+ slot. Just a very select few are true 2 slot cards.


UltimateHog
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Not sure, I would just wait for the new cards since they are supposed to be such a big leap.

Looking like Sept for Nvidia and Nov for AMD cpus and gpus.
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And if you weren't such a fanboy you coulda invested when I told you at under $5/share.



Hell I could have gotten in at under $20 with nvda


LSU Coyote
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Old nVidia Demos

Talks about GTX TITANS. I be never felt like anything was an epeen except when telling ppl I run TITANS in SLi. Crazy thing is, they weren't enough. I didn't even have them for a year and upgraded to 780Tis for the extra 224 CUDA cores.


pankReb
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found out a buddy runs a DCS World server and wants me to do VR with him. My CPU and GPU are more than fine to run it but I'm right at the recommended 16gigs of Ram requirements. I'm going to double it to the 32 gigs that the heavy missions require.

If I'm right at the requirements of 32 gigs of Ram, will me streaming cause issues? My OBS only shows the level of CPU usage.

Probably going to buy 2 16's to be safe
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LSU Coyote
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Isn't their a big YouTube ex navy fight pilot from new Orleans who runs one?

Not your buddy, right?

LINK
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pankReb
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nah this guy is big in the broadcasting and racing world in Australia.

Which is gonna make it real weird with the time difference. One of us will probably be drunk as shite on stream. Just depends on what time of the day it is.


btw I just went ahead and bought the 2 16's. Came out to $123 total and arrives saturday.

next question....whats a good VR rec?
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LSU Coyote
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RIP Intel

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ARM is currently owned by SoftBank group, a giant Japanese holding company previously featured on Ars for buying Boston Dynamics, buying Sprint, and buying stakes in Uber and GM's Cruise. SoftBank bought ARM for $32 billion in 2016, and since then, ARM has only gotten more powerful. ARM doesn't manufacture chips; instead, it sells IP based on the ARM CPU architecture in the form of its in-house Cortex CPU designs or licenses to design whatever you want using ARM's instruction set.


brucevilanch
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They conveniently left out Softbank's involvement with WeWork.


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UltimateHog
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RIP Intel



Indeed.

Intel's 7nm is Broken, Company Announces Delay Until 2022, 2023

Samsung is also really struggling with 5nm per reports.

Meanwhile TSMC full steam ahead full production of 5nm this year and 5nm+ next year. 4nm and 3nm right around that corner too.
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thunderbird1100
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You dont see Intel stock plummet like it did yesterday, from $60-ish to $52 with a snap of a finger. Ouch. They have been asleep at the wheel far too long.

7nm desktop chips might not hit till 2023 and 10nm wont even be here till late next year (According to Intel)...meanwhile AMD about to launch 2nd gen 7nm chips in a couple months and moving to 5nm next year
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LSU Coyote
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And AMD climb climb climb

Think pre-market it hit 64

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Opinion: Intel admits another defeat with unprecedented manufacturing issues
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Chip giant admits it may partner with foundry in the future, calling into question its long industry-leading manufacturing prowess



LSU Coyote
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I am so fckking happy this morning ..

AMD is making my Friday


bluebarracuda
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Now if they can start putting more pressure on daddy nvidia pls

I'm ready to upgrade from this 2080

Edit: Also got a free UPS from work to replace my old one that has bum batteries
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LSU Coyote
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I know, but that won't. The gap is larger than most want to admit.

Ppl think I love buying 1.5k in cards every gen.
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boXerrumble
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So... I just realized I have a $100 Best Buy Gift card and Best Buy is running a 10% off promo through September on certain items...

That means I could get a brand new 2070 Super for around $350. Worth it? Or wait for new Nvidia cards?


bluebarracuda
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go for it.

I'm always of the mind set that if you're always waiting for new tech, you'll never have anything


LSU Coyote
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That means I could get a brand new 2070 Super for around $350. Worth it? Or wait for new Nvidia cards?

If you aren't buying Big Ampere 102s, then yeah, go for it.


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LSU Coyote
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I'm always of the mind set that if you're always waiting for new tech, you'll never have anything

Yep never wait on tech.


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