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cj09beira

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About cj09beira

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    Portugal
  • Interests
    All things hardware, cars, and eletronics
  • Occupation
    study

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  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 2600
  • Motherboard
    Asus X470-F Strix
  • RAM
    Team Group Dark Pro 2x8Gb 3200mhz 8Pack LE
  • GPU
    Asus strix Rx480 8Gb
  • Storage
    kingston 128Gb ssd + 3Tb Wd Red
  • PSU
    Corsair Rm850i
  • Display(s)
    LG 29UM68 @80Hz
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    Cryorig H5 Universal
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    Logitech G502
  • Operating System
    Win 8.1

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  1. cj09beira

    A slew of AMD X570 boards are leaked

    it should be epyc, all i can say is some vrms will cry
  2. cj09beira

    A slew of AMD X570 boards are leaked

    motherboard and ram aren't counted in the package, package is only whats on the cpu substrate
  3. cj09beira

    A slew of AMD X570 boards are leaked

    well intel cpus need the chipset to function, so they are not socs, ryzen on the other hand can be run with no chipset at all, and that's actually how it works on the epyc servers and in the embedded skus, for ryzen the chipset is no more than a pcie switch
  4. cj09beira

    A slew of AMD X570 boards are leaked

    thats more a case of software having to catch up than anything else
  5. cj09beira

    A slew of AMD X570 boards are leaked

    i dont think its required that the memory is on chip, most phones have the ram on the motherboard
  6. cj09beira

    A slew of AMD X570 boards are leaked

    hahah, that was my comment
  7. cj09beira

    A slew of AMD X570 boards are leaked

    how didn't people noticed yet, We getting a Ryzen Ws board guys
  8. cj09beira

    Does Facebook even care anymore? - Plain Text Passwords

    what would deleting the account accomplish if they wouldn't delete your data anyway
  9. which seems to be on life support right now. (i am not saying there aren't proprietary things that succeeded , some did, but i do prefer open standards)
  10. well you could say you are the source paste this: Source:https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/1046797-sekiro-cracked-before-being-released-to-western-market/
  11. cj09beira

    Leaked Intel GPU Shroud Designs

    be careful with what you wish for, we dont need intel to have anymore power
  12. cj09beira

    Samsung Anounces even faster hbm2 products now 3.2Gbps

    we are mostly focusing on how much bandwidth it allows, but dam 96GB of vram thats more than my first hard drive by like 50% you could load the whole game to vram ahahah
  13. cj09beira

    Samsung Anounces even faster hbm2 products now 3.2Gbps

    we wont know easily, as its not like gddr6 where there is some even if small volume that is sold to the "public" (hardware stores like digikeys), it also launched during the pick of memory price fixing and it was picked up by extremely expensive products, to say hbm has been unlucky is an understatement
  14. cj09beira

    Samsung Anounces even faster hbm2 products now 3.2Gbps

    thats because we have only seen hbm used on cards that are outside gcn's efficiency range (in terms of how large the gpu is) so its not in anyway hbm's fault
  15. It seems Samsung isn't finished on the hbm 2 improvements, they have now anounced "Flashbolt" with 33% higher bandwidth than the already fast Aquabolt which ran at 2.4Gbps this brings bandwidth per stack from the standard spec of 256GB/s to 410GB/s, each stack is made of 16Gb dies and 4 hi stacks will make 16GB modules, this brings the maximum bandwidth of hbm using 4 stacks to 1640GB/s, and maximum capacity at 64GB for 8 hi (and possibly a 12 hi, 96GB) Source: https://www.overclock3d.net/news/memory/samsung_introduces_hbm2e_memory_packing_a_33_bandwidth_boost/1 Opinion: hbm 2 now at 400GB/s per stack is quite close/at where it needs to be for mass adoption on the laptop and mid range desktop markets, it will all depend on price but both the capacity and the speed are more than enough to power good gaming experiences while not needing large a interposer, all its missing from the puzzle is amd's version of EMIB (embeded interposer bridge)
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