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JediFragger

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    JediFragger reacted to leadeater in Facebook restricts access to Australian News post and article after Parliament Lower House passes Media Baragining Code   
    So in summary:
    Aussie news companies: "We hate our business, we need to kill it even faster"
    Facebook: "Well if that is what you want"
    Aussie news companies: *achievement unlocked*
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    JediFragger reacted to valdyrgramr in Report: AMD's competitor to Nvidia DLSS, FidelityFX Super Resolution, to launch in Spring   
    Flexes after paying a scalper near 3000 USD for a ASUS STRIX Gaming OC 3090  XD
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    JediFragger reacted to Taf the Ghost in Stadia shutting down their in-house game development   
    @KisaiGoogle didn't have a clue what they were doing. They clearly wanted a GPU Compute Infrastructure and came up with this as a justification for something else to do with it. Obviously, "game streaming" has been a big tech R&D thing for 2 decades, but notice how far it still has to go. That wasn't exactly hard to predict.
     
    What was surprisingly hard to predict was how stupid Google was going to be. They literally chose the absolutely worst game approach. They should have had every F2P game they could, along with the ability to play Android titles, along with every Turn-Based or VN-style game imaginable. The bankrupt remains of Telltale would have been the easiest place to start. Have the entire catalog on the service with the Fee. That move alone would have ensured the future existence of the platform, along with massive good press and a strong place to start from.
     
    Nintendo must be thanking their lucky Mario hat that Google aren't very smart. Google could have basically put a Switch into 1/2 the world's home if they knew what they were doing.
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    JediFragger reacted to gabrielcarvfer in Raja Koduri shows Ponte Vecchio (Xe HPC) package, That's a lot of chiplets.   
    Intel should be considered an adhesive company after this much glue.
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    JediFragger got a reaction from descendency in Exynos 2100 might be faster than Snapdragon 888   
    Snapdragon caught up with that yet?
     
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    JediFragger got a reaction from DrMacintosh in Exynos 2100 might be faster than Snapdragon 888   
    Snapdragon caught up with that yet?
     
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    JediFragger reacted to Taf the Ghost in [Updated #1][Rumour] Intel and NVIDIA had an internal agreement that blocked the development of laptops with AMD Renoir and GeForce RTX 2070 and above   
    The problem is this is entirely believable. It's likely an anti-trust and illegal action in most jurisdictions, perfectly in keeping with what many businesses (especially these two) have a history of doing, could be effective and we have absolutely no way to prove the charge otherwise.
     
    It's top-tier hit piece material, no clue if it actually happened.
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    JediFragger reacted to leadeater in The PC user's Mac 5700XT Pro - Sapphire announces passive Radeon 5700XT   
    Cooler goes above the height of the PCIe bracket, yea that's not actually going to be useful for many servers at all.
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    JediFragger reacted to Blade of Grass in Intel Replaces Bob Swan with VMWare’s Pat Gelsinger   
    Summary
    Bob Swan is out, VMWare’s CEO Pat Gelsinger is in, as of Feb 15 2021. Previously, Pat was also Intel’s first CTO. 
     
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    My thoughts
    Interesting to see how this transition goes. Intel has some work ahead of them to regain the ground they’ve lost, and having better technical leadership will definitely help them. Pat might be an outsider currently, but his history with Intel should hopefully help accelerate his integration. 
     
    Sources
    https://www.cnbc.com/2021/01/13/intel-ceo-bob-swan-to-step-down-in-february.html
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    JediFragger reacted to Spotty in Another reason for miners & scalpers to celebrate, AMD RX6700 & 6700XT are rumoured to be launching before April 2021   
    I'm going to be completely honest and admit I thought these launched a month ago and have just been sold out everywhere due to supply issues. 🤷‍♂️
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    JediFragger reacted to SpaceGhostC2C in Amazon turning Alexa devices into an opt-out public WiFi mesh network   
    Also, do not buy Amazon Alexa, Echo, Dot, Google Home, Nest, and the endless etc. Just don't. If it sounds like a good idea, you probably haven't thought enough about it.
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    JediFragger reacted to Oshino Shinobu in Amazon turning Alexa devices into an opt-out public WiFi mesh network   
    I can't see this being a security issue at all. 
     
    This is from the same company that once had an idea to give their delivery drivers access to people's locked doors to leave parcels in a "safe place".
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    JediFragger reacted to leadeater in M1 Mac mini overtakes entire Japanese desktop market in less than 2 weeks   
    I'm not sure where it hits at all? lol. Microsoft/Windows as a mobile experience of almost any kind couldn't hit the broad side of a barn.
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    JediFragger reacted to BlackManINC in Where Gaming Begins - AMD RX6000 series Live Event   
    That gives me comfort. I'm just waiting on the benchmarks for the custom versions then I'll make my move. 
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    JediFragger reacted to leadeater in Where Gaming Begins - AMD RX6000 series Live Event   
    Nice, glad you actually got one.
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    JediFragger got a reaction from Parideboy in Where Gaming Begins - AMD RX6000 series Live Event   
    Managed to get a 6800XT on launch day and it's pretty damn awesome! Have it paired with a 10700k@5Ghz and a Iiyama 3440x1440p Ultrawide and it's all just buttery smooth
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    JediFragger got a reaction from GDRRiley in Where Gaming Begins - AMD RX6000 series Live Event   
    Managed to get a 6800XT on launch day and it's pretty damn awesome! Have it paired with a 10700k@5Ghz and a Iiyama 3440x1440p Ultrawide and it's all just buttery smooth
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    JediFragger got a reaction from leadeater in Where Gaming Begins - AMD RX6000 series Live Event   
    Managed to get a 6800XT on launch day and it's pretty damn awesome! Have it paired with a 10700k@5Ghz and a Iiyama 3440x1440p Ultrawide and it's all just buttery smooth
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    JediFragger reacted to BlackManINC in Where Gaming Begins - AMD RX6000 series Live Event   
    🤷‍♂️ Well, we'll see if Nvidia truly has the advantage with ray tracing performance this generation as time goes along, once we start seeing more games actually be optimized for AMD's ray tracing feature. At launch, sure, Nvidia has a sort of head start, but that is no way an indication of how things will go from here on in in newer titles. We already see it working well in games like Dirt 5 and Far Cry 6 on the RX 6000 series so. 
  22. Funny
    JediFragger reacted to tim0901 in AMD Radeon 6000 Stock "Seems Pretty Terrible" According to Hardware Unboxed   
    But remember guys, Frank Azor said on Twitter that it wouldn't be a paper launch! So clearly there will be stock for everyone! /s
    AMD really needs to stop their staff from saying this shit... Maybe they could hire a marketing team while they're at it!
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    JediFragger got a reaction from Orange1 in The Xbox Series X seems to have a disk drive problem   
    Damn, you had the crackers/hackers salivating then!!!
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    JediFragger reacted to Retro1989 in NVIDIA to launch GeForce RTX 3080 Ti in January   
    Early next year is when i plan on doing my new build so i look forward to seeing this go out of stock within a minute.
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    JediFragger reacted to leadeater in As ASUS employee warns gamers that AMD 6800XT will be in very limited supply at launch, expected to sell out within minutes.   
    Die sizes are a lot bigger so product per wafer is a lot lower, fab capacity cost is the same for both technically and if I were AMD I'd be wanting to make sure CPU stocks are as best as possible as that really is a more important market for them right now. Choice between 200,000 CPUs or 50,000 GPUs I'd go with 200,000 CPUs.
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