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ne0tic

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    Ryzen 5900X (when I recieve it...)
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    ASUS B550-E Gaming
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    Ballistix 32GB (4x8GB) DDR4 3600MHz CL16 Black RGB
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    RTX 3080 TUF (when I recieve it...)
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    Corsair 4000X
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    Samsung 980 Pro 1TB
    Samsung 970 EVO 1TB
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    Corsair RM850X
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    Predator XB273UGS QHD IPS 165 Hz
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    Corsair Hydro H150i Pro 360mm AIO Cooler
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    Razer Viper
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    HyperX Cloud Revolver S
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    Windows 10 Pro
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    iPhone XS 256GB Gold

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  1. I mean, could probably be a ''very great gaming laptop'' if more games were supported on MacOS...
  2. The RTX 3080 launch in Sweden was so much better than this and even that were bad...
  3. Apple will most likely also have a higher end M1X* chip out in maybe 6 months from now and that should be even much more impressive than the M1. Edit: The M1X will be a higher TDP chip so it will not really be competing with the 5800U, but as said, the M1 seems to be beating the 5800U either way.
  4. I mean, six years of support is pretty damn good. You will have a hard time to get even half of that on most Android phones.
  5. Yeah, was just going to write that I remember Anandtech measuring it to 120mm^2 in one article so this seems correct.
  6. Because potentially they could get more out of ARM than x86. Potentially.
  7. Apple might become the leader in mobile in terms of efficiency and performance, possibly forever if Intel and AMD doesn't switch to ARM. It's impossible to know. Either way, it should be years before Apple can compete with AMD in the high-end desktop space and unless Apple starts selling their ARM-chips, I don't see ARM taking over anytime soon. Apple is so far ahead architecturally, even compared to ARM themselves, so ARM becoming more succesful in Windows than x86, I doubt it. Apple could be in for a huge boost of Mac sales if they continue to deliver with their next generation of chips.
  8. There was definitely fewer RX 6800 XT's than RTX 3080's on launch here in Sweden...
  9. Okay, makes sense. Although that is based on if clock frequency scales this well, but it seems to be doing that!
  10. I'm not sure where you got this information from but I'm pretty sure there was a 15% IPC improvement with the A14 compared to the A13. A12 over A11 wasn't that big at all, A13 over A12 was a really big improvement tho (about 20%) so I think you may have mixed those up.
  11. This is looking really impressive! To get this performance and efficiency is huge. Of course, it's just a first generation product so I feel like most people should wait for the second generation to be safe in terms of compatibility. But it looks like Apple are off to a very promising start with Apple Silicon in Mac's. This could be huge for the whole industry in the coming years!
  12. This will probably be the most important Apple event in a long time. It truly has the potential to be something big, not just for Apple, but the whole industry if Apple succesfully transition to ARM and the rumored benifits of high performance low efficiency holds true.
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