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ZuckyT

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  1. I believe the time for the 3080 and 3090 was 9am EST, so it should stay the same for the 3070, 9am EST on the 29th.
  2. There was a Reply All episode about this about 2 years ago, when the factory was just in planning. Here's the link if anyone is interested: https://gimletmedia.com/shows/reply-all/wbhjwd.
  3. It's not that surprising, considering that the 20 series was the first iteration of RTX, and its always easier to improve the first version of something. The FPS without ray tracing is only maybe a 50% boost over last gen, so the "2x performance" is somewhat misleading for normal use cases
  4. That would be awesome, since I personally don't need a ton of performance and don't have a huge budget, but I'd like something better than a 16 series. I'm guessing before the end of the year, but you never know
  5. Anyone know if there have been any leaks or announcements about when the 3060 will come out? Judging by the 3070 and 3080, it seems like it would be a really good deal.
  6. Idk if this is what you meant, but here’s a link to Razer’s website where they talk about some Razer cases they designed: https://www.razer.com/designedbyrazer Hope this helps!
  7. @rahulr94 Just do you know, both of the links are now dead.
  8. I believe that before this, the built in SSD was protected by the T2 chip, so I'm interested to see how they are going to bypass that.
  9. I believe that the SSD that is now able to be upgraded is the boot SSD. https://www.theverge.com/21291390/mac-pro-ssd-upgrade-kit-apple-macbook-pro-16-gpu-radeon-5600m
  10. In a surprising turn, Apple will soon be letting Mac Pro owners upgrade their built in SSD storage. Prior to this, owners could purchase a PCIe storage upgrade kit, but could not change out the built in SSD. The price is not yet known, but judging by Apple's behavior involving the Mac Pro (cough cough $700 wheels), no one is expecting the upgrade to be cheap. Existing PCIe storage costs roughly $3000 for 32TB of HDDs (4x 8TB). Source: https://www.theverge.com/21291390/mac-pro-ssd-upgrade-kit-apple-macbook-pro-16-gpu-radeon-5600m https://www.apple.com/shop/product/HMU
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