- Aug 28, 2008
Only Jensen could announce the 4000 series cards. maybe they gonna announce the 1630 instead
The CMP lineup has been moving well, no joke there. The big mining firms are gobbling them up. Mining at home is during, the current crashes are not working out for most small operators and many even if they get full refunds on the cards didn’t make enough money to pay their electrical bills."Latest products for Miner's" ...Gotcha.
But how long was it sustained….After the two keynotes from AMD and nvidia over the past couple a days. Leads to more speculation on what we will be getting. At least we know the ES 16 core on zen 4 was boosting to 5.5ghz in game, at least we get something rather than nothing on the consumer side....lol.
The phrasing did leave quite the doubt that would have been the case:
Will present how AI is powering the latest product does not seem like perfectly == present a new product
Best Buy should have declined the return for great justice.
Here is the 500 Hz monitor announced. I love how we have somehow started regressing with respect to monitors on PC. Are competitive gamers even buying these monitors? What happened to groundbreaking releases we were seeing a few years ago like the PG32UQX?
RDNA 2 mines better than any LHR card, and has dedicated Linux drivers for dedicated mining rigs.I mean, those look like RDNA2 cards...are people mining on those?
I can't tell which models though.
Oh ok, interesting. I was under the impression they were bad for mining.RDNA 2 mines better than any LHR card, and has dedicated Linux drivers for dedicated mining rigs.
AMD made it clear that they are not limiting any workloads and simply said their cards aren’t “optimized” for mining work loads but the Linux driver community made short work of that problem.
Yeah AMD certainly made it sound that way but a 6900XT manages 64 MH/s vs the 3080 LHR’s 48 MH/s, granted the 3080 with no LHR managed up into the 90’s.Oh ok, interesting. I was under the impression they were bad for mining.