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  1. Computer stores work by the method of moving band. They place all the computers that are meant for assembly with all the parts that the same computer needs. Apparently the guy who assembled, out of confusion with other systems he assembles, thought this case needed a video card and started removing these irons and then noticed that there is no video card in the order ... Leave, check with the spare piece you have there and if it fits (99% that it Suitable), excellent.
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  2. Without going into consumer / legal aspects, try to put the piece in the bag in place of what is missing at the back. And if it does not close / fit, masking tape will also do the job. As mentioned, apart from an aesthetic defect (which should not be underestimated), it has no effect on the performance / function of the computer. Of course, the question arises, why exactly the position that fits a video card is missing in the case .....
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  3. If possible, at least in one of the games do the 3 steps of the 6900 stock max mem + max gpu stock mem + max gpu and Lanzar, leave some wallet address that we can invite you to the beer.
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  4. The problem I understand is divided into two vectors: in the level of Nvidia this is competition with the miners and they are what to do, willing to pay much more than a domestic / private consumer, because it pays off in their business aspect, as a production line machine they need in their factory and so they measure it. Even if you pay double for the machine yes, it still makes them profits. And so they are pretty much killing this market for home consumers who are not willing / able to pay double for the product. At AMD's level, its products in this generation are less attractive to mine (thankfully), but the problem is different, supply-side supply. AMD managed to get a share of 150 silicon wafers per quarter from TSMC and that is already very impressive, but not beyond that even though it could have doubled even if it had only been allocated for it. The rest of the production at 7nm goes to other TSMC customers, who also need this production infrastructure for their products. From the allocation that AMD received for 150 silicon wafers in the quarter, 120 armored to create Macrosoft and Sony console chips, an 80% share of oil as stated, as a result of AMD's contractual obligations to supply about 9 million processors per quarter. Annual rate of 36 million. Which is the rate at which consoles are sold globally in a normal year. In Corona's year this too is not enough and there are shortages in the consoles on the shelves. Which leaves only a small share of only 20% (30 silicon wafers) for everything else that AMD produces, including processors and video cards, for all segments all together, ie for servers and laptops. As a result, the volume of video cards and Risen 5000 processors for the home / private consumer is very small, probably on the order of only a tenth of what it used to be. And that's the result. Unfortunately this is not going to change in the foreseeable future, AMD's commitment to continue to supply chips to consoles exists at the same time and does not end, and output at TSMC at 7nm is not going to grow any more as they have moved to the 5nm generation. Which means that whoever wants another production share at TSMC should already order an allotment on the 5nm production line at a price that is sky high, and that's what it's. Except that right now the whole creature at 5nm is drinking Apple and pretty much letting no one else take anything. Every new plant that starts producing 5nm right now Apple is taking on its full capacity. It is willing to pay the most money of all, and TSMC of course chooses the most serious / big / heavy customer who pays the most of all below Apple. This is one of the reasons why Apple products are expensive by the way, not only this, but one of many grandparents. Its customers pay a premium to ride the latest lithography in the industry. IPhone is a premium product and its A14 processor is manufactured in the latest lithography that has = 5nm today. In the duopoly of chipmaking in the world, Samsung's situation is quite similar, it has the older 8nm that NVIDIA managed to grab this year, and it has the newest and most expensive 5nm, which only huge and rich customers like qualcomm can afford. So AMD and NVIDIA were not left with too many choices. We will probably be carrying on this infrastructure 7 / 8nm for an entire year and the shortages will continue to dominate the area as long as this mining boom is not over. At least on the Nvidia side there is hope that if the mining is over, the problem will be solved. On the AMD side there is no optimistic horizon in the coming year and until it can allocate itself something from a 5nm slice at TSMC. And even when you do get a share, it will be a little expensive because everyone will fight for an allotment at TSMC in this lithography. Therefore the next generation that AMD is planning on 5nm, including Risen 6000 and RDNA3, will probably also suffer from significant shortages just as they suffer today on 7nm of its current products. We are in an age where there are only two advanced lithography providers TSMC and Samsung, and the whole industry and its sister want them. So there is a limited supply, there is hardly any sky (a combination of mining + a new generation of consoles launched + a corona that the three of them joined together at the same time), and we are in trouble.
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  5. Recall that all the results that will come up are on the same computer that we ran the 6800XT, and of course this is not a competition, or hurting anyone God forbid, we have no preference for one manufacturer or another. We are only interested to know which card is faster after the speed in both camps ...
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