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3080 20GB Vram and also 3060Ti and their performance in relation to past models from the 2000 and 1000 series


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And for those who want to wait a little longer ...

3080 with 20GB is a long known fact, not something new, and is around the corner. But, the 3060Ti cards are a little fresher - these will be based on the 3070 core only with a 20% cut in cores. Fortunately the same amount of memory is 8GB

Daniel, you asked why they would buy again. The answer is that consumers from the print shop who bought first will understand that they are releasing the 20GB versions, mainly because the 10GB versions are not enough to run modern titles with high resolution for example

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Probably the one who bought a stock In time, because he saw the past few quarters last - made one and another one and realized, that it is currently a manufacturer

The most sought after chips in the world by the entire chip developer industry from Apple to Nodia. Do and more will make a handsome coupe.

Predicting the future based on technological trends is a wisdom worth a lot of money.

in this pace Do to their customer as well. Today technology in lithography takes a whole step and more often before everyone else.

It has an impressive execution year after year.

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Probably the one who bought a stock TSMC In time, because he saw the past few quarters last - made one and another one and realized, that it is currently a manufacturer

The most sought after chips in the world by the entire chip developer industry from Apple to Nodia. Do and more will make a handsome coupe.

Predicting the future based on technological trends is a wisdom worth a lot of money.

in this pace Intel Do to their customer as well. TSMC Today technology in lithography takes a whole step and more often before everyone else.

It has an impressive execution year after year.

I do not estimate that Intel will not be a customer of tsmc at least not exclusively, perhaps for a versatile production only, although tsmc boasts impressive numbers of 7nm and below, the production of More advanced, and today quite a few experts argue that we should stop talking about the size of the transistor and talk about the chip density there Leaders.

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I tend to appreciate that whoever talks like that, is the one who is trying to excuse investors, in the desperate hope of saving Intel's skin

From reality. Still stuck with its lead vector, in a lithograph it launched in 2015, in a 14nm conductive size.

TSMC is already at 7nm starting in 2019. Leads it up by two beats. That's a lot. You can tell a few until tomorrow,

The reality is a little hard to bend.

So what is it?

Antel did manage to launch 10nm this year, but, it does not manage to get as high a working frequency as it achieved at 14nm

And is therefore unable to move its desktop processor series, to this typography. Hence it uses 10nm
Only for the mobile and server segment, where running frequency is less relevant and more energy efficient.

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I tend to appreciate that whoever talks like that, is the one who is trying to excuse investors, in the desperate hope of saving Intel's skin

From reality. Intel Still stuck with its lead vector, in a lithograph it launched in 2015, in a 14nm conductive size.

TSMC is already at 7nm starting in 2019. Leads it up by two beats. That's a lot. You can tell a few until tomorrow,

The reality is a little hard to bend.

So what is it?

Antel did manage to launch 10nm this year, but, it does not manage to get as high a working frequency as it achieved at 14nm

And is therefore unable to move its desktop processor series, to this typography. Hence it uses 10nm
Only for the mobile and server segment, where running frequency is less relevant and more energy efficient.

An excuse for investors? Oh really total I tried to explain why You will not move the production lines to At least not the production lines of the main products, it does not mean that Intel has a better product, it only means that their production line is different from .

It is not Say but experts

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Update from now on.

In my opinion, the child can be trusted in this channel. The accumulated experience so far has shown that he hit right.

Whether out of concrete knowledge, or out of an intelligent gamble. Whatever the reason, it's not really interesting.

Dates, prices, and product availability.

Most interesting is the Model 3070 which is probably going to be available in abundance, so there is reason for cautious optimism:

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He did not hit anything right.

He takes a situation that exists and shatters baseless theories (except leaks from sources he cannot reveal) about the reasons we came to this situation.

The only thing he said (and that too was said after the inventories turned out to be low to non-existent) is that the inventories will be low to non-existent. Wow. genius. I said that too.

nvidia does not earn more than market prices rise. The parts for AIB are sold at prices set in long-term contracts. If anything, they are losing money because they are unable to meet the demand from their customers.

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