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In our lab: The RX 6800 XT and RX 6800 graphics cards are smiling at the camera at the starting line


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That's fine, it seems like there's no real allocation in the US either.

At the microsenter, people who arrived ridiculously full of initial 20 and 30 RXs were reported in all sorts of areas in the country, in I realized the situation is a little more awkward with 15s and 20s.

 

 

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Such quantities, which are similar in scenario to the quantities brought by the RTX3000 series, indicate that the two manufacturers were in a hurry in this round.

First launch, and after that take care of producing inventory. In previous years it was customary for them to carry out a production inventory up to half a year in advance,

Before going out with a product to market. 

 

The competition for the Prestige Who Will Launch First led the two manufacturers to do a hoax and curl at the expense of the customer's back.

These products should have been launched only within a quarter or two after being stockpiled and satisfactory in warehouses. Did not do it.

 

Whoever wants to buy first in this round will pay dearly a price quoted accordingly. If there was no justifiable reason so far to delay a purchase

On the part of a patient customer, this time there is a very good reason to do so.

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Waiting to see the results of the performance, as a very old user of Nvidia I very much see myself switching to a completely red system of card and processor.

Hope they have improved in terms of hardware and drivers. Because so far everything seems to be a bombardment!

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From past historical experience, always, drivers at the beginning of a new technology are quite old, both of Nodea and of .

After a quarter and three consecutive versions of , It is starting to stabilize nicely.  

This means that patience pays off from this aspect as well.

 

This is beyond the heavy fear that in a technologically new product, there may be flaws in the hardware layer. That's why I never buy

New technology on Welda Day. Not worth the risk for me. 

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From past historical experience, always, drivers at the beginning of a new technology are quite old, both of Nodea and of AMD.

After a quarter and three consecutive versions of Drivers, It is starting to stabilize nicely.  

This means that patience pays off from this aspect as well.

 

This is beyond the heavy fear that in a technologically new product, there may be flaws in the hardware layer. That's why I never buy

New technology on Welda Day. Not worth the risk for me. 

Listen I agree with you, I also wait for the market to stabilize and the technology will mature a bit but still waiting impatiently to build a new system, yet my system is already showing signs of obsolescence (especially in gaming yes?) After all how long can you wait, you can wait for the next generation end.

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True, but to wait 3 months for full hardware and availability software to stabilize on the shelf as well as a sane price, that is certainly reasonable and fine.

We did not ask to dry you 24 months for the next generation of tickets ... : beerchug:

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