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eva01beserk said:

More leaks.

Amd wont have anything matching the 2080 untill 2020 for $500. Who knows about the 2080ti.

The 2070 match will be $330. Navi 10 with 56 compute units. will come out third Q of this year. Could this be the one in the ps5? At that price? Its still a whole year before the ps5 actually uses it. And we have to remember that sony will be getting them much cheaper.

So this scales down the rumors. Like permalite said before. Seems like Amd is still ways behind. Nvidea just has to update the rtx line to 7nm and Keep their big advantage in both power and tdp. But seems like AMD will still have a better price for performance.

I for one think we are getting at least 2070 performance on the ps5. After all, $500 ps5 seems to be likely. Who knows about the anaconda. Could be $600 with 2080 performance. But will that matter? I dont think nnext gen us casual gamers wont be able to tell. We already go by what Digital Foundry tells us.

I saw that leak before, but it doesn't add up.

1. Why making 2 different chips when they are just 8 CU apart? That would have made sense at the low end/entry level, say 8 and 16 CU, but not at that level where there's a high chance that many chips with 64CU would need to be binned out with just 56 working CU anyway. It's the exact opposite problem of the previous leak, where they had a huge range of GPUs and CU on just one chip.

2. The pricing doesn't add up, either. For just 4 additional CU you're paying a 90$ premium, or in other terms: for 7% more CU you're paying a 27% premium. NVidias prices are high, but the difference in power is also roughly the difference in price percentage wise. Not so between those 3080X/3090models.

3. The TDP. The 3090 is supposed to have less TDP but more performance out of just 4 more CU. That doesn't add up unless there are more changes to the architecture or extremely agressive binning - which would make it a very rare card.