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Old 23-09-20, 08:12 PM
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Aye it's absolutely hideous man. It's one of those things though that is so bad it's somewhat cool at the same time hahahaha

Am I the only one that noticed the placement of the 3070 in relation to the 2080Ti?

If this card was human it would have a face for radio and a voice for print

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Old 23-09-20, 08:14 PM
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If it went for a swim people would keep pushing it back in LOL. It's a Super Mega Fug.
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Aye it's absolutely hideous man. It's one of those things though that is so bad it's somewhat cool at the same time hahahaha

Am I the only one that noticed the placement of the 3070 in relation to the 2080Ti?
I noticed that as well, so im half way decided a 3080 or RDNA2 it really depends on amd's version of raytracing implementation as to which i go for but if amd can sway me then i'm willing to switch.

That lego card is china only i read somewhere.
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Old 23-09-20, 10:35 PM
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Old 23-09-20, 10:49 PM
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I noticed that as well, so im half way decided a 3080 or RDNA2 it really depends on amd's version of raytracing implementation as to which i go for but if amd can sway me then i'm willing to switch.

That lego card is china only i read somewhere.
I'm excited about big Navi now. Well, smaller ones too.

I don't think any one will get those either though sadly.
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I think the main navi cards will come first then smaller cards next year, but idk still undecided but happy to wait cause getting a card right now is like a lotto draw

When it comes to raytracing so long as the main part is supported and amd have their own software to boost it, i'd happily take one off their hands, less fussed about the other stuff like AI software as nice as it is or the green screen stuff i can live without it, but the main parts of DXR need to be right otherwise it'll be a big disapointment.
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The Chinese next to "PG142 SKU 0" reads "quasi-flagship," if that helps.

(The yellow line says "performance", if that helps)

Those were posted elsewhere.
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