Above Vega 64 seems exactly where we expected.
This means a hypothetical Navi with 64 CU hitting 14.4TF at 1750mhz and 15.2TF at 1900mhz.
This would soundly beat a 2080Ti in gaming tasks.
If legit, that will be interesting re console marketing points.
Current Sony are very boring when it comes to colour choices, it will be black.
RIP PS1/PS2 era Sony colour choices.
I think we have more questions than answers after seeing that.
Why would they use 256bit GDDR6 for a 250-300w GPU?
Seems more likely that they...
Sony none, MS up to $20 per console.
I didn't vote because your metrics are too high.
That's based off Vega VII at 1800Mhz boost clock(60CU*1800Mhz=13.8Tflop).
I don't see the point in expecting 1800Mhz base clocks on a console....
The way he writes 1 annoys me.
Seems fake to me.
No, just that developers asked him about it but thought it would be too expensive.
2015 NAND storage prices are vastly different to 2020 NAND...
2 X 8GB stacks for double bandwidth would be more likely than a mere 410GB/s.
Vega fiasco? Are you talking about the availability problem?
2.5Ghz is extremely conservative for the CPU, I personally can not see them using under 3Ghz.
watching this made me nauseous.
How about a small Intel Optane + HDD?
If the results are applicable to a console, it looks like a viable option.