Mishmash of PC GPU mobile talk *denoise

Discussion in 'Console Industry' started by London Geezer, Oct 28, 2018.

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  1. steveOrino

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    PCs dedicated for gaming is where the growth is, the decline overall is correct.
     
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    Same for consoles, its mobile gaming that takes from the pie too.
     
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    Home consoles also have hardware upgrades now on the CPU and GPU front. And Bonus features like 4K BRD.

    This is gonna sound ridiculous but I think mobile is closest to kin to PC compared to any other platform and eventually gonna be the biggest for gaming. Probably not in 10 years though. It's trying to emulate so much the f2p system which is probably the biggest money maker on PC/laptops.

    Who knows, maybe well see Sony and MS go with full on m/k support and the portable market again in the forseeable future.
     
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    I'd like to see Red Dead 2 run native 4k on a RX480. I don't think I will in fact I'm sure I wont.
     
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    RX570/580 is closest to one x, it would run rdr2 like on one x, 30fps 4k.

    Mobile is probally going to take over both pc and console gaming sometime.
     
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    It probally would run the game better then one x since the somewhat more powerfull 580 would most likely be paired with something more intresting then a jaguar-type of cpu.
     
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    You don't seem to understand some of the underlying differences in hardware and software on consoles compared to PC's. There's more simply beyond the specs that make the consoles perform better than their equivalent PC Cousins.
     
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    In what way? Regards revenue, I believe it already does. In terms of game complexity and richness, never. You're not going to see the GTAs and RDRs of this world launching on mobiles with breakthrough graphics. You're not going to have next-gen raytraced graphics pioneering on mobile (even when mobile had RT hardware first!). In terms of flops and processing power, never. The laws of physics mean you can never have a smaller, less-power-consuming part outperforming a larger piece (on the same production with the same degree of engineering). A low-end GPU is going to have more flops than the highest-end mobile part.
     
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    This thread closed as not any meaningful discussion. What's a midrange PC -> how's Pc selling -> how does mobile fit in...all from a discussion that was supposed to be technical discussion about Turing architecture's influence on consoles.
     
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