Yep. Based on what Rogame today found its actually boost clock, and not Game Clock, contrary to what Patrik Schur leaked.And once again the hype train appears to be exceeding moon orbit on its way to Mars.
Regarding 2.4GHz+ boost clocks being typical for Big Navi: I'll believe it when I see it in a review. Until then, it's purely speculation. Not very realistic speculation, at that.
Schur was specifically talking about an AiB GPU while it's not clear if rogame is refering to the reference card or not. Reference will obviously clock lower and if the boost there is still at up to 2400MHz I don't see a problem with OC AiB models and a game clock of like 2400MHz.Yep. Based on what Rogame today found its actually boost clock, and not Game Clock, contrary to what Patrik Schur leaked.
No, hence why Patrik Schur strikes back:You guys think the hype-train will make it past dead mans curve this time?
Looks like there is some uncertainty about the TGP. Let me help you. According to AIB partners the TGP is defined as the power dissipated by GPU and GDDR6 without taking into account of regulation efficiency.
- Max. TGP of Navi 21 XT is 290 W.
- AIB partners are testing different TGP for their cards.
- The ~2.4 GHz was achieved with an AIB partner card. So assume that the card was slightly overclocked.
I'll update you then....Maybe you're dazed and confused? Rumor is you fell asleep listening to Zeppelin.Im just a passenger on this train now, and I do not know where it is heading.
I was literally just watching Frozen Planet and spluttered my tea over the keyboard reading that!David Attenborough's Voice:
We turn our attention now to the RDNA2 thread, where a scarcity of reliable information has manefested itself as a hype train. The hive mind is not helpless however, and has a rather... unsavory... solution to the problem as anti-hype posters begin consuming their breathern to keep the hype down to manageable levels...
It's not like this anymore (different bioses). Only first partner AIBs for AMD gets samples early, particularly Sapphire as they are the ones who have been making reference AMD designs. Sapphire is tight, solid for AMD.This just tells me nobody outside of specific people at AMD and AiBs know a damn thing.
Edit to add: this reminds me of Eyefinity where AMD gave partners different code names for the project to see who leaked info early.
It seems entirely possible AMD have sent different AIBs different bioses with different clocks so they can see which AIBs are leaky and which run a tight ship.
Total Graphics Power is not TBP or TDP traditionally.So... What are the odds that after Nvidia released the power guzzling 3000 series, AMD decided to clock the nuts off Navi 2 and blow up the power consumption? If 2.4GHz is true, then they surely use more than 250W.
No, they are not. TBP = Total/Typical Board Power.TGP = Nvidia Marketing term.
TBP = AMD marketing term.
This is how it was in the past. Total Board Power is the whole card. Then we started getting silly names for only the graphics package, ie, the GPU die. Now ppl want to change it to TGP = die + vram only.No, they are not. TBP = Total/Typical Board Power.
TBP for AMD is how much power that graphics card draws on average. Radeon VII has TBP of 300W and it never draws more than that on average. TBP is GPU Power+Memory Power+Fan Power+Power Stage Power+Everything else.
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