Again, i was not making an statement that every next gen game is going to be like this, it is a red flag, for all current hardware, thats all. And i know it has issues.It may be the "first of the next gen of "flight sims, but it certainly doesn't represent the whole pantheon of games or even game engines. MSFS, like most new AAA games, has performance issues. Those issues seem to be independent of the hardware available. When 3900X's with 2080s have massive frame rate dips, there's more going on than "the hardware isn't good enough". That's an issue with game engine performance scaling. That the difference in overall performance of the 4700 and a system with the "minimum" spec of an RX570 is so minimal, it tells you right there that something, somewhere isn't scaling properly.
I will conceed one very important thing with MSFS, it is VERY texture heavy. It absolutely churns through VRAM and moves a lot of data back and forth from system RAM to VRAM. Since APUs still don't use a full unified memory model, there is going to be a lot of duplication of data in RAM, and a lot of needless copying back and forth, further clogging up the memory bus. I can suggest that, if you are going to attempt to play a game like MSFS with an APU, memory tuning and size are going to be crucial in getting anywhere near playable performance.
Wait, it says Navi there.You guys wanted RDNA2 in an APU? Ask and ye shall receive:
The downside is that it's not a standard mobile implementation (hence the non FP_ socket name) and it's designed for low power scenarios.
Navi 2x = RDNA 2, it isn't wrong other than missing; Navi 1x = RDNA, Navi 2x = RDNA2, Navi 3x = RDNA3.Wait, it says Navi there.
No I believe the slide is a fat fake.Nosta believes that Vega 7 is derived from Vega as it exists in the Mi100 compute card.
A couple said that for Dali/Pollock as well. But, they released in the normal stream.Luciene is a semi-costum for cromebooks -link is in original post-
They corrected article, no TB3 so far on AMD laptops. I've installed a few Lenovo E15 (R7 4700U) & X13 (R5-4650U) laptops and I must say these things feel ridiculously fastHm, didn't follow the development on Thunderbolt in AMD laptops, is Lenovo Yoga Slim 7-14ARE the first AMD laptop to include Thunderbolt 3?
After facing a few delays, AMD's premier Ryzen 7 4800U is finally starting to hit store shelves. Results are insane for a 14-inch subnotebook to the point where it'd be tough to recommend an Intel counterpart when given the same price.www.notebookcheck.net
Pfff, that's quite the dent into notebookcheck's credibility. I was always assuming they post and watermark their own photos, not use those of manufacturers. That they showed and are still showing pictures of the Intel model in an article about the AMD model should be a complete no go, after all after this mix up who knows what else differs between the models.They corrected article, no TB3 so far on AMD laptops.
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