Yes, but it is game dependent—we tested with Intel AIB
Intel is finding out just how tricky they can be!
With the explosive growth in cloud compute workload and complexity, new segments are bringing unique workloads that require processing pixels, inference, analytics, rendering, and sending those pixels back to the client device to be viewed or for further analysis. These tasks are currently being done by separate discrete products in the cloud, and Intel hopes to integrate them in one … Read more
The GPU market has expanded with the announcement that Innosilicon, a cryptocurrency ASIC builder, have applied their talents to building a GPU using Imagination Technologies’ BXT 32-1024 MC4 RTL IP. The company was founded in 2006 in Zhuhai, China, a modern city in China’s southern Guangdong province, on the border with Macau, with R&D in Shanghai and Wuhan. The company … Read more
Quarter-to-quarter graphics add-in board shipments increased by 10.9% and increased by 25.7% year-to-year.
The RX 6600 is targeted at the 1080P gaming.
Today’s PC industry got its start with Microcomputers that were being built in garages all over the world.
The 3070 TI is a solid performer for the high-end segment
Quarter-to-quarter graphics add-in board shipments decreased by -3.9% and decreased -6.5% year-to-year
The PC GPU market shipments increased by 20.5% sequentially from last quarter and increased by 29.1% year-to-year
When AMD and Nvidia introduced their new AIBs in Q4 2020, they sold out immediately. No one anticipated the demand and attributed it to bots. Gamers complained that once again, they got left out. The suspicion was crypto-miners were the cause of the shortage. We think there is some truth, and proof in that suspicion. The waves of Cryptocurrency mining … Read more
AMD gains in market share