Summary of Первый тест RX 7900 XTX vs RTX 4090 и 4080 слили в сеть и чего ждать от AMD, Nvidia и Intel

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In this review, the YouTuber discusses recent releases from NVIDIA and AMD, as well as Intel, in the graphics and processors market. The discussion covers both the high-end and budget-friendly options, with criticisms of the recent releases and speculation about upcoming products. The reviewer also delves into the impact of the mining boom period, the financial crisis, and y

  • 00:00:00 In this section, the YouTuber discusses the recent releases from NVIDIA, particularly the updated 3060 Ti and the underwhelming 3060. The hardware was tested and showed a 15% drop in performance compared to its predecessor. The 3060 also received criticism for its high price, as it doesn't offer significant improvements over previous models. The discussion then shifts to leaked information about the upcoming 470 Ti and 480 graphics cards from NVIDIA, with the 490 being of particular interest as it is expected to have double the performance of its predecessor. The YouTuber suggests that the BIOS profiles of these cards should come optimized for reduced power consumption and performance, as it often falls on users to make adjustments themselves. The popularity of budget-friendly graphics cards, like the GTX 1650, is also mentioned, highlighting their appeal to the mass market.
  • 00:05:00 In this section, the reviewer discusses the popularity of the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 laptop GPU, noting that it was a popular choice for gamers during the mining boom period. They also mention upcoming games like The Witcher 3 and a graphics upgrade for Portal, which may give gamers more reasons to keep these games installed on their computers. The reviewer then transitions to discussing the new VK Capsule Neo, which features a voice assistant named Marusya that can control various smart devices. Moving on to AMD, the reviewer discusses the company's attempt to increase its market share with the Ryzen 7000 series processors, mentioning that price reductions on the processors have begun in Europe and the US. They also mention the upcoming release of the AMD Radeon RX 7900 GPUs, which have yielded mixed results in early tests. The reviewer then shifts focus to Intel, noting that the company has faced challenges in the graphics card market. The aftermath of the financial crisis, the mining boom, and the loss of qualified Russian engineers and developers are cited as factors that have hindered Intel's progress. The review concludes with speculation that Intel may only focus on server and laptop GPUs in the future, with no expectations for high-performance desktop graphics cards. However, the potential for server GPUs remains due to their high profit margin.
  • 00:10:00 In this section, the video discusses the challenges faced by Intel in the semiconductor industry, including the recent impact of strained relations with Russia on Europe's access to affordable energy resources. The video also mentions Intel's decision to cut jobs in Europe and their plans to build new factories in the United States, as well as the efforts by the US to reduce dependence on chip imports. The video predicts that while Intel may face difficulties with their graphics cards, their processors are still popular among consumers and there are expectations for their new line of server processors to gain market share. Additionally, the video mentions the upcoming release of new enthusiast and workstation processors from Intel, which are expected to have significant features such as 16 memory slots and 116 PCIe lanes.
  • 00:15:00 In this section, the speaker discusses the potential shortcomings of the upcoming Intel processors. They mention that while the 6 cores may seem inadequate compared to other motherboards, there will also be higher-end Xeon processors with up to 56 cores and 112 threads. They also note that Intel's platform for enthusiasts and workstations has a longer lifespan compared to the platform for regular consumers. Additionally, the speaker talks about the ongoing issue of melting power connectors in the new RTX 3000 series graphics cards. They explain that the problem usually occurs when the graphics card is not fully inserted, causing increased power load on some pins. The speaker suggests that a software or hardware fuse could have been implemented to prevent this problem, but it was not done. Finally, the speaker expresses their excitement for the upcoming laptops with Intel Raptor Lake processors, AMD Ryzen 7000 series CPUs, RTX 4000 series, and Radeon 7000 series graphics cards. They hope to see a high-performance laptop with improved battery life as an alternative to MacBook.

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