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Posted by JayN
 - July 23, 2022, 06:13:35
but, isn't that the point of the recent demos?  Intel is still improving their drivers and the stuff they've concentrated on ... such as 3DMark, directx12, Vulkan ... are doing well.  I suspect we'd be happy if we're doing HPC compute with their oneAPI also, since they've had thousands of programmers working on compilers and libraries for that.  Also, we know their media transcode is top rate. The optimization isn't over and, as explained in the recent demos, it will require optimizations by the game developers as well.  The reviews with such limited focus on the gaming are pretty worthless for my own needs.  Where do you go to get reviews of the oneAPI, rendering, media transcode, debugging tools, etc.?
Posted by Anonymousgg
 - July 22, 2022, 15:52:13
Oh yeah, we have an A380 but no A780. Suuuurreee.

The simpler explanation is that Ryan Shrout is being Intel's paid liar, as usual.
Posted by Redaktion
 - July 21, 2022, 01:06:30
After a plethora of rumors about Intel's RTX 3070-killer Arc A780, the company has finally broken its silence on the GPU. However, the news is not a good one for Intel fans as it has now denied ever working on an Arc A780 board. Admittedly, this isn't sitting well with leaker Moore's Law is Dead who has repeatedly confirmed the existence of the Arc A780.