No because it isn't mine, and once you actually click on the link it says so right there in the description.
Happy to help but not by answering stupid questions.
Other than that it has now literally been discussed twice in the last three pages.
Any difference between it and the stock riser...
The bigger problem is a riser cable compatible with amd. This has been discussed already, and it's just not on the market yet.
There are pci4 risers, but tolerances for the AMD cards are different so there is no guaranteed working riser on the market yet.
No not yet. It might work, but if it uses pci4 then no.
It appears that pci4 will not be required for SAM on AMD.
Nvidia meanwhile have stated that Sam will also work on their cards and that they will enable it via a driver update.
They are currently working on it, and will prob only be brought...
That's what I've heard too. 3070TI and 3080TI's to counter the AMD cards.
Not sure which gap they are supposed to fill since the difference between the 3080 and 3090 is already very small.
Personally I wouldn't get a 3070 that is 2080ti levels of performance, because it doesn't seem like an...
I feel my 3080tuf is the better card to own over the 6800xt for dlss, the displayed colors, raytracing, and drivers.
The 6900xt might be as good as the 3090 for 999 dollar but dlss, colors, raytracing and possibly drivers will still be lacking. So the next two years my 3080 will be with me.
I don't really know but the 16gb ps5 has no seperate ram and gpu memory so it's shared.
That makes the total available gpu memory a lot less.
I think you'll be fine with the faster 10gb 6x memory but not for how long.
It comes down to how long you are planning to use the card, and what for. If...