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Mr. Friendly

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they could place some gddr5 on die. it completely escapes me why they haven't done that already .
cost and extra power/heat I would assume. even when Intel did put some GPU cache, the amount was laughable...128MB? c'mon! :doh:


also, can you imagine how much bigger the die would get? think Threadripper I bet...and those monsters require massive cooling!
 

Sagath

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Because the more complex and bigger you make a die, the more likely it will have architecture failures.

Putting gddr5 on die is a costly proposition with very minimal real world benefit.
 

Sean123

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Because the more complex and bigger you make a die, the more likely it will have architecture failures.

Putting gddr5 on die is a costly proposition with very minimal real world benefit.
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