CybertronPC Offers New System Based Around AMD R9 Nano

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Looks like an excelent 4K gaming system? THG's on reviews of the R9 family say otherwise. Not enough gpu power and 4gig of HBM isnt really enough. But hey. Nice advertisement. Next year's updated graphics will be where the real 4K comes in from both manufacturers. 8+gig of HBM and a bit of an update on the gpu side (perhaps a huge update with the new finfet manufacturing) will be the real 4K deal.
 

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I was excited until I saw the case. The way to highlight the Nano is to put it in the smallest case that can possibly fit it. A 6700k is perplexing to nobody but using an over the shelf case is a major disappointment.
 

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Looks like an excelent 4K gaming system? THG's on reviews of the R9 family say otherwise. Not enough gpu power and 4gig of HBM isnt really enough. But hey. Nice advertisement. Next year's updated graphics will be where the real 4K comes in from both manufacturers. 8+gig of HBM and a bit of an update on the gpu side (perhaps a huge update with the new finfet manufacturing) will be the real 4K deal.
nothing really handles 4k well yet, there is no single gpu solution without turning graphics settings down, but if benchmarks are right, across the board amd offerings are better 4k than nvidia at this point, and unless something changes, dx12 is dominated by amd. it will be interesting to see if a new architecture from nvidia that handles dx12 well also hands dx11 as good as it has been.
 

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They also did not mention that you have to connect 4K monitor through Displayport only. Because AMD did not put HDMI 2.0 support to it's cards yet and you can get 4K 60Hz only by using DP port. HDMI organization announced HDMI 2.0 specs but AMD don't care. Because only rich people who can pay 1000+USD deserve 4K display output.
 

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If the case can support a radiator for water cooling, and longer graphics cards, then the Fury X just makes more sense...... The Nano is a cool and interesting product, but it's still not very practical for anything other than the absolutely smallest system possible, and for the power-efficiency.
 
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