Main points seem to be
Culture, and leadership (MBAs vs engineers)
Wasting die space on shit that's barely used and thus getting...
About the only thing left I can think of is signalling errors.
To dumb it down a bit, PCIE is basically a network protocol. It sends packets over...
cpu speed throughout the test?
It's a weird one.
I'd like to see a more granular graph of the GPU clock speed with the GPU load.
Something is causing the GPU load to drop to...
The eggs were all in the intel basket for what? 50 years?
Then we're stuck on 7nm for a decade.
Of course TSMC is it.
No one else can do it.
One obvious shift could be to repackage suitable cores to the older chipsets as upgrade chips.
Plenty of old Kaby's floating around that could...
I guess that'll do.
I'm out of ideas.
The only thing left that I can think of is the off chance your cpu is throttling for some reason....
Try some from last year then :/
You're not alone in this.
Try the older drivers.
That's more like it.
See the holes in the gpu load?
It's visibly cutting in and out.
Add the cpu load graph.
It looks fine. Nothing standout at all.
And it was stuttering then?
Though I have to say 1140mhz core clock seems a bit low - but the power draw...
I want to see the sensors tab. of gpuz.
It graphs the history.
I think they'd be more likely to licence TSMC tech, or clear out an old Fab for them to use exclusively for Intel.
And it's still reporting 16x in GPUz?
I think we're going to need pics of gpuz with all the graphs enabled while it's stuttering in a game.
So it's still running at 16x, GPUz shows normal operation in mhz, temps, etc, but it's still dying in the ass?
Is it running at 4x again?
Maybe it's just unstable at pcie3. Try 2.