Your move, Raja.
If you’re a consumer in the market for the graphics card I pity you, even though we’re spoiled for choices, NVIDIA’s RTX 4000 series has proven to be an overpriced pile of excrement that will explode like fertilizer, while AMD have clapped back with the RX 7000 series but naturally their price tags have somewhat climbed as well.
Intel’s ARC Alchemist however is somewhat more affordable, but it’s generally a slow piece of shit that doesn’t even support older APIs, so realistically the only option you’d have remaining now would be to wait and purchase an RX 6000 or RTX 3000 series GPU on clearance over the next coming months.
Or do you?
Remember when Judaized countries essentially took taxpayer money and gave it to countries such as China to kickstart local manufacturing and steel industries of which the entire world is apparently reliant upon now? Because just about everything is made in China in today’s world.
Your shoes are most certainly made by the hands of Chinese children, with the communist nation being renowned the world over for producing the “highest quality” goods, so much so that not even the Chinese themselves trust Chinese made products.
From Chinese cars of which majority of new car buyers are indeed buying Chinese, soon enough the soyim will eventually end up buying Chinese CPUs and GPUs.
Moore Thread, a Chinese company nobody has ever heard of before have announced their very own high performance graphics card for gaming.
Gaming? In China? Don’t make me laugh, except that I’m not laughing and that Moore Thread is entirely serious.
The “MTT S80” graphics card promises to provide exceptional mid-range gaming performance, at the helm of the MTT S80 lies Moore Thread’s new “Chunxiao” architecture.
The new Chunxiao architecture aims to propel the MTT S80 graphics card, containing 4,096 MUSA streaming cores, 256 texture units and render outputs and surprisingly 128 tensor cores to aid in computational (AI) workloads.
It is the first graphics card to utilize PCIe Gen 5, features 22 Billion transistors in total, equipped with 16GB of GDDR6 memory across a 256-bit memory interface providing a maximum bandwidth of 448 GB/s.
As for what processing node the MTT S80 utilizes is unknown, Moore Thread doesn’t actually specify, probably because it’s sourced from a Taiwanese company, but I assume that it’s 12 nanometers.
With a rather low frequency of just 1.8GHz, the MTT S80 is capable of 14.4 single precision FP32 TFLOPs, while it’s entirely pointless to compare GAMING performance across various other graphics cards relative to their COMPUTE ability, for reference sake 14.4 TFLOPs is around that of NVIDIA’s RTX 3060 Ti, AMD’s 6700 XT and Intel’s ARC A770 although I wouldn’t expect much in terms of actual gaming performance given the sort of titles Moore Thread are peddling with its GPU.
Compared to previously released products such as the Moore Thread MTT S60, which was built on an unspecified 12nm processing node, features just 2,048 MUSA streaming cores, providing just 6 TFLOPs of compute ability and equipped with 8GB of LPDDR4X memory, the all new MTT S80 is slated to provide 3.4X greater rasterization performance on DirextX titles.
At least that is what I assume these charts represent, because I don’t speak bugmen.
Three times of what performance exactly? I’m not Chinese and there are no benchmarks featuring the MTT S60 out in the wild anywhere, which is odd because you would imagine that the red nationalists would purchase Chinese backdoor riddled goods.
Moore Thread showcased some of the “modern” marvels that the all new Chunxiao is capable of playing, featuring support for Vulkan, OpenGL and DirectX unlike Intel’s ARC, this all new Chinese GPU is a must have for those who remain stuck in the year 2011.
Games such as League of Legends, Counter Strike: Global Offensive, two of the most popular games in the region of China is all here, they’re all supported and they are absolutely sublime, with no actual performance figures to go off here it’s obvious to assume that the average ching chong enthusiast will reach new heights in matchmaking with the MTT S80 graphics card.
But it doesn’t just end there, while the man children of today are going over Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, China is ahead of the curve by featuring and promoting Modern Warfare 3.
Skyrim, Spin Tires, Ori, Terraria, Test Drive Unlimited 2, Borderlands 2 and Colin McRae Dirt 2 are just some of the modern titles that China’s latest and greatest has to offer not only that but the MTT S80 will support the original Far Cry, released in 2004 alongside 2007’s S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Shadow of Chernobyl, unlike Intel’s ARC Alchemist GPUs.
Even though Moore Thread is reluctant to mention availability or pricing, expect to pick up these GPUs for well over their local retail pricing on platforms such as Aliexpress in the near distant future.
With such stellar generational gains on some of the most modern video games to grace the PC platform, considering how 90% of the titles listed above are not natively supported on Intel ARC graphics. I can assure you that the MTT S80 graphics card will certainly cement Intel and their ARC Alchemist A770 being the fourth horse in this climatic graphics card race.