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They should have bought quadros.
They should have bought Quadros instead of the original Titan Xps but now the Titan RTX fills the gap.

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it looks like Nvidia sponsored ad. It is not normal to save money on medical purposes, they need buy Quadros.

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Finally, a useful application for RTX cards has been found because there sure as hell wasn't any in the gaming world !!
Aint that the god damn truth lol

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it looks like Nvidia sponsored ad
It also looks like some people need better posture. Like, god damn!

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Those New AI chips have these trounced 3 to 450.
Fake marketing bull.

BTW, there is no market for Osteoporosis detection, the weather does that just fine. Ask me how I know.

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Not dissing the researchers, but why did they run the test with 2 different systems? And how valid are the results?
there is more info on nvidia's site, that was posted the day before:


TITAN RTX Slashes Time for Detecting Osteoporosis
January 23, 2019

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How can this be ? Everyone knows this is a gaming card lol
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Quote: Originally Posted by mkclan View Post
it looks like Nvidia sponsored ad. It is not normal to save money on medical purposes, they need buy Quadros.
Not a sponsored ad, it depends on grants on what equipment they can buy. Nvidia released the Titan V and Titan RTX to lower cost for them which is why Titans now have two main features of Teslas, FP64 and memory pooling using NVLink.

You'll see a ton of publications with cards that use Geforce drivers.

https://news.developer.nvidia.com

Here are a few recent publications that I found using Titans/Gtx 1080s. Didn't feel like looking too far back but you'll notice they are researchers at multiple universities instead of private organizations.

https://news.developer.nvidia.com/tr...s-into-speech/
https://news.developer.nvidia.com/ai...ar-heartbeats/
https://news.developer.nvidia.com/ai...ritten-recipe/
https://news.developer.nvidia.com/ai...detect-sepsis/
https://news.developer.nvidia.com/ai...ore-diagnosis/
https://news.developer.nvidia.com/ai...ew-rock-music/
https://news.developer.nvidia.com/ai...e-lung-cancer/
https://news.developer.nvidia.com/ai...imal-tracking/

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Quote: Originally Posted by profundido View Post
Finally, a useful application for RTX cards has been found because there sure as hell wasn't any in the gaming world !!
Path tracing could breath new life into remakes. Imagine Diablo 2 remastered with path traced lighting. I'm pretty excited about this possibility.

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