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post #21 of 55 (permalink) Old 11-24-2018, 08:15 AM
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card name - FFXV benchmark = price = speed ratio to 660 = speed ratio normalized by price
660 - 2600 = n price = 1 = 1
960/1050Ti - 39xx = n*0.9 price = 1.5 = 1.67
1060 6G - 6421 = n*1.57 price = 2.46 = 1.56


And this assumes price of 960 0.9x of 660. Wikipedia says 660 was for 230 and 960 for 200, which would be 0.87 ratio. Frankly even when I'm quite opposed to second hand cards, paying 200-250$ for decent second hand well maintanined (even if mining origin) GTX 1070 might be smarter choice, assuming it would last at least 3 years, and will not go boom in half year of normal gaming usage.

BTW RTX 2060 is 5/6 speed of unknown NVidia card in that benchmark. Would they release 2060 and 2060 Ti? Or perhaps we would see 2070SE.
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Quote: Originally Posted by tpi2007 View Post
AdoredTV said a while back in the Turing speculation video that the GTX/RTX 2060 would be around 27% faster than the GTX 1060, and thus still slower than the GTX 1070, so it adds up to this leak.

Remember when the GTX 1060 was as fast as a GTX 980 and not behind a 970.
Man I remember when a 6600 gt was faster than a Radeon 9800 pro let alone fx 5900, think about that, the x60 mid range cards used to beat the absolute best from their previous generation and at most at sub 300 usd price point.
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Man I remember when a 6600 gt was faster than a Radeon 9800 pro let alone fx 5900, think about that, the x60 mid range cards used to beat the absolute best from their previous generation and at most at sub 300 usd price point.
Man, those were the days. It's kind of sad seeing where things are now...
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Man I remember when a 6600 gt was faster than a Radeon 9800 pro let alone fx 5900, think about that, the x60 mid range cards used to beat the absolute best from their previous generation and at most at sub 300 usd price point.
Yes but this was be cause of pixel shader. Games started to use shading more intensively, and GPUs had more pixel shading dedicaded hardware. However Radeon 9800pro ( mine modded to XT ) was the bigest jump in the gpu performance and graphics ever. I have payed all the money i had at the time for a Sapphire Radeon 9800pro full box.

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These were days when GFX cards ate 40 W of power. And used fins on VRM.
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Dumb move if NVIDIA decides to include them on the 2060. What resolution do they expect people to play at to actually use it? 800x600? The 2080 Ti barely manages 1080p 60FPS in BFV with RT.
That's single player. Who plays singleplayer only in Battlefield?

Multiplayer I'm getting 80+ with RT max setting 2080Ti 1440p
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This late in the game though and with that kind of performance I wonder if a GTX 960 class of GPU, that didn't really improve much over the previous 760 other than price (and I very much doubt that price will be lower this time around), really has a place next year with 7nm looming. If I were Nvidia I would just discontinue the GTX 1080, as it competes with the RTX 2070, and they could stop worrying about a single GDDR5X supplier for it, but keep selling the GTX 1070 and 1070 Ti, but at lower prices. The 1070 against the RX 590 wins on all fronts, it performs better and uses less power, while having the same amount of GDDR5. And then the 1070 Ti could tackle Vega 56 and also Vega 64 to some extent. The dies are small enough at 314mm2 that they can lower the prices at this point.

If TPU's latest rumoured specs for the RTX 2060 are anything to go by, it seems that it will be a harvested TU106 (RTX 2070) based card, at 445mm2, so people will be paying for the die size and Nvidia's choices, but not the performance, certainly not feasible RTX performance, and will only have 6 GB of VRAM. It will be another boring GTX 960 type of card but arguably with an even shorter shelf life.

https://www.techpowerup.com/gpu-spec...rtx-2060.c3310
IMO, the entire Turing with their RT & tensor cores is a waste of die space. Nvidia should have put those cores in 7nm. 12nm does not even have enough advantages over 16nm to waste die area for RT & tensor cores. If they do it on 7nm, then can get both performance gain & ray tracing function without even blowing up die area.

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IMO, the entire Turing with their RT & tensor cores is a waste of die space. Nvidia should have put those cores in 7nm. 12nm does not even have enough advantages over 16nm to waste die area for RT & tensor cores. If they do it on 7nm, then can get both performance gain & ray tracing function without even blowing up die area.
Good point. Wonder if we see (non RTX) 2080Ti's? Even the name RTX doesn't sound good to me.
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Faster than RX 590 at $299 would be acceptable as i am expecting a couple of free games bundle as well. But at $349 would be a hard sell but people would still buy it unfortunately. I hope it does not come with RTX branding as it is useless on this card and even on 2070.

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