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Yep, because every Turing AIB card can run at 2,745Mhz.
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LOL...

LN2 or extreme cooling solution runs should not be in the same "hall of fame" as off-the-shelf GPUs. It provides a skewed picture and we have people confused as in the post you quoted above.


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It's funny you think 2200Mhz+ is easy to reach on a RTX 2080 Ti with normal cooling.

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inb4 it's also 35% more expensive

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If power consumption increases as much as perf, then it's not really improving overall.
Should compare 2080ti vs 3080ti both at the same 250w TDP to check the real progress...
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LN2 or extreme cooling solution runs should not be in the same "hall of fame" as off-the-shelf GPUs. It provides a skewed picture and we have people confused as in the post you quoted above.
Confused is a generous interpenetration. At this point intentionally manipulative would be my assumption.

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They say while posting a result with the GPU at 2370 MHz and an average temperature of 'N/A'.

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If power consumption increases as much as perf, then it's not really improving overall.
Should compare 2080ti vs 3080ti both at the same 250w TDP to check the real progress...
I disagree, if we are evaluating the technology you are correct but if we are evaluating the GPU I don't care how much power it uses (assuming I can still cool it with a water block). Even if we have no gain in efficiency I would still want a GPU that could do 2x what my 2080 Ti can. I have a 4K120Hz display and I want to be able to drive it with one GPU.

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If power consumption increases as much as perf, then it's not really improving overall.
Should compare 2080ti vs 3080ti both at the same 250w TDP to check the real progress...
Why do you think the power target is higher than 250w? A 6912 core A100 uses 250w, we're definitely not getting that many CUDA cores.

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If power consumption increases as much as perf, then it's not really improving overall.
Should compare 2080ti vs 3080ti both at the same 250w TDP to check the real progress...
Why do you think the power target is higher than 250w? A 6912 core A100 uses 250w, we're definitely not getting that many CUDA cores.
Because 400w is not enough for A100 SXM4 and limits its boost frequency at only 1410Mhz.
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I don't care if its 10% or 50% faster what matters is price.

Its not hard to browse comments on any social media platform and here the echos of people complaining about nvidias pricing.

Also I dont care what anyone says but turning was not widely popular with gamers and still a ton of people sitting on 10 and 9 series cards. If they want developers and this whole RTX ecosystem to take off they need to get more people to have these cards in there system.
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It's funny you think 2200Mhz+ is easy to reach on a RTX 2080 Ti with normal cooling.
It's real funny isn't it? An entire data base of results proving you wrong. I want your tears fresh. If I see salt sentiment at the bottom of my flask I'm sending it back.
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