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post #31 of 9446 (permalink) Old 08-20-2018, 03:33 PM
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One 2080 Ti FE from Nvidia ordered and one Zotac 2080 Ti from Newegg ordered. Going to see which one gets here faster....

EK said they will have blocks ready on 9/20 so ill have to keep an eye out for that since I am on custom loop with my Titan Xp.

I am sure hoping it's minimum 30% faster than Titan Xp. :-/

Need more frame rate for that 2560 X 1440p 240Hz .5ms monitor that is being worked on.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Elmy View Post
One 2080 Ti FE from Nvidia ordered and one Zotac 2080 Ti from Newegg ordered. Going to see which one gets here faster....

EK said they will have blocks ready on 9/20 so ill have to keep an eye out for that since I am on custom loop with my Titan Xp.

I am sure hoping it's minimum 30% faster than Titan Xp. :-/

Need more frame rate for that 2560 X 1440p 240Hz .5ms monitor that is being worked on.
What price is ZOTAC bro ?))
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Quote: Originally Posted by chakku View Post
I would set my expectations at it matching the Titan V or slightly beating it depending on how the GDDR6 compares to the HBM2 and how the cooling compared to the V's blower fan help it boost higher.

But hey if they can manage to pull off performance gains like the Infiltrator demo without the use of dedicated hardware like the RT or Tensor cores then I'll be amazed.
Also pre-ordered one. Can't wait to finally get rid of SLI...

I agree, for games without RTX, I suspect Titan V levels of performance (around 14 tflops of single precision performance)
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What price is ZOTAC bro ?))
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Look at what the Titan V achieved with ~43% more shader cores (albeit clocked a little lower) and HBM2, while the 2080 Ti only has 21% more cores. If you're expecting it to be an even bigger gain over the 1080 Ti than the full Volta GPU then you may want to lower your expectations to not be completely disappointed. Titan V has more GFLOPS than 2080 Ti as well. Volta/Turing aren't so vastly different that you can't compare those metrics.
I'll be very surprised if it isn't at least 35% faster than a 1080 Ti. As the only reference point we have so far, an overclocked 1080 Ti will yield about 45fps average in the Infiltrator demo at 4k. If we assume 2080 Ti does 60fps average based on what was shown today, that's about 33% faster and is probably a conservative estimate. That doesn't guarantee that the performance advantage there will translate linearly into a gaming average, but I think people are a little more panicked than they need to be at this point. Is this card "worth" the price? Obviously not. Is it going to be a meaningful upgrade from the 1080 Ti? I think so.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Elmy View Post
One 2080 Ti FE from Nvidia ordered and one Zotac 2080 Ti from Newegg ordered. Going to see which one gets here faster....

EK said they will have blocks ready on 9/20 so ill have to keep an eye out for that since I am on custom loop with my Titan Xp.

I am sure hoping it's minimum 30% faster than Titan Xp. 😕

Need more frame rate for that 2560 X 1440p 240Hz .5ms monitor that is being worked on.
They did??? Where? And for what? The FE?

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I'll be very surprised if it isn't at least 35% faster than a 1080 Ti. As the only reference point we have so far, an overclocked 1080 Ti will yield about 45fps average in the Infiltrator demo at 4k. If we assume 2080 Ti does 60fps average based on what was shown today, that's about 33% faster and is probably a conservative estimate. That doesn't guarantee that the performance advantage there will translate linearly into a gaming average, but I think people are a little more panicked than they need to be at this point. Is this card "worth" the price? Obviously not. Is it going to be a meaningful upgrade from the 1080 Ti? I think so.
The Infiltrator demo was using the tensor cores in the 2080 Ti, we have yet to see an apples to apples comparison of 'vanilla' performance between the two.

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The Infiltrator demo was using the tensor cores in the 2080 Ti.
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Quote: Originally Posted by toncij View Post
For what?
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As an example, Huang showed off the Infiltrator demo, based on the UE4 engine, running at 78fps at 4K, instead of 38fps on a GeForce 1080 Ti. The main reason for the increase is due to the Tensor cores filling in the resolution through neural network training.
https://hexus.net/tech/news/graphics...2080-rtx-2070/

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Guys what u think about %%%?? I hope 2080Ti give 40% vs 1080t without Ray-tracing)))
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