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[Youtube] The Real reason behind RTX technology



This video, somehow explain NV real intention behind the RTX technology implement, it was to create a function that needed so many transistors there is no way it can integrated into the CPU (NV survival depended on discrete GPU)


I am not too sure how true is this, but somehow it does make abit of logic sense in the long run.

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Well this do have CPUs running phsyx to a degree. But Nvidia could join the CPU game buy up cyrix or arm since it runs widows now.

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Intel is already developing their own discrete GPU so I don't see how this will be relevant going forward. Intel could very well be working on their own real-time ray tracing implementation as we speak.

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True roja coulda gave them something to work with in the GCN Faimly hopefully it works out but I'd hate to be on Nvidias end here seeing you're market being populated by and and soon Intel.

And Nvidia only makes gpus there Ai efforts are being shutdown as it's customers are building there in house Ai Accelerators. And even the smart phone docs are getting neural net accelerated cores.

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This video is a very good analysis on why JHH might lose his position as the NV CEO.


1) He lied to investor with his eyes open
2) Personally sold 18m worth of stock (illegal)
3) Direction that NV is heading to (by diversify) is not working. Gaming / AI / Datacenter / Automotives


JHH is a prodigy, but his product are so expensive they wont last, buget integrated product and ASIC are taking over the market.


So much for all the justification on RTX Titan pricing (wannabeocer for eg). I am sorry but seem like NV will be dying soon.

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That would be good go back to drawing board be the first out with say vector based gpus not pulling Intel and scaling you're HPC cards into consumer cards looking Xeon and the core i9s lol. Which I bought shoulda waited for thread ripper 2. Buyers remorce is real. But I might be lucky and can sell it off.

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I don't see IGPUs for the future to large not enough cooling in one surface area.

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Quote: Originally Posted by wingman99 View Post
I don't see IGPUs for the future to large not enough cooling in one surface area.
You need to see things from outside of top end performance.
Most gamers are playing on 1080p 60hz.
A RX 580 or GTX 1060 can handle that fine. IGPUs coming out this year are basically 1 step below that already. 2 years time id expect them to match that performance.
And there goes the whole lower to mid end market which is where most sales come from.


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Couldn't they just add them gpus to motherboard design like old co prosserors. Toss em were North bridge is. Toss on a Heatsink fan there ya go.

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Quote: Originally Posted by wingman99 View Post
I don't see IGPUs for the future to large not enough cooling in one surface area.
I'd think it would need to be a chiplet design to really have that kind of GPU performance, a Threadripper sized package seems easier to cool in my mind.

I don't imagine mid range graphics APUs being possible until we get much faster ram. Furthermore that's at least an extra 200w to run such a GPU so motherboards would have to compensate. I don't see dedicated cards going away any times soon simply because if it would work well on a CPU's PCB it will work much better/faster as a dedicated card.


I can easily see this generation's APUs knocking out the lower tier GPUs completely. If they're using the same Navi dies that go into next gen consoles on an APU...oh man.

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