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01-25-2020 04:28 AM
kithylin
Quote: Originally Posted by Mooncheese View Post
RT is going to be twice as fast, mark my words. RT didn't take off because the feature destroyed performance and NGreed sorely want their pet technology to succeed.
Just so you know, it's already been documented that the "twice as fast" claim that Nvidia are advertising for Ampere is only going to be in relation to the RT Cores / AI Cores being twice as fast vs Turing's RT / AI Cores. The actual rasterization speed will probably only be +30% at best and that's being super optimistic.
01-25-2020 04:18 AM
DirtyScrubz
Quote: Originally Posted by Mooncheese View Post
To the contrary, solely in rasterization terms I believe we will see the kind of jump in performance we saw going from Maxwell to Pascal, i.e. 980 Ti to 1080 (25%) and 980 Ti to 1080 Ti (50%+). RT will be 50% faster between 2080 Ti and 3080 and possibly 100% faster between 2080 Ti and 3080 Ti (because they placed emphasis on an huge improvement in RT and 25% is not an improvement worth upgrading for when youre at 50 FPS in Shadow of the Tomb Raider with RT on). There will also be new Ampere specific features like there are with every new architecture, DLSS 2 or something or another "Only on Ampere". NGreed have already stated they are also bringing the prices down across the board, which probably means -$100 for the mid tier cards, the 70 and 80, and presumably $200 for the "3080 Ti".

What they may do is launch big die Ampere as the Titan card at launch like they have historically done for $1500 or something ridiculous (because they can still point to Titan V and say "look at how much cheaper it is in comparison"} and then launch the same card minus 5% SM's next year as "3080 Ti" for $1k.

Look at the gains we saw halving the node from Maxwell to Pascal (28 to 16nm). We are going to see that all over again. No way are they halving the node for less than 50% increase in performance across the board solely in rasterization.

RT is going to be twice as fast, mark my words. RT didn't take off because the feature destroyed performance and NGreed sorely want their pet technology to succeed.

LOL prepare to be disappointed..sorely.
01-24-2020 10:08 AM
newls1
Quote: Originally Posted by EvilPerm View Post
Add me to the list please


Quick question... New to overclocking, I have clocked my Gigabyte rtx 2080 ti gaming oc to 2145 core and 2069 memory @ 1.05 volts... (msi afterburner curve) Temps are around 45deg and all seems stable after a few hours testing. Is this any good and ok for long gaming sessions (8hr+)


According to GPUz it stays at 1.05v and 2130/45 core for the whole of the benchmark


edit - it does dip below 1.05v so not set to constantly run at 1.05 (when idle etc) excuse a new overclocker not knowing exact terms etc :/





I can run at 1.00 volts for 2100 core and same oc on memory and again stable.


using https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/...i-11264-190218 bios that was installed on card



Sorry in advance if these are stupid questions etc...
guessing with a 45c temp you are watercooled? Those speeds are just fine and 1.05v isnt gonna hurt a thing. we have same exact card, and im just using +130core and +1000mem in afterburner. Im completely content with this OC and my temps dont go above 33/34c after playing pretty much any game. Unless we experiment with modded bios'es to increase power limit, we are pretty much stuck, but i will NOT bios mod this card. She is running way to good and plenty of power for anything ill ever need out of it.
01-24-2020 05:42 AM
EvilPerm Add me to the list please


Quick question... New to overclocking, I have clocked my Gigabyte rtx 2080 ti gaming oc to 2145 core and 2069 memory @ 1.05 volts... (msi afterburner curve) Temps are around 45deg and all seems stable after a few hours testing. Is this any good and ok for long gaming sessions (8hr+)


According to GPUz it stays at 1.05v and 2130/45 core for the whole of the benchmark


edit - it does dip below 1.05v so not set to constantly run at 1.05 (when idle etc) excuse a new overclocker not knowing exact terms etc :/





I can run at 1.00 volts for 2100 core and same oc on memory and again stable.


using https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/...i-11264-190218 bios that was installed on card



Sorry in advance if these are stupid questions etc...
01-23-2020 11:22 PM
J7SC I look forward to hear more REAL information about Ampere if and when it becomes available (ditto for AMD's 'big' GPU and Intel's Xe). But for now, I am more interested in mastering the checker-board rendering for my 2x 2080 TIs (which btw have been great fun for more than a year now). I haven't had the time to dig deeper into the checker-board option (other than enable it for some tests), but with my setup driving a 4K / 75Hz (DisplayPort) monitor, I really have not run into any bottlenecks.
01-23-2020 11:02 PM
kithylin
Quote: Originally Posted by JustinThyme View Post
As of right now any speculation on the next Gen Nvidia platform is just that, speculation and conjecture. I’m sure something will be pushed out but it may be something like the Volta that does squat for anything but serious GPU workloads and cost $5K a piece. We’ll just have to wait and see until late summer for the babies and fall into winter for the Ti of it happens.
Well we do know it will be named Ampere. That's all we know though.
01-23-2020 10:13 PM
JustinThyme
Quote: Originally Posted by Mooncheese View Post
Just viewed this after writing my last post:

https://youtu.be/DAGLpRN_RV8
Even the producer said this video was 100% conjecture.
01-23-2020 10:12 PM
JustinThyme As of right now any speculation on the next Gen Nvidia platform is just that, speculation and conjecture. I’m sure something will be pushed out but it may be something like the Volta that does squat for anything but serious GPU workloads and cost $5K a piece. We’ll just have to wait and see until late summer for the babies and fall into winter for the Ti of it happens.
01-23-2020 11:32 AM
BigMack70 If you're self-employed (and for all intents and purposes, Linus and other folks making a living full time on Youtube are self-employed), work/life balance is hard to get right - even harder than it usually is. There's constant pressure to be in "work mode", or to have things running in your mind about work - even in the background. Unless you are exceptionally good at compartmentalizing your life, everything tends to bleed together. Perspective on life, quality time with family, etc... those things take a hit. Not sure it was worth a 20 minute video, but it's not surprising he's had to wrestle with those things.
01-23-2020 09:49 AM
Uriette
Quote: Originally Posted by keikei View Post
Welcome to OCN. Dat indeed is one helluva upgrade. I remember rockin xfire 290X's and failing hard with 4k. Now, not so much, but with every game release, they seems to push the card harder and harder.
Thank you very much !

Yes, that's a very big step up, my 1st 980 Ti was used for like 4 years or something like that, and it was use very often in heavy games. The second one I used for SLI was keep for 5-6 months, I sell it because I get no real improvment in performances ingame (was mostly for the lulz to run an SLI one time in my life). Still a solid GPU today, but I get the possibility to buy an RTX 2080 Ti today by selling a lot of skins from CSGO. ^^
The R9 290X Matrix it's different. It was pretty powerful (when it was the best GPU at this date), but was running too, too hot and was very loud. So I decide to sell it one year later and go for the 980 Ti SC+ like a few months after the official release of the GTX 980 Ti card from nVidia.

Actually for the 4K yes, some games are really really heavy and even the highest-end GPU in the market can have issues running smoothly the biggest AAA Games. (Example with R2R haha ^^)
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