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|01-27-2020 09:56 AM|
GamersNexus found it was actually 2080 core detuned, not to kill a regular 2060. It will do some amazing computation output though
Kinda want to buy a few to see the deep learning performance difference.
|01-27-2020 09:39 AM|
A card that's 5% slower than a RX 5700 for only $279 with many more features than Navi? Pretty much a GTX 1080 with a few RT cores and Tensor cores for $279.
|01-24-2020 09:12 PM|
|NBrock||I am not too worried about temps. The ambient temps in my basement are pretty low. But that is a good point about the PCB and stuff.|
|01-24-2020 03:26 PM|
I am interested to know if the KO's better performance in compute type workloads helps with [email protected] performance at all. I am looking for a dedicated folding card to throw in my backup rig.
|01-24-2020 12:35 PM|
|NBrock||I am interested to know if the KO's better performance in compute type workloads helps with [email protected] performance at all. I am looking for a dedicated folding card to throw in my backup rig.|
|01-23-2020 05:10 PM|
|01-23-2020 04:49 PM|
Apparently not the EVGA model.
Improved performance in Siemens NX closer to RTX 2080 is meaningless however, as even the RTX 2080 Ti only manages about 20 FPS whereas TITAN xp and RTX TITAN both get over 200FPS even in 4K resolution. In addition , the 6GB VRAM will be more limiting.
Quadro RTX 4000 (8GB GDDR6 VRAM on 256-bit bus) is using TU104-850 after all so it might not be a salvage from that part.
Also his pronunciation of CATIA is cringeworthy.
|01-23-2020 01:45 PM|
But I mean the whole nVidia 2000 series has been.. meh.
|01-23-2020 12:02 PM|
You do not want to do it with KO model. That is 1650 Super PCB/ Cooler with 2080 core lol.
Lol come on man, that would be sweet. Or fire one of the two.
|01-23-2020 11:39 AM|
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