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02-27-2020 06:55 PM
Socks keep you warm
Quote: Originally Posted by cicala View Post
110% this

AMD have no interest in competing with the 'PC gpu market' cause they only care about their console contracts in making gpus for those, cause they technically run a monopoly with that, since the Switch runs a tegra and isn't really meant to compete with PS and Xbox.
You are semi right, but it's more that fact that they just can't make high end GPU's for the enthusiast market. There desgins are lacking and haven't be able to compete against Intels offering since the R9 200 series.
02-27-2020 06:48 PM
skupples
Quote: Originally Posted by speed_demon View Post
Out of curiosity I checked ebay for the going rate of the Titan RTX - Are people really still buying them for $2500 used these days? I love the idea of buying high end cause it'll have a longer useful life but man that's rough. Seems like the 2080 Ti is a bargain in comparison.
used units were sliding for ~$900 on a good day when I swooped my EVGA. (i only buy used EVGA GPUs)

The rest of RTX (Titan aside) is gonna age like milk. Assuming 3080 is even 10% faster outside of RTX (it'll definitely be faster in RTX activities) i'll jump ship just so I don't have to sell it for $350 at the end of the year.
02-27-2020 06:32 PM
SoloCamo
Quote: Originally Posted by WannaBeOCer View Post
reason to buy a Titan RTX or Radeon VII aside from bragging.
In all fairness at the $550 I paid for it, the Radeon VII is extremely competitive for gaming, especially when the main games you play favor AMD anyways... At 4k the only card faster than it for BFV is a 2080ti which is well, $650 more.

https://www.techpowerup.com/review/m...-x-trio/9.html

Less than 10fps difference for $650 seems like a good deal to me...

But yea, it does feel good to have 16gb of vram pushing out 1,228.8GB/s bandwidth at 1200mhz (e-peen and all that jazz)
02-27-2020 05:53 PM
WannaBeOCer
Quote: Originally Posted by speed_demon View Post
Out of curiosity I checked ebay for the going rate of the Titan RTX - Are people really still buying them for $2500 used these days? I love the idea of buying high end cause it'll have a longer useful life but man that's rough. Seems like the 2080 Ti is a bargain in comparison.
It's not about having a high end card. It's about having a card with 24GB for HPC. The Titan V and Titan RTX are a bargain for the hardware compared to Teslas/Quadros. If the user is just gaming I don't see a reason to buy a Titan RTX or Radeon VII aside from bragging.
02-27-2020 05:31 PM
cicala
Quote: Originally Posted by Socks keep you warm View Post
Nothing but speculation on the "Nvidia Killer".
Highly doubt it too AMD hasn't been competitive to Nvidia in a longggg time, going back to 290 X days.
110% this

AMD have no interest in competing with the 'PC gpu market' cause they only care about their console contracts in making gpus for those, cause they technically run a monopoly with that, since the Switch runs a tegra and isn't really meant to compete with PS and Xbox.
02-27-2020 03:17 PM
speed_demon Out of curiosity I checked ebay for the going rate of the Titan RTX - Are people really still buying them for $2500 used these days? I love the idea of buying high end cause it'll have a longer useful life but man that's rough. Seems like the 2080 Ti is a bargain in comparison.
02-27-2020 03:09 PM
K1ll3rGreen
Quote: Originally Posted by WannaBeOCer View Post
It's okay, I was just stating that most silicon can be undervolted and overclocked. I'm running my Titan RTX at 2100Mhz/2075Mhz undervolted to .975v to save some power. Instead of using around 300-330w it's using 220-250w.
2140+/-mhz pulling around 220 watts, 50% on power limit, 1.2v and core clock set to 2200. Just using basic wattman tools, afterburner hates this card or my system. Not really happy at all with this version for OC'ing compared to last years but gaming is 500% better on these drivers. Don't quite understand how the previous version allowed for much higher overclocking and lower undervolt numbers but the benchmarks definitely show the hit..
02-26-2020 03:46 PM
WannaBeOCer
Quote: Originally Posted by K1ll3rGreen View Post
Apologies, really busy dealing with life and health issues. I'll get back to you on this, you did bring up a great point as these cards normally run around 50mhz lower than set clock. Totally slipped my mind, now I gotta push it out further haha. Not quite sure I can on air in stock config but maybe, we'll see.
It's okay, I was just stating that most silicon can be undervolted and overclocked. I'm running my Titan RTX at 2100Mhz/2075Mhz undervolted to .975v to save some power. Instead of using around 300-330w it's using 220-250w.
02-26-2020 02:40 PM
K1ll3rGreen
Quote: Originally Posted by WannaBeOCer View Post
No seriously what does your card run at? My Radeon VII was set it 2100Mhz/1250Mhz but it ran between 1900Mhz-2050Mhz. My Titan RTX actually runs at 2160Mhz/2125Mhz without changing.
Apologies, really busy dealing with life and health issues. I'll get back to you on this, you did bring up a great point as these cards normally run around 50mhz lower than set clock. Totally slipped my mind, now I gotta push it out further haha. Not quite sure I can on air in stock config but maybe, we'll see.
02-26-2020 01:39 PM
Kaltenbrunner As 1 reviewer said of the 3080 rumors, maybe the "50%" increase is only on the RT cores, if true anyways
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