Discussion in 'Video Cards and Monitors' started by JLuchinski, Aug 21, 2018.
Well I'll be dammed, still to rich for my blood lol.
Lollipops, rainbows, cotton candy and unicorn farts. I hope I grow up like you one day.
Being a retarded yokel from Colorado is a disqualifying factor.
You don't deserve to be a Mod.
Yep it's the pinnacle of online social status, only the most deserving and greatest minds of our time can achieve that status. Perhaps one day you too can elevate yourself into such a critical and responsible role.
So how about those RTX eh
I have my own forum. And my astute nature tells me you have a huge ego and an IQ that of plant life.
"...But, but, but, the FREE MARKET should have given me the prices I could afford!"
Everytime I read your posts I read it in Rick's voice in my head, I love that show. So is anyone going to buy these cards? The demo videos were pretty cool, I wonder what AMDs next cards will be like.
I don't see any of these rtx cards with the blower cooler design, which is a shame for me because the open air coolers run so hot for me because my desk doesn't allow for side ventilation, I need cold air in the front and hot air out the back and top.
EVGA has a card with a blower fan. But I think it's getting released at a later date.
Thanks, I was going to wait anyway and see how they perform first.
Lol, own a magnifying glass by any chance?
Well the benchmarks are out, and it has become clear why nvidia weren't forthcoming about how their new cards performed in traditional rasterisation, understandably they instead made comparisons using ray tracing, which of course makes the new cards look better, but also caused a whole load of suspicion. Ray tracing from what I have seen can have a drastic effect on image quality and real time ray tracing seems to be a technology worth investing in, but right now its in its infancy, the cards use watered down ray tracing with low sampling and there won't much software supporting it in the near future. I imagine this time we won't be waiting 2 years for some new cards, new tech usually comes out with many creases that need to be ironed out. I personally will be interested in seeing what AMD bring to the table with their new gpu's, which will hopefully come early next year, maybe I will be upgrading my 1080 with an AMD gpu or maybe I will be waiting for a look at nvidia's 3000 series cards.
AMD I know is getting a die shrink and they've said "Q4 2018" but I wouldn't expect to have easy access to cards until January-February.
The 2080 performing as good as the 1080 ti is expected? The 2080 ti is like a titan V for half the price. What more did you expect?
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