Discussion in 'Video Cards & Monitors' started by DiGiTaL MoNkEY, Aug 21, 2018.
Of course, it's just in this case upscaling is better than DLSS.
who cares when it all sucks
so this suddenly went from "could be really good feature of RTX cards", to another tech that visibly sacrifices quality to improve performance, also nvidia somehow forgot to mention that the DLSS will only work up to 60fps mark...hmm....
I'm getting the feeling that nvidia took 1080 hardware and added beta level features and let their customers beta test them... for crazy level money.
if the 2080Ti didn't smash all and sundry into oblivion i might agree.
How much is the 2080ti better than the 1080ti?
considerably, look up some reviews mate. it's a beast.
25 - 50% depending on game - so significantly. Still not worth double the price that the 1080 Ti was when it was flagship though.
Isn't it about the same as every current flagship vs last gen flagship card for the last few gens... You could say it's quite a standard increase.
1080 ti has a much bigger jump to the 980 ti, 56-80% faster for DX11 games and 78-92% for vulkan/DX12 games in below testing (jump to 6:20 mark for graphs). 2080 ti 15-38% faster in DX11 and 22-45% faster in DX12 to 1080 ti. Of course Pascal had the advantage of a big drop from 28nm to 16nm whereas the 12nm turing is really just a 16nm+ node.
thinking of picking up a used 1080ti how much they go for these days? Really not happy about how Turing ended up.
1080Ti with no mining history is still going for at least 800 these days, mined 1080Ti going for around 700. I sold my 1080Ti for 800 within a hour on other market places without any hassle.
Turing GPU still have some improvements though over 10 series Pascal like DX12 and Vulkan where it was the weak point of the 10 series.
GTX 1660 Ti now available: https://www.pccasegear.com/category/193_1993/graphics-cards/geforce-gtx-1660-ti
1660Ti is making RX 590 looking real bad, not only in terms of performance and value but the power consumption too. Maybe ~340AUD RX590 8GB incoming?
But at the same time, if you are going to buy a 1660 Ti, just spend a bit more and get an RTX 2060 instead.
Reports yesterday that AMD are lowering the price of the Vega 56 to $279US
roughly on par with 1070, and at 280usd. entry level 1440p gaming saweeet. and a very energy efficient little card.
Nope - its not a price drop - AMD released a presser talking about a newegg special, and the media took it as a price drop.
That explains it better - was a bit of a stretch - Thnx
This is what Turing should have been across the board really. Finally a new benchmark in Perf/$ which is all anyone wanted . And a decent uplift in perf/watt
Interestingly, the Die size is still quite large for the performance despite tearing out the Tensor and 'RT' functionality from the SM's.. The old Pascal GTX1080 wipes the floor with it with only 7.1M transistors (vs 6.6) and a 320mm2 (vs 284) die on 16nm