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#226 November 21 2019

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Re: RTX 2080ti - Nvidia "Turing" Upgrade

kareem_nasser wrote:
xterm wrote:

Not to derail the subject being discussed but is it normal for my GeForce RTX™ 2080 Ti GAMING OC 11G to run at ~85 degrees on the following:

Overwatch
1440p 144hz
Everything Maxed
200% Scale

The air flow is supposedly correct in the case, I even kept the case open and nothing changed.


I think as long as it is at around 80 degrees then you are good. It is a beast and you are already playing at maxed settings 1440p144. It would be a problem if it is overheating and affecting the performance (stutter for example).


Bit of high temperatures , 

My O11G strix OC'd to 2010Mhz on Core has 68 Degrees on 100% Load with no heat  throttling after prolonged gaming hours . Case being used
Corsair Crystal Series 680X RGB with couple of LL fans ( 120mm ans 140mm) in a specific push - pull configuration I set.

Resolutions Playing at

2160p 120hz (TV)
1440p 144hz (Monitor)

Both Max settings.

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#227 February 1

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Re: RTX 2080ti - Nvidia "Turing" Upgrade

AMD is talking about Big Navi to Compete with Two Years Old HighEnd turing , upon release. & Nvidia Will be Announcing Ampere in March.

Always Catch With Me A Year Later with AMD.

https://videocardz.com/newz/rumor-first … cs-surface

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#228 February 2

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Re: RTX 2080ti - Nvidia "Turing" Upgrade

Yeah AMD is more successful with CPU in terms of sales volume than gpu

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#229 April 4

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Re: RTX 2080ti - Nvidia "Turing" Upgrade

Nvidia Unleased the Power of Tensor Cores and their Saturn V supercomputers for AI and Deep Learming  in DLSS 2.0. The major difference between DLSS 1.0 and DLSS 2.0 - In Short:

125% Increase in Fps and requires 400% zoom to see the difference and some times better than Native Rsolution

Remove the expensive per-game training and the many (many) problems that non-deterministic games presented in training, NVIDIA has moved to a single generic network for all games.

This newer neural network is based on a fully synthetic training set rather than individual games, which in turn is fully deterministic, allowing NVIDIA to extensively train the new network in exactly fashion they need for it to iterate and improve over generations.

Digital Foundry:

https://youtu.be/YWIKzRhYZm4

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#230 April 8

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Re: RTX 2080ti - Nvidia "Turing" Upgrade

This Is Potentially a Revolution in  Graphics Technology .. RTX 2060 , the entry RTX ,   owners you have good years to go with DLSS 2.0 now & soon Direct X 12 Ultimate.

The Tech Chap:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=you … S1vQ8JtbdM

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#231 April 27

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Re: RTX 2080ti - Nvidia "Turing" Upgrade

https://youtu.be/kqZbyPkYygs

That New Samsung Memory modules found only in the 2080 Super  Rated @15.5 Gbps is insane it has so much head room to increase its frequency making the 2080 Super a sub 1000 USD Card reaching  2080ti levels.

All RTX line ,expect the 2080Super, has VRAM  rated @ 14Gbps including the RTX 2080ti.

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