Yeah, and it caused confusion.
If there's really RTRT-hardware, they should call it RX 6000 series.
If it's RDNA2, shouldn't it be RX 6x00 series?
Take xx80 series, half CUDA cores, get the xx60 series CUDA cores.
So 1920 cores for the ~300 bux version? With higher clocks and better IPC that...
No it's still WDDM 2.6 on Win10 1909. Wasn't expecting WDDM 2.7 until the Spring 2020 update anyway.
Can't you just provide two different installer packages? Release Win10 now and WinXP/Vista/7 at a later date when the issues have been resolved?
If it's RDNA2 based, it would make sense to call it RX 6000 series?
Installs fine with NVSlimmer.
Will Ultra Low Latency have any impact on performance? If not, why not have it enabled by default?
If you only do light gaming at normal resolutions (say, FHD), the 1660 Ti provides the best bang for the buck. The RTX 2060 will barely produce...
Vacation time for the driver team? And the Super series isn't launching until next week officially.
It's a terrible benchmark in general so let's better wait for real games.
Now now Nvidia doesn't want to give you the idea that the x70 series could slip into such affordable price territories again, would they? Can't...
You don't. I got a SBZ and Win 1903, no problems with the old drivers.
Tested it with Viewsonic XG2402 monitor and the Nvidia Pendulum demo. I can confirm that it works flawlessly.
These FLOPS comparisons are so meaningless because they don't take the µarch improvements into account. A ~4.5 TFLOPS GTX 1060 is faster than a 6...
Does anyone know if the Viewsonic XG2402 will be supported?
So I tested this out on my 144Hz monitor. Set 2x scanline and changed SyncPeriods=2 to achieve 96 fps ingame. I also switched the monitor to 120Hz...
Where the bloody hell to did you get this information from? Proof?
It's Hot Chips, if you have to know.
And that doesn't invalidate an earlier announcement. Maxwell and Paxwell Geforce products had their own...