Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by Witcher29, Jun 2, 2021.
Congrats! But the picture got me wondering, is the pump the highest point in the CPU AIO?
No, ofc. not, the rad is top mounted.
Old picture with 2080 S
Going to need a new block to water-cool the 3080 Ti, probably going for a new pump too.
Card arrived today
I just swaped with my Aorus 1080 ti and ran some tests with exactly same settings at 4k:
raceroom racing experience
Almost doubled my framerate with new card
Only exception RRE that I will need to investigate further.
Really odd though as I already tried 'prefer max performance' and also deleted graphics config file and apply settings from scratch. So don't know if I have many other options but I hope I will find the culprit.
I don't have many games installed for the moment as I am mostly sim racing.
Both cards were stock with 471.96 drivers
Same for the rest of the system.
16gb 1066 RAM
During all these tests absolute max reported values were as follows:
GPU Clock : 2040Mhz
GPU Temp: 70.6C(room temp: 23C)
Hot spot : 78.2C
Mem Temp: 76C
Power draw: 354.1W
Did not try any O/C and most probably will not try.
I know I am a disappointment to my fellow gurus who are thirsty for Mhz but last time I o/ced my hardware must have been more than 10 years ago.
I do not bench anymore and I prefer low temps, reduced power consumption and stability.
My understanding is also that after gpu boost generations the whole thing is not challenging nor rewarding.
Might be wrong though as did not try my self. This my impression by reading the forums.
Happy to try some things if you want but you have to give me steps/guidance and will do when I find the time.
Card has a solid construction, is extremely lengthy and ugly to my liking.
No problem though as my R5 Fractal design has a lot of space to accommodate it and also does not have a window
Happy overall as performance is great, temps are low and fans are quiet.
I am pretty sure this card will permit me to fully enjoy my 144hz Aorus 43'' monitor.
The best is yet to come!
bios version of my card is 94.02.71.40.4B so nothing new for you unfortunately
Still Learning.... now Curve with L (limit) boost up to 1950Mhz 918mV
Port R. 13k
1605MHz 768mV 70% Pow -250MHz Mem - solid performance 63FPS NP in all games, monitor is 71Hz FS 10Bit (G-sync is On w/Fast Mode).
Fast FPS is set to 70FPS, 3rd Person/RPG etc. to 63FPS.
Finished Control (All Maxed w/DLSS), GPU takes this one on easy.
Playing now CP 2077 same settings all maxed NP for this GPU (can play with Psycho RT).
Playing some Metro Exodus E.Ed. same thing NP, all Maxed out w/Hairworks & Physix.
Looks like a higher refresh rate monitor is next on the cards to really take advantage of how powerful the GPU is.
Yup, but OLED/mOLED 2k 28-32" 120Hz HDR600-1000 no less.
Now it's not the time for change, i'm pretty happy with my 10Bit display.
Im more into Hi refresh but with 1440p or 1600p - it's sweet spot for me (4k is still tooo demanding IMhO).
Besides RT is the thing for me now, not 100Hz +.
Besides, when You see the fast monitor You can't un-see it
Motion clarity look the same when games run above 80FPS to me on an OLED screen, with LG OLED input latency and pixel response time is the same whether it's at 60Hz or 120Hz anyways.
So yeah 60FPS with RT is the best gaming experience right now.
NVIDIA's Next-Gen Ada Lovelace 'AD102' GPU Featured on Flagship GeForce RTX 40 Graphics Card To Clock As High As 2.2 GHz
There have been quite a few rumors already regarding the NVIDIA Ada Lovelace GPUs, especially the AD102 SKU. The AD102 GPU will power the flagship lineup of graphics cards whether they be for gamers or workstation users.
It will be the successor to the existing GA102 GPU & as such, we can definitely expect some killer specifications.
Based upon previous rumors, there have been whispers that NVIDIA would utilize TSMC's N5 (5nm) process node for its Ada Lovelace GPUs.
This includes the AD102 SKU too which will be an entirely monolithic design. In his latest tweet which talks about the specific GPU configurations, the AD102 GPU is said to feature a clock speed as high as 2.2 GHz.
The specific tweet states that the GPU clock for Ada Lovelace 'AD102' could be 2.2 GHz or greater so let's take that as a baseline and previously leaked specifications to figure out where the performance should land.
— Greymon55 (@greymon55) September 19, 2021
The NVIDIA AD102 "ADA GPU" appears to have 18432 CUDA Cores based on the preliminary specs (which can change) provided by Kopite. This is almost twice the cores present in Ampere which was already a massive step up from Turing.
A 2.2 GHz clock speed would give us 81 TFLOPs of compute performance (FP32). This is more than twice the performance of the existing RTX 3090 which packs 36 TFLOPs of FP32 compute power.
The 125% performance jump looks huge but one should remember that NVIDIA already gave a big jump in FP32 numbers this generation with Ampere. The Ampere GA102 GPU (RTX 3090) offers 36 TFLOPs while the Turing TU102 GPU (RTX 2080 Ti) offered 13 TFLOPs.
That's over a 150% increase in FP32 Flops but the real world gaming performance increase for the RTX 3090 averaged at around 50-60% faster over the RTX 2080 Ti.
So one thing we shouldn't forget is that Flops don't equal GPU gaming performance these days. Furthermore, we don't know if 2.2 GHz is the average boost or the peak boost with the former meaning that there could be even higher compute potential for AD102.Aside from that, the leaker also states that the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 flagship would retain a 384-bit bus interface, similar to the RTX 3090.
What's interesting is though that the leaker mentions G6X which means that NVIDIA won't be moving to a new memory standard until after Ada Lovelace and utilize the higher pin-speeds of G6X (20 Gbps+) for its next-generation cards before we see a newer standard (e.g. GDDR7).The NVIDIA Ada Lovelace GPUs will power the next-generation GeForce RTX 40 graphics cards that will go head-on with AMD's RDNA 3 based Radeon RX 7000 series graphics cards.
There's still some speculation regarding the use of MCM by NVIDIA. The Hopper GPU, which is primarily aimed at the Datacenter & AI segment, is allegedly taping out soon and will feature an MCM architecture.
NVIDIA won't be using an MCM design on its Ada Lovelace GPUs so they will keep the traditional monolithic design.
Hard facts, nV is better (RT in mind).
Im so happy, that i play 3 games at once right now:
Control - finished
Metro Ex. - now on desert (finished Wolga) All Maxed + Hairworks/Physix
Wolf YB - just started (RT + DLSS)
Cyberpunk 2077 - now Johny is in my head (finished Tutorial) All maxed, RT at Psycho.
Smooth as butter in tha' morning
i have officially joined this club now! was quite the learning experience getting here but yaaayy.
You are just gonna play every RT/DLSS game like there's no tomorrow or something .
Try The Ascent also, it's a fun 30h-ish game.
Lower input lag with higher refresh rate should also apply to OLED even when capped though.
Anti-sag support installed today.
Great game overall, great GFX.
You've been gaming like a demon.
All night long, all night
Thinking about joining this club with Asus Strix LC 3080Ti on its way to me but... But lets just wait and see what my lady has to say about this