DLSS is great, but really, these cards are 4k cards. So do you really need antialiasing there? Ofc in 1080p you need it, but if you play at 1080p, you dont buy RTX2080ti because it performs so close to 1080ti it just doesnt make sense. Other thing is, that DLSS was tested ONLY in those DEMOs. Meaning, its a benchmark where EVERY run is the same, right? Ok, so... how do we know, how this DLSS, which is basically AI, behaves in games, where every run is different? Because as it is NOW, this whole DLSS can be just working in these DEMOS! As nvidia run the processes on their supercomputers to come up with the best AI results - and as little artefacts as possible in these "always the same" scenarios. Real deal in games is absolutely unknown now. We dont even know if it will work without artefacts. 2080ti FE can easily reach 79degrees on OPEN bench. Wow, so that is the best cooler ever? Impressive. I dont share this sentiment that these cards are any good, all things considered, to me, its not recommended.