Is NVIDIA working on a Geforce RTX 2080 Ti Super after all?

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  1. rdmetz

    rdmetz New Member

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    People keep talking about $1400 to $1600 gpu's and I'm sitting over her with a $999 2080ti that hits 2.1ghz out of the box just slapping all the power sliders to max. (On Water)

    Why would anyone waste their money on these overpriced gpu's that still can't hit what my reference does without batting an eye. I haven't even touched manual over clocking just invest that extra money in watercooling and stick to the reference cards.

    I spent less and get more performance than almost every other top tier aftermarket card and that's out of the box before things like manual oc or bios swap I could do as well.
     
  2. Ricepudding

    Ricepudding Master Guru

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    Chances are if this is in the work, then price wise it would most likely be around the current one. maybe a tad cheaper. personally unless it dropped below the 1K mark it just sucks at price per performance.

    Still with nothing on AMD side, they could easily make another card on similar chips with better yields just as a more of a stop gap between the 12XX or 30XX whatever they will call it
     
  3. ErikSwan

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    Hi guys - I was searching for "T10-8" on Google, and I found this post on the NVIDIA GeForce NOW forums:
    https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/forums/gfn-for-pc/22/310306/us-west-2-seems-to-have-the-new-rtx-hardware-runni/

    That lead to this Nvidia announcement from 2 days ago that they have begun their rollout of RTX servers on the GeForce NOW service:
    https://blogs.nvidia.com/blog/2019/08/19/geforce-now-pc-gaming/

    The Nvidia forum posts seem to imply that games which show the name of the GPU are showing "RTX T10-8" on the new RTX servers. Could this just be a new Tesla card that Nvidia has only launched internally for now?
     
  4. Fox2232

    Fox2232 Ancient Guru

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    Please reiterate:
    - what model and make was your card at time of purchase
    - what cooling you are using now
    - what's price of given cooling solution
    - what's total price you paid to have given card + cooling setup

    Outside of that I can agree that home made mod can make for better card than AIB's cheaper. Mine with Accelero did cost less than cheapest AIB's that have custom cooling. But it is not good advice for most people. Good advice for most is to play safe and buy card to which person does not have to do modifications.
     

  5. fantaskarsef

    fantaskarsef Ancient Guru

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    While generally true (running ref board + waterblock here as well), it's not like you do yourself a huge favour. Unless you already have a custom loop running you'd have to set up one, and even then you'd have to buy a waterblock (about 100$), plus a bit more for fittings and longer tubing, along with a bigger rad...

    And let's be honest, putting watercooling into their PC is by itself a paradox thing on first sight, can kill your PC if you're unlucky, requires more difficult maintenance under some circumstances etc. etc.

    That said, doing the same, ref card + waterblock. Worked like a charm with 1080TI and now is fine with 2080TI as well.


    as for Fox: he probably got that single 2080TI that dipped below 1k$, I guess. Can't remember which one it was but with an unlimited BIOS he might just so hit those clocks with a flash and sliders. Cooling sollution costs something between 100 and 150 I guess.
     
  6. Astyanax

    Astyanax Ancient Guru

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    As i stated before, the T10-8 is not a 2080ti super, it is a Tesla T10

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    The GT200b Tesla T10 is not compatible with Drivers newer than R340.
     
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  7. slayer6288

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    typical click bait guru3d article as usual
     
  8. Astyanax

    Astyanax Ancient Guru

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    Don't lay this on Hilbert, many sites were was running with it well before Guru3D reposted.

    Anyway, from what the original poster of that image said, "his friend" was messing around with some ofthe new systems for the GFN EU deployment, and thats how this screenshot came about.
     
  9. angelgraves13

    angelgraves13 Maha Guru

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    Wait for Ampere. Thank me this time next year.
     
  10. vbetts

    vbetts Don Vincenzo Staff Member

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    Why are you here if you're gonna post crap posts?

    Big oof moment for you right there.
     
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  11. Caesar

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    [LATEST]:

    This is for Nvidia's GeForce Now streaming service. The RTX T10-8 is the GPU referenced in the application when you’re running games on an RTX-powered GFN server. Nvidia has taken those RTX T10-8 servers down for the time being as forum members are reporting that they’re only seeing the older Tesla P40 GPUs now.
     
  12. Astyanax

    Astyanax Ancient Guru

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    Funfact: The reason why the Windows 7 drivers can still run RTX boards on Windows 8 with WDDM 1.3 features available is because the GFN servers are all server 2012 r2 based
     

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