Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Aug 19, 2019.
A 2080 Ti Super? lol, I don't think so.
Only if Navi 20 is announced and Ampere isn’t ready would be my guess.
No point in buying this unless it has a native HDMI 2.1 socket. Coz the 3080Ti's will probably be out in June
NVidia is giving their loyal customers exactly what they want. NVidia everywhere. There are a lot of consumers loyal to NVidia that would love to see NVidia as the sole GPU vendor.
AMD has no answer. They simply don't have the resources to compete against NVidia in every market. They barely have the resources to compete against NVidia in the discrete graphics market.
It's a thread from August that was debunked back in August....
Nope. It was an "upgrade" for GeForce Now. We've known that since August when this thread was created.
still going to buy ampere thats my goal
I bet your that person in a pub that people avoid
There is no 2080ti super.
Keep telling yourself that as new vulkan and dx12 games run like ass on your 1080ti, while crying about "no optimisation".
your opinion is whats the joke.
Ive noticed stock of 2080tis being very low lately. I wonder if this is related.
Don´t forget that the chistmas contest is fast approaching Hilbert...
NVIDIA: Drops 2080ti super for $1,000 and slaps every early adopter/customer in their faces!.!.!
Going to need to be cheaper than the current shtuff..... I won't be buying this garbage just like I didn't with the marked up 1080's.
Man oh man I can't wait to see what AMD has been truly sitting on technologically speaking....
Happy with my rx5700xt red devil for $400.... OC'd it's pretty damn good. Just need to get the voltage hashed out and out it under water and I'll be set.....
It's nice being a one percenter for a little while.... And being part of a group that has a computer more powerful than 99.9 percent of the world. In the way technology works that lasted about eight months.
Had I of upgraded motherboard and CPU with the same GPU's if have still been on top for a while longer, but six plus years on the same hardware was worth the investment.
And something funny to you?
The most demanding RT gaming I tried is Metro Exodus and it runs about 37 fps+ @4k on my 2080 (not SUPER or Ti model, just plain 2080, all eye candy maxed out, except AA). @1080p I have steady 50-60 fps, again, all maxed out. A Ti model should add at least 10-15fps to that.
Dunno where you've got your benchmarks, must be an AMD sponsored website. Even with my plain non-ti 2080 I get close to 40fps @4k with RTX on and all maxed on Metro Exodus. @ 3k, it's about 50fps. @1080p, 50 to 60 fps.
"4k"... aka fake 4k with dlss, which looks nothing like native 4k.