Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, May 23, 2019.
I think I had a 8800 Ultra Like you wrote, they were pretty great.
Let's prepare ourselves for exactly this scenario then
I just bought the damn card Can't go about and change it again can I?
Since the "teaser"(which teased nothing but a popular word with no definition whatsoever) was posted on the Nvidia Geforce channel instead of the main one and we already got 3 different RT-less gpu's(1650, 1660, 1660 Ti), my guess is like others suggested more RT-less gpu's is the form of 1670,1680 and possibly 1680 Ti. Just so they have something "similar" or more directly compared to offer with the competitor's RayTraced-less upcoming gpu's.
I'm putting my hopes into the step up program of EVGA
This super geforce news sounds like part of Predator parody:
Oh you idiots there are weapons in the choppa!!!!!!!
It's an olde meme, but...
Ah the good old days, I had a 8800 GTX non ultra, which back then could be easily Bios flashed towards Ultra (if your clock speeds could handle it).
I remember being pissed with the Ultra release until I figured out my GTX could easily keep up with it lol
Not extremely excited anymore with these kind of teasers.. If it would actually have some form of identifyable hint in it, maybe it would be interesting. But the fact we are discussing it here is already good news for Nvidia, and they are probably giggling about that fact alone XD
I don't really see a point in a (consumer) card faster then what's currently available, they already have the fastest cards costing an arm and leg, and the market above that is so incredibly small, does't make sense getting something even more expensive out there at this point.
Apart from the fact the 2080 Ti *might* come down to normal old school high end prices between €650 and €750ish.
Would not hesitate to get one then
We already have Titan RTX. so i dont think its Titan.
nVidia owns almost 82% of the discrete GPU market share which actually has increased in the face of AMD releasing Radeon VII. Its kind of hilarious to watch time and time again all the AMD fanboys hype themselves into a frenzy, only to be let down...
I coudln't help but think of a similar situation...
I doubt nV will have much competition until Intel releases a GPU or two.
Another idea: a new Tegra chip.
"RTX TITAN THANOS LIMITED EDITION" Aka Kidney
Found the cooling/exhaust kit for it:
Hope it's a GTX 1680 Ti with a 10-20% performance increase over the RTX 2080 Ti minus the woefully undersupported and expensive RTX features and tensor cores for £700. Would definitely buy that. £1,100+ for a high-end GPU that is likely superseded by something better within a year is just too much for me personally. I feel uncomfortable paying that much in all honesty. £700 is pricey but considering how superb my GTX 1080 Ti has been and how long it has lasted then that price point does seem much better value IMO.
Hmm. It is always like this. AMD keeps silent, people call it "overhypping".
nVidia does their : "Something Great is coming."
And people usually consider it as OK marketing.
It is literally pinnacle of superlatives. And I like that this time good half of people come for comedy factor.
So up in the left corner of the "Super" teaser it says Geforce Rtx. So you can extrapolate they are "Super" charging the existing Rtx cards. Thus as someone mentioned earlier in the posting they are just changing the memory from 14gbs memory to 16gbs memory. Thus their "Super" edition Rtx cards will be a notch above the existing ones. So now you can say you have a better Rtx card than all the other poor bastards that laid out way too much money to find out they now don't have the "Best" card in town. NVIDIA "Super" screwed all of you.
Turing will not be getting 2.1 so long as it stays on 12nm, including +
My card runs at 16gbps anyway............More even. No idea why bother when the best cards all do it anyway.