NVIDIA GTC / Computex Taiwan 2018 Teases an Ultimate Gaming Experience

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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  2. maikai

    maikai Maha Guru

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    I’m going to go with the BFGs they mentioned previously being displayed
     
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    Maybe they made AI learning capable to do ultra fast geometry discard based on knowledge from previous frames.
    Or some other visual effects being accelerated at only minor cost of reduced IQ.

    On other hand, it really can help a lot. Especially with TAA. Like in Vermintide 2, nVidia's HBAO is OK on Medium because it is uniform and small scale. On High it covers larger areas, but is very inaccurate and changes every frame. (shadows look like noise) Then on Ultra it is OK again, it covers larger area, yet this noise is very small.

    Maybe AI learning can help with that too.
     
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    tensai28 Maha Guru

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    I just saw this as well. Actually the more correct translation is "Utilizing GPU computing to explore the worlds infinite possibilities."
    "Witness the ultimate gaming experience and the power of Artificial intelligence at Computex 2018"
     
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    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Cheers, yeah I have to rely on translation software when it comes to Chinese. Will replace the translation with your wording, thanks!
     
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    tensai28 Maha Guru

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    Anytime. Might also want to also update that it wasn't Google translator;).
    By the way, GTC Taiwan is a part of computex right? I was pretty sure it was so I left it out of the translation but if they are separate, the last part should be "at GTC Taiwan and computex 2018".
     
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    Doubt new consumer GPU's will be announced.
     
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    Unfortunately there's a very high chance that you are right. At least not at Computex. It's a shame because it seems like Computex will be pretty boring like it was last year. I'll still probably go anyways but not getting too excited.
     
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    I think the same, BFGD and 4k 144Hz monitors.
    Maybe new cards in Q4 or late Q3 (September).
     
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    I'm pretty confident there will be no new gaming GPU soon.
    AMD has nothing to tackle 1080Ti so they can just drag it 1 more year and keep developing stuff behind the scenes (if they're not stupid as Intel).
    When AMD comes with something, they'll just respond with whatever they had in the shelve waiting to be released.
     

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    Agree with this. Nvidia is probably going to rebadge their current GPU line up in the back to school season so they have something "new" and "fresh" to sell... So get ready for the new 11XX GPUs from Nvidia...
     
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    New cards with optimized Pascal core and smaller node (12 vs 14nm) with better power consumption and clocks will be enough to refresh the sales for this year.
     
  13. NewTRUMP Order

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    Yeah GTC is basically a venue to pep talk developers and to discuss what Nvidia is currently working on. If you watch a few years of the presentations at GTC it's basically all the same boring format with no announcements of New Gpu's coming to market. I don't forsee the new Gpu's release being unveiled here.
     

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