Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Sep 20, 2022 at 3:58 PM.
The numbers on that table
No linking website? Or is it spam?
I took it from wccf but im not linking to that crap show of a site
There's no 1800e 4090, minimum price is 1950euros+.
Corsair 12VHPWR cable is here. They just released the full 12+4 pin 600W cable claiming full compatibility for PCIe 5.0 / Gen 5 12VHPWR. Also cable looks very nice and not gross and stiff like some of these adapters bundled with GPUs. People considering these power hungry GPUs should really get this cable and not use adapters. ONLY WORKS WITH CORSAIR Type 4 PSUs, OBVIOUSLY.
I was expecting better but it`s a little unfair to compare a regular 90 against a ti version.
I guess this means that the 4090 is probably going to be 80/90% faster than 3090, not bad.
I think my PSU can use this adapter but that`s small consolation because the cards are too expensive anyway.
To use that cable, your PSU should be able to give 300W per slot then, not the usual 150W. I cannot use that cable on my Super Flower 1000W plat. Need 4 8pins adapter to use for 600W power delivery.
Digital Foundry had a little showing of "DLSS 3" Frame generation and for now its bad , really bad : nvidia (reddit.com)
Turns out. Creating fake frames is hard.
300W down an 8 pin would be hot i bet. Even if it's built for it on those Type 4 Corsair PSU's.
Most PSUs will need a 4-1 cable to reach that 600W.
So with DLSS 3.0 the gfx card/AI are guessing frames and forcing them in to gain extra fps?
So 100fps is 50 real frames and 50 guessed/fake frames, nice i think that will always lead to a worse quality picture
That pretty much looks like what happens when I turn on "motion smoothing" function on my TV (I never use it, just tried for giggles).
According to gamers nexus, there are significant issues with basically all these 12VHPWR adapters from all brands, with them overheating, melting, and potentially catching fire... not exactly reassuring.
Corsair is a PSU cable, not adapter. Unless you are talking about adapters that will be bundled with GPUs? Then yes. Better avoid them.
Yes, the adapters that the vast majority of people will be using.
I reckon it could turn into a major scandal.
Look closely at the legs. I'm usually not that nit picky but that's tech exclusive to +1000€ gpus. I expect better tbh.
Tbh the only item that I truly loved from the whole RTX4000 series presentation was the RTX Remix app.
At least we know the end product is compatible with all Vulkan Ray tracing hardware having driver support for VK_KHR_ray_tracing_pipeline.
So that includes AMD 6000 series, Nvidia 1000 (yes), 2000 and 3000 series.
The RTX4000 series will get DLSS 3 which the RTX Remix will add natively.
My PSU is a Corsair RM850x and i think is in the supported list but i could be wrong because the list is confusing...
Glad I am not the only one feeling the same way.
We'll see I guess.
Here is one from OCUK close to that, at 1679 pounds.
I suppose better models are about 1950-2000 ish
That picture says NVIDIA Ampere. 8nm Process which is strange. Plus i doubt the card displayed is a 4090 either.
I think the mucked up the specs because there's no way other than LN2 you are getting 2550mhz on the core of an ampere card.