Nvidia shows signs ...

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by pharma, Sep 17, 2018.

  1. alanm

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    lol these news sites are picking this up rather late,
     
  3. angelgraves13

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    I’m expecting a 65% increase for the 3080Ti and 50% for the 3080 vs 2080 (non super).

    That’s the usual amount we’d get with a node change and new architecture. Turing was only a new architecture but not really a node change from 16nm.

    It’ll likely have 16Gbps memory bandwidth. I doubt we’ll get 18 any time soon.

    Architecture wise, I’d expect bigger caches and more shared memory. Likely 4X the RT cores or 2X the RT cores being twice as efficient. Should make RT basically free when in hybrid mode with mostly rasterized graphics.

    Not sure if they’ll add more tensor cores...we’re not really using them for anything yet.

    So with all that in mind...maybe a 20 TFlops card for the Ti and 18 TFlops for the 3080.

    This isn’t based on any rumors...just my personal opinion.
     
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    science, theory, advance is everything.
     

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    Obviously, the deficit in performance with RTX on vs off is what's giving the current RTX line-up a bad rep, however, if Nvidia can significantly close the divide, then, users will be much more willing to use the RTX features.

    It's all about how the 3000 series improves RTX performance. The whole industry is ready to embrace it and are just waiting for the hardware to catch-up.
     
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    Either a 3X or 4X increase in RT performance with more RT cores. Anything less wouldn’t make sense.
     
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    That's what I'm going for. I think there will be a big bump regardless as it just wouldn't make sense otherwise.
     
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    Cryengine Ray Tracing demo performance benchmarks ... without RTX Acceleration
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    https://wccftech.com/neon-noir-crye...ic-ray-tracing-demo-tested-and-available-now/
     
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    Very very nice, thank you very much!!
     
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    NVIDIA "Ampere" Successor Reportedly Codenamed "Hopper"

    "Hopper" is also rumored to introduce MCM (multi-chip module) GPU packages, which are packages with multiple GPU dies. Currently, GPU MCMs are packages that have one GPU die surrounded by memory dies or stacks. This combination of GPU dies could make up "giant cores," at least in the higher end of the performance spectrum. NVIDIA reserves MCMs for only its most expensive Tesla family of compute accelerators, or Quadro professional graphics cards, and seldom offers client-segment GeForce products.

    https://www.techpowerup.com/261164/nvidia-ampere-successor-reportedly-codenamed-hopper
     

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    I thought we were still years away from this being a reality. I'm sceptical, but very interested to hear more.
     
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    Finally. MCM. The time has come. I have spoken'
     
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    Unless it comes to consumer GPUs I'll just nod it off for now.
     
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    Only way to get past complicated manufacturing processes for decent performance improvements.
     
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    Yeah it's the future for sure. But I have major concerns about the added high latency issues that come with multi chip designs. I'd really like to hear how they have overcome that.
     

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    Like always I'm most interested in the $250-$350 segment. Will they release a card that is capable of optimal RTX performance targeting the 1080p/1440p range, or release another non RTX card like the 1600 series?
     
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    This is one of the trade offs with the multi chip approaches hopefully Nvidia will come up with some way around the problem.
     
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    That'll be on either 5nm or 3nm, so expect it in 2-3 years unless competition heats up.
     

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