Possible GeForce RTX 2080 (Turing GPU) Ashes of the Singularity Benchmarks Leak?

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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  2. Denial

    Denial Ancient Guru

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    Same user:

    https://www.ashesofthesingularity.c...-details/7cdb925f-e384-47b4-b3cb-788133660246

    78.6fps

    Titan V by the same user:

    https://www.ashesofthesingularity.c...-details/88da2af2-71ad-432f-9618-823480dc37a8

    68.8ps.

    ~12% faster than Titan V ain't bad.
     
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    I just want min 100FPS at 3440x1440 shouldn't be hard with the new card, but speaking as of today the GTX1080 isn't as good as i wanted, even at normal 1440p there's some games i need to tweak settings just for 60FPS :p

    If AMD releases something Q1 2019 then the 2080 Ti should come sooner, unless AMD comes back strong in GPU market :eek:
     
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    I can't imagine Nvidia would devalue the Titan V that badly in less than a year but maybe I'm wrong.
     

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    Denial Ancient Guru

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    Why do you think it's devalued? Titan V can run in TCC mode and has FP64 - geforce hardware will most likely have neither. The tensor cores will most likely be crippled as well and only useful for inferencing and not training.
     
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    I forgot about the tensor cores and I didn't know it did FP64. Crippled (or nonexistent) pro/workstation performance with better game performance I could definitely see if this is legit.
     
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    Titan V is obviously not a gaming product, although they said the same about previous Titans this one is very focused on workstation loads.
    A GPU focused on gaming with the size of Titan V would absolutely beat it.
     
  8. fantaskarsef

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    So... we are seeing 4K always >60fps here? o_O
     
  9. Petr V

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    Just skip titan and give us 2080 ti with 2080
     
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    I have 1080Ti at 3440x1440, and it's not enough. ;)
     
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    When it comes to GPU performance at any res, you can move the goal posts in either direction to extremes. Some people say 1080ti is not enough for even for 1080p. I'm at the other end of the extreme (like console gamers) and am OK, with lower fps, 60hz and lower settings as long as its very high res, big size screen (4k 40"+).
     
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    I find that the 1070ti is insufficient for 4k even for skyrim se, with all things cranked, maybe the original skyrim with all same mod it would be ok.

    I havent even installed witcher 3 and dues ex md to see just how 1080p runs let alone 4k but i already know 4k instant happen in those 2 game cranked, cause 1070ti is just barrel keeping 60 and above in those games from the reviews i seen.

    I rather have smooth 60fps experience on high settings at 1080p over 4k and lower settings. but lower then 1080p it just no to me and my eyes for instance nioh on ps4 in action mode is 720p and most part 60fps but 720 is ugly as crap it good thing I really enjoy that game other wise I would not be able to deal with 720p
     
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    Yeah, my 1080 poops itself, but some settings in some games do basically nothing at all and use GPU % like crazy.
     
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    I have a 1080TI and running almost all games at 100FPS at this resolution only game i have some drops in is AC origins
     
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    That would've been so wonderful if it wasn't a Lie.
     

  16. Dragam1337

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    It's not a lie ! He is just running the games at low settings... xD
     
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    Yeah but you gotta admit this game should be an example, for the graphics it has, NPCs, a lot of trees with animations each, the game runs very well for what it offers, people complain it uses too much GPU and CPU, but so does Final Fantasy XV and this game runs far worse and has almost nothing on screen.

    I don't know whats with Japanese devs but even Monster Hunter World doesn't perform that well for the graphics it has, maybe i just got amazed by AC Origins and see it as an example, but still FF15 and MHW don't perform that well imo.

    Also
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    yea this guy has a 2080 on 11th of May 2018...

    but i can help you - benches done by me

    Resolution is 5958x2494 - i have a 3440x1440 display and DSR factor 3.0 equals this resolution (same amount of MP for 5k) - settings the same (crazy)

    https://abload.de/img/comporfx5.jpg

    specs of my rig written in red
     

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