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Old 31-08-18, 03:08 PM
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Nvidia's Tom Peterson answers Geforce RTX/Turing questions

Expect a 35-45% performance boost over Turing's Pascal-based counterparts.



Read more about Nvidia's Tom Peterson discussing Turing.

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Old 31-08-18, 03:52 PM
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Considering the amount of waffle they came out with the other day saying just buy it how can anyone take these guys seriously?
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Considering the amount of waffle they came out with the other day saying just buy it how can anyone take these guys seriously?
Wasn't that not Tom's Hardware? The Podcast with the interview was from Hot Hardware.
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Let's be honest, the RTX 2080 offering a 35-45% boost over the GTX 1080 isn't that impressive, especially given the price increase. Feels very GTX 1080 Ti territory.

TBH, I think Nvidia needs to get DLSS used by as many devs as they can to make the performance gains feel worthwhile, though this assumes that DLSS on VS off delivers an image quality difference that is almost unnoticeable in practice.
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Is it me or is this being heavily twisted?

Do I have it correct that this is an aliasing tech that they are comparing to an old one? I am sure I watched a vid on it the other day. If it is what I think it is they are not comparing it to their own FXAA which is much faster than other methods.

I may be confused here, but those figures came from an anus. "The Founder's edition clock to 2.1ghz" well so does my Titan XP beyotch.
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I assume then those games that DLSS stats already have the algorithms and will be available at launch? meaning in ARK I would get more than double the FPS than I would on a 1080?

I don't like this DLSS, seems like another money grab by nvidia
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I assume then those games that DLSS stats already have the algorithms and will be available at launch? meaning in ARK I would get more than double the FPS than I would on a 1080?

I don't like this DLSS, seems like another money grab by nvidia
TBH, it sounds like a more accurate take on the checkerboarding technique that is used on consoles. If the visual downsides are not noticeable in motion it is a huge win, but it is far from being a one-size-fits-all solution.

The fact that Nvidia says they need to crunch numbers on a supercomputer shows how difficult it is to train their AI. Not exactly a technique that I see coming to every game. Still a huge design win for Nvidia.

Why render to a full 4K if you can't notice the difference between it and Nvidia's Faux-K DLSS tech? The only problem with DLSS is that it is Nvidia only. We need something that can work on all GPUs.
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If these numbers were an accurate representation of what could be expected, 35-45%, I have no doubt nVidia would have came out of the gate touting that boost. I too think that those increases are what they are seeing using new tech like DLSS. If thats the case, its very shady in my opinion to represent it that way because you arent comparing apples to apples. All settings need to be the same across any given title to get a true idea of what the performance increase actually is.
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