New Nvidia RTX 2080 and 2080 TI OFFICIALLY ANNOUNCED + Preorder

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  1. Quadron

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    https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/20-series/

    Offically announced as of about 1 HR ago 8/20/2018.

    RTX = Nvidia Ray-tracing for improved real time lighting rendering

    AI Pixel Prediction for improved ultra resolution load. (No clue how much this will actually affect performance, but could big huge or a flop.)

    More CUDA cores. GDDR6 memory.

    Dedicated tensor and RT (ray-tracing) cores for accelerated real time ray tracing.

    12nm manufacturing process, improves efficiency and performance for the power usage.

    New cooling system should be quieter.

    GeForce RTX 2080 Ti:

    • CUDA cores: 4,352
    • Clock speed: 1350MHz base, 1545MHz boost, 1635MHz boost (OC Founder’s Edition)
    • Memory capacity: 11GB GDDR6
    • Memory path: 352 bits
    • Memory bandwidth: 616GBps
    • Ports: VirtualLink/USB-C, DisplayPort 1.4, HDMI 2.0b
    • Power: 2 x 8-pin, 250W TDP stock, 265W TDP OC Founders Edition
    • Release date: September 20, 2018
    • Price: $999 stock, $1,199 Founders Edition
    GeForce RTX 2080:

    • CUDA cores: 2,944
    • Clock speed: 1515MHz base, 1710MHz boost, 1800MHz OC Founders Edition
    • Memory capacity: 8GB GDDR6
    • Memory path: 256 bits
    • Memory bandwidth: 448GBps
    • Ports: VirtualLink/USB-C, DisplayPort 1.4, HDMI 2.0b
    • Power: One 6-pin, one 8-pin
    • Release date: September 20, 2018
    • Price: $699 stock, $799 OC Founders Edition
    GeForce RTX 2070:
    • CUDA cores: 2,944
    • Clock speed: 1,410MHz base, 1,620MHz boost, 1,710MHz OC Founders Edition
    • Memory capacity: 8GB GDDR6
    • Memory path: 256 bits
    • Memory bandwidth: 448GBps
    • Ports: VirtualLink/USB-C, DisplayPort 1.4, HDMI 2.0b
    • Power: One 8-pin, 175W stock, 185W OC Founders Edition
    • Release date: Unknown
    • Price: $499 stock, $599 Founders Edition
    Here's some articles:

    https://www.pcworld.com/article/329...-ti-2070-raytracing-specs-features-price.html

    https://www.tomshardware.com/news/nvidia-rtx-2080-ti-2070-price-specs-release,37647.html

    I personally pre-ordered both RTX 2080 and 2080 TI Founders to do some tests on them. I personally wouldn't recommend pre-ordering unless you pre-order from somewhere you can easily return it to.

    Thoughts everyone? When do you think they will get into laptops? I'm thinking November-January timeline? And I think there's too much power through put on these cards for laptop chassis, so it looks Nvidia is going down the track of mobile laptop GPU's once again? I'm really curious what you guys think about this new info!!

    I also made a quick video about it. I might have been a little over excited about the new GPUs in the video, but I didn't realize it until after the video went live. Trying to temper my excitement now lol.

     
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  2. jeremyshaw

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    I am curious if Nvidia will continue their partnership with Samsung for smaller chips (for this gen, the 1050ti and below were made on 14nm Samsung).

    I also wonder how much of that power figure is given to the USB-C/VirtualLink port. That port has to be capable of driving a VR headset.

    Either way, I have no interest in cards that largely rely on exhausting hot air into the case, so for the first time in ~12 years, I am curious what the AIB vendors will have. Though whatever I look at will likely be in the "2060" range, whatever it may be.
     
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    Are there any rumors when to expect Turing GPUs in laptops?

    Looks like to buy now a gaming laptop now is nonsense

    Отправлено с моего CLT-L29 через Tapatalk
     
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    3-4 months after desktop
     
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    once again I was right. 50 percent bump...

    2060 or 2070 laptop version is what im set on.....going to have to be patient
     
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    live

     
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    I'd like to see some benchmarks of these cards before I am sold on how well they will perform in non-rtx workloads vs the 10 series cards.
     
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    ok I take it back boys.....we are looking at a quantum leap here....omg 45 trillion rtx/s this is insane
     
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    watch the video....guys telling you how many times not a percentage better it is
     
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    quadro 8000....many many times faster than titan x...the biggest generational leap in video gaming history.......we are talking photorealism boys.....im watching the unveil video and this is insane....im so excited I don't even know what to type....so i'll stop typing
     
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