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    NVIDIA just made EVERYTHING ELSE obsolete.
     
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    Couple of my observations, the way on how the CUDA core counts / SM if it's same, I do not know how the performance of the 3090 with ~10.4K+ cores for all SMs is being translated to the Shader TFlops, look at the 3090, it's at a beastly 35.7 Shader TFlops are they are adding some BFloat to the mix ? hope not. The 3090 is a Titan class card, the massive difference being how the 3090 is perceived in the market like Titans never got AIBs, this time it's changed. Probably they will either release another Titan at $2500 with GA100, not sure, meaning the 3090 is the Ti if that Titan comes.

    Also note that a 3070 Ti has been leaked from Lenovo with 16GB G6, so I think there will be a Ti or SUPER refresh next year for sure, milking to max, 3080 flagship at $800 will be beaten by a 3080 Ti probably with 16GB G6X and improved performance for the price gap from that $800 to $1500 at probably a 2080Ti price, ~$1299.

    Unfortunate part is no more SLI on GA102 silicon (3080) unlike TU102 and 104. Nvidia is segmenting even the xx80 without SLI this time forget GA104, probably because of that ridiculous asking price of 110% for 20-30% probable performance up from 3080 to 3090 (+6 more Shader TFs) to sell more 3090s, while you can get 100% gain in SLI for same cash. These gamedevs / publishers always baseline to that console XB1/PS4 which is awful from CPU and GPU and every damn thing and except few titles not many work and people buying SLI probably dropped even more with the Turing price hike, I wish that option was still there for us PC owners and Nvidia even improved the NVLink from Turing with high bandwidth, reduced latency and unified memory access. Really sad, at-least they didn't kill it shamelessly like AMD's CFX. Finally the performance is really superb for the price, remember 2070S = 1080Ti in Raster perf, probably the 3070 is like that to 2080Ti with RT gains, this year for just $500. Also probably the new RT core and Tensor processors will massively give these Ampere cards a boost in that DLSS and RT.

    3060 with much less power requirements probably would be having a 2070S class performance, I wonder if that ends up in the MXM lol, didn't even get an RTX 3.0b GPU but that 1080Ti class MXM sounds super sweet (if that 8N Samsung is good for reducing the power consumption for low end cards with Ampere) for old machines, HP will not make them I guess, still a small hope. As for the DGFF and Clevo, esp the latter I just want Clevo not to sandbag these beasts of GPUs at all and go full like 1080 and 980N class. DGFF I don't even have trust in Dell to go like that with all their proprietary nonsense and burning GPU issues on A51M, not sure on on how MSI is going handle this in MXM but their mutated cards are unusable even in their own machines like DGFF and their CPUs are BGA trash, not confident to be honest at 320W+ for 3080 & 220W for 3070 for desktops.

    Final note, I hope they support Win7 and no DCH crapware and no GeForced Experience, no info so far on the drivers. On a side note, CDPR announced Win7 support to the CB2077 DX12 game, and MW2019 also probably works on Win7 due to the DX12 backport beta by M$. And being a flagship title (at-least on the PR side)

    Personally I do not like the game from a lot of things (Development, Company PR policies, Social Media Marketing, Art, Music etc) but anyways here's a new RT trailer for that uberhyped game, Black Ops Cold War also announced with RT marketing along with that fugly WD Legion, all got new RT trailers.

    High gear for Ngreedia marketing !





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    : Well guys, we have a wonderful news, for people who use the best Windows ever, Windows 7. Ampere supports Win7 :D

    Ger ready to get that flawless OS on Z390 / Z490 / X570 (it works on all these), Nvidia just made my GPU purchase decision more easier.
     
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    Nvidia gave us their internal tools… What could go wrong?
     
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    Linus failed in his testing. He should brought up Hwinfo and compared the numbers.
     
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    We finally have our hands on the NVIDIA RTX 3080!
     
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    NVIDIA to Host Digital GTC in October

    NVIDIA will host its GPU Technology Conference, running Oct. 5-9, featuring a recorded keynote by CEO and founder Jensen Huang. GTC will include over 500 sessions, live and on-demand recordings.

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    GTC Graphics Technology Presentations

    Here’s a preview of some of the Graphics Technology content we’re working on for GTC. Explore topics like AI-enabled applications for content creation or learn about the advanced features for virtualized workloads, simulation, and collaboration.

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    Unleash Your Creativity with RTX Real-Time Ray Tracing

    With real-time ray tracing, artists and designers can create cinematic-quality graphics faster than before. And now you have a chance to show us what you can design with RTX.

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    NVIDIA SimNet v0.2 Released


    NVIDIA announced the release of SimNet v0.2 with new features including support for A100 GPUs and multi-GPU/multi-node, as well as adding a larger set of neural network architectures and a greater solution space addressability.

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    Nsight: The Most Important Ampere Tools In Your Utility Belt

    Nsight Systems provides a perfect solution for determining whether your application is limited by CPU, graphics or compute workflows. You can identify interactions that result in stutter such as mid-frame shader compilation.

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    New Release of NVIDIA RTXGI 1.1 with Unreal Engine 4 Support

    The release of RTXGI 1.1 includes an updated version of the SDK with performance and image quality improvements, bug fixes, new features, and support for Unreal Engine 4.25.

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    New Features to DLSS Coming through NVIDIA RTX Unreal Engine 4 Branch

    The latest update to DLSS introduces a new ultra performance mode that accelerates performance to support 8K gaming.This DLSS update provides the following key benefits:

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    Optimizing System Latency for eSports with NVIDIA Reflex SDK

    NVIDIA announced the NVIDIA Reflex SDK, a collection of tools and APIs built explicitly to reduce latency in eSports.

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    The GeForce RTX 3080 has an insane 320 W TDP. What will this mean for gaming laptops? notebookcheck.net | Today

    We see three potential scenarios for the mobile GeForce 30 series. Firstly, Nvidia may not even introduce a mobile version of the RTX 3080 at all due to its high TDP floor which would be unlikely to happen. The RTX 3090, however, will likely remain a desktop-only card much like the RTX 2080 Ti.

    The second scenario is that the mobile RTX 3080 might be limited to even fewer laptop models than the current mobile RTX 2080 should Nvidia decide to keep its TDP range very high. Massive 17.3-inch gaming laptops like the MSI GT76 Titan, Asus ROG G703 Chimera, or Alienware Area-51m will have the best chances to run the mobile RTX 3070 or RTX 3080 at speeds closest to their desktop counterparts albeit at even higher core temperatures.

    The last scenario is that Nvidia may decide to lower the TDP ranges of their mobile Ampere cards to similar levels as their current mobile Turing cards so that OEMs can more easily adapt the Ampere cards onto existing laptop designs. While this will likely incur wider performance deficits between the mobile and desktop variants, OEMs won't have to scramble to create brand new laptops and can therefore offer more Ampere options in general. Consumers won't be happy about the widening performance gap, but we see this to be the most likely scenario regardless.

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