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  1. hmscott

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    Acer Predator X27 vs Asus PG27UQ, Which G-Sync HDR Monitor Is Better?
    Hardware Unboxed
    Published on Sep 13, 2018
     
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    I have the PG27UQ...strange how every other review between the two points to the superior panel OS and calibration of the ASUS? I only grabbed the one I have because I got a great price on it though, so I can't complain.
     
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    Every unit is a little different, and you can / will want to calibrate both on your own, it's just out of the box the unit he saw was better calibrated.

    They are both great display's. :)
     
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    GTC Japan - NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang Keynote Address
    NVIDIA
    Published on Sep 13, 2018
    NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang delivers the keynote at the GPU Technology Conference Japan (GTC Japan) 2018 in Tokyo, where he unveiled the series of announcements targeting the data center, automotive, robotics, and healthcare industries and revealed several groundbreaking demos.

    Jump ahead to:
    03:15 - One architecture to solve the greatest computing challenges
    08:29 - Computers writing software
    12:19 - Rise of GPU computing
    18:17 - Quadro RTX
    23:42 - GeForce RTX
    31:49 - Project Sol
    35:57 - NVIDIA DGX-2
    44:41 - Partnering with Japan leaders
    50:43 - NVIDIA Tesla T4 GPU for data center inferencing
    1:02:29 - NVIDIA TensorRT Hyperscale Inference Platform
    1:14:15 - NVIDIA AGX for embedded, AI and HPC
    1:16:15 - NVIDIA DRIVE simulation demos
    1:34:05 - NVIDIA DRIVE AGX Xavier DevKit
    1:36:28 - NVIDIA Isaac robotics simulation demo
    1:48:33 - NVIDIA Clara platform for medical imaging
    1:50:42 - NVIDIA Jetson AGX Xavier DevKit for embedded computing
     
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    Geforce RTX Debate Rages On! Let's Play Devil's Advocate
    The Good Old Gamer
    Published on Sep 11, 2018
    The community is pretty divided on Nvidia's new Geforce RTX Graphics Cards. Today we discuss both sides of the argument, and come to the most sensible conclusion possible!
     
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    RTX 2080 seems to beat Titan Xp at stock. Seems more like 980 vs 780 Ti all over again, except with the added Ray Tracing and DLSS. DLSS actually looks to be the winner though IMO and with support will truly be a game changer. Thinking I'll keep my RTX 2080 Ti order now.
     
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    When it comes to NVIDIA I'd say lets wait and see. So far the RTX is pretty unimpressive, at least performancewise.

    DLSS sounds great on paper and seems to work on the techdemo, but hairworks, physx etc. has been hyped as well, see what we got......

    If the RTX are terrible at OC, there would be no reason to trade them for pascal atm.
     
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    NVIDIA GeForce RTX Explored: What You Need To Know About Turing-Hothardware.com Hothardware.com | 14 Sept
    How this plays out in the graphics landscape moving forward versus AMD (and maybe Intel in a couple of years) remains to be seen, but for now, NVIDIA is well-positioned to lead the graphics charge with innovative, ground-breaking technologies that will bolster both performance and image quality for more immersive, next-generation gaming. And as we've mentioned, stay tuned here for more on Turing's performance in the days ahead...

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    Nvidia Scanner uses math to auto-overclock GeForce RTX graphics cards to their limit Pcworld.com | 14 Sept
    Nvidia Scanner makes overclocking GeForce RTX graphics cards extremely easy and extremely effective...

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    NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Already Surpassing Titan Xp 3DMark Time Spy Benchmark Performance Hothardware.com | 14 Sept

    FIRE STRIKE - GPU score 27000

    — APISAK (@TUM_APISAK) September 14, 2018
    According to frequent leaker and Twitter user APISAK, the card's graphics score in Fire Strike score is 27,000. We don't have a collection of scores of our own to compare with, but based on other results in the 3DMark database, the Fire Strike graphics score is not as impressive—it's roughly in line with a GeForce GTX 1080 Ti.

    Bear in mind that none of these figures are official. We'll save our full analysis for when we post our own scores, after the NDA lifts.

    If the results is true...
    FIRE STRIKE - RTX 2080 GPU score around 27000 means about 25% higher FS graphics score vs. todays 1080 (N) mobile. A coming 1180 will show lower performance gains. Maybe below 20% increased performance vs. todays top dog Pascal laptop graphics. What a progress.




     
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