2018 Hardware Thread


  1. Posts : 7,710
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       #1181

    Hi,
    Just looking at the superposition numbers the 2080ti did beat mine and doorules titan's on water so why again do you thing he "eat crow"
    Maybe he had a better titan sample but still he had nothing showing his better sample in that video.
    He just stated the 2080ti wasn't 20-30% better than a titan but it is clearly better and not even on water
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  2. Posts : 2,062
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       #1182

    ThrashZone said:
    Hi,
    Just looking at the superposition numbers the 2080ti did beat mine and doorules titan's on water so why again do you thing he "eat crow"
    Maybe he had a better titan sample but still he had nothing showing his better sample in that video.
    He just stated the 2080ti wasn't 20-30% better than a titan but it is clearly better and not even on water
    Did you watch the full video? He says it himself at the 14.35 mark of the video. His previous claim that the 2080 is really a TI and thus priced so high is because he expected the 2080 to be 25% faster than a 1080 ti. He's talking about games and the 2080 is on par with a 1080 ti, sometimes 7% or so faster, sometimes slower.


    Yes RTX does well in some benchmarks, as he says great scaling in 3D mark but nowhere near realistic for gaming performance. I care about the game benchmarks. The synthetic benchmarks mean nothing to me, but are fun.
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       #1183

    Hi,
    Well time spy both we also got the crap kicked out of us :)
    So what ever floats your boat 2080ti looks like a killer to me any card can game.
    Heck if it's fluid I could care a less how many fps it's doing
    Slower the better i get killed less

    What was more interesting is the statement 8700k was a bottle neck
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  4. Posts : 478
    Windows 11 Pro/ POP_OS 22.04 LTS
       #1184

    Looking at all the benchmarks today I have decided to go with a 1080Ti for my next build. I'm finally getting a great graphics card in the next few months and I'm so excited. 2700X/1080Ti build will be done by November. I'm going all in on this build and it should be fantastic. Hoping to get 5 years out of it.
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       #1185

    Hi,
    As long as the 1080ti is less than the 2080 "which also looks pretty good" and again micro center must be still in gouging mode an open box ftw3 for 740.us lol it should be a good choice also depending on which version 1080ti FE design is crap :)
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  6. Posts : 478
    Windows 11 Pro/ POP_OS 22.04 LTS
       #1186

    Iím debating going 1070 Ti to hold me over till Touring comes down in price and all the features are available. Iíve been happy with my RX580 for the little gaming I do so a 1070 Ti would be a huge leap forward. Iíve already got the entire 2700X build picked out or already here except for the graphics card. Weíll see when the time comes to buy it next month. Iím building primarily a workstation not a gaming rig. So a lot of the cash is going into Memory and fast storage.
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       #1187

    Hi,
    King|pins benchmarks crushing
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  8. Posts : 26,338
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       #1188

    AIDA64 Engineer update:

    Version: 5.98.4800 stable (Sep 20, 2018)
    Release notes:
    • Microsoft Windows 10 October 2018 Update support
    • VAES optimized AES benchmark
    • EVGA Z10 LCD support
    • Improved support for ARM64 systems
    • Thermaltake Riing Plus sensor support
    • Improvements for AMD B450 and X470 chipset based motherboards
    • Corsair H80i Pro, H100i Pro, H115i Pro, H150i Pro sensor support
    • Support for Matrix Orbital EVE LCD displays and OK OLED displays
    • Vulkan 1.1, WDDM 2.4 support
    • GPU details for AMD Radeon RX 560X, Radeon RX 570X, Radeon RX 580X
    • GPU details for nVIDIA GeForce RTX 2000 Series
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    Thread Starter
       #1189

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    • Thermaltake Riing Plus sensor support
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  10. Posts : 26,338
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    Thread Starter
       #1190

    Also new in AIDA64:

    Benchmarking features
    ∑AVX and FMA accelerated FP32 and FP64 ray tracing benchmarks [*NEW*]

    Unique features
    ∑RemoteSensor: wireless remote monitoring of PC status on any smartphone or tablet [*NEW*]
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