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10 hours ago, Rob Ainscough said:

I would think a buyer would much rather have a GPU that runs 20-40C all the time rather than one that's been running for years at 60-80C … so I can see why they want to buy from me given the lower heat stress … but why have me convert them back to their "stressed" state with stock cooler?  Anyway, I have put many back together because buyers seem to want that.

Cheers, Rob.

If I had to guess, I would say differences in technical ability. Higher end solutions like watercooled cards are unfamiliar to most people, and so is the care and feeding of such beasties.

If you are not technical, a waterblocked card can look complex, intimidating, and hard to maintain.


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12 hours ago, HiFlyer said:

If you are not technical, a waterblocked card can look complex, intimidating, and hard to maintain.

I think you mean "not mechanical" … nothing "technical" about the process … small screws and paste removal/application and heat transfer pad placement.

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I have the following situation: Night, airport with DL (Madrid e.g.) and nearly 100% GPU load. I've got a 1080ti and a I7 8700k at 5.2Ghz. The antialiasing setting is 8xMSAA. This means a nearly fluid simming in the night but the autogen lights are shimmering in the distance. So I'd like to know (if anybody knows of course) an RTX 2080ti would be able to decrease the GPU-load or even better if I would be able to set AA to 4-8SSAA?

 

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3 hours ago, Kai-Uwe Wei said:

I have the following situation: Night, airport with DL (Madrid e.g.) and nearly 100% GPU load. I've got a 1080ti and a I7 8700k at 5.2Ghz. The antialiasing setting is 8xMSAA. This means a nearly fluid simming in the night but the autogen lights are shimmering in the distance. So I'd like to know (if anybody knows of course) an RTX 2080ti would be able to decrease the GPU-load or even better if I would be able to set AA to 4-8SSAA?

 

Cheers,Kai

 

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With my 2080 Ti, I can now maintain 30fps in 4k at dynamic lighting-enabled airports with 4x SSAA set. I have jacked up all the GPU-driven graphics settings (shadows, textures) except for disabling dynamic reflections. GPU utilization was still just about 70% from what I recall sitting at the gate in FlyTampa Boston in the FSL A320. This is with a 6700K @4.7 and 16 gigs of RAM running at 3200. 

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I find this statement about DDR4 Memory from Hilbert (Guru3d.com) interesting...

DDR4 Memory

For Coffee Lake-S (8th and 9th Gen Intel procs) and DDR4 we always say, volume matters more than frequency. A 3,200 MHz kit, for example, is more expensive and does offer better bandwidth but the performance increase in real-world usage will be hard to find. Unless you transcode videos over the processor a lot. As always, my advice would be to go with lower clocked DDR4 memory with decent timings, but get more of it. Don't go for 8 GB, get two or four DIMMs and in total a minimum of 16 GB. The reason we test at 3200 MHz is simple, we do the same for AMD Ryzen and want to create a fair and equal playing ground for both. 3200 MHz is, however, a very nice equilibrium for both processor brands.

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Hello, great analysis.
I was surprised that even with the highest settings, you leave the special effects at low level. What is the reason? Thank you

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Thank you for this information. I'm wondering if a single 2080 would be an option in my case. I run a 1070 with a 6700k at 4.7, 16GB DDR4 3000 CAS 15. 

I'm running fairly low GPU intensive settings right now and it's running great, but it would be nice to keep between 45-60 fps at night with DL on. It would also be nice to have higher shadows and reflection settings.

I was thinking a single 2080TI, but maybe the price difference is not worth the performance difference. 

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There doesn’t seem to be much info on the 2080 around here, especially with regard to 4K


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8 hours ago, VHOJT said:

There doesn’t seem to be much info on the 2080 around here, especially with regard to 4K

I think that is due to the availabilty (or non-availabilty) issue. 


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9 hours ago, pgde said:

I think that is due to the availabilty (or non-availabilty) issue. 

That would make sense 🙂


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Hey guys, I need your advice :

Last weekend I sold my 2 1080Ti cards. Both were Gigabyte 1080Ti Gaming OC.

At this moment, hete in the Netherlands, 2080Ti cards are all for pre-order and delivery between 15 november - end december.

I had my eyes on a MSI Trio or Gigabyte Gaming OC, but I might be waiting for 3-6 weeks...

However, by accident I found a Gigabyte 2080Ti Windforce, that I can buy today. It is a little slower in OC mode than a Gaming OC. In benckmarktests the difference in fps is 2-3%.

What would you do regarding a triple view ( no 4K ) setup ?  Buy the Windforce version or wait fir one of the other 2 cards..

I have to decide today ....

Thanks


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On ‎10‎/‎20‎/‎2018 at 4:10 PM, Diigg said:

I was surprised that even with the highest settings, you leave the special effects at low level. What is the reason?

Don't like shoreline waves "As is" and they don't bring much to the visuals table but can impact CPU load.

Cheers, Rob.

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On 10/23/2018 at 7:25 AM, GSalden said:

Hey guys, I need your advice :

Last weekend I sold my 2 1080Ti cards. Both were Gigabyte 1080Ti Gaming OC.

At this moment, hete in the Netherlands, 2080Ti cards are all for pre-order and delivery between 15 november - end december.

I had my eyes on a MSI Trio or Gigabyte Gaming OC, but I might be waiting for 3-6 weeks...

However, by accident I found a Gigabyte 2080Ti Windforce, that I can buy today. It is a little slower in OC mode than a Gaming OC. In benckmarktests the difference in fps is 2-3%.

What would you do regarding a triple view ( no 4K ) setup ?  Buy the Windforce version or wait fir one of the other 2 cards..

I have to decide today ....

Thanks

Gerard, it is probably too late.

But take your time before buying a 2080Ti card.
I just received mine, an EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti XC ULTRA GAMING and although a fantastic improvement over my "old" 1080, it is VERY noisy.
And I believe the Gigabyte has same cooling solution.

So wait a bit until a better card is released unless you plan water-cooling it 😉

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51 minutes ago, David Roch said:

Gerard, it is probably too late.

But take your time before buying a 2080Ti card.
I just received mine, an EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti XC ULTRA GAMING and although a fantastic improvement over my "old" 1080, it is VERY noisy.
And I believe the Gigabyte has same cooling solution.

So wait a bit until a better card is released unless you plan water-cooling it 😉

It’s running in the pc while a write this. The card is more quiet than the Gamers Edition and at 46 degrees Celcius has a boost of 46-52 degrees C.

I cannot hear the card as the noise in my cockpit is louder than the pc ...


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