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9 hours ago, IanHarrison said:

It isn't a package: Ray said 'box' (in inverted commas).

OK...is a box not a package? 🤔😀

But as I just responded to him, my comments weren’t meant as argumentative. I wasn’t sure if it was clear that a software publisher may not be the developer and vice versa.

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4 hours ago, neil0311 said:

OK...is a box not a package? 🤔😀

But as I just responded to him, my comments weren’t meant as argumentative. I wasn’t sure if it was clear that a software publisher may not be the developer and vice versa.

Just to clarify, I tried to indicate that it was a VIRTUAL box (package) that was referred to, not a real one as inferred by your comment.


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And I was wondering why I got so many notifications on my topic. Well. I know now. Hahah. 

Okey. So, what I read between the lines is +8 vram is better future proof and conspiracy theory 😅. Checked 


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On 9/14/2020 at 8:26 PM, micstatic said:

interesting enough.  Gamers nexus will be including MSFS in benchmarking of the new cards.  this should be a big help for all of us. 

gamersnexus_will_be_benchmarking_msfs_20https://www.reddit.com/r/MicrosoftFlightSim/comments/isme4w/gamersnexus_will_be_benchmarking_msfs_2020_for/

That would be awesome. Thanks for the link.. I'll keep an eye on that! 

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2 hours ago, Tektolnes said:

Looks like both Scan and Overclockers have crashed - must be tons of people (and bots probably) stampeding to buy these cards.

Unlikely they don`t even know when they will get stock they sell the AIB GPU`s, and like the CPU`s stock could be short.

 

 


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I'm not a fan of being an early-adopter on GPUs anyway...driver support tends to be focused on the big AAA titles, especially around the initial release.  I prefer to let the drivers (and also the GPU utilities like MSI Afterburner and EVGA Precision) mature a bit before jumping in.


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1 hour ago, cgbart said:

All,

Read the following and take note: https://wccftech.com/nvidia-hints-at-rtx-3080-graphics-card-with-20gb-memory

I'm in the same boat and waiting so to speak.

And talk of a Titan 48GB card.


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