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But... But it runs Crysis at 190 FPS in 4K...!!!!


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Hopefully the new patch adds a bit more performance into the sim but I am happy with my *cough* 20 FPS *cough* as of today. 


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17 minutes ago, Moria15 said:

There is no way on earth that I am going to upgrade my Graphic Card without upgrading my CPU.

It's all about the resolution you want to run the sim. Even with a high end CPU a 3000 series card does not bring you much at 1080. At 4k it helps a lot.

The 3080 is not to 'blame', it's the largest performance/$ ratio jump for video cards in a decade. MFS is in need of DX12.

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Although I don't have a 4K monitor at present, I do have 3*1080 monitors although don't usually fly using all three, does anyone know what sort of performance boost a 3080 would give me if I fly at 3*1080 for now? A 3070 might be an option for me, as it would still be a massive boost in performance after upgrading from a 1070.


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What do they need to do to upgrade to DX12? Is it planned? Sorry if this question has been answered, and I think I remember reading about it somewhere else, but I forget. 

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The higher in DX means not only more/better features but also the GPU can take over some tasks from the GPU.

So DX12 is taxing the GPU more and gives some breathing space to the CPU compared to DX11.

Hopefully DX12 will come within a couple of months..

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Lets hope they redo some of the tests after they upgrade to 1.8.3

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I'm happy with my 2080 Super performance. I'm running at 1440 with ultra settings and am getting very smooth performance at 30fps (V-Sync). My TV is a 4k set, but the sim looks fantastic to me.

 

I'll be getting a 3080ti down the road, probably 6 months or so. I want to see the fallout of release, and if the new Radeon cards will cause another price drop by Nvidia.

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Based on those numbers my 2070 super is just fine. 


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Looks like there's no reason to immediately upgrade from my 1080ti; at least in terms of MSFS. For other applications, probably will upgrade.

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Skip to you my Lou!

Happy 1080Ti camper here.

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Yeah, my 1080ti will stay for some time too.

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The RTX3080 provides a substantial upgrade to anyone using Pascal - even the 1080ti when you also consider you will be getting RT.

If you have a 2070 or above though it's a harder decision.


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4 hours ago, GSalden said:

In total : if you do not use 4K or are satisfied with 30 FPS you do not need to replace your 2080 (Ti) by a 3090 

I don't think there is any 3090 data yet?  But agree, if we do see 3090 data that performs about the same as a 2080Ti or Titan, then I'll pass on the 3090 ... but one hopes/assumes the 3090 ($1500) will be significantly faster than the 3080 ... but if it ends up being another "pay for more VRAM" thing from nVidia, then I'll definitely just hang onto my Titan RTX 24GB.  nVidia are claiming the 3090 can do 8K gaming at good FPS (HDMI 2.1 compliant) ... something the XBOX X can't do. 

I think what that chart might demonstrate (if real) is that the 3080 10GB at $700 will operate as fast or slightly faster than the 2080Ti 11GB at $1200 ... assuming the game is being tested isn't setup to exceed 10GB VRAM (which MSFS can do at 4K res).

Now, to put this into perspective, the new XBOX X is $499 for 4K gaming.  

Cheers, Rob.

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the benchmarks are already obsolete, we need new one after ignition with the latest patch (1.8.3.0).


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