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It has just been announced:

RTX4090 at $1599 available from October 12.

RTX4080 at $849.

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And their showcase used MSFS utilising DLSS 3. They said the 4090 will have twice the performance of a 3090 Ti in MSFS. Apparantly DLSS 3 uses some crazy new tech that makes MSFS silky smooth.

Exciting times ahead. I will be picking up one of these bad boys as soon as I get my hands one. The other tech they showed looks out of this world.

 

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I was hoping for a lower price on the 4090, dang it. Should 4080 equal 3090ti?


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Just now, Drumcode said:

Should 4080 equal 3090ti?

Apparently the 4080 will be 2 to 4 times faster than a 3080 Ti

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Just now, steve310002 said:

Apparently the 4080 will be 2 to 4 times faster than a 3080 Ti

Whoa, glad I held back. Let's go!

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3 minutes ago, steve310002 said:

Apparently the 4080 will be 2 to 4 times faster than a 3080 Ti

Disregard.

 

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3 minutes ago, Zangoose said:

lol !!! When, on heavy scenery,  my  12900k work at 50 % and my rtx 3090 at 30 % for 20-30 fps...

perhaps He got the SU 10 !!! 

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Ok Nvidia, now release the new drivers...

Also, I''l take a 4080 16GB please.

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3 minutes ago, supersym said:

lol !!! When, on heavy scenery,  my  12900k work at 50 % and my rtx 3090 at 30 % for 20-30 fps...

perhaps He got the SU 10 !!! 

My thoughts as well. Unless they have a version we don't know about, the cpu usage is still a problem.  But I hope this works out once us regular folks get our hands on it. Until then i won't get my hopes up.  

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5 minutes ago, supersym said:

lol !!! When, on heavy scenery,  my  12900k work at 50 % and my rtx 3090 at 30 % for 20-30 fps...

perhaps He got the SU 10 !!! 

Jensen (Nvidia CEO) was talking about some crazy tech that basically does CPU workloads on the GPU making CPU dependent games (giving MSFS as the example) able to use the GPU for CPU tasks in tandem with the CPU to making things smoother. I probably got the details wrong but it was something really cool like that 😀

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Microsoft Flight Simulator’s Performance Takes Off With The Addition Of NVIDIA DLSS 3

Microsoft Flight Simulator is a stunning, critically-acclaimed flight simulator that marries realistic recreations of popular planes with an accurate map of our planet, and regular free updates add immersive hand-crafted detail to the world’s most visited cities, airports and regions.

The 1:1 real-world recreation of our planet in Microsoft Flight Simulator challenges even the most powerful PCs. To help, Asobo Studio and Microsoft are bringing NVIDIA DLSS 3 to the game.

DLSS Super Resolution is effective in boosting performance in GPU bound cases by rendering fewer pixels. However, Microsoft Flight Simulator can be CPU bound even on the highest-end CPUs. In this case, DLSS 3’s Optical Multi Frame Generation is able to alleviate CPU bottlenecks and boost FPS by up to 2X by creating entirely new frames that never touch the CPU.

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Interesting that the consumer portion of nvidia is probably somewhat small compared to what nvidia is doing with/for corporate tech.  I'm listening about nvidia drive - they can render and create a simulation of everything on a road based on a real time recording.  Seems pretty interesting.


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in air screen shots showing 2x perf, yawn. Show me how this thing handles fenix+any big airport on the ground. I also wonder which CPU this testing was paired with? Im sure the new 7000 series AMD will help w the on ground FPS

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