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1 hour ago, turbomax said:

not if you have a 4090, for the next 2 years 😊

Lovelace Titan is coming (maybe) ... https://wccftech.com/nvidia-geforce-rtx-4090-ti-aka-next-gen-titan-pictured-a-bit-more-quad-slot-behemoth-with-the-largest-founders-edition-cooler-to-date/

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1 hour ago, Ianrivaldosmith said:

Imagine 60fps being your worst case scenario

you seem to be claiming that at all highly detailed airports like iniBuilds EGLL + with dense activity of AI traffic & all sliders maxed for quality & with high resolution 4K or VR, a minimum of 60fps…

a detailed video would be more convincing than mere words…

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I have a 3080, looking for a 4090 but they are still unobtanium so thinking of moving from a 3080 to 4080 for the frame rate generation and 30% raw gains... 


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29 minutes ago, craigeaglefire said:

you seem to be claiming that at all highly detailed airports like iniBuilds EGLL + with dense activity of AI traffic & all sliders maxed for quality & with high resolution 4K or VR, a minimum of 60fps…

a detailed video would be more convincing than mere words…

Yes that is exactly what I am claiming, because that is exactly what is happening. Why do I need to prove myself to you with a video? I am telling you at that exact scenario, using a 7950X and 4090 that its exactly what I get, 60FPS. As I am sure others do too. If you don't want to believe it, thats up to you. I have no reason to lie. and I never said in VR, I said at 4K. Using TAA of 100. Using FSLTL and all sliders right, yes. 

You don't want to believe it? Doesn't affect me in the slightest, I am telling you what my eyes are seeing. 

 

(And even if that were only 50 FPS, it would still be WORLDS ahead of 30 FPS.....)

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1 hour ago, pstrub said:

Lovelace Titan is coming (maybe)

800 watts behemoth, not a gaming card, if it will ever be relased.

"there are no such plans officially made by NVIDIA."

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60-130 fps. no CPU overclocking.

very nice.

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1 minute ago, turbomax said:

800 watts behemoth, not a gaming card, if it will ever be relased.

Not saying it's reasonable or makes sense... but I'm sure some people will buy it for gaming 😛 

(if it will ever be released)

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40 minutes ago, craigeaglefire said:

a detailed video would be more convincing than mere words…

detailed video more convincing than mere posts:

 

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60-130 fps. no CPU overclocking.

very nice.

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10 minutes ago, Ianrivaldosmith said:

that its exactly what I get, 60FPS. As I am sure others do too. If you don't want to believe it, thats up to you.

@craigeaglefire Just to confirm what Ian says. Inibuilds EGLL at 4k in the Fenix A320, Ultra settings, PSXT/RealTraffic using AIG models - never below 60fps.

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8 hours ago, ryanbatc said:

Meh that's an awesome card.  I wouldn't spend the money on a 40xx card if I had that.  I came from a 1080ti hehe so it was well worth it.  With hardware someone always has a more powerful component than you, nearly the moment you bought it LOL.


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1 hour ago, psolk said:

I have a 3080, looking for a 4090 but they are still unobtanium so thinking of moving from a 3080 to 4080 for the frame rate generation and 30% raw gains... 

I'd still go for a 4090.  I only have a 850w PSU so I wasn't certain if I could handle one.  I love my 4080 - but if I had a better PSU I would have gone 4090 because I use VR now.


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5 minutes ago, ryanbatc said:

I'd still go for a 4090.  I only have a 850w PSU so I wasn't certain if I could handle one.  I love my 4080 - but if I had a better PSU I would have gone 4090 because I use VR now.

You convinced me... Found one for MSRP+Tax so I grabbed it 🙂 


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Well, a 850W gold or platinum PSU is easily sufficient. If, you can lower the power target down to 70% without loosing more than 5% performance, and then this 4090 is actually less demanding for your PSU than a 3090 or 6900XT.

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1 hour ago, craigeaglefire said:

does using the frame generation introduce any graphical artifacts/anomalies?

you did watch the video I posted above from ObsidianAnts,

the "detailed video that would be more convincing than mere words…"?

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60-130 fps. no CPU overclocking.

very nice.

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