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    They obviously took out 1070TI from the market which was on par with 2060 I think and cost less

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    6gb vram will be obsolete pretty soon , i would rather buy a discounted gtx 1070 than any rtx bullshit
    I'm very much out of the loop, but I think 6GB holds pretty well if the resolution is 1080p, no? Also the RTX architecture, though immature for the time being will have better driver support, and the additional RT cores can later be used to enable features once the games start featuring additional eye candy.

    That has been the case with every iteration of newer hardware. I was hoping it'd be around $250-300 like the 1060 at launch. Nvidia's milking money because AMD hasn't offered anything yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    I'm very much out of the loop, but I think 6GB holds pretty well if the resolution is 1080p, no? Also the RTX architecture, though immature for the time being will have better driver support, and the additional RT cores can later be used to enable features once the games start featuring additional eye candy.

    That has been the case with every iteration of newer hardware. I was hoping it'd be around $250-300 like the 1060 at launch. Nvidia's milking money because AMD hasn't offered anything yet.
    the rtx/tensor cores or wutever the hell they are for aren't worth ¤¤¤¤ you know why ? because the next gen rtx cards will probably do it right. Remember the DX 10/11/12 hype and 1st few gen cards hardly used all the new features and most games ended up running using dx9 for a solid few following years?

    Just saw amd's new radeon 7 which hardly keeps up with 2080. So, now you add the fact of no one to compete with, nvidia probably wont even release proper ray tracing cards for another 2 years. By "proper" i meant 4K ray tracing with all maxed out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by minitt View Post
    the rtx/tensor cores or wutever the hell they are for aren't worth ¤¤¤¤ you know why ? because the next gen rtx cards will probably do it right. Remember the DX 10/11/12 hype and 1st few gen cards hardly used all the new features and most games ended up running using dx9 for a solid few following years?

    Just saw amd's new radeon 7 which hardly keeps up with 2080. So, now you add the fact of no one to compete with, nvidia probably wont even release proper ray tracing cards for another 2 years. By "proper" i meant 4K ray tracing with all maxed out.
    Yes I remember. Things take time to get mainstream.

    What I think of the RT cores is that it's quite a handy built-in feature, and when the time comes , the game devs will make proper use for it. Since it's a very niche market with only Nvidia having the hardware right now and the cards being quite expensive, the devs just aren't gonna make it priority.

    AMD needs to atleast have good comeback to the GPU department like their recent CPUs.

    Also the somewhat affordable 570, 580 from AMD are so many generations behind in terms of architecture, everyone looks to buy Nvidia.

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    I wouldn’t say 4K maxed out and ray traced is proper because that would be full maturity. Performance is not as bad as it was at launch. BFV got updates that improved it by 50% and its getting another one that will improve it further.

    The problem now is adoption and price points. 2060 is priced well but can’t say the same for the rest of the line up.

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    RTX 4060 will probably cost 1500$
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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    I'm very much out of the loop, but I think 6GB holds pretty well if the resolution is 1080p, no? Also the RTX architecture, though immature for the time being will have better driver support, and the additional RT cores can later be used to enable features once the games start featuring additional eye candy.

    That has been the case with every iteration of newer hardware. I was hoping it'd be around $250-300 like the 1060 at launch. Nvidia's milking money because AMD hasn't offered anything yet.
    rtx 2060 is targeted to 2k resolution and even at 1080p most gpus in today use almost 4gb of vram and i don't think 6gb can handle at 2k resolution plus nvidia is launching 11xx series cards with cheaper price and no ray tracing is also questionable how 2060 will be on the market once this cheaper cards will get release

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    Regarding Gsync with FreeSync monitors, it's gonna need more time

    https://www.pcworld.com/article/3332...ehhlKFAbk2N2is

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    That right there is what FreeSync has been for so long. People have issues like that all the time but others ignore them cause G Sync is not free.

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    Can't believe Radeon 7 performs like RTX 2080 and costs the same.

    But doesn't have Ray Tracing support and consumes more power. What the ¤¤¤? If it doesn't have ray tracing support, then it should be cheaper.

    Amd is loosing this gen again. And that means no pressure on Nvidia. That means RTX 5060 will probably cost 1500$
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sami 1999 View Post
    Can't believe Radeon 7 performs like RTX 2080 and costs the same.

    But doesn't have Ray Tracing support and consumes more power. What the ¤¤¤? If it doesn't have ray tracing support, then it should be cheaper.

    Amd is loosing this gen again. And that means no pressure on Nvidia. That means RTX 5060 will probably cost 1500$
    a grain of salt is what nvidia always needs https://www.guru3d.com/news-story/nv...LGc3V1LSjm1qAQ

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    rtx 2060 is targeted to 2k resolution and even at 1080p most gpus in today use almost 4gb of vram and i don't think 6gb can handle at 2k resolution plus nvidia is launching 11xx series cards with cheaper price and no ray tracing is also questionable how 2060 will be on the market once this cheaper cards will get release
    I know 4GB is not enough these days, but I was thinking 6GB should be okay-ish for 1080p? That is still the majority of the resolution of PCs these days, atleast here in BD.

    Wish the 2060 would've been a bit cheaper like the 1060 at launch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    I know 4GB is not enough these days, but I was thinking 6GB should be okay-ish for 1080p? That is still the majority of the resolution of PCs these days, atleast here in BD.

    Wish the 2060 would've been a bit cheaper like the 1060 at launch.
    6GB should be enough for 1080p gaming.
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    I have reviewed the GALAX RTX 2080 OC 8GB, (video linked in a post a few pages back) ROG STRIX RTX 2070 OC 8GB (was published sometime ago) and the ROG STRIX RTX 2080 Ti 11GB Advanced Edition (yet to be published) and have seen quite a few occasion where the VRAM usage, even at 1080P has surpassed the 4GB VRAM limit.

    4GB VRAM for maximum graphical settings at 1080P isn't enough these days. There were some heated debates in this very section of the forum regarding the usefulness of the GTX 1060's 3GB and the RX 470's 4GB framebuffer. A year or two later, it appears that there were truth to everything I have said, just that some aspects of it were overlooked.

    If you have a total system memory of 16GB, the VRAM buffer size of 3GB or 4GB doesn't matter that much, specially if you have speedy DDR4 RAM. When you fire up a game that demands more video memory than what your VRAM buffer is, what the games does is that it pushes the texture data on to system memory, since it's the second fastest RAM where large amounts of data can be shoved and moved around when necessary. Most reviewers when reviewing such 3GB or 4GB cards use 16GB of system memory, this kind of helps to hide the impact on performance once the VRAM buffer is fully clogged, and helps to keep everything running smoothly. But if you're someone who's using only 8GB of system memory, both of these cards lose out on performance since modern games can easily take up to upwards of 6GB system memory itself, and on a system with only 8GB there's no room to offload texture data on to the system memory itself and have the game's executable and the OS running in the background.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    a grain of salt is what nvidia always needs https://www.guru3d.com/news-story/nv...LGc3V1LSjm1qAQ
    So many Amd fanboys in the comments section there lol.

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    People also said 2 GB is enough for 1080p back in 2014, while it clearly wasn't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoMoN.Khan View Post
    Is that you?
    Yes, that's me.

    Some tidbits from the production of the video:

    The Umbrella is supposed to stand for "a shield for all the RTX hate."

    Just kidding, I was goofing around with some of the props on the set. However..

    A lot of concepts for the introduction and the review itself were watered down, simplified or simply cut due to time and resource constraints. Most importers and companies expect to see a review of their product after sending it in for approximately 12 hours and have no notion of how time consuming the making of a content piece can be, and this video was like 10 days behind it's schedule. I am proud to say that our imaging equipment (over at PCB BD) is among some of the best if not the best in South Asia, however my video editing skills and on screen presentation leaves a lot to be desired.

    Most of the times while reviewing I appear exhausted because that is exactly what happened, after a long day's journey and going through all the benchmarking and stuff, having to shoot videos at times like past midnight; it's really difficult to appear all energetic and no amount of rehearsal is going to change that. Besides, I am one of those people who don't like cameras, and cameras return me the favor by disliking me equally.

    As for some of the Bangla concepts in some of our videos coming across as cringeworthy, that's because they are exactly that. You also have to take into consideration that the majority of our Bangladeshi viewers and subscribers aren't the most tech savvy.

    In other news, Colorful Graphics card are making their way into Bangladesh, thanks to Flora Limited. Their nvidia RTX 2060 graphics card could be very reasonably priced. To learn more on the subject, check out this article: https://www.pcbuilderbd.com/news/rtx-2060-under-35k/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fox Mulder View Post
    Yes, that's me.

    Some tidbits from the production of the video:

    The Umbrella is supposed to stand for "a shield for all the RTX hate."

    Just kidding, I was goofing around with some of the props on the set. However..

    A lot of concepts for the introduction and the review itself were watered down, simplified or simply cut due to time and resource constraints. Most importers and companies expect to see a review of their product after sending it in for approximately 12 hours and have no notion of how time consuming the making of a content piece can be, and this video was like 10 days behind it's schedule. I am proud to say that our imaging equipment (over at PCB BD) is among some of the best if not the best in South Asia, however my video editing skills and on screen presentation leaves a lot to be desired.

    Most of the times while reviewing I appear exhausted because that is exactly what happened, after a long day's journey and going through all the benchmarking and stuff, having to shoot videos at times like past midnight; it's really difficult to appear all energetic and no amount of rehearsal is going to change that. Besides, I am one of those people who don't like cameras, and cameras return me the favor by disliking me equally.

    As for some of the Bangla concepts in some of our videos coming across as cringeworthy, that's because they are exactly that. You also have to take into consideration that the majority of our Bangladeshi viewers and subscribers aren't the most tech savvy.

    In other news, Colorful Graphics card are making their way into Bangladesh, thanks to Flora Limited. Their nvidia RTX 2060 graphics card could be very reasonably priced. To learn more on the subject, check out this article: https://www.pcbuilderbd.com/news/rtx-2060-under-35k/

    Here's a "trailer leak" for an upcoming product review: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1O_9...Ayu_iqCWk33Jh/
    Is this "Colorful" brand any good Efat bhai?

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    So many Amd fanboys in the comments section there lol.

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    People also said 2 GB is enough for 1080p back in 2014, while it clearly wasn't.
    It's just not games. Everything requires more horsepower now. Back when Chrome was launched, it did fine with a System having only 1-2GB. Now it alone eats that amount of RAM like it's breakfast.

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    Colorful is a legit brand, and whether they live up to expectations is something I'll be able to tell you first hand pretty soon.

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    I've seen Nvidia sometimes release iGame specific drivers (a brand under Colorful) so I'm sure it will be decent. I just hope they keep their prices under control.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fox Mulder View Post
    Colorful is a legit brand, and whether they live up to expectations is something I'll be able to tell you first hand pretty soon.
    Eagerly waiting for the review!

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