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Braegnok

Member Since 23 Jan 2012
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In Topic: is 2070 RTX worth it?

Yesterday, 08:26 PM

The GTX 1070 is 57% 1440P performance gain over GTX 970. The RTX 2070 is ahead of the GTX 1070 reference-to-reference around 35% and 36% at 1440P and 4K, respectively. 

 

The RTX 2070 Founders Edition is a vary capable card. It has decent overclocking potential, it runs quiet, and temperatures under load are acceptable. If we were looking at pricing similar to the outgoing GTX 1070, it would be an excellent upgrade. With no tangible benefits to be seen from ray tracing capabilities on these cards, no way you can test how feasible it is to run ray traced games on the entry-level RTX 2070, and no way to take advantage of DLSS, so you have to look at plain and simple GPU performance for gaming at 1440P,  which offers the best value.

 

Unless you have future plans to run ray traced games, the GTX 1070 Ti would offer the best value,.. with RTX 2070 being priced at between $499 and $599.    


In Topic: Intel 9th Generation Core i9 9900K Reviewed

20 October 2018 - 04:59 PM

Aside from being a bit warm at 5Ghz,.. I like the turbo ratios, L3 cache per core, and performance at mixed workload tests running at default settings.

 

But it's not a processor for everyone, and that comes down to cost and competition.

 

Looking forward to your 9700K review, especially gaming at 1440p and higher settings benchmarks.  :)


In Topic: Intel 9th Generation Core i9 9900K Reviewed

19 October 2018 - 04:04 PM

Great review Frank!,.. i9-9900K is vary impressive. 


In Topic: Nvidia web site

19 October 2018 - 03:26 PM

The GeForce Experience requires a password, and is a software download,.. https://www.nvidia.c...rce-experience/,.. Nvidia Store is were you bought cards, no password needed.   :cheers:


In Topic: 1080TI FS

17 October 2018 - 04:55 PM

In stock today for $1,199 while they last.  https://www.nvidia.c.../geforce-store/