FXAA/TXAA smooth an image out. They do not try to insert missing information where there is none.
This is what you get when you don't have AI inserting missing information. Play with the sliders all you want; without AI, information isn't just going to magically appear where there is none.
The Epic Games Store released on December 6, 2018, but that post is from November 30, 2018. And you're saying this is a receipt when it was done prior to EGS even existing?
I think you might be grasping at straws.
Did you watch the video? No amount of tweaking will fix those glaring issues; and as far as mitigating them, I don't see how they can mitigate them to the degree that an AI assisted upscaler does. As far as FSR improving quicker than DLSS, I suspect it will not. There is just no way for an...
Just watched the full DF video, and so far I gather FSR 2.0 is much better than FSR 1.0, but still not as good as DLSS. And it mostly runs faster on nvidia cards than on AMD cards with a few outliers depending on architecture and resolution. I guess we will have to wait for more titles to...
What I meant to say is that the GTX 670 was rebranded to the GTX 760 Ti, my apologies; but it was the last chip to be rebranded. I have since edited my post to correct it.
It was, you are correct.
You're point? Nvidia's last rebrand was the GTX 670 which released May 10th, 2012. 4 days short of an entire decade ago. As opposed to AMD's which was the RX 455 released in June 30th of 2016.
Edit: The last nvidia card to be a rebrand is the GTX 760 Ti which released in 25th August, 2013 and...
It's actually very easy to see what monitors have g-sync certification as Nvidia even keeps a list of all g-sync ultimate, g-sync and g-sync compatible monitors on their own website, g-sync monitors.
Edit: Lakados beat me to it.
Only question that pops up in my head is if it's still better just to look for a gsync compatible certified monitor since those have at least been tested and certified to provide a good and basic, trouble free, tear free and stutter free gaming experience.
Is this bound to be any better than...
Listen, until you remove the heatsink and actually look under it, you have absolutely no proof that the thermal pads are either missing or incorrect; full stop.
And as far as this thread goes, you have 3 choices. Leave it as is, repair it yourself, or return it. Whatever you choose, is of...
Forgive my ignorance, but all your email are to a MocnyKomputer.pl, that's not ASUS. It seems to me you are actually complaining about the computer shop you bought it from giving you bad customer service; not actually ASUS. Am I crazy here? :cautious:
The 2500K had a long life because for a long time AMD was so far behind that there was little reason to upgrade to anything even from Intel's side. That is no longer the case and I will still advise against upgrading to an EOL platform.
What? ATI had the first consumer card with hardware tessellation in 2001 as GoodBoy said, and AMD didn't buy ATI until 2006. AMD had fuck all to do with hardware tessellation. You seem to be confusing ATI for AMD; they are not the same.
Never did, but it's funny watching people defend a corporation that won't even name a chip that is locked differently from all the other chips they produce that are unlocked. Same people would have a conniption if any other company pulled this same play.
Everyone here knows what it stands for, but the average user does not and equates it to akin of a k series intel chip that is unlocked and overclock-able. You wouldn't believe just how many simpletons out there don't even know the difference between memory speeds let alone the difference between...
I think my issue is why brand is a 5800X3D instead of a 58003D. The X variants have always implied unlocked and fully overclockable, so this naming to me feels very disingenuous. Imagine Intel releasing a K variant you couldn't overclock; people on this board would be rioting.
Too true, anyone that has ever lived in a house/apartment with 12' high ceilings can attest to just how much having fans helps with keeping things booth cool in the summer and warm in the winder by simply just circulating air even when the HVAC system reaches temp and shuts off.
We made fun of it's power consumption because it was barely better than a 970 while using considerably more power. The R9 390 released 9 months after the 970, having only 5% more relative performance while using a whopping 60% more power for that measly 5% performance improvement; at the exact...
Just throwing this out there since it happened to me in the past in a very old house. Is the wall outlet you are using properly grounded? I had a similar experience years ago because all but one of the few three prong outlets in the house were not grounded and only had the neutral connected. I...
Where's all the outrage about this? Had something similar been reported about either competitors, the post here would be flying...
In any case, it doesn't surprise me at all. I'm more surprised there were suckers believing the $200 "MSRP" to begin with.
The vast majority do not have access to a microcenter.
Newegg at $479
Neither $480 nor $600 is realistic. What is realist is that the 6500XT is trash compared to a 3050, and more realistically both of them are not worth the time nor the effort at their street prices.
Honestly, the defense of both of these turds is getting laughable.