Guys, I've been out of the loop re: processors. So i see that Intel is taking a beating now (both in hardware and in stock prices) for some reason and AMD are selling like hot cakes and seem to be a much better choice (performance / price wise) than Intel.
Now, i've been an Intel customer for...
I currently have the ACER 38" UltraWide 4k display and it's the perfect size (i tried pretty much all othe sizes and this is the only size i truly love). The only problem is that it's FreeSynch at 75hz.
I've been runnin nVidia cards for 15+ years and this new display with G-Sync, 1ms and 144hz...
Is 75Hz only with FreeSync? Or can it be done with an nVidia card.
I currently have 38" LG 3840x1600, but it can't do 75Hz on an nVidia card.
The fonts on 3840x1600 seem to be smaller than on 30" Dell (2560 x 1600). I dont know why, maybe some PPI stuff which is too complicated for me.
I've had a Dell 30" 2560 x 1600 for 15 years not and love it
The font size is just right for some reason. Newer monitors have font size too small for me :<
Is there anything more recent, with g-synch maybe?
I have Titan V.
1. sell and get a 2080Ti
2. Water-cool Titan V
3. Do nothing and play on air
Display Resolution: 3840 x 1600
Right now It runs 43'C idle and 83'C under load (warm room). No OC.
You now, the ones that re not vulnerable to Spectre or Meltdown ?
Have they announced anything yet?
So for driveby post. I scanned 2 first pages and couldn't find anything. I i go for a new PC, i want a proper chip in it (not vulnerable or handicapped)
Thanks in advance for the answers.
Apparently, "Ampere" is a successor to Volta and also is not a gaming GPU:
So nVidia is not gonna use Volta in gaming cards, instead they announced some new architecture named Ampere, with no roadmap or dates.
Suddenly, i don't feel bad about buying Titan V.
All i wish for now is for someone to make an hybryd watercooler kit for it.
Is AMD hopelessly left behind? Do they even plan to release anything close to Volta ?
I've been waiting for 15 years now to get a good AMD card, but it seems they are constantly and severely get outperformed by nvidia.