for reals. other than adding more sections, have they even updated the interface ever? I have vague memories of it looking exactly the same 15+ years ago when i was using a Geforce FX with version 50-something of the driver back when it was branded "Detonater" but i could be transposing that.
We joke, but it wouldn't hurt. Their control panel looks hopelessly dated.
Yeah but if it works... why mess with it?
Following that logic, we'd still be using 56kbps modems, because it worked just fine. You don't really need photography anyway, text walls will do.Too true. On one hand I'd love to see it updated somehow but on the other it's far too easy to imagine how they could screw it up.
oki. too early for new gfx cards i guess if past is any indication. normally some 2 years inbetween, but i first got serious when 980ti came so didnt pay much attention before that.Nvidia has actually made some ARM-based CPUs in the past for android devices.
I doubt that's what this is, though.
We could more or less say that Nvidia has achieved their assumed goals with RTX- it's in the market, the software stack is there, and developers are working on it.But I don't know how willing NVidia is to cannablize their RTX sales like that... gotta recoup all that R&D
Unless Nvidia really really wants to spoil Navi, in which case I could potentially see them taking the risk of cannablizing their own parts to take the spotlight off of AMD. But yeah I agree it's quite unlikely and certainly not what this teaser is about.It's a virtual certainty that there will be no GTX 1680. That would basically be admitting defeat on RTX.