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|System Name||Fractal Define R5 | Fractal Define R6|
|Processor||AMD Ryzen 9 3900X | Intel Core i7-9900K @ 5 Ghz all cores|
|Motherboard||ASUS ROG Strix X570 Gaming | MSI Z390 Gaming Pro Carbon AC|
|Cooling||CORSAIR Hydro H115i, RGB | CORSAIR Hydro H150i RGB|
|Memory||G.Skill Trident 32GB 3200 Mhz RGB| HyperX 32GB 3600 Mhz RGB|
|Video Card(s)||Gigabyte RTX 2080 Windforce 8G OC| MSI RTX 2080 Ti Gaming X TRIO|
|Display(s)||3X Samsung 23 in LED | LG 32UL950-W 32in 4K HDR FreeSync|
|Case||Fractal R5 tempered glass | Fractal R6 tempered glass|
|Audio Device(s)||Creative Sound Blaster Z | Creative Sound Blaster AE-7|
|Power Supply||Seasonic 750 watts| Seasonic 1000 watts|
|Software||MS Windows 10 Pro version 2004|
|Benchmark Scores||Intel Core i7-7820X 4.5 Ghz and ASUS ROG Strix X299-E Gaming parts in storage.|
AMD and NVIDIA examples are used to show TFLOPS arguments are meaningless for raster graphics power.Why this turns to be AMD vs nvidia thread? The fact is this is Intel next discrete GPU thread. The only thing I wished for is competitive price/performance and Intel really need to step up in their driver department. With Gen11 support integer scaling I'm pretty sure they will carry this to discrete card as well, with that we will (hopefully) see AMD and nvidia supporting them too.
That's wrong. RTX 2080 TI's boost modes can exceed paper specs mentioned in https://www.techpowerup.com/gpu-specs/geforce-rtx-2080-ti.c3305The 512 core version could have up to 14.7 TFLOPS depending on clockspeeds. FP32. Thats more than 2080 Ti.
I don't think it will beat 2080 Ti in gaming tho... xD but Intel could have something decent up their sleeve here. The 10th gen mobile chips are not bad in the iGPU department. 3 times faster than 9th gen on average and this is with very low core count and clockspeed.
Looking forward to see the performance on these 4 dGPU's.
RTX 2080 Ti can reach 17.186 TFLOPS which is backed by six GPC (includes geometry-raster units) and read/write 88 ROPS at about 1950Mhz