- Aug 20, 2007
- 12,690 (2.75/day)
|Processor||Intel i9 9900k|
|Motherboard||ASRock Z390 Taichi|
|Cooling||Noctua NH-D15 + A whole lotta Sunon and Corsair Maglev blower fans...|
|Memory||G.SKILL TridentZ Series 32GB (4 x 8GB) DDR4-3200 @ 14-14-14-34-2T|
|Video Card(s)||AMD RX 5700 XT (XFX THICC Ultra III)|
|Storage||Mushkin Pilot-E 2TB NVMe SSD w/ EKWB M.2 Heatsink|
|Display(s)||32" 1440p LG 32GK850F Freesync 2 Monitor based on an AU Optronics true 8-bit AMVA Panel|
|Case||Thermaltake Core X31|
|Audio Device(s)||VGA HDMI->Panasonic SC-HTB20/Schiit Modi MB/Asgard 2 DAC/Amp to AKG Pro K7712 Headphones|
|Power Supply||SeaSonic Prime 750W 80Plus Titanium|
|Mouse||ROCCAT Kone EMP|
|Keyboard||WASD CODE 104-Key w/ Cherry MX Green Keyswitches, Doubleshot Vortex PBT White Transluscent Keycaps|
|Software||Windows 10 Enterprise (yes, it's legit.)|
Sure, let me just fork nouveau, and have documented apis to raise the boost clocks...OR if you are so good, why not code yourself for the support?
oh right, that's literally an nvidia "trade secret" making what you just stated nearly impossible. Sounds fun.
Integer scaling is not hard. For god's sake man, the cpu could do it.Might be something to do with Turing's ability to do concurrent int&fp math... I would not be surprised that Volta cards could support this as well.