- Dec 6, 2018
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|Processor||Intel Core i5-9600K|
|Motherboard||Asus Prime Z390-A|
|Cooling||Cooler Master Hyper 212 Black Edition|
|Memory||G.Skill DDR4 RipjawsV 3200MHz 16GB kit|
|Video Card(s)||MSI RTX 2060 Ventus OC|
|Storage||Samsung 860 EVO M.2 250GB / Samsung 860 EVO 500GB / Kingston AV400 120 GB / Seagate external 1TB|
|Case||Cooler Master H500|
|Audio Device(s)||Beyerdynamic DT 990 PRO headphones|
|Power Supply||SUPER FLOWER Leadex Gold 650W|
|Mouse||Logitech M500 refresh|
|Software||Windows 10 Enterprise 64-bit|
You gotta start somewhere, right? That's principle of innovation. Innovation is the heart of PC nerding, isn't it? It's been so stale in the last decade that my heart starts racing even upon seeing the slightest innovation nowadays. Adaptive Sync, SSD's and RGB, that's about all the innovation we saw in the last decade.You know, that is a good point, they invested in RTX and maybe or maybe not it'll play out well for them. "Standard" is also a good question, since DX12 introduced the RTX API in Win 10, it's still very young. It's all about the ecosystem, meaning how many developers are going to invest time into implementing it when there's only a handful (or maybe one right now... 2080 ti) that can really handle it.
It's not a very compelling story at the moment.
Nvidia had a fantastic idea with RTX: it not only looks better, but it effectively helps developers finish games faster. It's sensational. I wish them all the best of luck with that.
While AMD, with its unlimited army of trolls does nothing, no innovation, and I'd be the first to shake AMD's hands if they finally did something to advance the industry. I want more games, I want hardware that helps devs finish games faster, I want to see some innovation finally