- Aug 6, 2017
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|System Name||Purple rain|
|Processor||10.5 thousand 4.2G 1.1v|
|Motherboard||Zee 490 Aorus Elite|
|Memory||16GB 4133 CL16-16-16-31 Viper Steel|
|Video Card(s)||RTX 2070 Super Gaming X Trio|
|Storage||SU900 128,8200Pro 1TB,850 Pro 512+256+256,860 Evo 500,XPG950 480, Skyhawk 2TB|
|Display(s)||Acer XB241YU+Dell S2716DG|
|Case||P600S Silent w. Alpenfohn wing boost 3 ARGBT+ fans|
|Audio Device(s)||K612 Pro w. FiiO E10k DAC,W830BT wireless|
|Power Supply||Superflower Leadex Gold 850W|
|Mouse||G903 lightspeed+powerplay,G403 wireless + Steelseries DeX + Roccat rest|
|Keyboard||HyperX Alloy SilverSpeed (w.HyperX wrist rest),Razer Deathstalker|
|Benchmark Scores||A LOT|
41%50%? I don't see that.
The GTX 980ti was approx: 34% faster over the GTX 780ti in 12 games on average.
75%The GTX 1080ti was approx: 23% faster over the GTX 980ti in 12 games on average.
first you claim rt cores do nothing for rt and nvidia just gimped 1080ti to make rtx line look better
then you lower performance numbers by over 50%
I know it takes a lot to believe amd is still competitive but what you are writing is quite a stretch even for those standards.