Simon Says wrote on Sep 16, 2020, 11:52:El Pit wrote on Sep 16, 2020, 11:33:Tipsy McStagger wrote on Sep 16, 2020, 11:24:
I think i speak for everyone here...
Impressive... Most impressive.
No, really, this IS a big leap forward (at the price of lots and lots of power consumption/heat). I will be waiting for either the 3070 Ti with 16 GB or the 3080 Ti with 20 GB, though. The RAM is the tender spot of the RTX 3000s - this is where Nvidia's greed got the better of them. But the RTX gpus are nothing but monsters, that's for sure.
Very far from Nvidia's outlandish claims... Who would've thought?
Perf 2x? ( Hardware Unboxed data )
~30% avg on 2080ti @ 4k
~70% avg on 2080 @ 4k
Power efficiency 2x? ( Techpowerup data )
Yeah... As usual marketing = propaganda.
Nope, probably gonna wait for Hopper.
El Pit wrote on Sep 9, 2020, 16:31:
Aaaaaaaand... Official news on Ryzen 4000 on October, 8, and official news on Big Navi on October, 28.
By then a lot of people will have already preordered the new Nvidia products and some of them will already be playing games on them for a month or so. AMD should have hurried up in my opinion. They will have lost quite a bit of potential customers by coming 6 weeks (release date of the 3080/90: September, 17) late to the party.
But maybe they got something interesting to offer. I am waiting for 3070 Ti with 16 GB or 3080 Ti with 20 GB but would definitely buy a Big Navi that is on par with the 3070/80 and offering an acceptable amount of video RAM.
There was none of this namby-pamby political garbage polluting sports in those days--games were fun! Ball players were intelligent enough to know where their bread was buttered even if today they seem rather dull comparatively.
My co-op game of choice lately has been Deep Rock Galactic
jdreyer wrote on Jul 14, 2020, 15:23:
Naya Rivera: 'Glee' actress died after saving her 4-year-old son, authorities say.
So odd. There must be more to this story.
jdreyer wrote on Jul 6, 2020, 21:50:The Flying Penguin wrote on Jul 6, 2020, 16:52:My thought isn't that they're videos, but a recording of all the actions in the game and the millisecond they occur. That way someone can replay the match in the game engine to see what happened, and switch views in order to get the best view of the action.jdreyer wrote on Jul 6, 2020, 16:08:The Flying Penguin wrote on Jul 6, 2020, 13:07:So the replays that get posted to his Google Drive, those track all the in-game movement and shots, that way he can set up all those cinematic viewpoints that he uses in the video? I'm not familiar with how replays work for CS:GO or PUBG.jdreyer wrote on Jul 6, 2020, 03:30:RedEye9 wrote on Jul 5, 2020, 18:30:I admit it's funny as hell, but has anyone confirmed it's real?eRe4s3r wrote on Jul 5, 2020, 15:53:double dittoThe Flying Penguin wrote on Jul 5, 2020, 14:35:
THIS GUY IS MY HERO!
Best idea in a long long while And funny as hell
He's posted this video showing the code running in debug mode, and posted a lot of links on the original youtube page to prove it's real.
Been a while since I played CS:GO but if I remember, there's a way to watch a replay of the entire match. This is for the benefit of esports competition, and you can use it to file a complaint against cheaters. I think the match video is actually stored on Steam's cloud servers so (and I'm guessing here) he probably has the cheat script just send him the ID of the video so he can pull it from the servers, otherwise that would be a heck of a lot of videos uploaded.
EDIT: looks like I'm right? Hard to fine the technical specifics of a CS:GO .dem file.A CS:GO demo is a file with an extension ‘.dem’ which contains all the replay information for a respective match that you have already played. You can watch the match again by playing back this demo file.
EDIT EDIT: Looks like PUBG is similar. This from the forums:
"Replays aren't videos. They are a copy of the servers simulation in data format. When you watch a replay the client runs the simulation based on the data entries in the file."