News Nvidia Teasing 'Super' GeForce Announcement

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The obvious answer is some kind of supercomputer, but I don't know about that.

Another possibility could be some kind of hardware accelerated supersampling on turing/turing refresh.
 

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I would like to see a RTX 2080ti level card without the ray tracing hardware, but with or without the DLSS for a reasonable price. I think that would pair nicely with a Ryzen 5.0+ Ghz CPU for taking affordable PC 4K gaming to the next level.
 

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Dang, the sarcasm is strong in this thread...:kikou:

A 1680ti MIGHT get a gasp out of me, though.

The obvious answer is some kind of supercomputer, but I don't know about that.

Another possibility could be some kind of hardware accelerated supersampling on turing/turing refresh.
It's for geforce, that's their gaming market brand, so it won't be a supercomputer.
 

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A raytracing acelerator card to pair with your GPU? Kinda like the old physx cards but for raytracing.
That would actually be pretty cool. Something in lets say, like the $100 range that supported only PhysX/Ray Tracing and would have it's own set of drivers. Even better if it could be paired with both Nvidia & AMD GPU's. Definitely something I'd buy as I still play plenty of games that support PhysX.
 

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