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    Intel Teases New Graphics Card Entry

    By now everyone around here has heard that Intel wants to join the GPU marketplace with AMD and NVIDIA, but they've been rather coy about when we can expect some kind of product to hit the market. I guess we can put that to bed now because their new Twitter account @IntelGraphics has a teaser...
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    AMD Announces Real-Time Ray-Tracing

    The big topic at the Game Developers Conference this year is Ray-Tracing. Yesterday we covered how Microsoft is now introducing DirectX Raytracing, or GDC, and today, AMD along with GPUOpen are showing off what they have in store. AMD is announcing Radeon ProRender support for real-time...
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    Radeon Adrenalin 18.3.2 Drivers Released

    The Radeon Adrenalin 18.3.2 drivers are here, and are bringing with them increased performance in Final Fantasy XV for both Vega, and RX 580 GPUs. Unfortunately not much else in this release, but if you're playing FF15, you get a nice performance bump. Support For Final Fantasy® XV: Up to 4%...
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    Adding a 8 pin adapter for more GPUs?

    Currently, I have -TB 250 -Seasonic 1250W -3x 1080 ti -2x 1070 All undervolted so that it's drawing 820W from the wall. I'm wondering if it's better to add a second PSU or get buy a some 8 Pin to molex etc if I'm looking to add in 1 more GPU? I don't have enough cables that come with the PSU...
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    GeForce GTX 1080 Ti to be announced later today

    http://videocardz.com/65353/watch-nvidia-ceo-keynote-geforce-gtx-1080-ti-announcement-here Any last minute predictions? :nailbiting:
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    Quadro P6000 (1080 Ti?) benchmarked

    Here you go; here's what a full-fat GP102 can do: http://hothardware.com/reviews/nvidia-quadro-p6000-and-p5000-workstation-gpu-reviews?page=6 A 20% boost over the 1080 looks good.
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