09-06-2018, 12:48 PM

Just less than two weeks before the first gaming benchmarks and Turing cards have been already reported all over the Web as probably the biggest failure of all time for nVidia.

RTX Turing cards are not only unable to compete previous generation Pascal cards, it seems that 2080 is slower than 1080 Ti and 2070 is slower than 1080, but also they are extremely overpriced and power hungry cards.

Hashcat can't use any of the fixed-function hardware like Tensor Cores and Ray Tracing cores, so for hashcat like games, the new architecture is going to be slower.

The 12nm architecture of Turing cards is incompetent in terms of GPU clock and power efficiency and not really denser than 16nm Pascal.

The Turing cards for nVidia is like 10nm for Intel.

Their biggest mistake.

Stay away from this generation of nVidia cards and probably wait for the 7nm Vega20 which is going to be a monster in terms of performance with low power consumption and better clocks.

RTX Turing cards are not only unable to compete previous generation Pascal cards, it seems that 2080 is slower than 1080 Ti and 2070 is slower than 1080, but also they are extremely overpriced and power hungry cards.

Hashcat can't use any of the fixed-function hardware like Tensor Cores and Ray Tracing cores, so for hashcat like games, the new architecture is going to be slower.

The 12nm architecture of Turing cards is incompetent in terms of GPU clock and power efficiency and not really denser than 16nm Pascal.

The Turing cards for nVidia is like 10nm for Intel.

Their biggest mistake.

Stay away from this generation of nVidia cards and probably wait for the 7nm Vega20 which is going to be a monster in terms of performance with low power consumption and better clocks.