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NVIDIA Huang Renxun ridicules the next generation host: the performance is not as good as the RTX 2080 graphics card

via:驱动之家     time:2019/12/25 7:00:38     readed:703

Since AMD unified the mainframe market on PS4,Xbox One, NVIDIA has stopped focusing on the mainframe market. Now only Nintendo's Switch uses NVIDIA's GPU.. Microsoft, Sony's next-generation PS5,Xbox Series X, will also use AMD's Zen2 Navi architecture processor, but NVIDIA Huang still scoff at the performance of the next-generation host.

DSOGaming reported that at the GTC China 2019 conference, Huang Renxun also talked about Microsoft, Sony's new generation of host performance, but did not explicitly mention it, but vaguely compared the performance of the next generation of hosts on a PPT, as follows:

NVIDIA黄仁勋嘲讽下代主机:性能都没RTX

According to this table, NVIDIA said that the performance of the next generation host still does not exceed that of the RTX 2080 graphics card.

However, the comparison is lack of details. NVIDIA didn't mention the specific model of the next generation of hosts. I don't know whether it's the ps5 or the Xbox series X. maybe Lao Huang is confident that this video card is enough to kill both hosts.

There's a reason for Lao Huang's comparison,Because earlier this month, sources talked about the GPU capabilities of the ps5 and the normal version of the Scarlett host (code name Anaconda)The GPU capacity of the two is stronger than that of the current market graphics card, such as RTX 2080.

Although the RTX 2080 video card has been released for more than a year, it is still the current high-end video card, which sells for more than 4000. The floating-point performance of the FP32 is 10TFLOPS. according to Lao Huang's comparison, the performance of the PS5 or Xbox Series X series host will not exceed that of the 10TFLOPS.

NVIDIA黄仁勋嘲讽下代主机:性能都没RTX

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