GPU NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti review, SFF style.


Shrink Ray Wielder
Aug 18, 2016
I see no reason why it couldn't, but it'd kinda-defeat the point of having ray tracing.

The only thing I could see being a 'reasonable' solution is just bringing the black level up to a point where it's more of a dark grey
it wouldn't defeat raytracing o_o raytracing's about accurate light pathing and reflections. adding a filter to the result doesn't change anything about it
most toon-shaded media are actively shaded and not simple texture maps

bringing up the black point is also valid too


Cable-Tie Ninja
Aug 9, 2018
No, no worries. FE is 75c and 43dB while gaming inside a Louqe Ghost S1.

Thanks? Would it be an idea to put duct tape under the card in order to force the hot air upwards? Planning on putting an AIO in an 'asshat' (bottom) With the fans at bottom pulling air from inside the case. :)