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  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Linux Gaming Benchmarks

    Phoronix: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Linux Gaming Benchmarks

    While we have delivered many Linux benchmarks the past number of weeks from the GeForce RTX 2070 and GeForce RTX 2080 Ti, up until recently we didn't have access to the RTX 2080 that is the card positioned between those two current consumer Turing graphics cards. In kicking off our RTX 2080 Linux benchmarking, here is a look at the Linux gaming performance compared to an assortment of AMD Radeon and NVIDIA GeForce graphics cards tested on Ubuntu Linux while in the days ahead will be the OpenCL/CUDA tests and more.

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=27208

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    Originally posted by phoronix View Post
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    Originally posted by phoronix View Post
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    That Zotac Gaming logo suspiciously and ironically resembles the Vega logo...? AMD, you're being mocked!
    Last edited by tildearrow; 12-06-2018, 12:39 PM.

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    • #3
      Man, the 2080-Ti is something else, meanwhile the 2080 can barely keep up with the 1080-Ti.

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        Originally posted by rabcor View Post
        Man, the 2080-Ti is something else
        Trouble is so is the price!

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          I have no had a system hang when running the Deus-Ex benchmark, but i am not at 4k and am not running it through PTS. Ubuntu 18.10 with padoka ppa and the 3.20 RC5 kernel. I will do some extra testing later. This is on Ryzen 7 1700 with a Vega 64 (Saphhire Reference)

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          • #6
            Why are open source video drivers still a thing? In times of governments poking their nose into everything I would not trust this binary-only kernel root kits a bit. This is not what I install Linux for. Open source or bust. Thanks god the open source AMD code is performing better and better, ..! ;-)

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            • #7
              Originally posted by rene View Post
              Why are open source video drivers still a thing? In times of governments poking their nose into everything I would not trust this binary-only kernel root kits a bit. This is not what I install Linux for. Open source or bust. Thanks god the open source AMD code is performing better and better, ..! ;-)
              If you have government level people after you, Opensource software will not be sufficient to avoid them owning your binary ass. Unless, of course, you are a gifted security expert and you are not in a country with USA level of cyber espionage.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by rene View Post
                Why are open source video drivers still a thing? In times of governments poking their nose into everything I would not trust this binary-only kernel root kits a bit. This is not what I install Linux for. Open source or bust. Thanks god the open source AMD code is performing better and better, ..! ;-)
                I hate to tell you, state level actors can have hooks into the firmware and bios, the video driver is the least of your worries.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by vsteel View Post

                  I hate to tell you, state level actors can have hooks into the firmware and bios, the video driver is the least of your worries.
                  so because I'm not on the most wanted list I should give a shit about basic security guidelines and run untrusted, unverified kernel code in my ring 0? What is next, I don't need SSL nor a password, just because? PS: Also when you want to run any other OS you have a hard time getting Nvidia binary fluff to work then, DragonflyBSD or even Haiku everyone? What if next year comes an super secure and uber stable new (microkernel) OS and you can run it on everything but this nvidia junk? Or you do OS research and are even working on that yourself?
                  Last edited by rene; 12-07-2018, 06:33 AM.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by vsteel View Post

                    I hate to tell you, state level actors can have hooks into the firmware and bios, the video driver is the least of your worries.
                    the video driver is one of the most obvious, big and likely error prone / ridden code base to worry about. At least the few bytes of BIOS code remaining active are not running along my OS kernel all the time. And for the most part one wants to run a completely open source bios to start with anyways. Just because not everyone is not yet running core boot means, all of us should give 0 f*ck about security? Not recommending best practices? Also when you want to run an other OS you have a hard time getting this to work then, DragonflyBSD or even Haiku everyone?

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