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    Right now I'm running a EVGA GTX 1080Ti and later today I'll be getting installed a EVGA RTX 1080. According to NVidia the Turing chip is supposed to yield a 25% smaller file size with HVEC H265 10 bit. We shall see because I have several videos ripped using hardware acceleration with the GTX 1080Ti and will compare them to the same ripped videos using the RTX 2080. I'll report back here when I have some real world results.

  • #2
    Your results will be interesting, please share when they are available.
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    • #3
      Major setback, when I installed the RTX 2080 it killed my motherboard, so I had to RMA my motherboard. Thankfully it was still under warranty. My findings won't be until I get it back and everything setup again. Bummer.


      • #4
        RMA'd my motherboard and there was nothing wrong with it, got it back and connected everything and it all worked normal...so idk what was the issue.

        Anyhow, I've run some tests, 4 to be exact but I'm omitting Captain Marvel because I kept getting read errors until it finally worked so I'm not including it even though the video is perfectly normal.

        The first two were reduced in size quite a bit while the third was just a tad larger (strange). Here's a capture of all my settings.

        AMD Ryzen 7 1800X 8-Core Processor 3.60Ghz
        32Gb Ram
        Windows 10 Pro Retail
        EVGA RTX 2080


        • #5
          EDIT: Correction: The Atomic Blonde was 15.5Gb using the GTX 1080 Ti, so by using the RTX 2080 the file size was significantly smaller.