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The Collective (Part 72) - Titan
Sol - Jupiter- Titan Counterweight Station
“Welcome back, boss,” Hiram said, as Mac and Oorak strolled off their transport vessel.
“Thanks, Hiram. How’s preparations going?” Mac said, smoothly, much smoother than he had when the pair had left for their tour of the solar system.
“The Lion, Witcher, and the Wardrobe or, as her crew is calling her, Narnia is undergoing her last round of shakedown and stocks preparation before we depart,” Hiram said, clearly appreciating Mac's focus on the journey ahead.
“Who’s our captain?” Mac asked.
“Dremora Whidbey. She mentioned it being interesting your and her paths crossing again,” Hiram said, noting Mac’s almost instant frown at the name.
“Who is that?” Oorak piped up.
“Do you want to tell her now or later, Mac? It’s your business,” Hiram said, clearly having opened a can of worms unintentionally.
“May as well get it over with,” Mac mumbled. “Captain Whidbey and I were married back when I was in the military. It ended up not working out, so we divorced.”
Oorak and Hiram glanced at each other and clearly decided not to press the issue.
“How was your trip?” Hiram asked Oorak, attempting to take Mac’s mind off of the apparent bad news.
“Breathtaking to say the least. I think you have done more in colonizing one star system than my people have done in twelve,” Oorak said, pulling out her tablet to show Hiram some of the pictures they had taken along the way.
The trio began walking down the corridor to their quarters, pausing in the large room that sat adjoining.
“So Tykan’s doing well?” Hiram asked.
“Better than well. He’s practically ‘never-need-work-again’ wealthy, by Collective standards,” Oorak said.
“Well, part of that does come a bit from how our economy is set up,” Hiram commented.
Oorak sighed a little.
“Honestly, it saddens me to know that the Collective could know this sort of wealth and for all the time we have put into the stars, we’re no closer to it. At least not like humans are,” Oorak said, a clear note of sadness in her voice.
“Have you been able to speak with the Blingoth in the Ross Cluster?” Hiram asked.
Oorak blinked a few times, clearly registering this.
“There’s… there’s Blingoth who got out? Willingly?” she asked, looking between Mac and Hiram.
“Not many, but enough that they were allocated their own dome on Ross V,” Hiram answered, glancing at Mac. He’d sent Mac the update, but Mac had clearly not shared it with Oorak for some reason. It wasn’t exactly a secret, but it was out of character for Mac.
The trio sat in silence for a few minutes, Mac and Hiram waiting as Oorak processed this.
Oorak, for her part, was a bit in shock. She had always been the rebel. It was almost unheard of in all the circles that she had been in for ‘good’ Blingoths to break with the community. And yet, here, there was an entirely new community of Blingoths who had left their homeworld rather than be subject to the Avorias, leaving behind their very communities to do so.
Mac was worrying. He hadn’t told her accidentally at first and now it seemed more like on purpose. And in a way, he could suppose it was both. The two of them had been on holiday throughout the solar system, largely ignoring the updates and changes of the universe around them. He’d seen the update from Hiram, but hadn’t known how to tell Oorak and his thoughts had gotten ahead of him and sort of buried the original news of it. And the news of his ex-wife being their ship’s captain was… less than exciting.
It was one of Mac’s biggest failures and he wasn’t exactly proud to admit it. The two of them had met in the relatively early days of their military careers and hit it off. Since the married quarters were slightly larger and joint duty assignments tended to be in a bit nicer locales (and the empire doing what it could to ensure joint assignments), it had been entirely reasonable for the two of them to get married. But then the Ross Campaign had happened. They’d been ordered as a pair to go, but she had refused as a sort of conscientious objector because she had bloodties (a strange concept to Mac) to several of the people who lived in the area the Ross Campaign had impacted. She had been bumped down a rank as a result and reassigned, but since Mac hadn’t objected, or even really said anything, the paperwork demanded that he still go. The divorce paperwork had reached him almost no sooner than his artillery piece had touched down on Ross III.
“How are they doing?” Oorak asked Hiram.
“According to the governor, they’re still getting their feet. One of his aides is helping as a cultural liaison until we can get someone from the Diplomatic Corps out to them formally. I don’t really know all that much other than they’re in Grade 3 quarters in the dome and have been assigned a security detail,” Hiram said.
“Why do they need a security detail?” Oorak pressed, bunching some of her scales.
“They’re for their protection. Like Tykan, but especially so, if they’re on one of the Ross Cluster worlds,” Mac said, his voice heavy.
Oorak kept her scales bunched, clearly waiting for an explanation.
“Remember what I said about xenophobes and xenophiles back on Luna? Well, some parts of the Ross Cluster have some pretty fanatical xenophobes, even against other humans, simply because they aren’t ‘from the Ross Cluster’,” Mac said, looking over at Oorak, who unbunched her scales a bit. “They’ll be safe and their security detail won’t be quite as obvious as with Tykan, but suffice it to say that they’ll be safest waiting a bit until the locals have had a chance to get used to them.”
At this point, Munin walked out and noticed the trio seated in the large room adjoining their room and came straight over.
“Oorak, Mac, you have returned,” Munin rumbled, their Terran Standard much better than it had been a month ago.
“Hey there, Munin,” Mac said, smiling.
“I expect there have been many fun adventures,” Munin rumbled at the pair, placing their hands on Hiram’s head and ruffling his hair. Oorak had to stifle a laugh. It was rather funny to see Hiram’s hair being played with as he was most frequently without a hair out of place, well groomed, and half-way to expressionless. ‘Like an old Terran butler’ Mac had said at one point, which had prompted a discussion on the lives of people on old Terra.
“Sit and have Oorak show you the pictures. Hiram and I will see about fabbing up some lunch. I got a few templates from Tykan we should see about sharing,” Mac said, gesturing to Hiram with a flick of his eyes that the two of them needed to discuss a few things privately while they completed said task.
Oorak wasn’t fooled, but still delighted in the opportunity to show Munin the extent of her travels through the solar system. Munin let Hiram up, dragging a finger across his chest before sitting down with Oorak and the two began to look through pictures. Mac and Hiram headed to Hiram’s quarters and quietly slipped into the room.
“I’m sorry, Mac. I wouldn’t have mentioned it if I’d known,” Hiram started. Mac stopped him with a held-up hand.
“Stop right there. We all have our pasts and this one was bound to come up at some point,” Mac said, turning to the fabricator and keying it with his biochip to bring up the new templates.
“And the Blingoths?” Hiram tried.
“Honestly, I forgot. I meant to say something, worried about what it would means, and then more of our trip happened and I guess I buried it in the back of my mind,” Mac said. “How much does Munin usually eat?”
“Not quite as much as I do. Do you want me to page Rory?” Hiram said, following the non sequitur.
“Only if they’re available,” Mac said, trying to remember how Tykan set up serving sizes for a group versus individuals.
“Then I suppose you wanted to talk about what her Majesty said?” Hiram probed.
“Nothing you don’t already know. Although the news from The Well was surprising. Do you know when they’ll arrive?” Mac asked, removing the first two containers of cold appetizers and setting them on the table next to the door.
“Before we depart for Borlian territories. I still can’t quite believe it. Hamstrung AIs with the intent to educate and bring up species technologically. It seems backwards. Any guesses why?” Hiram said, taking the next two containers of the first course to join the appetizers.
“None that would make any sense. And the Nomads or Travelers or creators, whoever they are, it sounds like they don’t bother with higher end FTL and most of the time, they don’t even bother with FTL. Just sublight speeds,” Mac said as he keyed the rest of the order into the fabricator.
Hiram grabbed his tablet and tapped it a few times to send Rory a message about the impending lunch.
“No, if there’s one thing that bothers me, it’s that the Dregwer and the Avorias and the Collective have been dead quiet for the last three weeks. Someone over there is up to something, I just know it and I don’t like it,” Mac said.
“Well, there’s nothing we can do until they do make a move. And you and I already have our mission,” Hiram said, setting the tablet back down. “Rory hasn’t responded, so I’ll assume that’s probably a no.”
“Fair enough,” Mac said, taking the next three containers out of the fabricator.
“So when are you going to propose?” Hiram asked, deciding to be rather direct. Mac almost tripped in how fast he stopped and spun to face Hiram.
“How..?” Mac managed.
“I know you well enough to know that you wouldn’t be this bothered by your ex if you weren’t considering marriage again, Mac. I’ve been your aide for long enough now,” Hiram said, his gaze steady on Mac.
Mac turned back and went to place the containers with the others.
“Oh, I suppose you’re right. I don’t know yet. Her Majesty seems to think she’ll accept,” Mac said, a strained note in his voice.
“Would you prefer to toss a caber to help you decide?” Hiram said as Mac came back over. To which Mac shot Hiram a sort of bemused look.
“Probably not, but that isn’t a half bad suggestion,” Mac said, a smile returning to his face.
“Look, Mac. If she wanted to go, she’d have said so immediately. I can get you some reservations for tomorrow night. That should give you enough time to figure out how to combine Blingoth and human proposal rituals,” Hiram said, swiftly taking the last two containers from the fabricator and tabbed for the beverages to begin processing.
Nothing could be heard except for the fabricator for a minute.
“What would I do without you?” Mac asked finally.
“I don’t know, but let’s hope you don’t have to find out. Now let’s see about some lunch because I’m hungry,” Hiram said.
“Munin wearing you out?” Mac stuck his tongue out at Hiram.
“More like the reverse, but I can’t complain,” Hiram said, rolling his eyes.
Grabbing a small tray and loading the assorted containers and beverages on it, Mac moved towards the door. Hiram thumbed it open.
From the doorway they heard Oorak telling a story.
“And then slime came from the ceiling and went everywhere!”
Hiram and Mac took a moment to think on this.
“Martian Tales?” Hiram guessed.
“No, that was from our tour at the Uranus palaces,” Mac said, grinning. It had been a good trip, but it was good to be back among his created family, and, perhaps, with Hiram’s help, it would continue to be that way.
GeForce RTX 30-Series Ampere Information Megathread
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Hey everyone - two updates for you today.
There is no Founders Edition Pre-Order
Image Link - GeForce RTX 3080 Founders Edition
Powered by the Ampere architecture, GeForce RTX 30-Series is finally upon us. The goal of this megathread is to provide everyone with the best information possible and consolidate any questions, feedback, and discussion to make it easier for NVIDIA’s community team to review them and bring them to appropriate people at NVIDIA.
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30-Series Community Q&A
Here's the link to all the answers from our Community Q&A!
GeForce RTX 30-Series GPU information:
Image Link - GeForce RTX 3090 and 3080 Founders Edition Power and Case Requiremen
Other Features and Technologies:
Links and References
Basic Community FAQWhen is Preorder
There is no preorder.
What are the power requirements for RTX 30 Series Cards?
RTX 3090 = 750W Required
RTX 3080 = 750W Required
RTX 3070 = 650W Required
Lower power rating might work depending on your system config. Please check with your PSU vendor.
Will we get the 12-pin adapter in the box?
Yes. Adapters will come with Founders Edition GPUs. Please consult the following chart for details.
Image Link - GeForce RTX 3090 and 3080 Founders Edition Power and Case Requiremen
Do the new RTX 30 Series require PCIE Gen 4? Do they support PCIE Gen 3? Will there be major performance impact for gaming?
RTX 30 Series support PCIE Gen 4 and backwards compatible with PCIE Gen 3. System performance is impacted by many factors and the impact varies between applications. The impact is typically less than a few percent going from a x16 PCIE 4.0 to x16 PCIE 3.0. CPU selection often has a larger impact on performance.
Does the RTX 30 Series support SLI?
Only RTX 3090 support SLI configuration
Will I need PCIE Gen 4 for RTX IO?
Per Tony Tamasi from NVIDIA:
There is no SSD speed requirement for RTX IO, but obviously, faster SSD’s such as the latest generation of Gen4 NVMe SSD’s will produce better results, meaning faster load times, and the ability for games to stream more data into the world dynamically. Some games may have minimum requirements for SSD performance in the future, but those would be determined by the game developers. RTX IO will accelerate SSD performance regardless of how fast it is, by reducing the CPU load required for I/O, and by enabling GPU-based decompression, allowing game assets to be stored in a compressed format and offloading potentially dozens of CPU cores from doing that work. Compression ratios are typically 2:1, so that would effectively amplify the read performance of any SSD by 2x.
Will I get a bottleneck from xxx CPU?
If you have any modern multi-core CPU from the last several years, chances are you won't be bottlenecked but it depends on the game and resolution. The higher resolution you play, the less bottleneck you'll experience.
Compatibility - NVIDIA Reflex, RTX IO, NVIDIA Broadcast
NVIDIA Reflex - GeForce GTX 900 Series and higher are supported
RTX IO - Turing and Ampere GPUs
NVIDIA Broadcast - Turing (20-Series) and Ampere GPUs
Will there be 3090 Ti/Super, 3080 Ti/Super, 3070 Ti/Super
Literally nobody knows.
Where will I be able to purchase the card on release date?
The same place where you usually buy your computer parts. Founders Edition will also be available at NVIDIA Online Store and Best Buy if you're in the US.
When can I purchase the card?
6am PST on release day per NV_Tim
How much are the cards?
3070 - $499 MSRP
3080 - $699 MSRP
3090 - $1499 MSRP
No Founders Edition Premium
When will the reviews come out?
September 14th per Hardware Canucks