Metal Messiah from DSOGaming writes: "It appears that the Chinese Bilibili channel @TecLab has just leaked some alleged benchmark results of the GeForce RTX 3080 GPU."
Great results that will get better with updates and drivers.
AIB 3090 done deal for me.
You better have a good cooling solution for that 3090 and the entire motherboard. I'm going with the 3080. All I need is native 4K 60fps
I thought I had read that the 30x would actually be cooler than the 20x because of the new cooling system. Figment of my imagination?
Rog Strix 3090 most likely...not sure where the overclock will be for that, probably in the 2-2.1 ghz range. Cooling should be fine, asus does a good job on their cards. x570 aorus xtreme motherboard with aio cooler for cpu. All good. Are you getting the founders edition 3080 or aib card? I like the value of the 3080, but I'm trying to push 4k 120, whether dlss or no, game dependent, on an oled.
I'm going with either Evga, MSI, or Asus. I never get the founders edition because most of the time they only have one fan built in it. https://www.google.com/amp/...
35 TFLOPS FTW :D That's on another level of next gen ^_^
Shit is next next gen
no doubt these new cards have plenty of power. now we just have to see new games designed for the new architecture.
Different architectures and NVIDIA trickery. 35TFLOP number is useless.
It's a bit misleading. That number comes from some very specific stuff (FP32 performance or something). TFLOP comparisons just became very pointless when comparing across generations like this. it's not 3 times more powerful than X Series X (12 TFLOPS) at game performance. The 3070 has 20 TFLOPs, but is still about as powerful as 2080ti (14.5 TFLOPs) The Ampere TFLOP is something like 33% less powerful than a turing TFLOP in terms of performance if we actually compare.
I was mixing up between a 3080 and 3090 AIB. Wish we had something inbetween. 3090 is beast but unless going gaming 8k or rendering it will most likely go largely underutilized.
I'll be sticking to my Nitro+ 5700xt and using Trixx boost @ 80% + RIS to hit upscaled 4K60, OC at 2070mhz core 1820mhz vram. Ryzen 3100 is enough to run all games. I'm using a 65" Sony HDR10 4K60 panel, so no need to get an RTX3080 after all. I was thinking of upgrading, but aside from Control, Cyberpunk and RDR2, everything runs 60fps high/ultra, undistinguishable from native 4K unless you do 200% zooming. If you have 4K120hz panel, RTX3080 OC makes sense with a Zen 3 10core/20 CPU.
The real benchmarks showing up next week will be awesome to see. This is clearly a winner. The 2080 series wasn't, especially if you own a 1080Ti like I do. This IS worth upgrading my 1080Ti for, however I will probably wait a bit as the 1080Ti still runs everything awesome for me.
I have a 1080 regular and i was getting 90 to 120 fps in games at 1440P thats why i didnt buy the 2000 series didnt need ray tracing yet now is the time to upgrade. I hope i get me a 3080 i have the money in the bank waiting.
ya, RTX is JUST becoming useful IMO. I still think it will be 2022 before it takes off.
I went with an RTX 2080 Super, but upgraded from a GTX 780.
That was a huge upgrade.
True next gen there, but wait for Gamers Nexus, Hardware Unboxed, and JayZTwoCents benchmarks and review. Those are the usual 3 I go to before making a purchase :D I usualy lean more on Steve from Gamers Nexus though. But TBH I rather have games all settings maxed all the time be at 1440p or 1080p with FPS in the 200s all the time. Games feel and play so much better with FPS that high, that anything lower feels meh. Even in the 100s is fine. Also theres a rumor that a RTX 3070 Super with 16GB of VRAM is coming, hmmm. I'm going with a 3080 or 3070 but at 1080p only, cause I like triple digit FPS in games :D
There is no waiting they will sell out in 5min the miners already said they are going to try and buy them up i hope they put up a one per person cap this time.
They put a cap on the 2000 series cards, I think 2 was the most you could purchase, they were still sold out more often than not though. I eventually got my 2070 Super from Overclockers because I got fed up with waiting.
can we get cyberpunk free with purchase? or heck, the other way around.
I wouldn't be surprised if that would be something they'd consider. The 3x series is already getting a lot of hype. Tie a release that big in and that could definitely push those still on the fence. I haven't been excited like this since the 60p series.
Nvidia are currently partnered with Ubisoft for Watchdogs Legion, so I would expect that to be bundled on release. https://www.nvidia.com/en-a...
Doesn't look that good compared to what they said on their presentation. The 3070Ti got leaked so they're not dropping the Ti or Super from their line up. So Jensen... take your "it's safe to upgrade now" back to your mountains of cash labs, and i'll wait for either a 3080Ti or Big navi from amd.
Big navi is not big enough
Wasn't he speaking specifically to users that are still on Pascal when saying that? That's what I'm on currently (1080 ti) and yea, I'd say it's safe to upgrade, honestly... 700.00 and I'm going to be getting something that's around 50-60% faster? Not to mention, I sold my 1080 ti for 400.00 just days ago so... It's pretty damn cheap if you put your old purchase towards it. Seems like a great card / price to me.
I'm shopping around my two 1660ti Still on the fence of the 70 or 80.
3070 for me. So if I am reading right. The 3070 is a tiny bit faster than a 2080ti?
It's more or less equal. These leaked benchmarks show It's a few % faster in some games, and a few % slower in others.
Yeah. It comfortably outperforms it. There's s lot of pissed of 2x series purchasers right now lol. Especially if they just bought in, but that's why you always wait when the new cards are close. -edit- FPS I guess comfortably was the wrong wording. Essentially, I was just saying that, yes, if you were looking at either whether for cost, or performance, you get a 3070 either way. Then after driver support.
No no, he's asking about the 70. it doesn't comfortably outperform a 2080ti.
People are certainly debating if the vram is enough, a thread I started on OCUK is still very active on the subject https://www.overclockers.co...
I suppose for those that are planing to pair this with a 4k monitor, that could possibly be an issue later down the line. I'm personally sticking with ultra-wides 3440x1440 so I think this may be the perfect card for me.
Its enough for 1440P 4k is overrated if you play multiplayer at all 4k isnt worth it.
You can best these get snapped up by the scalpers. Fourth cousins brother in law needs the 26th card that requires the purchase....
My body is ready!
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