Several reports of NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 3080 graphcis card crashing and resulting in black screens are being reported by gamers.
Early buyer woes.
Not even the performance they touted prior to launch either. AMD could sneak in this time...hopefully
I hope big navi gives Turing a good kicking tbh
You do know Turing is the previous nvidia architecture right, I hope it competes with Ampere.
@Blade Lol that's what I meant
So you are telling me a new technology that just came out to the masses is having issues in some cases? never would have guessed
I mean 7 cases ain’t so bad for a new technology
Bizarre....no reviewer ever seem to face the issue...
Typically because it only affects a minority of those who bought it. But that minority are understandably vocal about it.
It's not worth the money over the 2080ti imo. Increase in fps isn't enough. In raytraced games which will become standard, the difference between 2080ti and 3080 is 20-25fps. It's a decent increase in games that perform badly with such features on, but it all depends on what AMD can deliver with it's new cards.
Well it's a lot cheaper than the 2080Ti, I'm not going to be upgrading to one but I think this is a much better price for the amount of performance you get so new buyers or people with old graphics cards should be happy.
I meant if people already owned a 2080ti etc. Still People should wait until AMD shows it's hand. The 2080ti will have to drop down in price to £550.
How is it not worth the money over a 2080ti? Here in Australia the launch of the 3080 forced the 2080ti to go on sale for hundreds of dollars off and the cheapest new 2080ti is STILL a few hundred dollars more expensive than a 3080.
the 2080ti was a ripoff. It's certainly much better value than the 2080ti considering how much cheaper it is retailing brand new.
Not many own the 2080ti. This is great for new buyers or even the 2080 people. And for all future games and rtx games, 3080 will easily surpass the 20080ti even more. And at 4k its an even bigger gap.
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