GeForce RTX 3090 Benchmarks Surface Online

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Chinese based TecLab published a review on the GeForce RTX 3090the card outperforms the RTX 3080 on 4K on average by 9 percent in 16 tested games and benchmarks. ...

    GeForce RTX 3090 Benchmarks Surface Online
     
  2. AlexM

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    Well if these Benchmarks are true, then 3090 is not a good buy for gaming, only if you have that much cash to burn.
     
  3. Huggi

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    So I guess that means little chance of a 3080 Ti/Super variant since there's not enough performance difference to slot in another SKU between the two. My guess would be that the 20GB version of the 3080 is what will occupy the price gap between the standard 3080 and the 3090.
     
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  4. Darren Hodgson

    Darren Hodgson Ancient Guru

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    Wow, so if these benchmarks are true then that's a 10% improvement for the RTX 3090 over the RTX 3080 for almost double the cost? What a bargain!

    Seriously though, this is a card for creators not gamers due to the amount of VRAM but it does suggest that if there was a RTX 3080 Ti that its performance uplift over the RTX 3080 would be similarly disappointing? Paying, say, $300 more for a card (if the 3080 Ti was priced at $999) with just 10% more performance is not good value, although it would likely have more VRAM to offset the extra cost and support SLI for those that still care about it.
     

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    jbscotchman Ancient Guru

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    Color me unimpressed.
     
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  6. Loobyluggs

    Loobyluggs Ancient Guru

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    Hey everyone!

    Remember when nvidia decided to get rid of SLI ?

    this will not end well.
     
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    jbscotchman Ancient Guru

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    I don't think it was so much Nvidia, but developers.
     
  8. David3k

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    Actually, the 3090 IS the Ti card, not a Titan replacement as nvidia claims. Not sure if they're still planning on releasing a Titan card, but if they do I suspect that it would be based on GA 100, and that it would be priced at 2k USD.

    Just an educated guess.
     
  9. Kaarme

    Kaarme Ancient Guru

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    10% over 3080 would be ridiculous. It would be in the cherry-picked chip with overclocking territory. Not that it would be relevant for me personally, but in any case I'll wait for a Guru3D review before really believing it. If it's true, the GPU wasn't seriously meant for gamers, like AlexM said. It would basically be paying a huge amount of premium for the extra memory alone.
     
  10. ThermaL1102

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    in horizon zero dawn i do 60-75 fps with my 2080ti for 4k already , i'm not shelling out another 500-600 euro , and certainly 1500 euro for a 15-25 fps increase
    they can keep their ''new'' cards , i was expecting way more from the 3090
    i mostly play on 1440p anyway , and my game looks about the same while running at 95-120 fps , mostly around 100 fps
    just tested it out yesterday to compare numbers on 4K for the newer cards
    not worth the upgrade , it's the same ''upgrade'' as every other one again , 20-25 % like always , F that !
     
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    Man that extra 14GB of memory sure is helping a lot at 4K in demanding titles like everyone keeps insisting it would......3070's with 16GB and 3080s with 20GB is so totally needed and 10GB? Yeah....definitely not enough.....

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    So...you disbelieve what a company states, when it's said companies job to create and maintain their product stack, and call what they want, what they want?

    Let me guess, the next Samsung phone won't be a Samsung phone, it'll be whatever you want to call it, cause you're the consumer, you must be right, right?
     
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  12. lukas_1987_dion

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    More VRAM is not about having more performance, just less stutters, smoother gameplay as game can use much more VRAM for cache which is much faster than system RAM, but yeah 24GB is a overkill even for 2021 gaming I'm sure, 12 to 16GB VRAM is just right for 4K and mods for future games.

    Btw if 3090 is really just 9% faster than 3080... no words lol
     
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    Why the hostility? I'm just stating what is apparent.

    And besides, they've a history of making a GPU designed for a certain tier of performance within their own product stack and selling above that, as an x80 series part. Also lying to consumers isn't exactly new to nvidia, let's be honest, as it is with every other company. They're completely within their rights to market and sell whatever they have as whatever part they want to name it as.

    I don't begrudge or hold it against them, I mean nothing negative about my claims, just pointing out that there isn't going to be a later Titanium part for the 3080, because we already have it in the 3090. It's a good marketing move.

    We WILL see a Titan, though, and that will be a monster of a card.

    EDIT: I understand why you don't know who I am, I rarely actually post. : )
     
  14. angelgraves13

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    3090 is NOT an 8K card. It's barely a 4k/60 card still in most newer games. I'm hoping it's not just 10% faster, as that's really disappointing.

    We're still about 8 to 10 years away from 8K/60
     
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    Everyone is like: "Meh, too expensive for 10%".

    The price is on point guys, most of the extra you pay is for the 24GB of Ram.

    Don't you worry, those waiting for the RTX 3080 20GB, it will set you back 1100 - 1200 dollars.
     

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    Fair comment - but I mention it because; nvidia seem to not only want all of the money in our wallets for a 10% gain in perf...they also want to begin locking out the custom nature of owning a PC.

    You can use nvlink, but...of course...ONLY if you are using the 3090...a bitter pill to swallow this has been, just because someone has some kind of inferiority complex and needs to buy more leather jackets and try oh...so...hard, to be regarded as Steve Jobs was.

    Remember that speech LJJ gave where it was taken literally word-for-word from a speech Steve Jobs gave once?

    Fun times.
     
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    Nothing surprising really,
    3090 has 10496 shader units, 3080 has 8704: That is exactly 20% more.
    3090 has 112 ROPs, 3080 has 96: That is 16.6% more.
    The only meaningful difference, is the memory.
     
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    But it can use 9x upscaling DLSS. Which is 2560x1440 => 8K. Or you can just play at 4K.
     
  19. Ryu5uzaku

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    I was about to comment this. But I can imagine in certain loads the card will be that 20% faster. But most likely not games.

    This is the full chip so it's also the Titan.
     
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    Very few DLSS supported games thus far. We'll see what happens.
     

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