Nvidia geforce rtx 3090 3080 production starting august
We've experienced the anticipation and excitement of the RTX 3080 launch, and now it's time for the next card in the Nvidia lineup, the high-end card, the RTX 3090. This is modeled after Nvidia's new 30-series GPU from high-end. Compared to the previous card, it provides a generational leap and adds support for real-time ray tracing and DLSS updates.
Did they live up to expectations? This is the first time we have had the opportunity to understand how these cards work in real world conditions. This is our Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 review.
If you are interested in buying one of these powerful GPUs (we hope it will sell out soon), please check out our buying guide.
"The results here are fascinating. Although the TDP is higher, in the games we tested, 3090 actually consumes less power to generate a single frame than 3080-in Death Stranding, RTX 3080 Frames require 4% more power, and this drops to slightly less than 3%. An increase of 1 point on Gears 5. Considering the beast nature of the RTX 3090, this may sound unbelievable, but the overall graphics processing of the new card The overall capacity has increased by 12.5%, and the performance can be increased above this number. "There is an interesting comment from
Digital Foundry that focuses on power usage. The 3090 actually seems to be more efficient than the RTX 3080, despite the higher TDP. The
" game is a bit wasteful for the 3090, you just because you can do it. The same is true for productivity tasks. Unless you can use additional VRAM, the 3090 is really meaningless compared to the 3080, but as I’ve said many times now, if you need 20GB of VRAM, it’s definitely much more than 10GB. In terms of video memory, the RTX 3090 will be quite impressive. "The
hardware unboxing shows that for many users, unless you are looking for the absolute highest performance at any price, the RTX 3080 will be completely sufficient, especially for typical gaming purposes.
" This is an objective picture A high-performance card, but this does not mean that you have to pay more than 100% of the cost of marketing claims, which has nothing to do with the vast majority of people on the planet. So, unfortunately, Nvidia made a very powerful release, but it failed. Considering the current situation, this is somewhat forgivable because of the crazy demand. If you take the Google search trend as an example, the RTX 30 series is more popular than the 20 series.”
Gamers Nexus emphasized how Nvidia has dealt with the inventory level of the RTX 3080. It’s a shame to see that the RTX 3090 is not particularly feasible because it is an alternative. People who can't afford RTX 3080.
"When we first experienced the GeForce RTX 3080, we were impressed. Testing the GeForce RTX 3090 is another step. However, we are not sure if the 3090 is the best choice, because you need very strict requirements to see good Performance advantage. Of course, I have written many times in the past with things like Titans, and a graphics card like this will definitely encounter bottlenecks faster than ordinary graphics cards. Three factors play a role here, the CPU bottleneck, the low-resolution bottleneck, and the actual game (API). GeForce RTX 3090 is the type of product that needs to be immune to the three factors mentioned above. "
Guru3D feedback believes that the RTX 3090 is more suitable for users who pair it with a non-hampering system. In this case, other system bottlenecks will play a bigger role on GPUs like this one. Your feedback as well contain a number of in-depth benchmarks.
"No matter how crazy 8K games are, no matter how far away they are, how expensive they are, or only 50 people in the world will buy a huge TV 8K with $ 10,000 inside the GeForce RTX gaming PC 3090 graphics card.
These are not the focus of the GeForce RTX 3090.
NVIDIA has the final say. NVIDIA CEO and founder Jensen Huang said that GeForce RTX 3090 is BFGPU-Big Ferocious GPU. We all know that Jensen’s eyes (or maybe his leather jacket) were shining when he said this, because we all know he meant that the GeForce RTX 3090 is a great GPU, because it is just that. "
Tweaktown likes the uncompromising nature of the RTX 3090 and celebrates the uncompromising design chosen by Nvidia, no matter how impractical it is for many users.
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" Yes, we heard your voice: "But can you? Run Crysis?" There should be no problem with the original, but the Crysis remake is completely another beast. However, we tweeted a few days ago that in-game ray tracing looks ... well, it's hard to find many improvements. But the performance hit is still great. Using the maximum setting "Can Crysis run?" At 4K, the 3090 insert rate is just 41fps. This is still 20 times higher than the RTX 3080, our best overall result, but it's not a really smooth gaming experience. The DLSS patch, which may allow 4K playback on the 3090, is said to be released soon, but we must wait and see.
The question of how the newly remastered Crysis works on this new top card has always been an issue that we hope these reviews will solve. Its performance is better than
Really stop. In my opinion, one thing that is very clear to me is how many niche products there are. This is a GeForce GPU for 1% of users. They don't care how expensive it is. They only want the best. No matter how high the price is, they will pay what you know, and this is definitely the case with the 3090. "
KitGuru has made this a far cry from conventional cards, as it represents the kind of hardware that only the most demanding gamers should consider.
Overall, from this coverage standpoint, the RTX 3090 is not a card for the general public Compared to the RTX 3080, it provides a 10-15% increase in gaming performance, but the cost is roughly double the price. There are some other major benefits, such as higher energy efficiency. If you want the best GPU, no matter what the cost, it is an option, but if you just use it, it is not absolutely necessary. Used in games.
We look forward to testing the RTX 3090 after it gets started and providing in-depth benchmarking and other coverage. Check out WePC to learn more about all the latest PC hardware.