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Bottleneck with a 3080?

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I currently have a ryzen 7 2700x and a RTX 2070 super was considering upgrading to a RTX 3080 when they come back in stock and was wondering if im going to have to worry about any bottlenecking?

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Depends entirely on the games and performance target


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Really depends on games. The Witcher 3? Probably not. CS:GO? Probably. Either way, if your FPS is exceeding the max of your display, there isn't much to worry about.


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There is less bottlenecking at 1440p since most games at that resolution are more GPU-bound. The 3080 will also offer you an improvement in many upcoming AAA games over the 2070 super. I have a 2070 super as well and, at 1080p, I don't think the 3080 will change my experience by much since I am CPU bound. That said, I know that future games, especially those with ray tracing, will benefit from a 3080 even at 1080p. Flight Sim 2020, for example, is very GPU bound.


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