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Nvidia 30 Series unveiled - RTX 3080 2x faster than 2080 for $699

7 minutes ago, AnonymousGuy said:

We have a problem boys...

 

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No DP 2.0 support means these cards still won't natively suppport 120/144Hz 4K gaming with 4:4:4 color.

They have a note on the advanced card comparison at https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/graphics-cards/30-series/ that says:

1 - Up to 4k 12-bit HDR at 240Hz with DP1.4a+DSC. Up to 8k 12-bit HDR at 60Hz with DP 1.4a+DSC or HDMI2.1+DSC. With dual DP1.4a+DSC, up to 8K HDR at 120Hz

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5 minutes ago, zOlid said:

How can the partner slides been off by 50% on cuda cores?
Are the nvidia product page wrong?

Over 10k cuda cores, and the partners are listing just over 5k on their 3090.

Some one have to be wrong here.

Which partner slides?

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2 minutes ago, Gimli said:

Looks like they abandoned the 12-pin connectors for these three models. The advanced card comaprison at https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/graphics-cards/30-series/ shows 2x 8-pin for the 3090 and 3080 and 1x 8-pin for the 3070.

 

Perhaps its thru adapter which i sure wanna see now if there is one unless 8 pin can connect to 12 pin directly i really doubt that

 

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3 minutes ago, Exty said:
NVIDIA NVLink (SLI-Ready) Yes thats for 3090

Yeah for the 3090, but the 3070 and 3080 don't. At least as of right now. It's something that would be pointless to get anyway if you're just gaming as most games no longer have Multi GPU support.

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looks like the 12 pin connector is going to be on the outside :(

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33 minutes ago, Techicolors said:

also RIP value for my 2070 super 

I sold mine earlier last month when I saw the performance rumors of the 3070 😅

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Just now, Escanor said:

 

Perhaps its thru adapter which i sure wanna see now if there is one unless 8 pin can connect to 12 pin directly

 

If that was the case I would expect them to state so. I'm thinking they're keeping the 12-pin connectors either for the next gen or the cards released in the second half of this gen lifecycle in order to give PSU suppliers time to adjust product lines.

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I'm still going to wait till AMD's offers before I make a decision, but dang

 

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2 minutes ago, Exty said:

looks like the 12 pin connector is going to be on the outside :(

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Pretty sure that was an 8pin, it showed it at a better angle on the stream.

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1 minute ago, SpookyCitrus said:

Pretty sure that was an 8pin, it showed it at a better angle on the stream.

you can clearly see that ts a 12 pin 

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49 minutes ago, TVwazhere said:

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I see what you did there Nvidia

In my head, BFGPU stands for "big fat GPU" LOL. Just makes sense to me

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1 minute ago, Exty said:

you can clearly see that ts a 12 pin 

That may be an old render. nVidia has a history of making these kind of last-minute changes before major announcement. Easier to change a comparison chart than renders.

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2 minutes ago, ONOTech said:

In my head, BFGPU stands for "big fat GPU" LOL. Just makes sense to me

I was thinking about a Boyfriend GPU - the GPU your boyfriend wants

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1 minute ago, Gimli said:

That may be an old render. nVidia has a history of making these kind of last-minute changes before major announcement. Easier to change a comparison chart than renders.

its going to be 12 pin on all off them probably going the same way as back in the day you used 2 4 pin molex to get 1 6pin

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4 minutes ago, ONOTech said:

In my head, BFGPU stands for "big fat GPU" LOL. Just makes sense to me

 

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So, if my 1080ti has 3584 CUDA cores at 1811mhz, does that mean that the 3080 with its over 8000 cores will be over 2x faster at normal games?

Does it mean finally 4k 60fps gaming?

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Just remember that the "raw performance" numbers assume full use of all the 3 units (shaders, RT, Tensor) so unless your application / game uses all of that then you're almost certainly not going to get "twice the performance".

 

Basically if you don't use DLSS and RT you'll be leaving a bunch of performance on the table, and be SOL with titles that don't support them. 

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2 minutes ago, Origami Cactus said:

So, if my 1080ti has 3584 CUDA cores at 1811mhz, does that mean that the 3080 with its over 8000 cores will be over 2x faster at normal games?

Does it mean finally 4k 60fps gaming?

my 1080ti suddenly feels like it's from 2006

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1 minute ago, Kilrah said:

Just remember that the "raw performance" numbers assume full use of all the 3 units (shaders, RT, Tensor) so unless your application / game uses all of that then you're almost certainly not going to get "twice the performance".

 

Basically if you don't use DLSS and RT you'll be leaving a bunch of performance on the table, and be SOL with titles that don't support them. 

still though, they bumped the shaders/cuda cores up a lot with this gen. Honestly a lot more than I expected...

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3 minutes ago, bcredeur97 said:

my 1080ti suddenly feels like it's from 2006

I have a 1070. I look forward to seeing the next-generation offerings NVDA and AMD may have in 2022 :).

 

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Are we all ignoring the fact that the 3080 has twice the cuda cores of the 2080ti and the RTX 8000?

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This is actually going to be huge in the commercial market.

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