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RTX 3070 Reviews Are Here - 2080 Ti Performance for $499 (3060 Ti Confirmed?)

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NVIDIA dropped the RTX 3070 embargo and reviews have flooded my poor sub box. Specifications are below. It will be available October 29th, 2020.

 

Specs taken from igor's Lab.

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No matter how you feel about the current situation regarding stock availability, at 499 EUR/USD, the GeForce RTX 3070 is simply put mightily majestic in performance. At that price, it cannibalizes the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti domain and territory.

 

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Looks great! I'm glad the GPU space is getting exciting again. I just wish you could buy it, but a 2 day wait isn't bad. I'd argue it's better this way so you know exactly what you're getting. It also seems like they're trying to get ahead of the RX 6000 announcement. Also - 3060 Ti specs on igor's Lab? Is that internally confirmed?

 

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9 minutes ago, ONOTech said:

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It will be available October 29th, 2020.

 

 

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You should change that 2 days wait to at least 2 months :p. They'll be sold out on day one and then will not be purchasable for months.

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I think these carts are the most important and shows a very minimal improvement what really matters.
 

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Looks like the RTX 3070 is a pretty good buy; it falls behind in a very few amount of games but so far it looks to be literally a 2080ti for just $500

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7 minutes ago, The Benjamins said:

I think these carts are the most important and shows a very minimal improvement what really matters.
 

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Definitely, plan to get a 3080 when possible to throw into my new upcoming build.

Honestly, strongly considering the Ryzen 5900X as well since for only $100 more than the 5800X i can get 12 cores/24 threads

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4 minutes ago, The Benjamins said:

I think these carts are the most important and shows a very minimal improvement what really matters.

"Very minimal"?
Compared to the previous gen the 3070 has ~60% higher performance per dollar (33% compared to the 2070 Super). A 33-60% generational improvement is not exactly "minimal".

Sure the 5700X had similar price to performance ratio, but that was in a completely different tier when it comes to performance and price.

 

110 dollars for 20 FPS has a similar price to performance ratio as 300 dollars for 60 FPS, but one will provide a far better experience. This card is a massive improvement in performance if you got 500 dollars to spend. 

 

 

9 minutes ago, Poison4K said:

Looks like the RTX 3070 is a pretty good buy; it falls behind in a very few amount of games but so far it looks to be literally a 2080ti for just $500

It's a 2080 Ti for 500 dollars that uses quite a bit less power and has some extra features like AV1 decoding and HDMI 2.1.

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6 minutes ago, Poison4K said:

Definitely, plan to get a 3080 when possible to throw into my new upcoming build.

Honestly, strongly considering the Ryzen 5900X as well since for only $100 more than the 5800X i can get 12 cores/24 threads

the 5900x is a way beter buy than the 5800x. so do that.

450 for 8 cores is too much lol. i got my 3800xt for 340 which i was hoping the 5700x would be for but they didnt show that sooo :D i skipped. and got a 3000 model.

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3 minutes ago, Poison4K said:

Definitely, plan to get a 3080 when possible to throw into my new upcoming build.

Honestly, strongly considering the Ryzen 5900X as well since for only $100 more than the 5800X i can get 12 cores/24 threads

we should see cheaper versions of Zen 3 CPUs early next year.
I would wait for what AMD will have GPU wise before getting something because if they improve there performance and price/performance of what the RX 5700 they should be really good GPUs to get.

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16 minutes ago, LAwLz said:

"Very minimal"?
Compared to the previous gen the 3070 has ~60% higher performance per dollar (33% compared to the 2070 Super). A 33-60% generational improvement is not exactly "minimal".

Sure the 5700X had similar price to performance ratio, but that was in a completely different tier when it comes to performance and price.

 

110 dollars for 20 FPS has a similar price to performance ratio as 300 dollars for 60 FPS, but one will provide a far better experience. This card is a massive improvement in performance if you got 500 dollars to spend. 

 

 

It's a 2080 Ti for 500 dollars that uses quite a bit less power and has some extra features like AV1 decoding and HDMI 2.1.

When last gen (1000 to 2000) barely even improved in Price to Perf that kinda makes makes the comparing 3000 to 2000 seem very exaggerated.

IMO Nvidia should be able to easily beat AMDs last gen (almost, RX 5000) in Price/Perf then just being around it. I am looking at this from where most people buy GPUs under $500 and are looking for the best bang for there buck.

To me its disappointing.

GPUs above the price of $500 has gotten so out of control with Price/Perf over the last few years it seems to have gotten people to think thats ok. Just because Nvidia is where they should of been last year doesn't mean they are still not 1 year behind.

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cant wait to stay up all night on a work night just for it to sell out in one second

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Hahahaha, good luck actually buying one :D

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Will buy for 500

.. probably available with this price @2H 2021

... but I'm no expert.

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just saw hardware unboxed review. Zero RT improvement over the 2080ti.

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1 minute ago, RejZoR said:

Hahahaha, good luck actually buying one :D

Zotac Malaysia posted on FB that they have "good" amount of 3070 for launch day. 😆

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2 minutes ago, xAcid9 said:

Zotac Malaysia posted on FB that they have "good" amount of 3070 for launch day. 😆

Good amount. 500 cards for entire Malaysia. XD

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One thing that's bugging me a bit is when reviewers say that there is no RT core design performance increase. The 2080ti and 3070 get the same RT and DLSS numbers yes, But the 3070 achieves these numbers with way less RT cores and way way less Tesnor cores. So the individual core has to be faster to make up the lack of total cores, no? 

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I'm seriously hoping the plain 3060 has at least 8gb vram or else it would be stupid downgrading my 8gb from a 1070

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11 minutes ago, Jeppes said:

499$ is a good joke. 599€ here :D

The logo on the side doesn't light up either on the FE card. This is the first Founder's Edition card without Backlighting. That's some serious cost cutting lol.

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This performance looks good, I'm either getting this or whatever AMD has to offer. Hopefully the availability is better than 3080/3090.

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37 minutes ago, xAcid9 said:

Zotac Malaysia posted on FB that they have "good" amount of 3070 for launch day. 😆

Doesn't matter. That "good" amount still no match for bots.

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From the looks of it I'm gonna be upgrading in spring next year. If things don't settle down till then, screw all this then.

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1 hour ago, Jeppes said:

499$ is a good joke. 599€ here :D

499€ in Germany.

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