ehabash1dude ppl were doing 2750 Mhz with the 2080ti. There is already a 3080 Ln2 overclock with 2.34GHz.2100 is hardly a big overclock at all. And it doesnt change the fact that 3090s are essentially better chips than 3080s. They WILL overclock better
DiaBlox666I don't know where you are getting these +20% figures from... 5-15% at best https://videocardz.com/ne...mance-review-leaks-out
ehabash1ahh you want MOAR https://www.tweaktown.com/news/75255/heres-some-more-leaked-benchmarks-on-the-nvidia-geforce-rtx-3090/index.html
ehabash1Early 3090 leaks showing ~20% more performance over a 3080 Now, here's where things get interesting. The cards both employ the GA102 silicon. The 3090 will necessitate using the higher binned GA102 chips in the first place since it has 82 SMs instead of only 68 SMs. This impacts the overall quality of RTX 3080 chips. Most of the Bin 2 chips end up going into RTX 3090. And by default, all the Bin 0 chips will end up in RTX 3080.There will be a huge difference in overclocking potential.In initial reviews of the 3080, a lot of the cards are barely getting 2000Mhz. Some of them arnt even getting that. Evga already teased 3090 overclocks over 2100Mhz.SO, lets say after overclocking the difference becomes 25%. Thats essentially an entire generation of upgrade. I mean the entire difference of 2080ti to 3080 @ 4k is 30%... If you think about it this way, the 3080 super with 20GB Vram if it ends up at $999, it will hardly outperform the standard 3080.But everyone will look at that card and say they want it. Well, if you look up at $500 more, you can get a true upgrade in performance.And yes i get it, $1500 for a gpu is insane. You can built a pretty sick computer from scratch for $1500.But, it's a lot of performance, almost a generations worth so i expect it to sell pretty well
ehabash1This is an OC'd 3090. Take a look at the new world record by a large margin (unrecognized) By the way that galax card i referred to that went under Ln2 treatment with 2.34Ghz?It only scored 10,075 and is the highest scoring 3080 by far
AirikayThat 2105 clock is simply the promotional video. It's not EVGA testing a 3090. A clock speed of 2105 isn't even possible on Ampere because of the 15 tick increases. Videocardz has been posting way too much clickbait lately and people have been taking it as actual news.
ehabash1yes but the difference is the 3080 and 3090 are the same board, the 3080 is basically a 3090 with certain things deactivated. This differentiates it from pervious generations when they were different.The key here is that the better boards need to be used for the 3090s so they should overclock better The titans always needed to be lower tdp for professional use and nvidia last gen didnt allow partners to make titans so there were limited options to circumvent this. hence terrible OC.This time around we will be have 400watt+ 3090s and much higher with the kingpin, lightning, ext..
DesaccordeScaling is never 1:1 in gaming. You can't just look at CUDA cores and expect 20% difference in different genre of games. So even if the benchmark is wrong like people claim, I expect 15% at most in average. We'll see in a couple of days but I think the scores will be more or less the same. PS: The one you see with 2100 MHz is a placeholder for Precision X1. You can see the same scores on 2080 Ti, the same picture exist. Don't expect 2.1K.
awes0mme3090 is 440W 3080 is 420w