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So Kaapstad what's your personal opinion vs a 3090 non Ti then ?
Not Kaapstad, but I've been very impressed with the undervolting potential (currently have mine running faster than stock at 350w/74% TDP), and the improvements to VRAM temps - never seems to get hotter than 64 degrees whilst under gaming or benchmark loads even overclocked to a (ridiculous) 11700 MHz - and that's in a pretty thermally constrained case.
Pretty nice, I was soooooooooo tempted considering there are still FE's available on Nvidia's site right now but what with Lovelace only 5 months away for me personally it's not a wise investment coming from a 3080 Ti HoF.
with Lovelace only 5 months away for me personally it's not a wise investment coming from a 3080 Ti HoF.
I think the 4000 series will be delayed until 2023, considering the global supply chain issues caused by the war and covid lockdowns in China. Would like to be wrong on this though, as can't wait to get a 4080ti/4090 on release
I'm pretty sure the 40xx series will be a paper launch - Nvidia have already said they'll continue to sell the 30xx series alongside the 40xx's so I'm guessing they're expecting to have more of the current-gen cards than the next gen. Either way I'm sitting out the 40xx series - this new card's got more than enough grunt to last me through until the end of the current console generation.
Looking forward to the reviews and user's experiences though! I suspect AMD are going to be a lot more competitive with RT and FSR for RDNA3 - Intel looks dead in the water with Arc though - hopefully they'll stick with it and produce some competition further down the line.
Current gen 3000 cards, 3090 and 3090ti included, struggle with newest games in 4K with max settings. A 50% performance improvement is in great demand for 4K.
Hmm. I’m running a 3070 on a super ultra widescreen at the moment (ie close enough to 4K in terms of resolution) and I’m toying with the 3090ti in order to justify the screen resolution, especially as MSFS is the game I play the most. I know Lovelace is just around the corner but maybe for me it’s worth it? Opinions welcome.