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Old 2020-09-09, 09:27   #78
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3080 is REALY GOOD. For 699$ 4k 60fps with RTX and DLSS (2.1 if it real)
Thanks to GOD I`m still using 1060 and have not bought 2070 super
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Old 2020-09-16, 14:09   #79
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The review embargo lifted an hour ago for the 3080, mostly it's gaming but hopefully some decent compute tests pop up soon. tl;dr 1440P is improved but not massively, 4K is nicely improved. Power consumption stock is 320W as the TDP suggests, OC'd it's 375W which is what the cables are rated at so I don't know if it can be pushed further maybe with a third party card. The FE cooler is an improvement but an underwhelming one given how much extra heat it needs to extract.

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It does make me wonder if AMD does actually have something up their sleeve because it will be totally unreasonable for Nvidia to price the newer generation so low. I think they made the 3070 500$ either because the consoles are trying to hit the 500-800$ mark with 2070-2080 performances, or because AMD made a 2080ti-like performance card planned for a 400-500$ release price. The pricing also means that it is almost 100% certain that AMD won't have anything coming close to the 3090's performance.
Thinking about it another way, if the 2000 series was priced reasonably based on its performance it would have been a better bang-for-buck upgrade from the 1000 series than the 3000 series would have been from the 2000 series. Nvidia only look like the patron saint of graphics now because of the excessive shearing they did last gen, which is hopefully a result of there being some actual competition this time round.
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Tom's Hardware has the 3080 hitting 80MH/s running Dagger Hashimoto (ethash), which is little under the Radeon VII. There's talk that maybe it could do 120 MH/s once the miners are patched for support. I don't expect the Radeon VII currently being used for mining to flood the market. But the 3080 is about double the speed of the Radeon VII for gaming, so there's a good chance that market will upgrade.

It should be a monster at TF though, with basically double the FP32 throughput of the previous generation.
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Old 2020-09-16, 20:53   #81
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Whoever gets their hands on an RTX 3080 tomorrow, please send me benchmarks for mfkatc and cudalucas and gpuowl.
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Whoever gets their hands on an RTX 3080 tomorrow...
I can't wait to see the numbers out of these things!!!
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As expected, awesome at single precision, but about the same speed as a 2080 To for double.

https://babeltechreviews.com/rtx-308...benchmarked/4/
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Old 2020-09-17, 10:11   #84
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a 64:1 ratio, is that a first?
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a 64:1 ratio, is that a first?
I think so. Basically, in this new series, the formerly INT32 cores can also do FP32.
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Old 2020-09-17, 13:32   #86
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Whoever gets their hands on an RTX 3080 tomorrow, please send me benchmarks for mfkatc and cudalucas and gpuowl.
I just managed to get one ordered from a heavily loaded site, a factory-overclocked Gigabyte RTX 3080 Eagle. Results to be expected in 24 hours.
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Results to be expected in 24 hours.
Sweet!!!

Please be sure to feed James.H with his requested data as soon as you have the card spun-up.
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The first delivery of the RTX 3080 cards ran into a complete mess, at least in continental Europe. Apart from Amazon Holland and Germany, five trusted sites had some stock which could be ordered from 17 September at 3pm (GMT+1 time). There was already confusion about the time as for Nvidia itself it was 5 pm instead. I had logged in into several sites with a shopping basket ready to scan. A little before 3 pm Megekko.nl listed prices for 16 third party cards between 1500 and 2000 €. I wonder how many pushed the ‘buy’ button then. Prices came down every other minute and only 10 seconds after 3pm I could see a Gigabyte card at the announced price of 719 €. As no other cards were shown on the Amazon sites I clicked the order button while the site was being overloaded. Anyhow, after some minutes it appeared in my shopping basket and it took two more minutes to pay with my saved credit card number. At 3:10 pm I received a confirmation mail with expected delivery today. Two hours later I received another mail that no cards were available and waiting time could be weeks to months. By 3:30 pm the site could be reached again and all cards were gone and prices went up by 100 to 300 €. According to a press release 800 cards were ordered during the first 30 minutes but only a small part could be delivered. Even while I managed to buy one within the first 30 seconds,I was not one of them. The Nvidia site was open for orders at 5 pm but went down soon after. As far as I know no cards could be ordered since then. It is reported that several scalpers and bots were active on many sites and you can find their throphees on Ebay and other second hand sites for ridiculous prices.

So, the bad news is that I don’t have my card today. The good news though, is that my order of 719 € seems to be valid and that I got news that new deliveries from Gigabyte are expected on 21 and 22 September, probably just a handful. Megekko.nl is a reliable company and they announced that they will respect the order times on a waiting list which will be communicated. To be continued ...
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