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Thread: Nvidia GeForce RTX 3050 / Ti, 3060 / Ti, 3070 / Ti, 3080 / Ti, 3090 / Ti

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    Manager paul's Avatar
    3050 DF review:
    Quote Originally Posted by Eurogamer
    The RTX 3050 ultimately accomplishes what it set out to do - bring the cost of entry for DLSS and RTX down further than it's ever been before - but falls a bit short of being a great value card as the RTX 3060 Ti, 3070 and 3080 were on their launch.

    We teed up a comparison against the RTX 2060 earlier, but the 3050 doesn't quite deliver on that front. The older card remains the better performer overall, winning in every game we tested and only tying in Battlefield 5 RTX, and should probably be your first choice if you don't need HDMI 2.1 connectivity and both cards are available at a similar price.

    However, the RTX 3050 does represent a reasonable upgrade over the $229 GTX 1660 Super, offering around 10 percent better rasterised performance and RT/DLSS capabilities that the GTX card doesn't possess.

    Against Team Red, the $249 3050 is in an odd place. It comprehensively beats the $199 RX 6500 XT in most games, with only a few titles showing a value lead for the much-maligned AMD GPU, and performs significantly better at 1440p. In terms of RT performance, the 3050 is a god compared to the 6500 XT, often delivering 2.5 times the frame-rate at 1440p. It also possesses hardware encoding and decoding capabilities left out of the 6500 XT, and works well even on PCIe 3.0 systems - like our test rig.

    The 3050 is also much cheaper than the $329 RX 6600, but also performs well below it in rasterised games. It does draw level in RT titles even without DLSS, so depending on your purposes it might be the better value option there.

    So overall then - if you can get it at a reasonable price, the RTX 3050 gets a cautious nod from us. It delivers good-enough performance at 1080p and 1440p, has a complete feature set and avoids any major disaster - not bad.
    Full: Nvidia GeForce RTX 3050 review: the cheapest RTX card yet impresses

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    One Man Army Cristy's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by paul View Post
    Nvidia DLDSR - What Does AI Downsampling Actually Do?

    Am incercat DLDSR-ul in unele jocuri si pot sa zic ca m-a impresionat destul de placut. Jocuri pe care le jucam la 100fps in 1080p acum le pot juca cu downsample la 1440p sau 1620p fara sa pierd mai mult de 10-15% din fps. Thumbs up for me.

  3. #203 SP
    Manager paul's Avatar
    3090 Ti, $1.999, 480W:

    Quote Originally Posted by Nvidia
    Designed for the most demanding gamers, content creators and data scientists, the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti features a record-breaking 10,752 CUDA cores, and boasts 78 RT-TFLOPs, 40 Shader-TFLOPs and 320 Tensor-TFLOPs of power. And It's packed with 24GB of the fastest 21Gbps GDDR6X memory.

    These and other super speed specs make it the world’s fastest graphics card, gaming up to 60% faster than the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti and 55% faster than the TITAN RTX.
    GeForce RTX 3090 Ti Is Here: The Fastest GeForce GPU For The Most Demanding Creators & Gamers
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  4. #204 SP
    Mad Collector rodarkone's Avatar
    I am ready

  5. #205 SP
    Member cosmin1088's Avatar
    E disperata situatia in tabara Nvidia.

    YouTube channel, Moore's Law is Dead (opens in new tab), has cited sources at Nvidia's graphics card partners as being exasperated with the amount of stock still in the channel, suggesting that "Nvidia underestimated how desperate we were getting." They have reportedly refused to keep buying current-gen GeForce chips until they can sell their current inventories of graphics cards and are "willing to risk Lovelace [the next-gen Nvidia GPU codename] allocation if they threaten us."
    Din cauza prabusirii mining-ului si invazia de RTX-uri SH de la mineri, Nvidia are stocuri record din seria 3000.
    Deja au inceput sa ofere discount catre parteneri, si jocuri gratis, cel putin putin pt 3090 si 3090ti.
    Acum cateva luni ar fi parut incredibil, dar RTX 3090 a ajuns acum la noi sa coste de la 7000 LEI in sus, pret de magazin. Exemplu 1, Exemplu 2.

    Nvidia e intr-o pozitie delicata acum. Daca lanseaza 4070 si 4080, isi dau foc la tot stocul din seria 3000.
    Decizia de a lansa doar 4090 anul acesta, in mod sigur la un pret astronomic si in cantitati limitate, le permite sa-si goleasca in continuare seria 3000, cu o mica exceptie: Daca AMD lanseaza si ei noua serie in toamna, atunci Nvidia nu mai are incotro. Ori vine cu discount-uri si mai mari, pe toata seria (3060,3070,3080) ori lanseaza 4060,4070,4080 in aceeasi perioada.

    Sunt tare curios cum se va sfarsi tot circul asta. E evident cat de mult au manipulat piata in cei 2 ani, n-am avut stocuri si acum e suprastoc.
    Eu consider ca 3090 trebuie sa ajunga si mai jos, la ~5000 RON in retail ca sa merite atentie.
    Avand in vedere trecutul, un 4080 se va invarti pe la aceeasi suma, si va fi, zic eu, cu 25-30% mai rapid decat 3090.
    Asa ca, desi 7000 RON pt un 3090 poate parea putin, eu consider ca mai e loc destul sa coboare.

  6. #206 SP
    Manager paul's Avatar
    EVGA Terminates NVIDIA Partnership, Cites Disrespectful Treatment:
    EVGA has terminated its relationship with NVIDIA. EVGA will no longer be manufacturing video cards of any type, citing a souring relationship with NVIDIA as the cause (among other reasons that were minimized).

    EVGA will not be exploring relationships with AMD or Intel at this time, and the company will be downsizing imminently as it exits the video card market.

    Customers will still be covered by EVGA policies, but EVGA will no longer make RTX or other video cards.

    The company already made ~20 EVT samples of EVGA RTX 4090 FTW3 cards, but will not be moving to production and has killed all active projects pertaining to cards -- including KINGPIN cards.

    NOTE/small correction: EVGA notified NVIDIA in June, not April. They had misstated the original timeline.

  7. #207 SP
    Manager paul's Avatar
    4080 DF review:

    Quote Originally Posted by Eurogamer
    I have no hesitation in recommending the RTX 4080 as a product, as a great piece of technology, but the current pricing makes little sense with the Founders Edition reviewed here. Some of the third party cards advertised in the UK actually seem to have prices closer to the RTX 4090 Founders model, which is shocking.

    In terms of the RTX 4080 FE reviewed here, I love the form factor, I love the near-silent operation and the actual experience of playing games on a 4K 120Hz TV with G-Sync is excellent - it may not have quite the wow factor of the RTX 4090, but it's still highly impressive.

    However, the price premium is difficult to justify with pressure coming from so many different directions: from legacy GA102 Ampere cards, from the upcoming AMD RX 7900 products - and astonishingly, even from the RTX 4090.
    Nvidia GeForce RTX 4080 review: a powerful GPU with a big pricing problem

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