Nvidia RTX 3090 Ti: Alleged price list and 3DMark scores on the street

Nvidia RTX 3090 Ti: Alleged price list and 3DMark scores on the street

Nvidia is expected to reveal the highly anticipated RTX 3090 Ti today. According to both Moore’s Law Is Dead and Videocardz, the new flagship Ampere will have a suggested retail price of $2,000, which is $500 more than the RTX 3090. Pending reviews from third-party outlets, Videocardz has already released dozens of 3DMark benchmarks. I got suits.

For example, the RTX 3090 Ti will be 5 to 9 percent faster than its smaller brother on 3DMark DirectX Raytracing and various Time Spy and Fire Strike benchmarks. On average, this is a rise of 6.8%, which is consistent with claims from the past few days. This comparison will be based on custom models (for both GPUs), as Nvidia hasn’t sampled Founders Editions of the reviewers Videocardz was able to talk to.

3DMark RTX 3090 (Ti) scores
video card RTX 3090 Ti RTX 3090 3090Ti / 3090
3D Mark Time Spy (GPU) 21,870 20.360 107%
3DMark Time Spy Extreme (GPU) 11400 10.440 109%
3D Mark Fire Strike (GPU) 53.150 50.120 106%
3DMark Fire Strike Extreme (GPU) 26900 25400 106%
3DMark Fire Strike Ultra (GPU) 14000 13000 108%
3DMark DirectX ray tracing (fps) 60.5 57.4 105%
Average 106.83%

In addition to the large custom models from MSI, EVGA, and Colorful, Videocardz has also discovered a few new ones. Gigabyte’s Aorus Xtreme WaterForce is said to use a V-shaped PCB similar to Nvidia’s reference design, while keeping its thickness limited to two expansion slots thanks to its pre-installed, 360mm water cooler. The Gigabyte Gaming and Zotac AMP Extreme Holo variants are equipped with a powerful coolant.

Gigabyte Xtreme WaterForce card (above), followed by the gaming version.

video cardMoore’s Law (Youtube)

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