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Old 04-09-20, 02:52 PM
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Is this Nvidia's plan for their RTX 3090 Ti/Super? Thoughts on GDDR6X

Could Nvidia have a faster/cheaper RTX 3090-like product in the works?



Read more about Nvidia's potential RTX 3090 Ti/Super GPU plans.

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Old 04-09-20, 03:11 PM
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I shudder to think what the cost would be...
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Old 04-09-20, 03:32 PM
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I shudder to think what the cost would be...
I'm guessing the same at the current one but released next summer or September. Depends on if they need to or not. Basically, if AMD is competitive on the high-end.
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I'm guessing the same at the current one but released next summer or September. Depends on if they need to or not. Basically, if AMD is competitive on the high-end.
It has to be all down to RAM pricing
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I can't see AMD competing on the 3090 end, I'd go with there being a 3060 and a 3070 super, and maybe Nvidia keeping the big upgrades for 3090 for the 4090 instalment
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I can't see AMD competing on the 3090 end, I'd go with there being a 3060 and a 3070 super, and maybe Nvidia keeping the big upgrades for 3090 for the 4090 instalment
I wouldn't count AMD as being out of the race yet. They RDNA 2 promises big gains, and 5000 series Navi was intentionally made to be small.

With the Xbox Series X seemingly delivering RTX 2080 Super performance (given already known Gears 5 settings/performance estimations from developers), I can see AMD definitely making something that can at least trade blows with the 3080. AMD can definitely do better than an Xbox Series X.

The question, in my mind, is if AMD can do better than that. Beyond that, they need an answer to DLSS. Without a competitor to DLSS, Nvidia has a key software win.
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I wouldn't count AMD as being out of the race yet. They RDNA 2 promises big gains, and 5000 series Navi was intentionally made to be small.

With the Xbox Series X seemingly delivering RTX 2080 Super performance (given already known Gears 5 settings/performance estimations from developers), I can see AMD definitely making something that can at least trade blows with the 3080. AMD can definitely do better than an Xbox Series X.

The question, in my mind, is if AMD can do better than that. Beyond that, they need an answer to DLSS. Without a competitor to DLSS, Nvidia has a key software win.
They might be able to match performance but I don't think price unfortunately. Nvidia were extremely aggressive for a reason
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Old 04-09-20, 04:12 PM
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I wouldn't count AMD as being out of the race yet. They RDNA 2 promises big gains, and 5000 series Navi was intentionally made to be small.

With the Xbox Series X seemingly delivering RTX 2080 Super performance (given already known Gears 5 settings/performance estimations from developers), I can see AMD definitely making something that can at least trade blows with the 3080. AMD can definitely do better than an Xbox Series X.

The question, in my mind, is if AMD can do better than that. Beyond that, they need an answer to DLSS. Without a competitor to DLSS, Nvidia has a key software win.
If they had a competitor to DLSS, to get it put in games as a norm there would have to be a swing to people owning AMD GPUs, but giving the uptake of Ryzen I'd not put it past AMD, and I'd love to see them bring out a 3090 TI/super beater
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They might be able to match performance but I don't think price unfortunately. Nvidia were extremely aggressive for a reason
To be fair, TSMC's 7nm+ is a fair chunk denser than Samsungs "8nm"(modified 10nm), there's a chance AMD could still compete reasonably upto the 3080 given their node advantage.
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I can't see AMD competing on the 3090 end, I'd go with there being a 3060 and a 3070 super, and maybe Nvidia keeping the big upgrades for 3090 for the 4090 instalment

I am not expecting much from big Navi, If they can come in at 3070 performance and slightly lower priced then they'll be ok, It'll have to be priced slightly lower to offset the huge lack of software integration and features that Nvidia have with not just the new cards but going all the way back to the 1000 series, But if it's 3070 performance with 3080 pricing I can't see Radeon Technologies Group existing for much longer.
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