On the official blog of GeForce, NVIDIA listed the RTX 3090 as “BFGPU” as it is not a diagram showing such gambling, but by its position in the market we should consider it a Titan family. of product graphics, graphics designed to work with high-resolution and professional applications but that, apparently, also brings excellent gaming performance.
RTX 3090, 10-15% faster than RTX 3080 in 4K game
Based on NVIDIA specifications, the GeForce RTX 3090 will satisfy the needs of the most demanding users, not only gamers but also professionals and content creators who need a lot of GPU power to be able to do scientific research work, Intelligence Movies for artificial and next generation. In terms of gaming, NVIDIA
“In 4K resolution games, the GeForce RTX 3090 is about 10-15% faster on average than the GeForce RTX 3080, up to 50% faster than the Titan RTX.”
In terms of standard performance, the RTX 3090 will be 10-15% faster than the average RTX 3080, and 50% faster than the Titan RTX. NVIDIA has shared a graph showing how it works on apps like Luxmark, Blender, and Red Shift, but compared to Titan RTX only.
Let’s do some numbers using basic calculations, comparing the performance / price ratio of RTX 3080 with RTX 3090. The RTX 3080 will have an initial price of 719 dollars, while the RTX 3090
With these statistics you can draw your own conclusions about which graphics cards are most important for gaming, but you already see what NVIDIA has to say, hiding the fact that the RTX 3090 is not such gaming graphics, but more focused on professional applications than gaming.
There will be very limited availability
Finally, NVIDIA also advises that there will be a very limited amount of RTX 3090 Founders Edition available at launch, and that they are working with their partners and compilers to increase the number of graphics available in the coming weeks. Of course, there will be custom variations for this GPU, but the numbers will be very small and we can expect the same thing that happened when the RTX 3080s were released
“Since we created the RTX 3090 for a specific user group, as we did with the Titan RTX at the time, we would like to apologize for having too little availability of these drawings at launch. We know this is frustrating, so we’re already working with partners to increase stock in the coming weeks. “
In addition to these claims, NVIDIA had graphics to give Techtubers greater media power so they could preview the power of these graphics cards, however, they are openly sponsored by NVIDIA (so they talk about it as soon as they start the video) to show the power of this image in 8K resolution.