Discussion in 'Video Cards & Monitors' started by Sphinx2000, Sep 1, 2020.
nah 4599 is too cheap it needs to be at least 60k to keep the miners away
They're the ones with the money to buy them at that price, us poor gamers (some on the side miners) don't...
Ah the new Re-Bar bios woke up this 3090 XC3, so I'm ok with it, does out preform the 2080ti I had.
nah us gamers can buy it just sell your car and house lmao
Asus Prime Z370 boards now have REBAR bios support.
waterblock fitted to the 3070 now
Pretty good results without any manual OC yet
Superposition 4k optimised preset
Zotac 3070 Twin Edge OC
stock air cooler factory fan settings
110% power limit
110% power limit
Nobody will get one.
If they do it will be for the bargain price of $3000
The 1080Ti was 30% faster than the 1080.
The 2080Ti was 15% faster than the 2080.
If the 3080Ti was anything like that faster than the 3080, I'd happily pay $3k for it. I could actually get 60fps 4k gaming. No chance though, if the 3090 is only 5% faster.
My problem isn't the cost of it. It's kinda of the cost/value of it and that just isn't quite good enough to be a 3-5 year investment. I also hate the hype driving up the pricing. If I can't get the card I really want, I'd rather wait a little longer. How much longer my 1080Ti will hold out, I don't know.
If you own a 3080 already the ti would be a skip for most judging from the 3090 vs it.
price and availability would be the factor for newcomers and who knows if these ones will be nerfed for their mining performance as reports suggest. I’ll need a substantial performance uplift for the next generation or two to budge and when it isn’t a silicon shitshow
Unless they do a typical nVidia and make the 3080 Ti faster than the 3090. Then release a faster 3090 (Ti) later on... with 0 availability.
Yeah based on the leaked stats its not worth it.
That said, if I could buy a 3080ti for a RRP of say $2400 then sell my 3080 for $2k then maybe it is? Getting one at RRP will be a lottery though.
The best thing i ever did was put my 1080Ti under water!
My 3080 however does run a lot cooler than my 1080Ti seemed to, but man, i'd love to see it under water too however I went back to air.
Draining and re routing loops is a massive pain unless you specifically enjoy doing that (I don't... really). The improvement putting the 3070 under water has been much greater than the improvement of putting my previous 5700xt under water
Both saw temp reductions and frequency improvements but the 3070 has taken it a lot better, despite being a hotter higher TDP chip... The byski stuff seems to be a winner.
I wonder if they'll nuke the hashrate on the 3080Ti. If NVidia were serious about getting them to gamers they would, but I suspect they've just done it to the 3060 as a token gesture.
If they sold a mining-gimped 3080Ti it would be a strange world in which the 3080 would continue to sell for more on the second hard market than the more powerful Ti version.
Lubricating my F5 key...
Save some, you might need to lubricate something else when retailers list the prices.
I am expecting a price hike over the non-Ti, and a gimping of hash rates.
Not the best for the consumer.
Well if it's $999us, that's under $1300au..
I'd pay that....