The Green Army enjoyed their period of awe and fancy with regards to the GeForce RTX 3000 family. The Ampere line of GPU takes over from the Turing ones and is threatening to leave competitors miles behind. Yes, the rumour mill is always occupied in asserting that AMD’s Big Navi will be a game changer. We don’t disagree, it may well be, but we are willing to wait for more concrete information. Meanwhile, scrutiny awaits NVIDIA as the RTX 3090 is tasked to match the high bar of expectations. Lots of test reports for NVIDIA’’s Ampere headline maker GeForce RTX 3090 are surfacing. Not long ago various sources suggested that the RTX 3090 was better than its sibling RTX 3080 by a factor of 1/10. That however seemed to less. Blender Benchmarks have just that to prove.
Blender Benchmark; GeForce RTX 3090 in detail
The RTX 3090 is all set to go on sale from the 24th September onwards. This has invited recent speculations and comparisons asserting the superiority of RTX 3090 in the Ampere GPU family. Of all the emerging ones, Blender benchmark seems to have released the most tangible and palpable numbers. Leading the GeForce RTX 3000 family, RTX 3090 impresses with 15-23% faster render time compared to the younger RTX 3000s. Overall, the Blender stats suggest that RTX 3080 is 19.7% behind in performance numbers to RTX 3090.
Featuring support for 8K HDR gaming, RTX 3090 is surely a big step for NVIDIA in cementing its domination. A staggering 24GB of G6X memory justifies the BFGPU (big ferocious GPU) labelling. The RTX 3090 has an unrivalled CUDA core count of 10496 and boasts of a boost clock speed of 1.70GHz. This meant reviews suggesting that RTX 3090 was merely 10% better than RTX 3080, had clearly gotten it wrong. The graphics card space is heating up with the likes of ASUS, GIGABYTE, EVGA etc. All of these have already given enough insights into what their custom builts would offer. Look at GIGABYTE’s RTX 3090 Turbo, world’s first blower type Ampere design.
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