RTX 3080 trumps 2080ti by a whopping margin

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  1. hfm

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    That seems like it lines up somewhat correctly, given that's not really a great way to do this test.

    EDIT: I just took a look at the site, they used a 9900K, it could be that AotS is stacked with a bunch of Ryzen results.. Ryzen performs better in that bench than Intel.

    I'd like to see head-to-head instead of a single results vs median.
     
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    So one point I saw raised earlier in this thread was the RTX 3080 has a 320bit memory bus - something which (I believe) we've never seen in laptops before mainly due to PCB layout constraints whether it be MXM or the smaller form factors required by laptop motherboards (compared to desktops). I'm not convinced a 320bit memory bus can be worked into laptop designs (as they currently stand). By comparison, look at NVLINK - never made it to laptops simply because there wasn't enough PCB real estate to accommodate that bus.

    I'm drawing two conclusions. Either:
    1) MXM is completely dead

    or

    2) Laptops won't get anything better than the RTX 3070.

    Thoughts?
     
  3. Papusan

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    Design changes. Compact PCB package is possible also for MXM formfactor.
    [​IMG]
     
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    I think MXM stopped being standard a while ago, since every manufacturer started going with the shape they wanted. Manufacturers maybe will still use a highly modified MXM port or they will migrate to their own proprietary form factor like Dell did. But I do believe that we are going to see better solutions than a desktop 3070 on laptops
     
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    NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Graphics Card Benchmarks & Game Performance Tests Leak Out, Allegedly 30% Faster Than The RTX 2080 Ti wccftech.com | Today

    The full breakdown of the tests is provided below:

    • 3DMark Fire Strike Performance: 31919 (+25% 2080Ti, +43% 2080S )
    • 3DMark Fire Strike Extreme: 20101 (+24% 2080Ti, +45% 2080S )
    • 3DMark Fire Strike Ultra: 11049 (+36% 2080Ti, +64% 2080S )
    • 3DMark Fire Strike Time Spy: 17428 (+28% 2080Ti, +49% 2080S )
    • 3DMark Fire Strike Time Spy Extreme: 8548 (+38% 2080Ti, +59% 2080S )
    • 3DMark Fire Strike Port Royal: 11455 (+45% 2080Ti, +64% 2080S )
    [​IMG]
     
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    The RTX3080 performs pretty good. These numbers are better than a watercooled and heavily overclocked 2080Ti even at a frequency locked at 2,130Mhz in games and benchmarks. It looks like the RTX3080 is running stock and on air though haha.

    I remember when my 2080Ti broke 40K in Firestrike graphics, and 17,200 in timespy graphics. I thought it was the most amazing thing ever. And now we’ve got a $699 RTX3080 that runs right past even the fastest 2080Ti by around 5%, doing it all stock and on air cooling. It’s gonna be nice to see how far the RTX3080 will go. I am certain it’ll be a monster once on water cooling with a good overclock.

    I am certainly getting one. I bet we will get those short waterblocks that look really cool. Kinda like the RX480 did on watercooling.
     
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    If you mean 30% better performance with 100% more CUDA cores and 25% higher TGP is pretty good ... I would say nope.
     
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    That's only half of the equation though. It's also half the cost so i'd say its a pretty good deal.
     
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    Well, my 2080Ti getting about 5% less performance than a stock RTX3080 was pulling around 450 watts playing games. So, it was certainly power hungry too.

    Maybe this RTX3080 is running at a pretty tame clock speed. I’m sure if we cool it down and get that clock speed up some and that power limit, we will start to see the performance easily scale up.
     
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    I don't know about you guys but i'm excited for the next gen ports. it looks like a 1060 will handle the new next gen games at 1080p and you will need a 3070 or greater for 4k. at 299 the xbox series s will be dominating the market and lucky for us pc gamers we wont need to upgrade for the ports and geesh did I not see that coming
     
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