RTX 3080 trumps 2080ti by a whopping margin

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  1. Prototime

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    Independent reviews show that the 3080 indeed beats the 2080ti by a whopping margin, including with ray-tracing on. I'm most excited about the ray-tracing + DLSS results. It looks like a promising combination this generation.






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    Looks like an average of 30% over the 2080 Ti at 4K, and with similar 30% increase in power draw. Also seems to have next to no overclocking headroom due to being power starved. I’m unimpressed at the efficiency. Perf/W barely moved from Turing.
     
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    Digital foundry showed a 68percent increase in performance And I would rather trust them
     
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    yeah i know! and you dont think their will be a 3090 or 3080ti
    would you compare a 980m to a 880m...most likely and the benefit


    heck they will probably have a 3090 a 3080ti and a titan
     
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    I'm impressed with the performance per dollar vs 2080ti.(~30-35% faster, $400+ cheaper)
    The real comparison is 3080 vs 2080 (if comparing similar pricing slots)
    Let's see once the real modders get ahold of it with shunt mods, etc...
    If I owned a 2080ti right now, I wouldn't upgrade to a 3080. I'd either bite the bullet for a 3090 or wait for the inevitable 3080ti
     
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    On desktop, sure. You can always increase cooling and power (to a point). But mobile Ampere hopefuls should be worried about the lack of efficiency gain despite a full generational jump in process node. If you compare the perf/W of 2080 Ti at 300W versus 3080 at 320W, the improvement is only 10-15%.
     
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    electrosoft Tick Tock Clarice....

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    I agree 100%. We might (most likely) will start to see a separation of desktop and mobile performance again unless there is a major advance in cooling. I tend to focus on DTRs which give a bit more headroom for cooling hot and heavy GPUs, but in the thinner and lighter gaming laptops? Something is going to have to give I'm afraid...
     
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    Even DTR's are gonna fall well short of desktop GPU level performance, unless mobile gets no higher than the 3070? Sure, you can undervolt the 3080 to shave off 50W while maintaining stock performance, but that's still 270W, which is an unrealistic jump from the ~200W ceiling for GPUs even in the most gargantuan, can-hardly-still-be-called-laptop systems since 2015.
     
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