RTX 3080 trumps 2080ti by a whopping margin

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  1. electrosoft

    electrosoft Tick Tock Clarice....

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    yrekabakery Notebook Virtuoso

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    OpenCL != gaming performance. Compute benchmarks use very little power, hence the 3080MQ is able to boost high and beat out the desktop 3070 since it is the full GA104 chip (6144 CUDA vs. 5888). In actual 3D graphics games and benchmarks, the 3080MQ will be very power limited, hence much lower clock/perf. This is again illustrated by the 2080MQ being similar to the desktop 2060 in gaming, while in that OpenCL test it's even beating the desktop 2070.
     
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    lol after like 3 people telling me it wasn't a 2080ti but now it is? this is great news and thats the max q version..


    also its looking like a 30 percent bump for the full fat 3080...and this is what I expected...I really hope they make it in mxm form and then I will buy a DTR (mxm FF) if not I guess its the gs67 or gs68 by msi, super excited.
     
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    As mentioned earlier, there simply isn't enough PCB space on MXM for >256-bit bus and the associated memory packages and traces. If there ever is a GA102-based mobile 3080/3090/A6000, you can bet your socks it'll be BGA.
     
  5. electrosoft

    electrosoft Tick Tock Clarice....

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    I'm not disagreeing with you. I just posted the specs. :)
     
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    This is Zephyrus cooling with the low power card, wanna see what more serious machines can do with the higher powered variant. If that gets close to 3070 performance that's a big jump over my 1080 DT and gets me into ray tracing. I'm in the market but I gotta see a real world difference that says to me 3k was well spent.
     
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    Its not. As @yrekabakery mentioned opencl cannot be used to estimate gaming performance.
     
  8. Tyranus07

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    are there any games that use OpenCL? lol most of the time benchmark leaks are useless. Mark my words, power = performance. There is absolutely no chance in hell that the 90W 3080MQ will outperform the 220W desktop 3070 in games that use full power of the graphic card.
     
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