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[Hardware Leaks] Exclusive first look at Nvidia’s Ampere Gaming performance




https://hardwareleaks.com/2020/06/21...g-performance/

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https://wccftech.com/nvidia-rtx-3080...py-benchmarks/

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Videocardz thinks its the Ti, Wccftech thinks its the 3080. Since Wccftech writers are pretty much always trying to sell hype as a business model for more clicks, and they are pretty much always overestimating in their analysis consistently, I'm more likely to think this is the Ti or 3090 model. If the clockspeed reading is accurate its benched at under 2ghz. We know at least 2.2 stock is easily achievable at 7nm, so with some higher clocks this card could easily be 50% above 2080 Ti.
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Quote: Originally Posted by jamesch View Post
Videocardz thinks its the Ti, wccftwch thinks its the 3080. Since Wccftech writers are pretty much always trying to sell hype as a business model for more clicks, and they are pretty much always overestimating in their analysis consistently, I'm more likely to think this is the Ti or 3090 model. If the clockspeed reading is accurate its benched at under 2ghz. We know at least 2.2 stock is easily achievable at 7nm, so with some higher clocks this card could easily be 50% above 2080 Ti.
If this was 3080, its would amazing but Nvidia is not in that kind of business. I mean sure it can be 3080 that used to be a 2080 Ti in the past. It might cost between 700-1200.

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Quote: Originally Posted by jamesch View Post
Videocardz thinks its the Ti, Wccftech thinks its the 3080. Since Wccftech writers are pretty much always trying to sell hype as a business model for more clicks, and they are pretty much always overestimating in their analysis consistently, I'm more likely to think this is the Ti or 3090 model. If the clockspeed reading is accurate its benched at under 2ghz. We know at least 2.2 stock is easily achievable at 7nm, so with some higher clocks this card could easily be 50% above 2080 Ti.
Highly doubt 50% unless you mean OC'd Kingpin Edition Ampere vs stock FE 2080ti, which would be a strange comparison.
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Looks to be the new Ti. 31% over FE does not a monster make.

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Quote: Originally Posted by maltamonk View Post
Highly doubt 50% unless you mean OC'd Kingpin Edition Ampere vs stock FE 2080ti, which would be a strange comparison.
If you divide 2.2ghz by 1935mhz and you multiply by 31% advantage here you get 48%. I'm just doing basic arithmetic. Performance increases certainly aren't linear by clockspeed, but some of the 7nm rumors have claimed as high as 2.4ghz clocks. In the end it will depend on what the final clockspeeds are.
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We are about 3 months from launch. So maybe another 15-20% performance improvement can be expected. That could put this at around 45-50% improvement over the 2080Ti which is a very healthy improvement.

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