If that 6000 series that matches if not best the 2080Ti by even 1%, but come in at 499.99 and below would be the real winner.Overall, looks like nvidia have a winner. Especially with the rumors that the 6000 is only going to match or go slightly ahead of the 2080 TI.
I'm not surprised there's not really any overclocking headroom here given the power reqs out of the box.So overclock these doesn't seem worth it due to power limit causing increased frame times and higher low 1%?
They covered it in this video. Basically your worst fps (the most important) will feel worst if you OC with a benefit of a mere 5fps avg?
Based on specs the 3090 best case scenario will be about 20% faster. I'll wager closer to 15%. I can't justify $800 more for 15-20%. I bet it will OC better though but still not enough to justify $1500 in my opinion.
I should have sold my desktop mobo, cpu, ram (3950x) when the price were good and live with the new laptop. Then buy an ps5/xbox and go back to desktop in 2021/2022.I'm not surprised there's not really any overclocking headroom here given the power reqs out of the box.