NVIDIA recently released the GeForce RTX 3000 series. The series has three cards for now, two of which are already available for sale. The flagship RTX 3090 is yet to be out, but now we have some leaked benchmarks showcasing the performance of the card.
The benchmarks were published by TecLab, with the video review shared on Bilibili, and VideoCardz has compiled all the good bits. With the current software, the results showed RTX 3090 to have a performance that is about 8.8% higher than the RTX 3080.
The test rig had an Intel Core i9-10900 clocked at 5 GHz, paired with 32 GB of RAM at 4133 MHz. Storage used was the Galax HOF PRO M.2 1 TB SSD. The RTX 3080 and 3090 were not referred to by name, but rather as 5000 YUAN flagship and the 10000 YUAN flagship. Take a look at the benchmark video:
Videocardz compiled the performance numbers to give us an idea about the comparative performance, listing the tests. The average comes to about 8.8%. Take a look:
Of course, the numbers are likely to get boosted once the software improvements roll in. However, there is no telling by exactly how much. We will have to wait and watch how that goes.
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