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Old Sep 1, 2020, 03:25 PM   #1
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The thread to talk ampere official specs performance and show off your new cards when you get them. This is not the thread to talk about AMD cards unless it is an official benchmark comparing them to Ampere.

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Old Sep 1, 2020, 03:41 PM   #2
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No surprise here, I'll be the first (unless Bill beats me to it) to get a 3090.

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Poor man with responsibilities will be sticking with the 3080 when I upgrade everything later this year. Dont need bleeding edge.


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EK block sneak peak. Looks like they addressed the top mounted FE power connector by shortening the inlet area. Should be interesting to see what this looks like with a power connector slapped in between the tubing.

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so I will say Nvidia just made water cooled ITX builds more of a thing with the shorter PCB should see reasonably sized waterblock cards

I will say this if AMD does not deliver* I will be buying NV for the first time EVER and will be watercooling it

by deliver I mean at least beat the 2080ti by 30% in raster and RT performance.
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I was thinking 3090, but the 3080 is so impressive, I'm buying that, and slapping a block on it. These things really impressed me today. I can't wait to see actual reviews, and know when and where I can get a water block. I'm ready!
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Whoa $Ł699 for a 3080 I'm seriously tempted. Will wait for benchmarks but for gaming at 1440p this could be a monster card. Could be my first Nvidia card for almost a decade.
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If you have an air cooled CPU you're gonna have a good time
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Gamers nexus just said the same, and that they are going to do extensive testing on that.
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I've got a Dark Rock Pro 4 and it handled an AMD Vega 64 reference model fine apart form the Vega fan noise so I'm not worried.
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bill this is the less memey thread I will be more strict in this one. I would prefer to have the thread be informative.
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I reached out to EK on facebook to see when their newsletter is coming out. Hopefully before the 17th. I'm not buying a card that isn't getting a water block, and I want to get one as early as possible.

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I think the key word from Nvidia is 'concurrent' in their RayTracing implementation.
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Very curious what it will boost to. The FE cooler looks hefty but that's a lot of power.
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so I will say Nvidia just made water cooled ITX builds more of a thing with the shorter PCB should see reasonably sized waterblock cards

I will say this if AMD does not deliver* I will be buying NV for the first time EVER and will be watercooling it

by deliver I mean at least beat the 2080ti by 30% in raster and RT performance.
You've never owned Nvidia cards?
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yeah hopefully at this point NV sends them units to work with before announcements.
NDA lifts the day they go on sale.

I may hold off till the beginning of November.
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Dammit, meant to post in this thread.


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  • HYBRID, HC, and KPE cards will come a bit later than the XC3 and FTW3 cards. No ETA to give you, which is probably your next question.
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By come at a later date on the HC they most likely mean 3 months before the 4080 comes out.

These things are going to be sold out for months. If you don't get one quick, you might as well wait for AMD. LOL
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By come at a later date on the HC they most likely mean 3 months before the 4080 comes out.

These things are going to be sold out for months. If you don't get one quick, you might as well wait for AMD. LOL
AMD's RDNA2 announcement will be early October with release in early November.
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By come at a later date on the HC they most likely mean 3 months before the 4080 comes out.

These things are going to be sold out for months. If you don't get one quick, you might as well wait for AMD. LOL
I think with the way the 3080 is being priced they're expecting abundant supply.

Also, did anyone actually have trouble buying the 2070 or 2080 last gen? I thought it was only the 2080 Ti that was in short supply, and that seemed like it never actually changed over the course of the card's lifespan. I think the 2080 Ti production was never that high, and that is why it was always hard to come by and so expensive.
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Lets just hope Nvidia can have enough stock, rumor is Samsung's yeilds suck, esp for a huge chips. Good watch if you are bored. Been following him for a while, and has been spot on so far.


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This guy is an idiot. I tried listening to the podcast he just rags on Nvidia and Intel for the majority of it.... I stopped when he said his sources tell him that Big Navi is 90% faster then the 5700XT....
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I've never bought an FE card directly from Nvidia. The warranty is the same? Is it all in $usd even for Canadians? Do they ship international? Do we get raped on customs?
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Unless they changed it, the warranty on the FE is 3 years. I may consider an FE this time myself as the cooler actually seems decent. I want to wait for reviews on that too though.

It looks like the FEs are not being sold at a premium this gen, which is interesting. That might indicate that part of the problem with the 2000 series was that Nvidia lost control of the pricing, since the AIBs treated the FE as the defacto MSRP rather than the actual MSRP. Like, maybe the 2080 Ti really was supposed to be readily available at $1000, but after the 2080 Ti FE was $1200 the other guys refused to sell for less.

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This guy is an idiot. I tried listening to the podcast he just rags on Nvidia and Intel for the majority of it.... I stopped when he said his sources tell him that Big Navi is 90% faster then the 5700XT....
Apparently we're not supposed to talk about AMD in this thread, but I don't know why you'd find that number so hard to believe? That is the sort of performance range Navi 2X has to be putting up to be competitive with Ampere. 5700 XT also was not a big chip, so I don't see why they wouldn't be able to boost performance by a large margin over it?

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This guy is an idiot. I tried listening to the podcast he just rags on Nvidia and Intel for the majority of it.... I stopped when he said his sources tell him that Big Navi is 90% faster then the 5700XT....
He throws out virtually every rumor or possibility and if any of them come to fruition, he can spin how accurate he is. The key with his 3xxx series volume speculation and disagree is because Nvidia offered guidance of 25% more gaming revenue for the third quarter. That is significant!
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This guy is an idiot. I tried listening to the podcast he just rags on Nvidia and Intel for the majority of it.... I stopped when he said his sources tell him that Big Navi is 90% faster then the 5700XT....

so a 80cu card cant be 90% faster than a 40cu card? AMD has been a lot more tight lipped then Nvidia recently. Hell anything is possible. I watched a lot of his videos for the last 5 months, he only rags on things that are true IMHO. Pricing, Real TDP (Intel), and marketing. In the last few months i don't see much of a bias, but coming from you if Intel or Nvidia is challenged in any way, he must be bias.


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I've never bought an FE card directly from Nvidia. The warranty is the same? Is it all in $usd even for Canadians? Do they ship international? Do we get raped on customs?

I dunno about Canada, but my card shipped pretty fast and like Nagorak said i believe its a 3 year warrenty.


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He throws out virtually every rumor or possibility and if any of them come to fruition, he can spin how accurate he is. The key with his 3xxx series volume speculation and disagree is because Nvidia offered guidance of 25% more gaming revenue for the third quarter. That is significant!

Most all of these youtubers get what they hear, and sometimes he says he doesn't believe it. His channel is not something that is 100% accurate. He has said this plenty of times.
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