Monday, June 22nd 2020

NVIDIA GeForce "Ampere" Hits 3DMark Time Spy Charts, 30% Faster than RTX 2080 Ti

An unknown NVIDIA GeForce "Ampere" GPU model surfaced on 3DMark Time Spy online database. We don't know if this is the RTX 3080 (RTX 2080 successor), or the top-tier RTX 3090 (RTX 2080 Ti successor). Rumored specs of the two are covered in our older article. The 3DMark Time Spy score unearthed by _rogame (Hardware Leaks) is 18257 points, which is close to 31 percent faster than the RTX 2080 Ti Founders Edition, 22 percent faster than the TITAN RTX, and just a tiny bit slower than KINGPIN's record-setting EVGA RTX 2080 Ti XC. Futuremark SystemInfo reads the GPU clock speeds of the "Ampere" card as 1935 MHz, and its memory clock at "6000 MHz." Normally, SystemInfo reads the memory actual clock (i.e. 1750 MHz for 14 Gbps GDDR6 effective). Perhaps SystemInfo isn't yet optimized for reading memory clocks on "Ampere."
Source: HardwareLeaks
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67 Comments on NVIDIA GeForce "Ampere" Hits 3DMark Time Spy Charts, 30% Faster than RTX 2080 Ti

#1
DJ_Casper
Well increase is 22% here. No need to lie. And getting these clocks with 2080 Ti could be made easily especially if you own a waterblock on 2080 Ti
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#2
EzioAs
DJ_Casper
Well increase is 22% here. No need to lie. And getting these clocks with 2080 Ti could be made easily especially if you own a waterblock on 2080 Ti
It's actually 30.9% so TPU numbers are pretty accurate
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#3
Metroid
Given all using stock clock frequency, If 3080 is 30% faster than 2080 ti and 2080 ti is 20% faster than 2080 then it means 3080 will be 50% faster than 2080, It sounds about right.

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#4
EzioAs
Metroid
Given all using stock clock frequency, If 3080 is 30% faster than 2080 ti and 2080 ti is 20% faster than 2080 then it means 3080 will be 50% faster than 2080, It sounds about right.
That's not how percentages work, it should be more than 50% (56%) according to your numbers. However, if your post actually implied that roughly, then I apologize.
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Metroid
EzioAs
That's not how percentages work, it should be more than 50% (56%) according to your numbers. However, if your post actually implied that roughly, then I apologize.
I just took the performance summary based on this review, www.techpowerup.com/review/asus-geforce-rtx-2080-ti-matrix/27.html , by my calculations right now 3080 is 50 to 60% faster than 2080 ti if the leak is right.
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EzioAs
Metroid
I just took the performance summary based on this review, www.techpowerup.com/review/asus-geforce-rtx-2080-ti-matrix/27.html , by my calculations right now 3080 is 50 to 60% faster than 2080 ti if the leak is right.
So you were implying that it was more than 50%, right? I apologize then. I thought you were saying that it's faster by exactly 50%.
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#7
Metroid
EzioAs
So you were implying that it was more than 50%, right? I apologize then. I thought you were saying that it's faster exactly 50%.
As it's faster than 50%, I guess Nvidia will not launch the 3080 TI version, Nvidia will likely launch the 3080 TI version next year. The GTX 1080 launched on May 2016 then a year after that 1080 ti was released. This time will likely be the same
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#8
EzioAs
Depends on Team Red I guess
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#10
r.h.p
oh my, my rdna is shaking :(
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#11
ratirt
If it is true that's not bad. Wonder how the Ray Tracing will look like with this since NV was pushing for it so badly. 30% performance up and the price would be how many % up or maybe down? (Yeah I don't believe in the price down option here)
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#12
R0H1T
If the perf is 30% higher then price will likely be at least 30% up over the previous gen, knowing Nvidia they'll still want to roll in the dough amidst a global pandemic :nutkick:
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#13
ratirt
R0H1T
If the perf is 30% higher then price will likely be at least 30% up over the previous gen, knowing Nvidia they'll still want to roll in the dough amidst a global pandemic :nutkick:
30% at least. that's very optimistic but if the competition is there maybe your 30% price bump will be accurate depending on the competition. It's not long now till we know.
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cucker tarlson
Metroid
Given all using stock clock frequency, If 3080 is 30% faster than 2080 ti and 2080 ti is 20% faster than 2080 then it means 3080 will be 50% faster than 2080, It sounds about right.


90/71=1.27x
117/71=1.65x
r.h.p
oh my, my rdna is shaking :(
rdna makers better think of their own dlss 2.0 cause even if this is 3090 it's gonna run over big navi with rtx/dlss on in triple A's
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#15
cueman
yeah, so much power, now i wonder and wait just tdp value,if it between 200-250w its excellent...also it have very high oc'd capacity.
and.. btw, its ,i repeat, it is 7nm rtx 3080 FE gpu with early drivers...well,i wait for it example msi lightning version or asus srtix advance oc version.
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cucker tarlson
cueman
yeah, so much power, now i wonder and wait just tdp value,if it between 200-250w its excellent...also it have very high oc'd capacity.
and.. btw, its ,i repeat, it is 7nm rtx 3080 FE gpu with early drivers...well,i wait for it example msi lightning version or asus srtix advance oc version.
there's no indication of what it is.may be whatever.including fake.
I'll also be looking at ~250w cards.I was actually never fond of them,980Ti Gaming 6G was hot and loud,but my 1080ti trio and 2070s trio are so damn cool and quiet I'd have no problem with one.
I think 3080Ti will not be any more power hungry than 2080Ti imo,it'll be big die w. 275-285w power draw like turing.
I'm glad nvidia stepped up the game with good reference cooling at msrp on turing,hope they do the same on ampere.GN said they have info there's two versions of reference cooler - the new one comes from a new oem,the second one from one they worked with before.Good reference coolers at msrp prices means custom coolers have to cvompete harder on price/performance and we reap the benefits getting queiter coolers at lower markups than before.Back when I was getting my 2070S I only paid a 6% premium for trio over 2070S reference.I was actually pretty surprised.Meanwhile 57000xt nitro costs at least 10-15% more than reference.Even if it msrp's lower the shops will jack up the price knowing nobody's wanting reference anyway.
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#17
r.h.p
cucker tarlson
90/71=1.27x
117/71=1.65x


rdna makers better think of their own dlss 2.0 cause even if this is 3090 it's gonna run over big navi with rtx/dlss on in triple A's
too right , tbh I’m happy for Nvidia I just think their cards are too expensive
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#18
M2B
That 1935MHz core clock seems pretty low if it's true, I honestly don't expect anything under 2GHz from a 7nm GeForce card.
I just hope they will give us options with more VRAM.
The rumored 10GB for the 3080 isn't bad, but not great either.
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#19
cucker tarlson
r.h.p
too right , tbh I’m happy for Nvidia I just think their cards are too expensive
they've more features - I mean if new triple A's like cp2077 come with dlss 2.0 that just bought my 2070S a whole generation of upgrading,or more.I won't have to upgrade to run it given how massive performance gains are.
they've no competition from tu104 up and tu116 down
they've more stable drivers and support cuda

if navi 10 is just as fast,equal in features and has no weak points that'll be it for nvidia's prices
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#20
ppn
Or it could be 3090 with 5428, 20% more shaders and 6% clock, with 18Gbps or 24Gbps memory. What doesn't make sense is the size. 5376 should be 500mm2 or less. This means 2x more transistors for only 20% more cores.
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cucker tarlson
ppn
Or it could be 3090 with 5428, 20% more shaders and 6% clock, with 18Gbps or 24Gbps memory. What doesn't make sense is the size. 5376 should be 500mm2 or less. This means 2x more transistors for only 20% more cores.
how are you getting the size and transistor count ?
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#22
mohammed2006
i dont care for 30% faster just make it slower with display port 2.0 and hdmi 2.1
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#23
Hyderz
upgrade urge after 4 years :D come on RTX 3090 cant wait
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#24
ObiFrost
R0H1T
If the perf is 30% higher then price will likely be at least 30% up over the previous gen, knowing Nvidia they'll still want to roll in the dough amidst a global pandemic :nutkick:
I don't believe any consumerism corporation really cares whatever is happening out there in the world. Hardcore consumers bought pre-pandemic and will do during or past it.
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