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Which 4K graph has made you think so? RTX 3080 minimum fps is above average for RTX 2080 Ti. I don't remember the last time we've had such a huge leap in performance. How is it "underwhelming"?
Maybe you could share some graphs to prove your PoV?
It's exactly as powerful as advertised if not better at 4K, the resolution it was created for. Never seen so many AMD trolls in one discussion. Also, it costs $700, so not sure about greed. Also, no one forces you to buy it.
Speaking of greed:
Here you go. 1080ti came out at 700 dollars and performed almost twice as fast as a 980ti that also was 700 dollars. Then 20series came out and almost doubled prices with 2080ti at like 1200 dollars. Everyone is impressed, but in reality Nvidia just shifted back to normal pricing because they are actually expecting competition. What everyone here is concerned about is the fact that 3080 is a cut down version of their biggest gaming chip and is using energy close to the pci thermal limit, and at this stage you start to run into diminishing returns as you scale performance any higher. But in summary, no, 3080 is not a 2080 successor, it is a 2080ti successor which was a cut down version of a Titan.