- Mar 23, 2012
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|Processor||Intel i9-9900KS @ 5.2 GHz|
|Motherboard||Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Master|
|Cooling||Corsair H150i Elite|
|Memory||32GB Viper Steel Series DDR4-4000|
|Video Card(s)||RTX 3090 Founders Edition|
|Storage||2TB Sabrent Rocket NVMe + 2TB Intel 960p NVMe + 512GB Samsung 970 Evo NVMe + 4TB WD Black HDD|
|Display(s)||65" LG C9 OLED|
|Case||Lian Li O11D-XL|
|Audio Device(s)||Audeze Mobius headset, Logitech Z906 speakers|
|Power Supply||Corsair AX1000 Titanium|
Yes it's unremarkable. It's ordinary. Expected. Routine.a 45% improvement over an already insane card is unremarkable?
Go to bed BigMack, you're drunk.
Don't believe me? Go look at the flagship card launches for every generation of GPUs. Historically, it's ordinary and unremarkable in every way. It's identical to Ampere, slightly higher than Turing, MUCH lower than Pascal. Higher or lower than Maxwell depending on if you consider the 780 or the 780 Ti the Kepler flagship. Lower than Kepler.
Anyone jumping up and down as if a 45% performance improvement is anything other than expected is drinking Jensen's Kool-Aid and needs to take a break from Nvidia's marketing materials.