Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti delivers unmatched performance in 4K- Ultra Settings
Nvidia RTX 3000 series have finally delivered us a graphics cards lineup that can let mainstream gamers feel at home with 4K gaming. Let’s dive deeper into Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti Benchmarks.
If you’ve been keep up with the rumours and leaks related to Nvidia RTX 3000 Series then you already know that a leaked benchmark had appeared almost a month ago.
It claimed that an unknown Ampere gpu went head to head with Nvidia RTX 2080 Ti in 3DMark Timespy.
The news credit goes to HardwareLeaks for having a keen eye for the said image. It clearly shows that unknown Ampere gpu achieving a score of 18257 against the score of 18664 of Nvidia RTX 2080 Ti.
I agree that synthetic benchmarks don’t mean that the graphics card will work the same when we play games on it.
So, let’s take a look at some of the projected FPS score for the greatest AAA gaming titles of 2019 & 2020.
Note: Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti is not out yet. Following benchmarks are only a suggestion of what you might be able to get on this graphics card.
Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti Specs – Leaked
|Product Name||RTX 3080 Ti|
|Fabrication Process||8 nm (Samsung)|
|Boost core clock||2.2 GHz|
|VRAM||12 GB @18 Gbps GDDR6|
|CPU||Intel Core i7 9700K|
|GPU||Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti 12 GB|
|RAM||32 GB – Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 3000 MHz (16 x 2)|
|Hard Disk||512 GB Samsung 970 Evo Plus NVME|
|Motherboard||Asus ROG Strix Z390-F|
|OS||Windows 10 build 2004|
16 Games Benchmarked on 4K Ultra Settings
- AC: Odyssey
- Battlefield V
- Far Cry 5: New Dawn
- Rage 2
- Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
- Death Stranding
- The Outer World
- The Division 2
- Shenmue 3
- Dark Siders : Genesis
- Metro Exodus
- The Surge 2
- Need for Speed Heat
- Apex Legends
- Planet Zoo
Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti Benchmarks Breakdown
RTX 3080 Ti is a really hyped graphics card. For one thing, it delivers a really smooth performance at 4k resolution (3840×2160) and everything set to Ultra.
With that said, currently most of the tested games don’t actually take full advantage of 4k because their textures aren’t up to the mark.
Game titles released in late 2019 & 2020 are better suited for 4k gameplay because they do have native 4k support & don’t rely on graphics card to artificially scale the textures.
Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti supports DLSS 3.0 and 160 Ray Tracing cores, making it ideal for game supporting native ray tracing.
DLSS 3.0 has been improved to show less artifacts in ‘performance’ mode. However, RTX 3080 Ti doesn’t need DLSS to be run with ‘performance’ mode, it works great with ‘quality’ mode.
We will definitely see improvement with DLSS 3.0 in RTX 3060 & RTX 3070 because there are lesser number of RT cores in them.
Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti comes with 576 Tensor cores as well, making it ideal for complex deep learning algorithms. Currently, deep learning and AI are used to create procedurally generated maps & NPC reactions.
So, having RTX 3000 series is not going to give us just an FPS boost, it’s going to make the overall gaming experience even better.
Rest we’ll be able to see when Nvidia RTX 3000 series actually comes out, so that we’ll have some hard specs and benchmarking scores to share with you.
Untill then, please enjoy the projected scores and take them with a pinch of salt. Game optimizations matter a lot as well and we’ll know soon enough how many of the next-gen ray-tracing gaming titles perform on Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti.
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