Well. 15-20% more goods may be if it scales right.Waiting for the 3090 launch. The 3080 looks like a good card, but it was never really something I considered. I want something to max out Cyberpunk and I don't expect the 2080 ti to do it, so I hope the 3090 delivers the goods.
Based on my educated guesses looking at the numbers and the claims AMD have made to date, I am expecting the fastest big Navi to be closer to the 3070 than to the 3080.Big Navi, if Big fail then higher GB 3080. 3090 if i cant find any of the other ones in stock. LG CX needs to shine.
I had exactly this same thought. Will be an interesting next two months.The price/performance ratio of the older generation not-quite-as-expensive graphics cards doesn't actually look that bad to me, even at 4k.
I'll take the non-existent option "waiting for the cheaper big navi/ampere cards" or get a (used) 5700xt if they drop to around $250 within the next few months.
I was a mumbling coffee slamming mess this morning jibbering about pods needing to have a separate store to contain drift with my offshore teams.I have to be up to deal with my offshore scrum team tomorrow at 6am, needless to say the first few minutes I will be late
Can totally relate, except I'm more like the Bruce Willis type hung tf over character the next day on the phone sipping the warm beer from last night.I was a mumbling coffee slamming mess this morning jibbering about pods needing to have a separate store to contain drift with my offshore teams.
iPad off in the corner not muted blasting 3080 reviews.
I was musing how platforms will have their own methods and it’d be a mess to assume 1 massive nested template would deploy properly across multi-cloud.
1 dude wanted to know if I’d order him a 3080 and send it to him, and clearly cared about work as little as I did.
Good decision to be honest, I think Big Navi is going to definitely have better power numbers thanks to TSMC and might even top 3080 raster performance. If it beats 3080 by 10-15% with 12-16 gb vram and costs $700-$800 I'll grab it immediately, AMD drivers be damned. If AMD goes really crazy and creates a "Surprise Get Jebaited NVIDIA" Biggest Navi ™ that can take on 3090 with 16-20 gb vram and costs $900 I'll grab it. I have this really strong feeling there's going to be a lot of salty 3080 owners that will be making tons of excuses, especially about it's higher power consumption, 10 gb vram and so on. As good as this thing looks because of the price, it just didn't wow me at all.performance gain was what i expected, not the bullshit 50%+ crap. but i'm not going to waste my time fighting it out to get an early card so i'll just wait for big navi before deciding what i want.