NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3000 Series - Review Release Day
Well, it happened again, through some, or no, fault of my own we are left without a review sample for launch day. Normally I'd be super mad (well I still kinda am) but, I have to remember that stock is boring and that what I prefer to focus on is "how can this product be better?"
Better is a little subjective since you can take a reference card, slap on a hot clock and call it better however, that is not even close. What I like to see is custom PCBs, enhanced cooling and the little tweaks that video card makers can apply to really unleash the potential of the new RTX 3000 Series GPU. We are talking factory overclocking, watercooling and the largest of large VRMs for whatever stability you can ask for.
But, if you are the type who wants to see the ordinary and would rather watch YouTube while imagining how things could have been while rocking your GTX 580 then by all means click on the links below. In doing so you will be supporting the superior written word in the computer hardware review world and letting NVIDIA know that the smart people can still read.
Just remember that better things are coming, which will likely be copied by some lazy TechUtainment Channel.
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Review: Ampere Is A Gaming Monster @ Hot Hardware
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Performance In Blender, Octane, V-Ray, & More @ Techgage
Nvidia RTX 3080 Founders Edition @ LanOC Reviews @ LanOC
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 PCI-Express Scaling @ TechPowerUp
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 with AMD Ryzen 3900XT vs Intel Core i9-10900K @ TechPowerUp
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Founders Edition @ TechPowerUp
We talked about the RTX 3000 Series on the most recent version of the Hardware Asylum Podcast. Most of the info we talked about was public minus performance but if you know what to look for you can figure out the missing pieces pretty easily. Be sure to check it out.
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