Updated: Sep 2
If you missed this morning (AEST) launch of NVIDIA new 3000 series line we have all the information you need below in our blog.
We all have been speculating what NVIDIA will release in the AMPERE line up and just have to say wow! with Jenson and the NVIDIA team showcasing next generation gaming is going to great for 2020, which at least is a positive for this year.
I will be splitting the NVIDIA launch blogs into a few separate as we have too much information just for one blog but let's start with pricing and performance
As you can see NVIDIA have priced the cards well starting from $499 USD with the RTX 3070 and the going to RTX 3080 at $699 USD but the RTX 3090 having an almost $1000 jump of $1499.00 but as well bringing double the VRAM and more performance over 3070 and 3080.
As confirmed the 3090 will have 24Gb VRAM and 3080 wil have 10GB VRAM and the 3070 will have 8GB of VRAM, release dates are shown in the image above.
Let's look at the performance in game is what we want to see these stats are from NVIDIA directly, in world benchmarks and performance may be different to system specs you may have.
As you can see Ampere does bring a considerable performance increase over the 2000 series but I was not impressed not seeing 2080ti in this chart so will need to see how much difference the 3080 or 3070 bring over 2080ti in real world performance to make a better decision.
Having a look at the full spec sheet below RTX 30 series has shown some big improvements over the 20 series including 10 and 9 series generations.
lookout for our next blog on card cooling and the new ampere architecture as well NVIDIA new 12 pin power connector coming soon, but what are your thoughts on NVIDIA new AMPERE line up? let us know in the comments below.