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Alleged Ampere GPU performance numbers appear on the 3DMARK database

This GPU is almost 31% faster than an RTX 2080 Ti

Alleged Ampere GPU performance numbers appear on the 3DMARK database

Alleged Ampere GPU performance numbers appear on the 3DMARK database

Everyone's waiting for the next generation of graphics cards with eager anticipation, be it "Big Navi" from AMD or Ampere from Nvidia. Now, results from unknown graphics cards are appearing on the 3DMARK database, revealing performance numbers that exceed that of Nvidia's RTX 2080 Ti. 

Through the website HardwarLeaks, three GA102 GPU designs have been detailed; one of which features 24GB of VRAM, another with 12GB of VRAM while another has 10GB of VRAM, closely matching the specification of the already leaked (but unverified) RTX 30 series

An unknown Nvidia Ampere graphics card has been uncovered which features1935MHz clock speeds and a 3DMARK Time Spy graphics score of 18257. This score is said to be around 31% higher than an RTX 2080 Ti Founders Edition and 21.07% faster than an MSI RTX 2080 Ti Lightning Z. At this time, it is unknown if this result is of Nvidia's rumoured RTX 3080 or 3090/3080 Ti graphics card.  

What this points towards is a notable generational leap for Nvidia's next generation of graphics cards in rasterisation workloads, despite what appears to be modest core clock speeds of 1935MHz. Remember that this test result is of an early GPU model with unfinalised drivers and clock speeds, so performance for Nvidia's next-generation graphics cards could be greater. 

Below are some recently leaked specifications for Nvidia's RTX 30 series. These specifications are unverified. 
 
 RTX Titan (Ampere)RTX 3090
/3080 Ti
RTX 3080Titan RTX (Turing)RTX 2080 TiRTX 2080 SuperRTX 2080
GPUGA102-400GA102-300GA102-200TU102-400TU102-300TU104-450TU104-400
CUDA Cores5376524843524652435230722944
Memory24GB GDDR6X12GB GDDR6X10GB GDDR6X24GB GDDR611GB GDDR68GB GDDR68GB GDDR6
Memory Speed17Gbps21Gbps19Gbps14Gbps16Gbps15.5 Gbps14 Gbps
Memory Bus384-bit384-bit320-bit384-bit352-bit256-bit256-bit
Memory Bandwidth816GB/s1008GB/s760 GB/s672 GB/s616 GB/s496 GB/s448GB/s

 

Alleged Ampere GPU performance numbers appear on the 3DMARK database  

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21-06-2020, 06:10:51

Bagpuss
Fits in with rumours of them being around 50% faster than the 2xxx cards, which would most likely make this particular card a vanilla 3080, given the average 20-30% performance advantage the Ti has over the vanilla 2080.


..Not enough of a speed bump to make me upgrade from my 2080 but would be a very nice upgrade for those on 10xx series cards.


..A 3090 would be the only real worthwhile jump from a 2080, IMO. But I'm simply not prepared to spend £1k (or more) on a GPU, I'll leave that to the 'more money than sense', mob.Quote

21-06-2020, 08:33:27

m2geek
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Originally Posted by Bagpuss View Post
Fits in with rumours of them being around 50% faster than the 2xxx cards, which would most likely make this particular card a vanilla 3080, given the average 20-30% performance advantage the Ti has over the vanilla 2080.


..Not enough of a speed bump to make me upgrade from my 2080 but would be a very nice upgrade for those on 10xx series cards.


..A 3090 would be the only real worthwhile jump from a 2080, IMO. But I'm simply not prepared to spend £1k (or more) on a GPU, I'll leave that to the 'more money than sense', mob.
I'm still rocking a strix 1080 advanced (has the gddr5x memory) - glad I waited for the 3xxx series to upgrade. Gonna be a Massive upgrade haha.Quote

21-06-2020, 17:19:31

AngryGoldfish
People seem to think this is the flagship 3090/3080 Super/3080Ti. And then some feel that 30% over a 2080Ti is "crushing". I know that the clock speeds seemed low, but I would have imagined this was the 3080.Quote

21-06-2020, 17:37:47

Avet
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Originally Posted by AngryGoldfish View Post
People seem to think this is the flagship 3090/3080 Super/3080Ti. And then some feel that 30% over a 2080Ti is "crushing". I know that the clock speeds seemed low, but I would have imagined this was the 3080.
Yea. 30% with the same core count with 7nm improvements and faster memory is doable.Quote
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