Nvidia reveals its RTX 3090, RTX3080 and RTX 3070 graphics cards with incredible pricing
Nvidia's pricing will surprise you
Published: 1st September 2020 | Source: Nvidia |
Nvidia reveals its RTX 3090, RTX3080 and RTX 3070 graphics cards
For starters, we have the RTX 3070, a $499 graphics cards while delivering performance levels which exceed that of Nvidia's RTX 2080 Ti, a graphics card which was priced at $1000. Now that's a generational upgrade.
With a price tag of $499, the RTX 3070 will change the industry when it launches this October, offering gamers incredible value for money with its full next-generation feature set. It even includes HDMI 2.1 support for 4K 120Hz action on compatible TVs.
With the RTX 3080, Nvidia promises to deliver significantly higher performance levels than the company's RTX 2080 Ti for a lower price. With a price tag of $699, Nvidia plans to offer consumers a 2x performance upgrade over their RTX 2080, delivering one of the company's largest generational leaps to date.
With faster ray tracing and DLSS performance, 4K 60 FPS framerates should be a lot more achievable than before, especially in titles with DLSS support. The graphics cards will release on September 17th.
On September 24th, Nvidia will launch its RTX 3090, Nvidia's new RTX flagship, offering users a staggering 24GB of GDDR6X memory and performance levels which are enough for 8K gaming in many instances.
With the RTX 3090, Nvidia plans to offer performance levels which will more than exceed the capabilities of next-generation consoles, offering unheard-of performance levels. While this GPU will cost a lot at $1499, it is clear that this money goes somewhere. That 24GB of GDDR6X memory won't come cheap, and that larger than normal Founders Edition cooler will also cost a lot to manufacture. Add that to the flagship nature of this product and its industry-leading performance; it's clear why this product will cost as much as it does. This is a Titan-class product.
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