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    Re: Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 Ti performance slide leaks

    Quote Originally Posted by kalniel View Post
    What's 'entry-level' about it in your view? It looks like it's performing at the level of the 2080 Super, which was right near the top of the tree up till recently. It'll do 1440p at max settings most likely, and there will be a whole suit of cards further down the stack.
    Guessing he means the entry level in the 30xx range. if you want all the bells and whistles that comes with 30xx, this is the cheapest you are going to get them.

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    Re: Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 Ti performance slide leaks

    Quote Originally Posted by ik9000 View Post
    anyone heard anymore about the other offerings? Intel Xe seems to be radio silent as usual and have the new AMD cards officially launched yet?
    I think that's an enforced radio silence as Raja got on his usual big marketing spiel (like he has done regularly with AMD products and they don't live up to expectations, i.e. Fury, Vega, R7) with all the odyssey stuff, marketing events etc. I think someone in Intel yanked a chokechain.

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    Re: Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 Ti performance slide leaks

    Quote Originally Posted by stubbadub View Post
    Guessing he means the entry level in the 30xx range. if you want all the bells and whistles that comes with 30xx, this is the cheapest you are going to get them.
    You don't think they're going to release a 3060. Or 3050ti. Or 3050?

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    Re: Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 Ti performance slide leaks

    Quote Originally Posted by JamesP91 View Post
    Any idea on UK pricing, or will it be effectively $1 = £1 again?
    ever since Brexit tanked the pound it'll be $1 = £1 or probably worse.

    Nice for a series 3000 card still but I'm betting on RED

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    Re: Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 Ti performance slide leaks

    As someone looking to get a new card but not wanting to splurge for a 3070 tier card - I do wonder if the used market will ever drop to match performance, because right now the 2080 seems to be going strong. Surely at some point they have to drop and at that point I'm unsure which of a used card and a 3060 ti would be a better deal.

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    Re: Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 Ti performance slide leaks

    Quote Originally Posted by zain6267 View Post
    As someone looking to get a new card but not wanting to splurge for a 3070 tier card - I do wonder if the used market will ever drop to match performance, because right now the 2080 seems to be going strong. Surely at some point they have to drop and at that point I'm unsure which of a used card and a 3060 ti would be a better deal.
    Yeah they will - but only when you can actually buy better cards for the money. Right now you can't. Spring next year would be a good time to look for a 2080 performance level card.

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    Re: Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 Ti performance slide leaks

    Quote Originally Posted by JamesP91 View Post
    Any idea on UK pricing, or will it be effectively $1 = £1 again?
    US prices don't include sales tax (it's added at the checkout).
    Exchange rate is currently around $1.30 to £1, but we need to add 20% VAT, so $400 price should end up around £360-£370 (I think)

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    Re: Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 Ti performance slide leaks

    On the subject of Intel and others... Y'know what might be a dark horse in a couple of years... Apple. I've been reading the latest Anandtech article on their M1 chip (actual one, not preview) and they have a seriously good foundation. They have an integrated GPU which pretty much nips at the heels of the low end discrete. And all in a decent power envelope.

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    Re: Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 Ti performance slide leaks

    Quote Originally Posted by philehidiot View Post
    On the subject of Intel and others... Y'know what might be a dark horse in a couple of years... Apple. I've been reading the latest Anandtech article on their M1 chip (actual one, not preview) and they have a seriously good foundation. They have an integrated GPU which pretty much nips at the heels of the low end discrete. And all in a decent power envelope.
    I'd be surprised if they did a version capable of being used in the Windows 10 environment, could see it happening for Apple Macs or even a Linux distro PC though.

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    Re: Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 Ti performance slide leaks

    Quote Originally Posted by Iota View Post
    I'd be surprised if they did a version capable of being used in the Windows 10 environment, could see it happening for Apple Macs or even a Linux distro PC though.
    Or any version outside one that supports their own 'proprietary' metal framework for that matter.

    While the m1 seems to perform ok in tests (beats a 1050ti etc) the comparisons being made are versus things that are apparently in emulation, and as such slower, from what I'm seeing. I wonder how well it would actually perform in opengl (basically being killed off on mac os-x) or a more cross platform graphics engine like unreal.

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    Re: Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 Ti performance slide leaks

    Quote Originally Posted by kalniel View Post
    Only as long as a competitor doesn't take the custom away from them..
    Yeah but with EVERY tech product failing to satisfy demand.... can't see it being soon
    Old puter - still good enuff till I save some pennies!

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    Re: Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 Ti performance slide leaks

    Quote Originally Posted by philehidiot View Post
    On the subject of Intel and others... Y'know what might be a dark horse in a couple of years... Apple. I've been reading the latest Anandtech article on their M1 chip (actual one, not preview) and they have a seriously good foundation. They have an integrated GPU which pretty much nips at the heels of the low end discrete. And all in a decent power envelope.
    M1 chip integrates DRAM on CPU though. I'm not sure I'd like to be stuck at 16 gig max ram for a serious product cos that's all you're getting currently with an m1 chip. No upgrade path ever for ram. Also they are comparing an octa-core cpu with a quad-core from Intel. And realistically in the Air that was actually a 2c4t chip
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    Re: Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 Ti performance slide leaks

    Quote Originally Posted by 3dcandy View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by philehidiot View Post
    On the subject of Intel and others... Y'know what might be a dark horse in a couple of years... Apple. I've been reading the latest Anandtech article on their M1 chip (actual one, not preview) and they have a seriously good foundation. They have an integrated GPU which pretty much nips at the heels of the low end discrete. And all in a decent power envelope.
    M1 chip integrates DRAM on CPU though. I'm not sure I'd like to be stuck at 16 gig max ram for a serious product cos that's all you're getting currently with an m1 chip. No upgrade path ever for ram. Also they are comparing an octa-core cpu with a quad-core from Intel. And realistically in the Air that was actually a 2c4t chip
    I thought it was only the i3 they were 2c4t with the i5 and i7 options being 4c8t, also isn't the M1 basically two linked quad-core processors anyway (a quadcore Firestorm at 14w and a quadcore Icestorm at 1.3w.

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    Re: Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 Ti performance slide leaks

    1:1 price VS US market,,,,, i wish i could be so lucky

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    Re: Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 Ti performance slide leaks

    Quote Originally Posted by will19565 View Post
    I thought it was only the i3 they were 2c4t with the i5 and i7 options being 4c8t, also isn't the M1 basically two linked quad-core processors anyway (a quadcore Firestorm at 14w and a quadcore Icestorm at 1.3w.
    The M1 is the entry level Macbook Air AND Pro so was 2c4t on the Air.
    Yes basically the M1 is like you say but it also has the dram integrated and a few other enhancements. Biggest reason I think that the M1 is competitive is 5nm V 14nm+++++++++++ and integrated dram
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    Re: Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 Ti performance slide leaks

    Quote Originally Posted by 3dcandy View Post
    Biggest reason I think that the M1 is competitive is 5nm V 14nm+++++++++++ and integrated dram
    That Intel 14nm++++ is close to TSMC 10nm in specs, so we are looking at 2 nodes away from 5nm with from memory (fact check welcome) something like a 1.25 performance boost *if you stay at the same power usage level* between nodes. So compound improvement would be about 56%. That's significant, but I don't think detracts from M1 being a pretty good first outing and make me wonder what the heck M2 will be like.

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