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    Rumoured Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 Super has 10752 CUDA cores

    Purported new top-end consumer Ampere card will eat 400W or more.
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    Re: Rumoured Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 Super has 10752 CUDA cores

    doesn't look value for money tbh

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    Re: Rumoured Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 Super has 10752 CUDA cores

    Quote Originally Posted by AnonAnon View Post
    doesn't look value for money tbh
    I think that's the given

    The power hike is the interesting bit - its already been shown how much that can help boost things, but even then..it still won't be worth it.

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    Re: Rumoured Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 Super has 10752 CUDA cores

    I guess it depends on what you need, but I don't need even standard 3090, let alone Super, and no way am I paying anything like current 3090 prices, let alone even more.

    A Super will, IMHO, be either a pretty niche product, or for those where money is no object. Or more likely, both.
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    Re: Rumoured Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 Super has 10752 CUDA cores

    Its easy to see what Nvidia is doing here. They will replace the RTX3090 eventually with the RTX3090 Super at a higher RRP. Then one by one they will eventually replace the other models with Super variants - will be interesting to see if RRPs will rise too,especially for the "new" RTX3060 and RTX3070 variants we will eventually see.

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    Re: Rumoured Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 Super has 10752 CUDA cores

    Super were previously matching RRP for a mid-cycle bump of around 8-10% performance, which was fair enough. Now we're looking at 10% (if we're lucky), for a price bump, 1 year later...

    I wonder where they will position the "Super" models in comparison to the "Ti" models, both in terms of stated MRRP and Performance. We've not really had them in direct competition before, except for the 1660 I suppose, which would suggest they slot just below the Ti variant but close to the Vanilla MRRP ....so 3060 Super at £349, with performance 3-4% below the 3060 Ti ....this can all be yours for 1 minute, sometime in October/November.

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    Re: Rumoured Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 Super has 10752 CUDA cores

    Quote Originally Posted by cptwhite_uk View Post
    Super were previously matching RRP for a mid-cycle bump of around 8-10% performance, which was fair enough. Now we're looking at 10% (if we're lucky), for a price bump, 1 year later...
    Remember,Turing followed the last mining Gold Rush too,and after Nvidia/AMD saw their GPUs go for more than RRP,we had both companies jack up prices. Nvidia literally made sure Pascal soldout at RRP. Even the RX5700XT in specifications was more a successor to the RX590(similar die size) but priced closer to an RTX2070,as Nvidia jacked up pricing.

    It will be interesting to see GPU pricing next year!

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    Re: Rumoured Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 Super has 10752 CUDA cores

    Quote Originally Posted by CAT-THE-FIFTH View Post
    Its easy to see what Nvidia is doing here. They will replace the RTX3090 eventually with the RTX3090 Super at a higher RRP. Then one by one they will eventually replace the other models with Super variants - will be interesting to see if RRPs will rise too,especially for the "new" RTX3060 and RTX3070 variants we will eventually see.
    Yes I agree. Given the supply situation is not changing, I can't see the business sense in *not* rising prices - they could still keep the MSRP just under the equivalent AIB cards MSRP (and way under current retail!) and they will still sell out in seconds, or less.

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    Re: Rumoured Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 Super has 10752 CUDA cores

    What's this one going for then, a little under two grand ? If 3090 is what 1400 from them direct, they've got to want at least 40& more money for 5-10& more performance

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    Re: Rumoured Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 Super has 10752 CUDA cores

    stock shortages high prices & new cards i smell.....

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    Re: Rumoured Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 Super has 10752 CUDA cores

    Quote Originally Posted by kryton666 View Post
    stock shortages high prices & new cards i smell.....
    So do i, but i think that's to do with last nights dinner.

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    Re: Rumoured Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 Super has 10752 CUDA cores

    Quote Originally Posted by AnonAnon View Post
    doesn't look value for money tbh
    It does if you need the a6000 specs

    Personally, as expensive as this will likely be, it is still a relative bargain for people that use 3D cad etc. Would be even better if they decide to double the vram to 48 like on the A6000

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    Re: Rumoured Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 Super has 10752 CUDA cores

    Quote Originally Posted by LSG501 View Post
    It does if you need the a6000 specs

    Personally, as expensive as this will likely be, it is still a relative bargain for people that use 3D cad etc. Would be even better if they decide to double the vram to 48 like on the A6000
    Didn't Linus test the 3090 with the software aimed in this area? It didn't do so well as the "non professional" version. I wouldn't expect the 3090 Super to be any different, regardless of having the full implementation of the 102. This is purely for bragging rights / increasing profit margins for Nvidia. It'll be far more interesting to see if the "Super" refresh replaces the stock cards at the same price, similar to the 2xxx series, especially as this time around we also have Ti variants. Be interesting to see where in the product stack they would fit with that in mind.

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    Re: Rumoured Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 Super has 10752 CUDA cores

    I buy one, if they cut off like 30% of the price.

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    Re: Rumoured Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 Super has 10752 CUDA cores

    Quote Originally Posted by Iota View Post
    Didn't Linus test the 3090 with the software aimed in this area? It didn't do so well as the "non professional" version.
    Honestly apart from a few specific 3D programs which deliberately code to nerf geforce (solidworks partially does it, siemens does it for example) there is literally no difference in performance, in fact geforce is usually a little faster due to faster clocks etc. Autodesk even use direct X as their primary graphics now instead of opengl and from my own experience of their software I honestly can't tell the difference between a geforce and a quadro if you stick within the geforce vram amounts (more ram is good for massive scenes when rendering).

    There are obviously some benefits to quadro, more ram on the highest tier cards, better support etc but for a freelancer the savings are worth it imo and, touch wood, I've never come across an issue using geforce in the software I use. If you're a huge multi user business with money to burn, then most would agree you'd be better grabbing a quadro, purely for the support side of things.

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    Re: Rumoured Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 Super has 10752 CUDA cores

    Well can somone tell me if a 6900XT is not a better deal?

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