A new filter benchmark from Blender shows that the GeForce RTX 3090 offers much better performance than the RTX 3080, as previously rumored. These new figures seem to be better than expected for the new beast from NVIDIA.
It is clearly evident from the data shown that the RTX 3090 is at least 20% ahead of the RTX 3080. Of course, it was expected that this would happen, since NVIDIA’s flagship graphics card offers 10496 CUDA cores (1.2 times the cores of the 3080).
According to the latest data from Blender, the next graphics card is not only 20% ahead of the RTX 3080; the rendering times of the Geforce Amp 3090 (measured in milliseconds) are 15-23% faster than those of its younger counterparts.
It should be noted that the RTX 3090 is not just designed for optimal performance in video games. It is also aimed at professional content creators who use applications such as Maya, Octane Render, DaVinci Resolve, Premiere, After Effects, and others. It is therefore expected that the performance will be even more than 20% compared to the RTX 3080.
This Thursday the RTX 3090 will be available. This is the top of the current GeForce amp family of gaming graphics cards, targeting 8K 60FPS games.
According to the official specifications, the 3090 has a power consumption of 350 watts in thermal design, which is 30 watts more than the RTX 3080, 130 watts more than the RTX 3070, and 70 watts more than the TITAN RTX.
The GeForce RTX 3090 will cost over twice as compared to the RTX 3080.