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If looking at PC sales only, I think it is pretty close.lol imagine thinking world of boring craft will outsell Elden ring, yeah right
Interesting the 4080 has a dedicated 103 die now rather than using the 104 die. That the xx80 class has used prior to the 3080.It's too bad the x70 got gimped this time as well, could've been such a sweet deal. The 4080 looking like the best overall option again. I guess we'll see if AMD can put up a fight, we still have no real leaks for them, or indeed for RT - which is the crucial part.
Biggest game release by volume this year on pc is world of Warcraft expansion without a doubt and it's Ray tracing in AMD works fine.
Probably not much wondering to be done: team green gets away with setting the narrative which lots of "independent" thinkers are willing to sheepishly follow!Based on the 256 and 128 bit bus of the 4080 and 4070 respectively it seems like Nvidia will have their own version of infinity cache. I wonder if people will go around saying these cards are being held back by their memory bandwidth and that Nvidia should just use a bigger bus .
The 4070 should have 12 gb. Any tier above that should have more. There’s the line in the sand.
Absolutely nil chance of those cards coming in at those price ranges.
We also havent had the repeated release thread yet stating when the 4xxx is out the 3xxx is EOL and wont play the latest games because Nvidia are not optimising the drivers anymore blah blah blah.
It's what I did with a 3060Ti FE, £369 and see how the next 6 months works out.tbh I'm looking at some of the prices on the 30xx series and starting to think about picking up a good value one of them to tide me over...
Got 2 systems mine has a 980Ti and the wife's has a 970 so contemplating nabbing a 3060 even for a pretty low price, shove it in the main rig and suddenly I will be able to get the most out of a whole bunch of games I've been waiting for a GPU upgrade to play (and I'm pretty sure even a 3060 will feel light-years ahead of the 980Ti) and then at some point down the road if/when I feel I need to I can upgrade that to something better and the 3060 can replace my wife's 970. But can't decide if that's just a really dumb idea