AUSU RTX 3090 GeForce RTX 3090 OC is also the flagship implementation of the RTX 3090 Ampere by ASUS.
The GeForce RTX 3090 by NVIDIA represents the pinnacle of the GeForce “Ampere” architecture for the client segment.
ASUS also builds on this technology with a product targeted at premium gaming PC builds.
And also overclockers, as the card offers many conveniences for both kinds of users.
The RTX 3090 also transcends the barrier between the gaming and also professional visualization markets.
Much like the TITAN brand of graphics cards, especially when combined with NVIDIA’s highly capable Studio drivers.
This begins to explain why NVIDIA referred to the RTX 3080 from last week as its “flagship” gaming product.
NVIDIA reshaped the top-end of its GeForce product stack with the RTX 30-series.
AUSU RTX 3090 is also designed to offer premium 4K UHD gaming with raytracing on, which should cover almost every gaming use-cases, hence the “flagship” badge.
It’s been extensively compared to the RTX 2080 Ti
Significance of RTX 3090 :
The RTX 3090, on the other hand, is being compared by NVIDIA to the $2,500 TITAN RTX, a “halo” product based on Turing.
What’s also new is also that both the RTX 3080 and also RTX 3090 share a common silicon under the hood.
alsoWhich is also the largest based on the GeForce “Ampere” architecture.
The GeForce Ampere architecture also uses the 2nd generation of NVIDIA’s path-breaking RTX technology.
Which introduced real-time also raytracing to the gaming segment.
NVIDIA perfected a way to combine conventional raster 3D rendering with certain real-time ray-traced elements, such as lighting, shadows, reflections, ambient-occlusion, and global-illumination.
Processing even these few elements required NVIDIA develop fixed-function hardware.
Ampere combines a new generation CUDA core that doubles FP32 throughput over Turing.
And performs concurrent RP32+INT32 operations, the company’s 2nd generation RT core, which has also double the performance over the previous generation, and also hardware to pull off raytraced motion-blur.
NVIDIA leverages AI for de-noising its raytraced elements and also features such as DLSS.
Find more details about the architecture in our NVIDIA Ampere Architecture article.
As we mentioned earlier, this is based on the same silicon as the RTX 3080—the 8 nm “GA102.”
The RTX 3090 nearly maxes this chip out by enabling all but one TPC (two SMs) on the chip, resulting in a CUDA core count of 10,496, along with 328 Tensor cores, 82 RT cores, 328 TMUs, and 112 ROPs.
The AUSU RTX 3090 maxes out the 384-bit wide GDDR6X memory interface of the “GA102” and comes with 24 GB of memory.
This memory is ticking at the highest memory frequency in NVIDIA’s product stack, 19.5 Gbps, which works out to an astounding 940 GB/s of memory bandwidth,and took expensive HBM2E solutions in the past.
|GTX 1080 TI||$650||3584||88||1481 MHz||1582 MHz||1376 MHz||GP102||12000M||11 GB, GDDR5X, 352-bit|
|RX 5700 XT||$370||2560||64||1605 MHz||1755 MHz||1750 MHz||Navi 10||10300M||8 GB, GDDR6, 256-bit|
|RTX 2070||$340||2304||64||1410 MHz||1620 MHz||1750 MHz||TU106||10800M||8 GB, GDDR6, 256-bit|
|RTX 2070 SUPER||$450||2560||64||1605 MHz||1770 MHz||1750 MHz||TU104||13600M||8 GB, GDDR6, 256-bit|
|RADEON VII||$680||3840||64||1802 MHz||N/A||1000 MHz||Vega 20||13230M||16 GB, HBM2, 4096-bit|
|RTX 2080||$600||2944||64||1515 MHz||1710 MHz||1750 MHz||TU104||13600M||8 GB, GDDR6, 256-bit|
|RTX 2080 SUPER||$690||3072||64||1650 MHz||1815 MHz||1940 MHz||TU104||13600M||8 GB, GDDR6, 256-bit|
|RTX 2080 TI||$1000||4352||88||1350 MHz||1545 MHz||1750 MHz||TU102||18600M||11 GB, GDDR6, 352-bit|
|RTX 3070||$500||5888||96||1500 MHz||1725 MHz||1750 MHz||GA104||17400M||8 GB, GDDR6, 256-bit|
|RTX 3080||$700||8704||96||1440 MHz||1710 MHz||1188 MHz||GA102||28000M||10 GB, GDDR6X, 320-bit|
|RTX 3090||$1500||10496||112||1395 MHz||1695 MHz||1219 MHz||GA102||28000M||24 GB, GDDR6X, 384-bit|
|ASUS RTX 3090
|$1800||10496||112||1395 MHz||1860 MHz||1219 MHz||GA102||28000M||24 GB, GDDR6X, 384-bit|