A Ti version of this midrange card would help it best the prior generation flagship on paper, and upgraded specifications will help Nvidia stay competitive in this segment against upcoming offerings from rival AMD.
Nvidia Broadcast is a new suite of tools for gamers that want to make their livestreams look and sound more professional without the need to buy expensive additional hardware like a greenscreen and noise-absorbing panels, utilising the AI Tensor cores of the company's RTX GPUs to perform audio and video magic.
While rumors that Nvidia was working on an ultra-powerful RTX 3090 have been around for a while, many people (including us) struggled to believe them.
Over in the United States (we're still waiting for local pricing on this), the RTX 3070 will set you back $499. For the new RTX 30 series of GPUs, Asus has completely redesigned the cards.
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The new GPUs promise to provide twice the performance and almost twice the power efficiency of previous versions.
If we don't know pricing details for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X yet, a $500 or $600 launch price now seems pretty reasonable compared to a $699 GeForce RTX 3080 GPU. Thankfully, we won't have to wait too long to get it either, as the RTX 3090 release date is just around the corner. The company released a handy diagram showing what you'll need from a PSU in order to use the new lineup of graphics cards. Even more impressive is the fact that it offers better performance at nearly half of the RTX 2080 Ti price at the time of its launch.
Nvidia recently unveiled the first of its next-generation GPUs titled the 'GeForce RTX 30 series'. The new card is capable of delivering 36 Shader-TFLOPS, 69 RT-TFLOPS for ray tracing, and 285 Tensor-TFLOPS for critical AI-related tasks such as deep learning super-sampling (DLSS). The RTX 3090 has a staggering 0,496 CUDA cores and will run at a boost clock speed of 1,700MHz.
Finally, MSI employees in a recent broadcast aligned with the above, thus confirming the global nature of the ban on pre-orders for this series of graphics cards. Though it costs a lot less than its higher-end brethren, the RTX 3070 is no slouch when it comes to gaming. It also 10x quieter than the TITAN RTX and achieves this by taking full advantage of the new cooling system, with a three-slot, dual-axial, flow-through design.
Which GPUs support Nvidia Broadcast? .