The big announcements regarding the new generation of graphics cards should be about to happen, both from NVIDIA as well as from AMD, that is, we will have news most likely between August and September. However, while the official news does not appear, we always have the ‘leaks’ to satisfy our curiosity.
GeForce RTX 3090: 50% faster than the current RTX 2080 Ti!
Therefore, today’s leak reaches the Internet through the hands of KatCorgi, who published a tweet saying: “The RTX 3090 can count on a performance increase of up to 50% in TimeSpy Extreme”. Which makes perfect sense if we take into account all the leaks so far, since the expected increase in performance of the new high-end board is between 50 and 70%. Be it called RTX 3080 Ti or RTX 3090.
That said, we must not forget that the new graphics card from AMD based on the 7nm RDNA 2 architecture should also offer a performance increase between 40 and 50% compared to the current RTX 2080 Ti. That is, if this is really true , we are finally going to have a graphics card war in the higher ranges! Which in turn could result in a price war!
However, it seems that the launch of DLSS 3.0 technology (which should have the ability to work in any and all games), could ruin AMD’s chances in this attempt to ‘steal’ the throne of graphics performance.
Huawei Mate Xs: So … Is that the goal of having a foldable smartphone after all?
Huawei and Samsung went into a real war to see who could launch the first foldable in the smartphone market! A type of device that promises to be the great future of this segment! By guaranteeing the best of both worlds, portability and the possibility of having a large screen. (In the case of the Galaxy Z Flip, the focus is really on portability)
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