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RTX 4090 Benchmark leaked


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Kopite7kimi was the first to report that the NVIDIA AD102 GPUs would be the first graphics chips to hit 100 TFLOPs of compute horsepower. Now the same leaker has shared the performance data in 3DMark Time Spy Extreme. According to the leaker, the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 will deliver a total graphics score of over 19,000 points in the Time Spy Extreme benchmark.

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NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 4090 graphics card offers nearly twice the performance of the RTX 3090 in the 3DMark Time Spy Extreme benchmark.

 

 

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Finally, some numbers. This doesn't seem far fetched to me, given the time frame, the die shrink, and the maturity of the architecture at this point. Looking forward to seeing what Intel and AMD can do as well. 

 

I think raster performance is going to be less and less important vs RT performance going forward. Maybe not right away, but moving the lighting from raster to RT processing is going to drop the need for raster performance, and performance in that area is already really strong on modern GPUs. So while this is an interesting benchmark, I am way more interested in seeing RT performance numbers. 

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4 hours ago, UltraMega said:
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NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 4090 graphics card offers nearly twice the performance of the RTX 3090 in the 3DMark Time Spy Extreme benchmark.

 

 

bench.jpg

 

Finally, some numbers. This doesn't seem far fetched to me, given the time frame, the die shrink, and the maturity of the architecture at this point. Looking forward to seeing what Intel and AMD can do as well. 

 

I think raster performance is going to be less and less important vs RT performance going forward. Maybe not right away, but moving the lighting from raster to RT processing is going to drop the need for raster performance, and performance in that area is already really strong on modern GPUs. So while this is an interesting benchmark, I am way more interested in seeing RT performance numbers. 

 

I definitely agree that a lot of performance should be gained using a proper node. Samsung 8nm was a derivative of 10nm and was definitely Nvidia going the cheapo route, and I suppose did make some sense given TSMC 7nm being overly used up by AMD and others. So moving from 8nm to I forget was it 5nm? 4nm? Anyway, should help a lot.

 

The one thing I am still wondering about though is the power draw.

 

Eh, one could argue RT is going to be a thing because Nvidia is forcing it to be a thing. I don't think we're anywhere near a spot yet where raster is not still an important thing to have, especially when put into the context of mainstream consumers not buying 3090 Ti tier cards. What will ultimately make sense in the future is if we get good enough for path tracing.

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9 hours ago, UltraMega said:
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NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 4090 graphics card offers nearly twice the performance of the RTX 3090 in the 3DMark Time Spy Extreme benchmark.

 

 

bench.jpg

 

Finally, some numbers. This doesn't seem far fetched to me, given the time frame, the die shrink, and the maturity of the architecture at this point. Looking forward to seeing what Intel and AMD can do as well. 

 

I think raster performance is going to be less and less important vs RT performance going forward. Maybe not right away, but moving the lighting from raster to RT processing is going to drop the need for raster performance, and performance in that area is already really strong on modern GPUs. So while this is an interesting benchmark, I am way more interested in seeing RT performance numbers. 

 

For me, the question re. 4090 / Ti purchase will primarily be re. 'applications', apart from the odd benching. FS2020 and CP2077 are the ones in my gaming folder that are the most demanding at 4K max eye candy, and my 3090 does quite well with those (for comparison, it scores well over 11.5k graphics in 3DM TSEx) - but there's a lot of room left before I exhaust 4K 120Hz on the OLED. That said, it already reaches well past 500W peak 🤪 ...even with a die shrink, 4090 / Tis are expected to exceed 600W in OC mode, given their rumored MHz speed.

 

There's also the question what AMD will do with RDNA3 as their RDNA3 top 'single' model is expected to give a 4080 a run for the money, but not a 4090 / Ti... Perhaps AMD will introduce a mGPU counterpart to the old 7990/8990s, but w/ mGPU appearing as a homogenous GPU to the driver (AMD filed some related patents a while back). 

 

Interesting times ahead in the GPU world, for sure...looking forward to the first full-fledged upper-level consumer cards getting reviewed (ie. Asus Strix & Co). 

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