NVIDIA RTX 4080 16GB graphics card 3DMark Time Spy results exposure

Chiphell user @panzerlied released the 3DMark Time Spy Extreme test results of the RTX 4080 yesterday, showing that this graphics card for only 9499 yuan is stronger than the previous generation Kahuang 3090Ti.

Now, he has given 3DMark Time Spy results. From the picture, we can see that this graphics card is similar to the 4090, and it can also reach or even exceed 3.0GHz (default 2510MHz) when roasting. Of course, NVIDIA itself has previously confirmed a high frequency of 2.85GHz on its Founders Edition.

To put it simply, compared to Time Spy Extreme, TimeSpy is mainly a low-resolution (1440p and 2160p) test, which is relatively more in line with the habits of e-sports players. Also, this test usually unlocks the GPU for a higher frequency, so it will show the difference more than a high configuration.

Looking directly at the conclusion, the RTX 4080 16GB he got uses 1.4GHz video memory, which can provide 22.4Gbps bandwidth, plus 3.0GHz frequency and 333W peak power consumption (TGP rated power 290W, official TBP reference power consumption 320W), the performance is 60~64% higher than RTX 3080 10GB, 57% higher than RTX 3080 12GB, and 32% higher than RTX 3090 Ti. At this time, the maximum temperature is 60.8°C, and the hot spot is 75.4°C.

Nvidia launched the  16 GB and 12 GB versions of the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080 last month, with official suggested prices of 9,499 yuan and 7,199 yuan, respectively. The two graphics cards have different CUDA cores and different GPU chips. The reference power consumption is 320W and 350W respectively.

The RTX 4080 16GB has 9728 CUDA cores and 16 GB of high-speed Micron GDDR6X video memory, and the performance in modern games can reach 2 times that of the GeForce RTX 3080 Ti; the performance is more powerful than the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti at lower power.

PS: At present, the RTX 3080 channel quotation is about 4500~5000 yuan, and the suggested retail price is 5499 yuan, while the RTX 4080 16GB is 4000 yuan higher than the 3080, which is about 73%.

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