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Date: Mon, 7 Sep 2020 03:17:13 -0500
From: David Sutherland <>
Subject: Re: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3000 Series Performance

thanks. both helpful responses for me.

On Mon, Sep 7, 2020 at 3:14 AM Lukas Odzioba <>

> pon., 7 wrz 2020 o 08:57 Anatoly Pugachev <> napisaƂ(a):
> > some of the cuda performance stats released
> >
> It is hard to guesstimate from it. During hashing we care about
> integer performance and a lot of those numbers are based on floating
> point operations, which find the most use in 3d graphics - that's why
> you can find a theoretical number of "flops" of a given GPU quite
> easily, but not a number of integer operations per second.
> BTW 3090 doesn't seem to make sense because for the same price you can
> go double 3080, or triple 3070.
> And as most of the Internet speculates 3000 should be pretty decent
> because it jumps from 12nm to 8nm and includes architectural changes
> at the same time.
> By the end of September, there should be some benchmarks available to
> answer your question without speculating.
> Personally I'd wait for BigNavi, competition is usually good for your
> wallet.
> Thanks,
> Lukas

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