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NVIDIA shares first 8K gaming benchmarks for its Ampere RTX 3090 GPU

NVIDIA officially revealed yesterday its Ampere RTX 30 series graphics cards. The top of the line product will be the RTX3090 which will cost $1499 and will be the new Titan GPU. And NVIDIA has just released some first-party gaming benchmarks in 8K resolution.

According to these benchmarks, the NVIDIA GeForce RTX3090 will be able to offer an average of 60fps in 8K. That is obviously in games that support DLSS. Still, and perhaps for the first time on a single GPU, 8K gaming will be possible.

Going into more details, the NVIDIA GeForce RTX3090 is able to push an average of 78fps in Death Stranding on High settings in 8K with DLSS. Furthermore, Control can come close to a 60fps experience with an average of 57fps. Without DLSS, this GPU is able to push an average of 78fps in Forza Horizon 4. It can also offer 72fps in Rainbow Six Siege.

Needless to say that the NVIDIA GeForce RTX3090 will be a beast. This GPU will be almost double the price of the RTX3080, and we don’t even know how much the custom models will cost.

NVIDIA has also confirmed that there will be third-party reviews/benchmarks for its Ampere GPUs. However, these reviews are embargoed and we don’t know when these embargoes will be lifted.

Stay tuned for more!

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