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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 Founders Edition – £1699.99

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Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 3090 is built using the same next-gen “Ampere” GA102 graphics processor as the GeForce RTX 3080, but it’s stuffed with more of everything—more CUDA cores, more RT and tensor cores, more SMs, more memory, a bigger memory bus, you name it. Check out our RTX 3080 review for a deeper look at Ampere’s most significant architectural changes, as we won’t be rehashing those GPU-level technical details here. You can also find more info about how the new RTX 30-series GPUs stacks up against the previous generation in our GeForce RTX 30-series vs. RTX 20-series spec comparison.

Here’s a high-level look at the GeForce RTX 3090’s insides:

  • CUDA cores: 10,496
  • Boost clock: 1.7GHz
  • Memory: 24GB GDDR6X
  • Memory bus: 384-bit
  • Memory bandwidth: 936 GBps
  • RT cores: 82 (2nd-gen)
  • Tensor cores: 328 (3rd-gen)
  • NVLink SLI: Yes
  • PCIe: Gen 4
  • HDMI: 2.1
  • HDCP: 2.3
  • Display connectors: 1x HDMI 2.1, 3x DisplayPort 1.4
  • Length: 12.3 inches
  • Width: 5.4 inches
  • Height: 3-slot
  • Maximum GPU temp: 93
  • Graphics card power: 350W
  • Recommended power supply: 750W
  • Power connectors: 2x 8-pin (with supplied 12-pin adapter)

By comparison, the RTX 3080 packs 68 SMs and 8,704 CUDA cores. That gives the GeForce RTX 3090 a 20-percent advantage in raw specs, though it’s worth noting that it is not 20 percent faster in every workload. The GeForce RTX 3080 offers roughly 85 to 90 percent of the RTX 3090’s 4K gaming performance at under half the cost, as you’ll see in our benchmarks later.

The upgraded RT and tensor cores in Ampere GPUs help with playing ray traced games at 1440p and 4K resolution, alleviating a concern with the RTX 20-series. But Nvidia’s new-look cores can make an even more tangible difference for creators. Several creative applications now support Nvidia’s OptiX technology, which lets them tap into the specialized capabilities of RT and tensor cores to speed up tasks. In addition to the raw denoising and ray tracing speed boosts in rendering tasks, the 2nd-gen RT cores inside the RTX 3090 now support hardware acceleration for ray-traced motion blur, and applications can now support Nvidia’s DLSS technology to speed up their real-time visualizations. The D5 Render tool for architects already supports DLSS.

 

 

Full Specs

GPU Engine Specs:NVIDIA CUDA® Cores10496
Boost Clock (GHz)1.70
Base Clock (GHz)1.40
Memory Specs:Standard Memory Config24 GB GDDR6X
Memory Interface Width384-bit
Technology Support:Ray Tracing Cores2nd Generation
Tensor Cores3rd Generation
NVIDIA ArchitectureAmpere
Microsoft DirectX® 12 UltimateYes
NVIDIA DLSSYes
PCI Express Gen 4Yes
Resizable BARYes
NVIDIA® GeForce ExperienceYes
NVIDIA AnselYes
NVIDIA FreeStyleYes
NVIDIA ShadowPlayYes
NVIDIA HighlightsYes
NVIDIA G-SYNC®Yes
Game Ready DriversYes
NVIDIA Studio DriversYes
NVIDIA GPU BoostYes
NVIDIA NVLink (SLI-Ready)Yes
Vulkan RT API, OpenGL 4.6Yes
HDMI 2.1Yes
DisplayPort 1.4aYes
NVIDIA Encoder7th Generation
NVIDIA Decoder5th Generation
VR ReadyYes
Display Support:Maximum Digital Resolution (1)7680×4320
Standard Display ConnectorsHDMI 2.1, 3x DisplayPort 1.4a
Multi Monitor4
HDCP2.3
Founders Edition Card Dimensions:Length12.3″ (313 mm)
Width5.4″ (138 mm)
Slot3-Slot
Founders Edition Thermal Power Specs:Maximum GPU Temperature (in C)93
Graphics Card Power (W)350
Recommended System Power (W) (2)750
Required Power Connectors2x PCIe 8-pin
(adapter to 1x 12-pin included)