Rendering 2080 Ti VS 3080 - Tested

Fatiheksi

Member
First of all, hello everyone.

I've been working with a 2080 Ti graphics card for about a year. My CPU is 10700k 3.8 GHZ and 64gb ram

Today I bought the GIGABYTE GeForce RTX 3080 GAMING OC 10G graphics card and tested it.

result:
A complex 10-second 30fps animation.
23 Minutes 2080 Ti
21 Minutes 3080

I could not figure out why the difference was so small.
Or I do not know much about this things.
There are in gtx 3080 8704 cuda cores,,
and There are only 4352 cuda cores in gtx 2080 ti.
the difference is only 2 minutes ...

what did i do wrong Or is this data correct?
 

Peter S

Member
First of all, hello everyone.

I've been working with a 2080 Ti graphics card for about a year. My CPU is 10700k 3.8 GHZ and 64gb ram

Today I bought the GIGABYTE GeForce RTX 3080 GAMING OC 10G graphics card and tested it.

result:
A complex 10-second 30fps animation.
23 Minutes 2080 Ti
21 Minutes 3080

I could not figure out why the difference was so small.
Or I do not know much about this things.
There are in gtx 3080 8704 cuda cores,,
and There are only 4352 cuda cores in gtx 2080 ti.
the difference is only 2 minutes ...

what did i do wrong Or is this data correct?
I was also wondering what advantage there would be over these 2 cards...I would really like to see more results though as a better sample.
I know little about what difference between the increased cuda core number makes in Lumion, but there also appears to be a small difference in their respective passmarks. Video Card RAM seems to have a greater impact upon card performance in Lumion
The 2080Ti has 11Gb RAM compared to 10Gb in the 3080...Both have the same GDDR6X memory.
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yb3d

Member
I had the same disappointment last year between the 1080ti and the 2080ti but this is even worse.....

I think it's simply the 3080 which is not much more powerful than the 2080ti if you don't use raytracing.
Or maybe it's Lumion that can't use all the power of this new generation of cards, we'll see if Lumion 11 changes the deal.
 

sbelford

New member
Well the results make sense and follow the last 6 generations of cards. The mid level cards of the new generation are basically the same as the highest tier cards of the previous generations. So the 3080 would be about the same as the 2080ti. This year they all got a bump in performance so the 3080 is just a hair faster. 3090 is basically the Titan version. Real card you will want if they produce it will be the 3080ti. Were the RTX 3000 series really shine is in ray tracing, the 3080 in Unreal Engine is ridiculously fast. Maybe you will get a benefit from Lumion 11 and we will all be surprised to see ray tracing in it, but my guess is we wont because that would limit upgrades for alot of people and companies.
 

Atel

Member
Much improvement in other renders using raytracing. Since lumion 10 is not using raytacing, dlss 2.0 i think the improvement is much less. Maybe lumion 11 will change this and have better support for the new generation cards. Lets hope for the best!
 

Gregmiles12

Member
I was also wondering what advantage there would be over these 2 cards...I would really like to see more results though as a better sample.
I know little about what difference between the increased cuda core number makes in Lumion, but there also appears to be a small difference in their respective passmarks. Video Card RAM seems to have a greater impact upon card performance in Lumion
The 2080Ti has 11Gb RAM compared to 10Gb in the 3080...Both have the same GDDR6X memory.
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The 2080 TI actually only uses GDDR6 while the 3080 uses GDDR6X. The variant with X only came out recently.
 

Morten

Administrator
Staff member
If you buy an RTX 3080, you're basically getting a slightly faster 2080 Ti but for $699 instead of $1200+.

As it is right now, the 'real' (RTX 3090) upgrade over the RTX 2080 Ti is reserved for people with very deep pockets.

That being said, I would also be surprised if NVIDIA doesn't release an RTX 3080 Ti to bridge the gap between the RTX 3080 and the 3090.

The question is what the price will be. I'm guessing somewhere around the $1200+ mark again but with higher onboard memory versions for more money.

Either way, let's hope they release an RTX 3080 Ti sooner rather than later to give people more choice.

Perhaps they're waiting to see AMD's next-gen graphics card line-up on 28 Oct.
 

Peter

Administrator
Staff member
So for the RTX 3090 v RTX 2080 Ti that is a difference of 8:45 = 40% faster (Note: at 4K).

It's a shame that as yet the increases in core processors is not directly translating into raw render savings:
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dreiD-artist

New member
If you buy an RTX 3080, you're basically getting a slightly faster 2080 Ti but for $699 instead of $1200+.

As it is right now, the 'real' (RTX 3090) upgrade over the RTX 2080 Ti is reserved for people with very deep pockets.

That being said, I would also be surprised if NVIDIA doesn't release an RTX 3080 Ti to bridge the gap between the RTX 3080 and the 3090.

The question is what the price will be. I'm guessing somewhere around the $1200+ mark again but with higher onboard memory versions for more money.

Either way, let's hope they release an RTX 3080 Ti sooner rather than later to give people more choice.

Perhaps they're waiting to see AMD's next-gen graphics card line-up on 28 Oct.
This!
Still waiting on nearby Station for the Hypetrain to RTX 3080. With 10GB this Train will never arrives. 😋
 
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