More or less, yes. This actually seems to be the case for the lineup with the expected diminishing returns for the increased costs as you move to the 4090.
Hysterical people with tin foil hats claim this is a careful 4D chess move by nVidia to rid of increased 30-series stock. I just think they saw what scalpers did and adjusted prices accordingly
Let's see how the AMD RX7000 series cards perform. Even though I would not buy an AMD card, it should drive down the prices of the RTX3000 series card. If a RTX3090 hits $600 used I'll probably get one to upgrade. My monitor is only 2.5K resolution, so no need for the RTX4000 cards.
666w? They lost the opportunity to call it, like, "The Power of Lucifer Edition" or something.666W !!!!!!!!
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IMO that was already true for the 4090/4080... and a huge bunch of other processors, GPUs etc.That’s just stupid…
yeah... and nvidia seems to be out-netbursting-intel despite the fact that intel themselves are trying to do just that with their current processor lineup as well! 250 W mainstream desktop CPU anyone? YEAH WHY NOT STUPID CLOWNSAt that point the computer becomes a daughterboard for the GPU. Nvidia's really out there trying to out-NetBurst intel
oh totally true, you're right!the latest processors are more efficient than the previous generation.