MSI RTX 3080 and RTX 3090 SUPRIM X Review

Temperatures and Power Draw

MSI RTX 3080 and RTX 3090 SUPRIM X

Temperatures and Power Draw

Modern graphics cards no longer rely upon the user to overclock them, as the drivers now make the most of any spare power or thermal headroom available to boost the clocks to give the smoothest performance. Thus the temperature graph is a little less important than it used to be unless the manufacturer has created a godly cooler, whilst Power Draw is fun on your energy bill, but most of us just care about performance rather than a handful of Watts here and there. With slight variance in ambient temperatures we're also including the delta temperature too, so you know exactly how well the card performs relative to the air temperature. The RTX 3090 is certainly a thirsty bugger.

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12-01-2021, 17:32:44

Gothmoth
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As stock starts to finally get on shelves a lot

aha.. "a lot".
too bad not here.

cheapest RTX 3070 that is available and i can buy today is 804 euro. by coincidence it is a suprim.
that´s fair i guess.

https://i.imgur.com/kexZa7J.jpg


not that i would want to buy a 8GB RTX 3070.. but 3080 looks even worse.
but good to hear UK gets a lot of RTX 3xxx series in stock.Quote

20-01-2021, 13:59:16

Gothmoth

20-01-2021, 16:22:30

tinytomlogan
A lot of it is due to shipping issues we have raised in the news a lot recentlyQuote

20-01-2021, 17:30:30

Gothmoth
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Originally Posted by tinytomlogan View Post
A lot of it is due to shipping issues we have raised in the news a lot recently



if it is shipping issues there should be a ton of cards on containerships and in warehouses?


but i doubt that shipping issues are really the problem.


i have bought stuff on ebay the last months that ships from china and it arrived in time.Quote

20-01-2021, 18:22:18

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by Gothmoth View Post
if it is shipping issues there should be a ton of cards on containerships and in warehouses?


but i doubt that shipping issues are really the problem.


i have bought stuff on ebay the last months that ships from china and it arrived in time.
It's the shipping. Covid has taken its toll, and shipping is the biggest issue. You can't compare several containers to something you bought on Ebay that goes into a postman's sack, then probably on a plane, then your postman brings it to you. The whole logistics of shipping right now is a nightmare.

This is why I bought my computer as soon as I knew this stuff was happening (March). As it stands? I couldn't buy it again for the same price some 10 months later.

Because of all of the hoops shipping companies are now having to jump through and less shipments going the price has gone up. And that is without even going back to supply, which again will suffer when something like this is going on.Quote
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