Nvidia announce new GeForce RTX 30 Series GPUs

Reasonably priced to boot!

When you just gotsta-have all the pixels look no further than Nvidia’s latest GeForce RTX 30 Series, landing in Australia September 17th!

Nvidia claim the new 3070, 3080 & monster 3090 GPUs will deliver at least twice the performance of it’s RTX 20 Series predecessors.

The RTX 3080 will be the first available, starting at what I’d consider a reasonable A$1,139 for Nvidia’s Founders Edition of the card. The card comes standard with 10GB of GDDR6X memory and is stated to pump out a consistent 4K @ 60fps with ease.

The RTX 3070 is due to land in October, though there’s no official date set meaning supply constraints may be an issue for the “budget” card, which starts at A$809.

Equipped with 8GB of GDDR6 memory the 3070 is will be a tempting upgrade for those who may have previously passed on the 20 Series and are itching for that ray-traced goodness now coming to Fortnite and Ubisoft’s upcoming feature Watch Dogs: Legion.

All eyes were on Nvidia’s beast-mode GPU, the RTX 3090 which consumes a crazy three-slots in your rig taking up 31.cm in length and 13.8cm width. HUGE! Designed for those having a use-case beyond the gaming sphere, the 3090 will set you back A$2,429.

 

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