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ZOTAC GAMING RTX 3080 Trinity OC 10GB Graphics Card Review

The ZOTAC RTX 3080 Trinity shows us the most basic form of the GA-102 but coupled with good cooling, this reference card is an easy, drop-in upgrade for anyone jumping on the RTX 3080 wave.

This section is borrowed from our NVIDIA RTX 3080 Founders Edition review and is used here for clarification and reference.

There’s no denying it, we’re not seeing the performance promise we many have initially and that’s the crux of the matter for the RTX 3080. It is a generational leap in performance, but to use word “greatest generational leap” is a bit circumstantial.

Most of our benchmarks and games are selected primarily to neutralize any proprietary technology. As the chart above shows, DLSS on the RTX 3080 suddenly puts us in 100FPS+ territory vs. the 2080 Ti. This puts NVIDIA’s promise to perspective: more than twice the performance of the RTX 2080 Ti is indeed possible, but only in situations wherein the technology of the RTX 3080 can be taken advantage off.

That puts us in a dilemma. From a price perspective, the RTX 3080 does present a visible performance uplift in most games but in general, this is a small increase compared to what initially expected and NVIDIA might’ve expected this and used the pricing to offset expectation. Given that, the main take here is that NVIDIA is pushing for DLSS and raytraced games given the amount titles they provided us during the testing of these cards. A

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