Hello, I have the MSI Suprim X 3090 for a few days, before I had the 1080TI so far I noticed it doubled the framerate on my heavy scenes. I also can say I need to add fans to my case because its heating alot. No much response … not a lot off people have a card like this
What would be so intensive it would require a 3090? But, if you really need that kinda power, the forums will not help you, it is best to look elsewhere, likely in the overclocking community, as 3090s are a bit tricky to get your hands on. Heres a link to a list of 3090s if you want to try and make an educated guess. NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 Specs | TechPowerUp GPU Database
Sorry I just saw your reply, actually I work on Fortnite game trailers…and working remotely I was trying to decide on which version to get.
a 3080ti wouldn’t even open our scenes…anyhow I got the founders edition at the end
I have literally seen only negative topics about how the 3090 is only causing problems for the few who have them.
All of that is aside from the fact that having to spend $2k or more on a gfx is nuts as a general principle, and that feeding scalper trolls by buying them is about as useful to humanity as Yellowstone erupting or a meteorite of 5km hitting the globe…
Oh, and @Bits360
World Composition alone.
9tiles of 8km fills the buffer for a 1080ti with added vram. So maybe a 3090 could potentially handle something like 20 tiles… even that is probably still pushing it.
But it would help when working on splines for instance. If you are silly enough to do it in world composition instead of placing actual spines in persistent.
I would suggest converting your founder edition to water cooled - the parts for it should be avaliable…
A hybrid kit is only around $120 ( if you can find one ).
Back on the titans / 1080s they would cut the heat by 40% and mad eit possible to overclcok as well.
Doing it when you have never done anything like it before is probably like playing a majestic game of operation that can cost you $3k though.
Perhaps bringing it to a professional in that case would be best.
Then again, there’s probably youtube vids on that too.
In my opinion. It’s worth it just to get the fans not to spin all the time…
MSI 3090 here for 6 months or so. Let’s not talk about what I paid for it. Works extremely well on UE 4.26 and UE5ea. Though my projects are not huge. I paired it with a 5900x cpu. Decent performance. Really it’s only the 20gb memory over the 3080Ti’s 12gb. Other than that the 3080TI is very close to it. Keep an eye on temps when you first run them - but zero issues with mine so far. Any of the major brands should now be ok. If you find either at a not-insane price… get a lottery ticket as well!
As large of a case as you can manage. They do need decent airflow if aircooled - as mine is. Case - cpu - memory - power supply - all very important if you’re plugging in a 3080 or 3090. Really - 64gb system memory is - in my opinion - where you want to be, or more. 32 as an absolute minimum.