The RTX 4090 continues to deliver performance as we’ve never seen before. According to a benchmark shared by leaker kopite7kimi, Nvidia’s next flagship will be 82% faster than the RTX 3090. Compared to the faster RTX 3090 Ti, gamers will be treated to a 66% jump, more than the leaks.
Some have just picked up an RTX 3000, while others are eagerly awaiting the RTX 4090. You can hardly blame them: one video card leak after another describes him as a true powerhouse. It’s also the entire range that should open up a whole new world of performance for gamers, as the recent leak of each model’s clock speeds shown.
In addition, it is again to the leaker kopite7kimi that we owe new information that makes the mouth water. And last but not least: a first benchmark, the holy grail of anyone who wants to compare the different models. This one shouldn’t disappoint, as the leaker announces that the RTX 4090 has achieved 19,000 points in 3DMark Time Spy Extreme.
The RTX 4090 will break all power records by far
If this score doesn’t mean anything to you, let’s take the time to put it into perspective. If we compare it with, for example, the RTX 3090, the RTX 4090 is therefore 82% more powerful. This is a giant leap in performance, even for a generational leap. The same result is on the side of the RTX 3090 Ti, the fastest graphics card at the moment.
The RTX 3090 blows it away with a 66% higher score, more than what was already announced by previous leaks. That said, it’s also important to take a step back. Indeed it is just one of many other benchmarks, the results may differ between the two. In addition, kopite7kimi does not indicate that the graphics card has been tested in some circumstances, so the score may drop if, for example, ray tracing is activated. One thing is for sure, the definitive answer will arrive by the end of the year when the RTX 4090 is released.
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