There was a time when the gaming industry was a relative niche community in Pakistan. Well, these days the situation is flipped entirely on its head. We have a lot of partners, companies, and brands bringing their extensive gaming product ranges to Pakistan. This even includes high-end components.
Speaking of high-end, nothing gets much better than the RTX 3090 when it comes to graphics, at least for the time being. Nvidia’s new RTX 3000 series is extremely powerful, and truly a sight to behold. We haven’t seen a generational jump this big in quite a while now.
Fortunately, the RTX 3090 cards are starting to make their way into Pakistan. You already know that this is the fastest GPU available, but here’s a quick breakdown to refresh your memory.
The flagship RTX 3090 uses Nvidia’s new 8nm Ampere architecture. The foundry behind these amazing chips is none other than Samsung. It uses the blazing-fast GDDR6X memory, which has much higher bandwidth. 24 gigs of that speedy VRAM is onboard here. It also uses the brand new PCIe 4.0 Bus interface. It has a base clock of 1395MHz and a boost clock of 1695MHz.
We know that numbers aren’t everything, but you can’t help but be impressed by the RTX 3090’s incredible spec-sheet.
The RTX 3090 is an overkill graphics card when it comes to raw performance. You can throw extremely high-end gaming like Microsoft Flight Simulator and Crysis: Remastered at it. So yes, it can run Crysis. If you want to put together the best gaming rig money can buy, the RTX 3090 is the best graphics card available in Pakistan.
We’re looking at easily 60 frames per second at 4K, and 8K could finally be possible. Of course, take that with a grain of salt, but it’s incredible how far graphical fidelity and performance have come over the years. It doesn’t matter if you want a cinematic or high refresh-rate experience, the 3090 can handle it all.
Nvidia has been heavily marketing real-time ray tracing and DLSS ever since the RTX 2000 series launched. Well, you’ll be happy to know that both of these features work even better in Ampere. And what better card to show it all of than the RTX 3090?
Real-time ray tracing is impressive to look at. It’s not the same type of jump we saw when we went from 2D to 3D games, but it’s close. It dynamically changes the way we view lighting inside in-game environments. The 3090 can handle real-time ray tracing at 4K to create a beautifully vivid cinematic experience. DLSS also works incredibly well. While some games are playable at native 8K, DLSS makes the entire experience much smoother.
As you probably know, DLSS is a form of supersampling. It renders the internal resolution normally but upscales it to a higher resolution with the help of some very clever AI. We won’t get into the semantics, but it’s impressive how well DLSS works. While 8K isn’t exactly common right now, it is possible with the RTX 3090.
Nvidia knows that this RTX 3090 marketed as a gaming card, can work just as well when used as a workstation card. In fact, it’s one of the best GPUs ever made with productivity in mind. It absolutely dominates in productivity tasks like Blender CUDA, Blender Optix, V-ray, and SPECviewperf.
Simply put, this is a great all-rounder card. If you do anything that remotely needs GPU horsepower like video rendering, CAD, 3D modeling, or anything similar, the 3090 is perfect for that.
Well, that should give you an idea of the relative performance and number-crunching scores the RTX 3090 provides. It’s not for the average consumer, but for people who need all that extra horsepower, it is an absolutely impressive piece of gear for any rig.
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