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If you have upgraded your Nvidia 1080 Ti to the latest 3000 GPUs from Nvidia, what are your thoughts after upgrading?

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I upgraded from GTX 1080 (non-Ti), does that count?

I upgraded to RTX 3070, and I’m a little disappointed that the VRAM has remained the same (8GB in both cases). However, the new card is almost twice faster (+80% in 3DMark TimeSpy), and I play at 1080p, so the 8GB VRAM isn’t a problem for me.

Otherwise, finally I have hardware accelerated ray tracing, so I can start playing some games that I’ve been avoiding for the last several years (Control, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Metro Exodus), or that were basically unplayable regardless of settings (Quake 2 RTX). Each one of those games runs at 100 FPS or more, which is exactly what I’ve been waiting for – good framerates with raytracing enabled, on a card that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg (I mean, the RTX 3070 is not cheap, per se, but it’s a lot more reasonable than the RTX 2080 Ti, which was the only way to get good raytracing performance before 3000 series).

Update from several months later: of course, Cyberpunk 2077 had to come and make that 100–120 FPS a distant dream again  Still, though – the game is playable, so, I’m happy (even though I had to use DLSS to make sure it doesn’t dip below 60 FPS when raytracing is enabled).

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