If you believe Nvidia, its upcoming GeForce RTX 4000 graphics cards will offer a two- to four-times performance increase over its last-generation GPUs.
But a benchmark from the company is poking a hole in some of those claims. After Nvidia announced the products, it released an image that shows the performance gains consumers can expect from next-generation GPUs, which will span three models: The RTX 4080 12GB, the RTX 4080 16GB, and the RTX 4090.
The benchmark compares the new crop of graphics cards against an RTX 3090 Ti, which launched in March for $1,999 as the most powerful model in the older RTX 3000 series.
Nvidia has been happy to boast that the RTX 4090 will offer a two- to four-times performance gain over the RTX 3090 Ti, which sounds like an enticing selling point.Read more on pcmag.com