Could you ask William if he can do some kind of performance test with Adobe Premiere comparing say the last gen 2080rtx to the new behemoth 3090?... layer up a load of 4k/8k clips and add some GPU accelerated effects etc and roll out an export on both cards? - real life usage rather than synthetics. Not quite ML/DL, but would be helpful.William is going to do the RTX 3090 first. I got confirmation ours is finally getting here next week.
I still want to know where to order these!I do some deep learning, and I ordered a 3090 RTX just because that my 2080 with 8GB is not enough for some large models which may require 16-20GB of memory. Ironically this is related to NLP stuff, not image classification stuff.
Have you tried NVLink with 2x 2080?I do some deep learning, and I ordered a 3090 RTX just because that my 2080 with 8GB is not enough for some large models which may require 16-20GB of memory. Ironically this is related to NLP stuff, not image classification stuff.
But for the last few years, I've seen a more of a significant performance jump by upgrading libraries. I think Tensorflow 1.2 to 2.3 was like 5-10 times faster training on my CPU. And the 2080 is somewhere between 10-50x faster again
That's not true. I just got a 3070 at msrp via walk in today. Plenty of 3070 stocks and some 3080s reserved for full systems. It's only the online inventories that have been sold out because of the bots.another thing is availability. Good luck getting ANY 3000 at retail price. Nvidia and their OEMs sold out their entire stock of 3070, 80, 90 for 2020.
depends on what resolution and game. For MSFS 2020 the cpu is the major limitation a lot of time. for other games, if you run at less than 1440p in the 3070 then the cpu could start to be the bottleneck.Does anyone know if my E5-2650V2 and DDR3 will bottleneck the 3070?