Finalware releases the AIDA64 v6.32 benchmark which includes updates a suite of benchmark and stress testing tools. It is also one of those utilities that list soon to be released CPUs and GPUs. This update lists an armada of upcoming Nvidia GeForce RTX graphics cards. The GeForce desktop variants list NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050, RTX 3060, the RTX 3070 Ti and the RTX 3080 Ti.
There have been leaks from sources we can give some benefit of the doubt to. But the support with the upcoming RTX 30 series graphics cards from a benchmark utility confirms its existence and a very near future release.
What’s known so far…
As reported earlier, the RTX 3060 is expected to be shown during CES 2021. The RTX 3080 Ti released after the Chinese new year holidays. But it did list other upcoming GPUs. Naturally, the RTX 3050 model implies the base level performance for RTX gameplay from Nvidia. The RTX 3090 is technically not deemed for gaming by Nvidia when it was revealed. So its suffice to say the RTX 3080 Ti will be the RTX 3000 series flagship. There’s also going to be the RTX 3060 with two CU/ GDDR6 count variants. There’s also the RTX 3070 Ti.
But will the widespread situation improve?
These new RTX 30 series releases are surprisingly quick, compared to what Nvidia did with its RTX 20 days. Active competition is great, especially with AMD. But this isn’t the only catalyst. Nvidia is criticised for limited stocks, who blamed it on Samsung for slow manufacturing. A very long time ago, it was speculated that the Ti variants might be made by TSMC. The already released RTX 30 series is made by Samsung, but originally it was supposed to be made by TSMC. It is also another story that both AMD and Nvidia are plagued with a similar issue. The scalping issue is in the United States. But both GPU companies and its respective manufacturers turn away in countries like India whose distributors practice predatory methods for overcharging respective graphics cards.
There are improvements and features with the AIDA64 v6.32 benchmark. This includes the support for Radeon RX 6000 GPUs. Not as detailed as the upcoming Nvidia RTX 30 series GPUs, but there ya go:
New features & improvements
- AVX2 and FMA accelerated 64-bit benchmarks for AMD Zen 3 based Ryzen 5000 Series processors
- EVGA iCX3 sensor support
- GPU details for AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series
- GPU details for nVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050, GeForce RTX 3060, GeForce RTX 3060 Ti, GeForce RTX 3070 Ti, GeForce RTX 3080 Ti