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News hardware & software 04 September 2020, 11:53

author: Bart Swiatek

RTX 3080 Bares Its Fangs - Over 100 FPS in Doom Eternal at 4K

Nvidia boasts the performance of the GeForce RTX 3080 in Doom Eternal. In 4K resolution, this GPU provided more than 100 fps in id Software's shooter, and the fps counter often shows even higher values - such as 130 or 150.

The GeForce RTX 3080 has a lot of processing power.


  1. GeForce RTX 3080 offers 110-150 fps in Doom Eternal at 4K resolution;
  2. This GPU is also designed to achieve 60-100 fps in some games using ray tracing.

Nvidia has boasted the performance of its new flagship GPU, the GeForce RTX 3080, with Doom Eternal running at 4K resolution at around 110-150 fps. By comparison, the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti offers up to several dozen fps less in the same sections.

Of course, we need to bear in mind that this is a marketing video created by the producer, but there is no denying that the result presented is impressive. The company also claim that in some games the GPU is capable of delivering 60-100 fps with ray tracing effects enabled.

"We’re constantly analyzing memory requirements of the latest games and regularly review with game developers to understand their memory needs for current and upcoming games. The goal of 3080 is to give you great performance at up to 4k resolution with all the settings maxed out at the best possible price.

In order to do this, you need a very powerful GPU with high speed memory and enough memory to meet the needs of the games. A few examples - if you look at Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, Metro Exodus, Wolfenstein Youngblood, Gears of War 5, Borderlands 3 and Red Dead Redemption 2 running on a 3080 at 4k with Max settings (including any applicable high res texture packs) and RTX On, when the game supports it, you get in the range of 60-100fps and use anywhere from 4GB to 6GB of memory. Extra memory is always nice to have but it would increase the price of the graphics card, so we need to find the right balance," said Justin Walker, GeForce Product Manager.

  1. Doom Eternal Review – Demon's is in the Details
  2. Doom Eternal - game guide
  3. Doom Eternal - official website
  4. Nvidia - official website
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