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Rtx 3070

Discussion in 'ACC Hardware Discussions' started by dean riley, Nov 20, 2020.

  1. dean riley

    dean riley Rookie

    Anyone using a rtx 3070? Wondering what the performance was like in triples.
     

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  3. moeppling

    moeppling Gamer

    You don't have to own one to know this and it's a pointless question anyway. It's slightly slower then a 2080ti so triple performance is fine.

    edit: for 1080p triples that is. Not enough vram for 1440p triples.
     
    Last edited: Nov 20, 2020
  4. dean riley

    dean riley Rookie

    I was asking the question as I was worried about the vram. I currently have a gtx 1080ti which uses on average 8gb of vram. I know the ram is faster in the 30 series card so it may utilise it better. I average around 75fps on 1080p triples with mixed high/epic settings. Hoping for a small increase.
     
  5. moeppling

    moeppling Gamer

    Faster vram does not make the gpu use less of it. Faster vram improves performance for bandwith bottlenecked applications (when pushing alot of pixels).

    If you're at 8gb of vram already (i suppose with ss at 120%, cause i'm seeing an avarage of 7gb at a custom high settings), then the 3070 will use the same.
     
  6. McGraw

    McGraw Racer

    Someone has to own one for someone to know this.

    Where should he have found this information?

    Why is it a pointless question?

    Why not just ignore OP or answer them?

    Are these pointless questions too? Not to me.
     
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  7. DCN

    DCN Rookie

    Resolution alone doesn't change the vram usage much. It's all about texture size. 8GB is enough for triple 1440.
     
  8. AndyK70

    AndyK70 Alien

    Not on texture setting "epic" in ACC, only at high
     
  9. DCN

    DCN Rookie

    it shows 7.xGB VRAM allocation no matter running one or triple 1440
     
  10. AndyK70

    AndyK70 Alien

    no matter if triple or not, epic textures require even more than 11gb vram. some users of a 2080ti with 11gb found out the hard way and pankykapus said it.
     
  11. dean riley

    dean riley Rookie

    UPDATE: so I purchased a FE 3070 and I run a test with my 1080ti on spa with modified high settings with some epic and shadows turned down. I averaged around 73-77 FPS with around 7GB of Vram usage. I installed the 3070 and left all graphics settings exactly the same on the same tracks with all conditions the same. My average frames were 96-101 FPS which I think is a decent jump. The Vram was around 5.5GB with the 3070. UPDATE 2: tied some multiplayer tonight and had a stable 100 fps in most cases some tracks the vram was pushing 7.5GB.
     
    Last edited: Nov 25, 2020
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  12. DCN

    DCN Rookie

    2080ti shows 7.x - 8.x GB with EPIC texture. It's VRAM allocation and games always try to allocate more than they need. Racing games don't have a lot of textures. And if you get really close, the texture resolution in ACC isn't really that high

    less than 5% of people have more than 8GB VRAM. I don't think developers would shift to high resolution texture anytime soon
     
  13. DCN

    DCN Rookie

    100 fps with 1440 triple screens?
     
  14. AndyK70

    AndyK70 Alien

    Needed VRAM for epic textures alone is 8GB and there should be some more VRAM for other stuff as well...

    If you have 8GB VRAM graphics card and set textures to epic they won't fit at once. Needed parts have to be fetched from the RAM and pushed through the PCIe bus onto the card, which has to delete some other textures not in use at that moment to free up enough space.
    You may notice frame/fps drops when this happens, at worst it can crash ACC.
    You need VRAM also for lighting, various effects and post processing, not to forget anti aliasing. The larger the render resolution the more VRAM you need.
    That's why even users with a 2080ti 11GB had problems and crashes when they set textures to epic using high render resolutions.
     
  15. DCN

    DCN Rookie

    Got a 2080ti before and I have never seen it using more than 8GB. You can find a lot of benchmark on youtube showing the same usage.

    I don't see any spike on frametime too. Even if it reads texture from RAM during a race, it loads that in advance and I am not seeing any performance impact.
     
  16. TeknoBug

    TeknoBug Gamer

    This sounds promising, just backordered a 3070 myself yesterday. I run 1080p triples and it should be sufficient at moderately high settings.
     

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