NVIDIA has released a video of Doom Eternal running on an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 graphics and comparing its performance to that of a GeForce RTX 2080 Ti.
NVIDIA has been one of the stars of the week thanks to the special GeForce event held last Tuesday and in which it presented the new Ampere graphics cards that will debut in stores in Spain and the rest of the world on September 17 hand in the hand of the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080.
To show us the capabilities of this new graphics NVIDIA published a few days ago a trailer for Cyberpunk 2077 with Ray Tracing so that we can see how the CD Projekt RED title will look in this generation of Ampere GPUs.
Today, however, the green brand goes a little further and offers us 5-minute gameplay of Doom Eternal being executed on a computer at 4K resolution and with the graphic settings at maximum so that we can see how the Bethesda shooter looks. with this graph. Also, not happy with it in the video we can also see the rate of images per second and also compare image and fps with the RTX 2080 Ti of this generation.
Here is the video:
The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 will go on sale on September 17 at a price of $719. This new graphics will arrive with 8704 CUDA cores at frequencies of 1.44 / 1.71GHz (normal/accelerated) along with 10 GB of GDDR6X memory. It will also have a new cooling system that has been dubbed a “dual axial air flow thermal solution” and that has been designed to improve the performance of card cooling by using a fan “on each side” of the card. “.
What do you think of this Doom Eternal gameplay? Remember that Doom Eternal: The Ancient Gods will arrive on October 20 and that we will be able to play this expansion completely independently.