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Gainward's RTX 3090 and 3080 Phoenix GPUs leak - Specs and Pictures

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Gainward's RTX 3090 and 3080 Phoenix GPUs leak - Specs and Pictures

Gainward's RTX 3090 and 3080 Phoenix GPUs leak - Specs and Pictures

On September 1st, Nvidia is due to officially reveal its RTX 30 series of Ampere powered graphics cards, the company's first consumer-grade 7nm GPUs. Now, leaks for the series are appearing everywhere, with Gainward's RTX 3090 and RTX 3080 Phoenix graphics cards being the latest to appear online, courtesy of Videocardz

With Gainward's RTX 3090 and 3080 Phoenix designs, the company plans to offer its customers a 2.7-slot design with a black and silver colour scheme, highlighting their units with RGB lighting. Both designs are triple fan models, and feature coolers which are longer than the PCBs of their graphics cards.   

Gainward's RTX 3090 Phoenix will feature 5248 CUDA cores, boost clock speeds of 1725MHz and 24GB of GDDR6X memory at 19.5 Gbps speeds. Their RTX 3080 Phoenix model will feature 4352 CUDA cores, boost clock speeds of 1740MHz and 10GB of GDDR6X memory at 19 Gbps speeds. These speeds make Gainward's models slightly faster than Nvidia's already leaked RTX 3000 Founders Edition models

 

Gainward's RTX 3090 and 3080 Phoenix GPUs leak - Specs and Pictures  Gainward's RTX 3090 and 3080 Phoenix GPUs leak - Specs and Pictures
  

Below are the specifications of Gainward's Phoenix RTX 3090 and 3080 Golden Sample models when compared to Nvidia's Founders Edition models. The data in the chart below comes from data leaks and may be inaccurate. 

 RTX 3090 FERTX 3090
Phoenix GS
RTX 3080 FERTX 3080 
Phoenix GS
RTX 2080 Ti FERTX 3070 FE
GPUGA102-300GA-102-300GA102-200GA102-200TU102-300GA104-300
Node7nm7nm7nm7nm12nm7nm
CUDA Cores52485248435243524352?
Boost Clock1695MHz1725MHz1710MHz1740MHz1635MHz?
Memory24GB GDDR6X24GB GDDR6X10GB GDDR6X10GB GDDR6X11GB GDDR68GB GDDR6
Memory Clock19.5 Gbps19.5 Gbps19 Gbps19 Gbps14 Gbps16 Gbps
Memory Bus384-bit384-bit320-bit320-bit354-bit256-bit
Bandwidth936 GB/s936 GB/s760 GB/s760 GB/s616 GB/s512 GB/s
TGP350W350W320W320W260W220W

Gainward's RTX 3090 and 3080 Phoenix GPUs leak - Specs and Pictures  Gainward's RTX 3090 and 3080 Phoenix GPUs leak - Specs and Pictures
  

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29-08-2020, 10:11:15

Warchild
So one more picture here is missing. Showing the third fan looking like nothing but a passthrough. I don't see a PCB behind it so it seems like the PCB ends at the power connectors which look midway on the card.

Very odd. And reinforces my thoughts that these cards are not as big as we think.

https://cdn.videocardz.com/1/2020/08...te-850x378.jpg

Look through that backplate and you see the front fan, no pcb in sight.Quote

29-08-2020, 11:13:23

AlienALX
The 3080 uses less power than the 2080Ti, so the coolers won't be bigger than we are used to.Quote

29-08-2020, 11:23:52

Dawelio
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
The 3080 uses less power than the 2080Ti, so the coolers won't be bigger than we are used to.
Interesting, so the 3080, which is replacing the 2080 Ti in terms of performance, uses less power. Yet the 3090, is like a real beast in terms of power usage.Quote

29-08-2020, 12:05:29

Avet
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Originally Posted by Dawelio View Post
Interesting, so the 3080, which is replacing the 2080 Ti in terms of performance, uses less power. Yet the 3090, is like a real beast in terms of power usage.
There is quite big gap between 3080 and 3090. You can fit two cards between them. We still don't know RT and Tensor core count but I think 3090 will have many more.

Edit: And all that memory doesn't run on pixie dust. It pulls quite a lot of power.Quote
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