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Gainward's RTX 3090 and 3080 Phoenix pages go live - Full Specifications Revealed

Nvidia's Ampere specifications have been confirmed

Gainward's RTX 3090 and 3080 Phoenix pages go live - Full Specifications Revealed

Gainward's RTX 3090 and 3080 Phoenix pages go live - Full Specifications Revealed

Over the seeking, web pages for Nvidia's RTX 3090 and 3080 Phoenix graphics cards have appeared online, confirming the specifications of Nvidia's RTX series of Ampere-powered graphics cards.    

While Gainward has been quick to remove these web pages from the internet, the data that they revealed is not easily forgotten. Right now, Gainward has confirmed that they will be releasing four Ampere GPU models, releasing two RTX 3090 Phoenix models and two RTX 3080 Phoenix models, offering both standard and "Golden Sample" (overclocked) models for each. 

Below you can see the heatsink design of Gainward's RTX 3090/3080 Phoenix graphics cards, which will feature 2.7-slot designs and three large cooling fans. 

Another factor that's worth noting is that Nvidia's RTX 3090 is the only graphics card that supports Nvidia's NVLINK connector, which means that the RTX 3090 may be the only graphics card in Nvidia's Ampere lineup to support SLI. 

With Gainward's specifications lists, we can confirm that Nvidia's RTX 3000 series of graphics cards will the the first desktop grade GPUs from the company to support PCIe 4.0, and HDMI 2.1. These features will allow Nvidia to utilise the bandwidth offered by both standards to support high bandwidth system connectivity and higher bandwidth display connectivity respectively. In the case of HDMI 2.1, this will allow Nvidia to support modern 120Hz 4K compatible TVs, such as those available from LG in the company's 2019/2020 OLED lineups.  

Gainward's RTX 3090 and 3080 Phoenix pages go live - Full Specifications Revealed  

Below are the specifications of Gainward's RTX 3090/3090 Phoenix and Phoenix Golden Sample models. Note that Gainward's standard non-Golden Sample models have specifications which match Nvidia's already leaked Geforce RTX 3090/3080 Founders Edition models. 

This leak also confirms that Ampere will feature Nvidia's second-generation ray tracing cores, which should enable increased ray tracing performance over today's Turing-powered GPU offerings. 

 RTX 3090 FERTX 3090
Phoenix
RTX 3090
Phoenix GS
RTX 3080 FERTX 3080
Phoenix
RTX 3080 
Phoenix GS
RTX 2080 Ti FE
GPUGA102-300GA102-300GA-102-300GA102-200GA102-200GA102-200TU102-300
Node7nm7nm7nm7nm7nm7nm12nm
CUDA Cores5248524852484352435243524352
Boost Clock1695MHz1695MHz1725MHz1710MHz1710MHz1740MHz1635MHz
Memory24GB GDDR6X24GB GDDR6X24GB GDDR6X10GB GDDR6X10GB GDDR6X10GB GDDR6X11GB GDDR6
Memory Clock19.5 Gbps19.5 Gbps19.5 Gbps19 Gbps19 Gbps19 Gbps14 Gbps
Memory Bus384-bit384-bit384-bit320-bit320-bit320-bit354-bit
Bandwidth936 GB/s936MHz936 GB/s760 GB/s760 GB/s760 GB/s616 GB/s
TGP350W350W350W320W320W320W260W

Gainward's RTX 3090 and 3080 Phoenix pages go live - Full Specifications Revealed  


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31-08-2020, 11:46:56

Avet
Is there a way Tom can get theese ones for review? Gainward cards are a bit cheeper then the golden four. They look very nice but the reviews are so scarce.Quote

01-09-2020, 04:01:55

Warchild
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Originally Posted by Avet View Post
Is there a way Tom can get theese ones for review? Gainward cards are a bit cheeper then the golden four. They look very nice but the reviews are so scarce.
I really like them. My 1080ti GS overclocked like a monster. So much so I managed to sell it for £100 more than my founders edition. It lived up to its golden sample name.Quote

01-09-2020, 09:51:44

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by Avet View Post
Is there a way Tom can get theese ones for review? Gainward cards are a bit cheeper then the golden four. They look very nice but the reviews are so scarce.
Like Colorful they are a Chinese company. So their main sales are over there.Quote
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