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New Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti specifications leak, revealing a monstrous number of CUDA cores

These specifications are a little more realistic

Alleged Ampere GPU performance numbers appear on the 3DMARK database

New Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti specifications leak, revealing a monstrous number of CUDA cores

A new list of RTX 30 series specifications has leaked online, revealing an RTX 3080 Ti graphics card with 12GB of GDDR6 memory. These specifications come via @CyberPunkCat on Twitter, though it must be noted that these specifications are far from verified.   

These specifications should be taken with a grain of salt, though it is worth noting that these specifications are more believable than the GDDR6X-based specifications which were revealed last week. Right now, GDDR6X memory has not been revealed by any DRAM manufacturer, making it possible that the memory type simply doesn't exist.  

According to the specifications sheet below, Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti features 12GB of GDDR6 memory at 18 Gbps speeds, offering gamers 863 GB/s of memory bandwidth. That represents a 40% increase over what's possible on Nvidia's RTX 2080 Ti, which is more than enough to deliver a generational leap in performance. 

Nvidia's RTX 3080 Ti allegedly features a 320 TDP and offers boost frequencies of 2200 MHz, which also represents a significant boost over what Nvidia's RTX 20 series can achieve. This should allow Nvidia to deliver more performance with their next-generation offerings, especially when combined with higher CUDA core counts and architectural enhancements.

As we have said before, take this leak with a grain of salt, as while GDDR6 memory is more believable than GDDR6X, leaks like this are relatively easy to fabricate. These specifications also go against the reports of Igor's Lab, who claim to have confirmed that there is no 12GB Ampere graphics card. 
 
 
 RTX 3080 TiTitan RTX (Turing)RTX 2080 TiRTX 2080 SuperRTX 2080
GPUGA102-400-A1TU102-400TU102-300TU104-450TU104-400
CUDA Cores53764608435230722944
Boost Clock2200MHz1750 MHz1635 MHz1815 MHz1800 MHz
TFLOPs22 TFLOPs    
Memory12GB GDDR624GB GDDR611GB GDDR68GB GDDR68GB GDDR6
Memory Speed18Gbps14Gbps16Gbps15.5 Gbps14 Gbps
Memory Bus384-bit384-bit352-bit256-bit256-bit
Memory Bandwidth863 GB/s672 GB/s616 GB/s496 GB/s448GB/s

 



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24-06-2020, 12:27:01

Dicehunter
If these specs are correct along with the generational and lithography improvement, AMD are going to be in pain when this thing launches unless they can pull a miracle out of a hat with big Navi or price is stupidly low.Quote

24-06-2020, 14:27:59

NeverBackDown
I just hope we can get a 1440p240hz capable card or at least thereabout. Even 4k 144hz would be ideal. Probably still cost 2080ti money thoughQuote

24-06-2020, 14:52:40

Warchild
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
I just hope we can get a 1440p240hz capable card or at least thereabout. Even 4k 144hz would be ideal. Probably still cost 2080ti money though
They boasted their new cooler cost $150 alone. To me thats a hint that they are trying to justify a price hike. I expect it to be moreQuote

24-06-2020, 16:49:42

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
They boasted their new cooler cost $150 alone. To me thats a hint that they are trying to justify a price hike. I expect it to be more
I thought that was a rumour?Quote

24-06-2020, 18:02:37

Warchild
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
I thought that was a rumour?
Maybe I am wrong, but I thought it was quoted from an nvidia employee, only after the leaks had gone viral.Quote
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