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Palit RTX 2080 ti and RTX 2080 GAMINGPRO GPUs pictured

Palit RTX 2080 Ti and RTX 2080 GAMINGPRO GPUs pictured

We all know that Nvidia's Turing graphics architecture is coming to the gaming market. It is only a matter of time before things become official, we just have to wait for Jensen Huang to appear before us in his signature leather jacket to showcase his new wares. 

Two new Geforce RTX series graphics cards have appeared before the desk of Videocardz, allowing them to reveal to the world Palit's RTX-series GAMINGPRO graphics cards. 

First up, we have Palit's RTX 2080 Ti GAMING PRO, which offers users a black, silver and gold cooler with two large fans. The card itself appears to be extremely long, with the card's packaging showcasing support for Ray Tracing and the card's use of an 11GB frame buffer making the card remarkably similar to the Nvidia's 11GB GTXC 1080 Ti. 

  

Palit RTX 2080 ti and RTX 2080 GAMINGPRO GPUs pictured

(Image from Videocardz)  


Below we also have Palit's RTX 2080 GAMINGPRO, which features a seemingly identical cooler to its RTX 2080 Ti-based counterpart, with the only change being a move to a black, silver and red colour scheme. 

The box art for the RTX 2080 also marks ray tracing as a feature as well as an 8GB frame buffer, which will likely use GDDR6 DRAM. This memory should give Nvidia's RTX 2080 a lot more memory bandwidth than Nvidia's GTX 1080, which uses 8GB of slower GDDR5X memory. 
Palit RTX 2080 ti and RTX 2080 GAMINGPRO GPUs pictured

(Image from Videocardz)


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17-08-2018, 10:38:21

stealth80
I thought it was already known that the 2080 would be 8gb or 16gb? so why is this 11gb?Quote

17-08-2018, 10:42:41

Darkdayzzz
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Originally Posted by stealth80 View Post
I thought it was already known that the 2080 would be 8gb or 16gb? so why is this 11gb?
The 2080 is 8GB

The 2080ti is 11GB

Both of these are exactly the same GB as their previous gen counterparts (1080 - 8GB and the 1080ti - 11G.

Not sure where you heard they would be 8 / 16 GB....not that I would mind that I think 11GB is kinda silly, always have...but it'll be whatever it'll be.

Not like any games for a few years from now will even remotely take use of 11GB so the higher cost to put in an extra 5GB when it most likely won't even be used just seems silly.Quote

17-08-2018, 10:45:05

stealth80
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Originally Posted by Darkdayzzz View Post
The 2080 is 8GB

The 2080ti is 11GB

Both of these are exactly the same GB as their previous gen counterparts (1080 - 8GB and the 1080ti - 11G.

Not sure where you heard they would be 8 / 16 GB....not that I would mind that I think 11GB is kinda silly, always have...but it'll be whatever it'll be.

Not like any games for a few years from now will even remotely take use of 11GB so the higher cost to put in an extra 5GB when it most likely won't even be used just seems silly.
Im not convinced by all this, id be very surprised if Nvidia launch the ti alongside the vanilla, I smell photoshopQuote

17-08-2018, 11:12:13

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by stealth80 View Post
Im not convinced by all this, id be very surprised if Nvidia launch the ti alongside the vanilla, I smell photoshop
From what I can understand they are indeed going to release a Ti soon but it won't be a full fat Ti like you were used to in the past. And they will get another round of cards out of this tech, and another Ti.Quote

17-08-2018, 11:14:50

WYP
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Originally Posted by stealth80 View Post
Im not convinced by all this, id be very surprised if Nvidia launch the ti alongside the vanilla, I smell photoshop
That depends on how long Nvidia wants this to be on the market for. It seems likely that Turing is a TSMC 12nm architecture, if they release the Ti 8-months to a year later they would be arriving at 7nm pretty late.Quote
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