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PNY leaks their RTX 2080 & RTX 2080 Ti XLR8 series and specifications

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PNY leaks their RTX 2080 & RTX 2080 Ti XLR8 series and specifications

PNY leaks their RTX 2080 & RTX 2080 Ti XLR8 series and specifications

This morning we have more Nvidia leaks, thanks to PNY's accidental reveal of their upcoming RTX XLR8 series of graphics cards, confirming the specifications of Nvidia's RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti. 

Below we have information from PNY which lits the TDP, CUDA core count and images of the company's upcoming XLR8 designs, though please note that these graphics cards are listed as overclocked models, which means that we should expect lower clock speeds from Nvidia's reference design.  

The pricing below appears to be a placeholder value, with the RTX 2080 Ti sitting at $1000 while the RTX 2080 costs $800. Final pricing is expected to be lower. 

The web pages for each graphics card also makes a note of Real-Time Ray Tracing, AI Enhanced Graphics and support for SLI via NVLink. This seems to indicate that both Nvidia's RT cores and Tensor cores will be active in Nvidia's gaming lineup. 

  

PNY leaks their RTX 2080 & RTX 2080 Ti XLR8 series and specifications

 

Below are the specifications of PNY's Turing-powered RTX 2080 XLR8 and RTX 2080 Ti XLR8, both of which have unique triple fan cooler designs. Both graphics cards are fed by dual 8-pin PCI power connectors and have a TDP of 285W, though some of this TDP likely comes from the 30W power requirements of the VirtualLink standard. 
 

 PNY RTX 2080 Ti XLR8PNY RTX 2080 XLR8
ArchitectureTuringTuring
CUDA Cores4,3522944
Tensor Cores??????
Base Clock1350 MHz???
Boost Clock1545MHz1710MHz
GPU Memory TypeGDDR6GDDR6
GPU Memory Capacity11GB8GB
Memory Bus Size352-bit256-bit
Memory Bandwidth616 Gbps448 Gbps
TDP285W285W
Power2x 8-pin2x 8-pin
SLIVia NVLinkVia NVLink

  
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18-08-2018, 05:58:03

Daiyus
I'll buy a new graphics card when I can get 1080 Ti performance for £400 or under. Until then my Vega 56 will do me just fine.Quote

18-08-2018, 06:24:14

demonking
Oh wow I am very quickly being priced out of PC gaming Quote

18-08-2018, 06:50:53

WYP
The prices are likely to be placeholders.Quote

18-08-2018, 07:53:17

reactor_au
616Gbps memory bandwidth, geez that's reasonable speed right thereQuote

18-08-2018, 07:54:40

AlienALX
Horrible card, horrible overhanging cheap looking cooler and no doubt false warranty (as PNY have been known for).

Avoid.

Mind you it does get your brain going huh? if this toss of the toss card is a bag of sand how much is a Strix going to be?Quote
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