A slight improvement to its RTX 3080 predecessor.
Just a few days after NVIDIA released an 11-second teaser video of a GeForce event, coupled with the announcement of Lite Hash Rate on their future GPUs, leaks of NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti’s began to surface the internet.
Before the leaks came to life, there have been multiple rumors surrounding the release of GeForce RTX 3080 Ti and RTX 3070 as well. Most people speculated that these novel GPUs were going to be revealed on May 31, and it seems very plausible given the existing pieces of evidence.
As reported on TechPowerUp’s GPU-Z Validation, potential specifications of the upcoming GeForce RTX 3080 Ti have been released to the internet. It features a shiny 12GB VRAM running on GDDR6X memory, with a bandwidth of 912.4 GB/s. This means that the new rendition has an additional 2GB of memory compared to its RTX 3080 predecessor.
Moreover, it appears that it would also have a base GPU clock speed of 1,365 MHz and a boost that reaches up to 1,665 MHz. Further, they are reported to have a Pixel Fillrate of 186.5 GPixel/s and a Texture Fillrate of 1,420.2 GTexel/s. These tests were run on the NVIDIA 466.54 drivers, which makes it likely to be performed by reviewers who had access to this driver.
And as discussed by Tom’s Hardware, the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti’s were probably made to compete with AMD’s Radeon RX 6900XT which sits at about the same price range. As the RTX 3090 wears a price tag of $1,499, RTX 3080 Ti will presumably be priced at about $1,000.
If the rumors are true, then the specifications listed in the GPU-Z Validation would be the final specifications of Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 Ti, believed to be released later on June 4, and that the May 31st GeForce event would showcase this very product.
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