Leaked benchmarks put Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti GPU within a whisker of RTX 3090

Reputed GPU is back, this time with definite specs and benchmarks.

A heavy store of supposed benchmarks for the reputed Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 Ti 20GB have been delivered. The numbers from Chinese ‘tuber Big Hardware Player and spotted by Twitter client HXL place the mooted card between the current RTX 3080 and 3090 sheets, yet closer to the reach besting megabucks RTX 3090.

The supposed hole incorporates GPU-Z snatches indicating the card with 20GB of memory running over a similar 320-bit transport as a RTX 3080 however a similar 10,496 Cuda center, 112 ROP and 328 surface unit considers the RTX 3090. Center and lift timekeepers are again equivalent to the 3090, however the RTX 3080 Ti’s memory clock is the marginally more slow 1,188MHz of the RTX 3080 as opposed to the 3090’s 1,219MHz.

The source proposes the board could be marked either RTX 3080 Ti or RTX 3080 Super. In any case, the benchmarks incorporate RTX 3080 and RTX 3090 sheets as reference focuses, all running at 4K. Given that the specs of the supposed card coordinate the RTX 3090 bar somewhat less memory data transfer capacity (and a drop from 24GB to 20GB of VRAM), it’s nothing unexpected to discover the RTX 3080 Ti is just barely behind the 3090.

Prior bits of gossip recommended the 3080 Ti would dispatch in February for around $999. In any case, that idea has since been disposed of for the board being postponed ‘inconclusively’, maybe as an outcome of intense stock deficiencies burdening the RTX 30-arrangement.

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A RTX 3080 subsidiary with more memory unquestionably bodes well, what with AMD’s Radeon RX 6000 arrangement all contribution 16GB of VRAM to the RTX 3080’s 10GB and the RTX 3070’s 8GB, also Nvidia’s own RTX 3060 dispatching recently with completely 12GB.

It positively feels like Nvidia’s RTX 30 Series reach would be better adjusted if the top SKUs were reconsidered with more VRAM. In any case, with provisions of existing RTX 30 Series GPUs of all flavors remaining extraordinarily close, the possibility of another chipset turning out to be promptly accessible any time before long appears to be quite impossible.

What with supply deficiencies and voracious interest for digital currency mining, the stock of GPUs for, you know, genuine gaming doesn’t look encouraging for years to come.

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