The video card could hit the market in May for around $ 1,099
Last Wednesday (21), called an Asian site IT Many sources of leaks that claim to have shared GeForce The RTX 3080 Ti is already entering mass production To be released soon. The board should also contain 12 GB of GDDR6X memory, Based on the codename chip GA102 And hit the shelves in May at a price $ 1,099 USD.
ITHome shared that GeForce The RTX 3080 Ti should position itself as the model More powerful than RTX 3080 at a better price than RTX 3090. The chip based on the GA102 is equipped with an 10,240 CUDA cloud e 12 GB of GDDR6X memory With interface 384 bits. Regarding the number of CUDA cores, it is Very close to GeForce RTX 3090 Which contains total 10.496, While The RTX 3080 contains 8704.
The dividing line between the RTX 3090 and RTX 3080 Ti appears to be related to the amount of VRAM. It should be noted, however, that 12GB is sufficient to deliver 4K performance in current games, and according to Nvida itself, 3090 was not designed with audiences in mind. Some professionals need a large amount of video memory to work well with certain applications on their system.
The website that shared the leaked information stated that the RTX 3080 Ti should hit the Chinese market for 7,999, which equates to about $ 1,099. This value is much higher than the official price of RTX 3080 ($ 699), But still below RTX 3090 ($ 1,499). It is also worth noting that Nvidia will likely implement the mining performance limiter in this new paradigmWhich may help control price inflation.
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It’s also worth noting that previous rumors from ITHome have indicated thisIt may launch the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 Ti in MayThat is, next month. But this date may have been postponed several times due to the company’s logistical problems. Nvidia has not released any information about its undeclared products, which is not surprising, so we will have to wait until at least next month for official information.
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