The RTX 2080 Ti is still the queen of the graphics card market, without any rival to face it… But in case you didn't know, you are almost 2 years old on top! So it is time to launch a successor, especially now that everything indicates that AMD is finally ready to compete in the higher ranges of the market. That is, NVIDIA is ready to humiliate AMD with an RTX 3080 Ti that is basically a monster.
Therefore, a new rumor that has since been ordered to be eliminated, from a source that historically little or nothing is wrong (link), has now come out to talk a little about NVIDIA's next flagship, saying that the GA100 GPU that will bring it to life will have 8192 CUDA cores, an impressive number. In addition, we will still find 256 Ray Tracing cores, 1024 Tensor cores, and a frequency of 1750MHz. All Ampere cards will have GDDR6 memory at 16Gbps.
So what about the new RTX 3080 and RTX 3070? There's news?
Apparently, these plates will hit the shelves in the third quarter of the year, just before the RTX 3080 Ti, which should only arrive at the end of the year. The new mid-range RTX 3060 card will arrive only in the first quarter of 2021.
NVIDIA Ampere GA100 (RTX 3080 Ti) GPU specifications:
- 8192 CUDA @ 1750MHz boost
- 1024 Tensioner
- 256 RT
- ?? Gb GDDR6 @ 16Gbps
- Unknown TDP
GPUs that will bring RTX 3080, 3070, 3060 to life
- GA102 (RTX 3080) – 84 SMs / 5376 CUDA colors / 12GB GDDR6 / 384-bit bus – 40% faster than RTX 2080 Ti
- GA103 (RTX 3070) – 60 SMs / 3840 CUDA colors / 10GB GDDR6 / 320-bit bus – 10% faster than RTX 2080 Ti
- GA104 (RTX 3060) – 48 SMs / 3072 CUDA colors / 8GB GDDR6 / 256-bit bus – 5% slower than RTX 2080 Ti
These numbers are really impressive, but in fact, already several rumors and ‘leaks’ mentioned a 50% increase in performance, with another 50% increase in efficiency. Therefore, these values are not that far from what has been said about the new NVIDIA architecture.
Will AMD be able to rival this?
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