Rumors of a Nvidia RTX 3080 card with 20GB of RAM have went out of control since the card was first reported. Given the hole between the current RTX 3080’s 10GB and the RTX 3090’s 24GB, it appeared glaringly evident that Nvidia would ultimately fill that specialty with another SKU. Be that as it may, next to no solid proof of a RTX 3080 Ti (or RTX 3080 Super) has surfaced until now.
As per PCGamesN, leaker HXL recognized an information base passage on Asus’ help page posting two models of RTX 3080 Ti 20GB cards. Also, the leaker saw two sections for a RTX 3060 with 12GB of RAM. Tragically, these have been taken out however HXL’s standing is adequate that their screen capture isn’t probably going to be a hoax.
The models recorded follow Asus’ common naming example. In the event that past Asus cards are anything to pass by, the distinction between the two models is that one will have a manufacturing plant overclock, and one will run at stock rates.
- ROG STRIX 12G GAMING
- ROG STRIX O12G GAMING
RTX 3080 Ti
- ROG STRIX 20G GAMING
- ROG STRIX O20G GAMING
Nvidia’s RTX 30 series has been commended for its lower cost and better contrasted with RTX 20 series cards. However, the line dispatched without a card that filled a similar specialty the GTX 1080 Ti and RTX 2080 Ti did.
The exclusion of a model sitting between the RTX 3080’s $699 and the RTX 3090’s $1,499 value point is glaring considering there are numerous clients who want more RAM, however not necessarily higher performance.
Despite the fact that the presence of RTX 3060 and RTX 3080 cards with more RAM is everything except affirmed, no different subtleties have leaked. Given supply issues with the initial models of RTX 30 series cards, almost certainly, we’d see another paper dispatch if the new GPUs dispatched at any point in the near future.
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