Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti
Nvidia’s RTX 3080 Ti supposedly in rumors is now in limelight with more evidence appearing up to along with RTX 3050 could be close to release with more supposed graphic cards.
All courtesy to AIDA64 benchmarking tool for the leak as they have been the source of a good number of graphics card leaks in the past and is prevalent on Twitter by the name Komachi_Ensaka.
A new GPU info for the RTX 3080 Ti, the vanilla RTX 3060 is highlighted above in the latest beta release of AIDA64 which is certainly expected to follow the RTX 3060 Ti and the RTX 3050. RTX 3050 has also been the subject of previous leaks being the low-end Ampere card.
As speculation has previously contended that the RTX 3060 using the GA106 chip and GA107 used by the RTX 3050, Nvidia’s GA102 chip will be used to build 3080 Ti.
In a new driver release from HP emerged talks of Nvidia’s RTX 3080 Ti which shows a sign that it could appear soon and low chatters of expecting the arrival in January 2021 on grapevine with a 20GB of VRAM. And now with its spotting in AIDA64 marks its presence even closer.
RTX 3050 was supposed to be built on GA106 but now it will be built on GA107, but it is not a final call whether this is going to happen or not. Nvidia will not have any GTX models which don’t support hardware-accelerated ray tracing meaning that they are going all-RTX with Ampere.
Cores and Chips
As per the past rumors in the market that the RTX 3050 will be running with 2,304 CUDA cores which if compared to RTX 3060’s 3,840 CUDA cores is comparatively low. There were even details of possible Nvidia’s laptop graphics cards for the RTX 3000 generation. Subsequently, these are RTX 3070 built on GA104M and RTX 3060 built on GA106M GPU, where M standing for Mobile which means lesser core specs.
If we go by the rumors, next month could be pretty busy for Nvidia due to the product releases but the problem of stock availability is still persistent as seen in the recent launch of the RTX 3060 Ti, although there was limited availability of Nvidia GPU.