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And now the RTX 3080 Ti 12Gb

And now the RTX 3080 Ti 12Gb

The series around the RTX 3080 Ti could find its conclusion during the month of April. During the last episode of the saga, we learn that Nvidia would have modified the final number of cores and the VRAM memory of her graphic card. The strong disruption in terms of memory costs would have forced the chameleon to change its plans for the umpteenth time.

A priori, if we were to stop at this episode, the future 3080 Ti would no longer have the same number of CUDA cores as the RTX 3090 (10496 CUDA cores for the 3090 against 10240 for this 3080Ti of the day). The other important data would also be a reversal concerning the Vram installed on this future board. We had talked about 20 GB of GDDR6X, we would have come back to a more reasonable figure of12 GB of GDDR6X VRAM memory. This new theoretical configuration would have the merit of containing the soaring price of this future reference while preserving the interest of the RTX 3090. If we refer to the current fable that talks about an improvement in GPU availability in the second half of the year, it seems coherent to consider the arrival of this card in April. If we believe in the fable obviously. Here’s what our friends at Videocardz think the future card could look like and how it could be placed in the middle of her family Nvidia and her competitors Radeon.

Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti

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