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RTX 3080Ti: the return of the rumor mill

RTX 3080Ti: the return of the rumor mill

The RTX 3080Ti could be launched soon with 12 GB of GDDR6X memory and “anti-crypto” clamping

Here’s another rumor about the RTX 3080Ti but for the moment, we’ll say that it has a little more thickness. It is always the friend @Kopite7kimi who takes again his information which dates from November but by adding the famous bridle that Nvidia has just inaugurated on the RTX 3060. RTX 3080Ti The GPU used for this board would be the GA102-250-KD-A1, it would have 10240 CUDA cores out of a total of 80 SM units. 12 GB of GDDR6X memory would accompany this GPU at a speed of 19 Gbps. The bus would therefore be a 384-bit, which is equivalent to a total bandwidth of 912 GB/s. The use of a larger bus should generate a higher memory bandwidth. For TDP, we should not wait for a miracle and we should stay on the same values as the current RTX 3080.

RTX 3080 Ti: Why this time the rumor is credible

The classic RTX 3080 is the reference most impacted (with the 3060Ti) by the current shortage. Its availability on the market for a few months has been scarce. Moreover its potential in mining can reach 100 MH/s which makes it a product of choice … A bridle and a new version could “sanitize” the market on this reference. Because obviously with a hash at 45-50 Mh/s and a public price which will logically be on the rise, the card will be ignored by the miners. It will then be necessary to see if the card becomes available again without the pollution exerted by the miners. A good way to measure their impact on this wave of scarcity…Or not.

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