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The RTX 3090 in pictures? It may be…

The RTX 3090 in pictures? It may be…

We end the week with new leaks on the next Ampere cards, more especially, the RTX 3090.

Even if the speculations are multiplying (including on the naming of the cards themselves), some images found by Videocardz allow you to have a good Friday. 😉

A picture of the upcoming Ampere graphics card has been published on Reddit. The shot taken of the model is most likely a custom model from a Nvidia partner manufacturer and not a Founders Edition card. This card seems to be equipped with three 8-pin power connectors. The person who released the leak claimed that it could be a board from the Vulcan series from Colorful.

 RTX 3090

This means that given the blurring, you have to be particularly imaginative… Some people thought they were deciphering 11 memory modules, probably GDDR6X.

However, other sources believe that the map will have 12 modules…

At the same time, by chance of a Micron communication, we not only learned the detailed characteristics of the RAM…but also potentially the validation of the 30xx denomination and the existence of the 3090, a reference key of which had disappeared at Nvidia with the use of the Bi-GPU.

RTX-3090

Finally, we also discover in the first leak picture that the NVlink connector has evolved (we even wondered about its presence on this generation). Here is a picture of the new one compared to the RTX 2080Ti version:

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