Upcoming graphic cards for Gamers! Nvidia RTX 3080 and 3090
Nvidia's graphics cards RTX 3080 and 3090 are exposed with images and recorded specs! Take a look.
Nvidia Geforce RTX 3080 and RTX 3090 experienced some big leaks, with pictures from two vendors circulating online – plus the supposed final graphics card specs – and the RTX 3070 pictures as well. This leak is subject to Gainward and Zotac, with photos of former Phoenix graphics cards completed with detailed information on RTX 3080 and 3090, as Videocardz has emphasized.
Along with verifying the names clearly shown on the packaging, the leak also makes us aware that GPUs are designed at 7 nm, with a 2.7 slot size from Gainward's 3080 and 3090 with three fans (so shockingly the third-party cards are neither small nor not the same scale we have seen recently as Nvidia 's alleged gifted Founders edition).
The RTX 3090, as previously rumored, is loaded with 5,2,248 CUDA cores, a whopping 24 GB of GDDR6X video memory (ditto) at a speed of 19.5 Gbps with 350W.
You are watching on the power front with the RTX 3080, 4,352 CUDA cores, 10 GB GDDR6X VRAM (at 19 Gbps) and 320W. A version will be released further down the line with more video memory.
With a boost of 1,725MHz, Gainward operates the RTX 3090 and the RTX 3080 hits 1,740MHz. We can not take this as a cast-iron guarantee as with any leak, but the spec sheet looks very convincent at this point and combines it with earlier speculation, and with the fresh spill from Zotac.
In addition to the 3080 and 3090 models (along the plain Trinity which displays RGB lighting as well as AMP Extreme versions), which are three slot graphics cards with three fan like the Gainward GPUs, Zotac has leaked photos (again via Videocardz) from its model RTX 3080 and 3090 as well as 3070 boards.
Zotac's RTX 3070 GPU will be a smaller, dual-fan card (in RGB and one with no fan-based lighting). A smaller graphics card. Moreover, the leaks show the supposed value of Nvidia GeForce RTX3090 from the NVLink SLI, so you can pair up two of these GPUs in order to achieve monster results. The cost of two cards would probably hit a completely unprecedented amount.
These Ampere chipsets enable PCIe 4.0 and come with second-genre ray tracking nodules – the RT nodes have already been rumored to have a huge improvement in performance. At any rate, we are now almost in a rush to launch these GPUs and soon we will know all the official details: in just two days, (September 1st) Nvidia will make the major revelation.