NVIDIA'S RTX 30xx Series (rumors, teases, etc)


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ZakO

I hope it's not that expensive, the extra 10GB GDDR6X manufacturer cost is approx $130 worth (1,000 part price, NVIDIA of course would pay significantly less), charging an extra $350 would feel excessive. I'm hoping when the 20GB version is released it's closer to $850... my 10GB version hasn't arrived yet and already thinking about the 20GB version :shiftyninja:

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Circaflex

big navi will drop, nvidia will release the ti variants and early adopters will be ######

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Circaflex

those were funny 10 years ago.

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Jim K

Linus hands-on with the RTX 3090  (Nvidia sponsored).  Running Doom Eternal @ 8K Nightmare and some other games.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Jim K

RTX 3090 reviews have dropped...

 

 

 

 

(this one was fun to watch with all the "bribes")

 

 

...etc.  Guru3d, Hexus and other tech sites have dropped reviews on, not only the Founder's Edition, but 3rd party manufacturers as well.

 

Basically (from my quick glance at the reviews)... not really worth it over the 3080...for gaming (a Titan replacement yes)

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Jim K

So, there are increasing reports of 3080/3090s crashing to desktop during gameplay.  Mostly AIB boards ... possibly due to capacitor choice.  

 

igorlabs writeup here:

https://www.igorslab.de/en/what-real-what-can-be-investigative-within-the-crashes-and-instabilities-of-the-force-rtx-3080-andrtx-3090/

 

Jayz video regarding this potential issue:

 

 

 

Remains to be seen if this an actual issue (if Nvidia/AIB acknowledges it) and if it is, if it can be corrected with BIOS update.

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Mindovermaster

This guy in our FaceBook group said that, too..  :(

 

 

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Jim K

Son of a gun ... if this turns out to be true (I was looking forward to the 3080 20GB sku)

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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 20GB and RTX 3070 16GB canceled

 

NVIDIA allegedly cancels its December launch of GeForce RTX 3080 20GB and RTX 3070 16GB. This still very fresh information comes from two independent sources.

 

Technically GeForce RTX 3080 20GB and RTX 3070 16GB could launch at a later time, but the information that we have clearly stated that those SKUs have been canceled, not postponed. NVIDIA has already canceled its RTX 3070 Ti model (PG141 SKU 0), so the RTX 3070 16GB (PG141 SKU5) and RTX 3080 20GB (PG132 SKU20) will be joining the list.

 

The GeForce RTX 3080 20GB was expected to be a response to AMD Radeon RX 6900/6800 series featuring Navi 21 GPU. All three AMD SKUs will feature 16GB of memory, leaving NVIDIA with a smaller frame buffer to compete with.

 

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videocardz

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Jim K

Reviews for the 3070FE dropped today.  Nothing really surprising ... basically the performance of the much more expensive 2080ti for $500 (if you can find one).

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Jim K

Soooo...there might actually be a 3080ti (the 20GB) version ...

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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti to launch in January 2021

 

According to the new report from HKEPC, NVIDIA will launch its new high-end GPU in January. The next SKU in the GeForce RTX 30 pipeline is the RTX 3080 Ti, according to the article. This particular model had, in fact, just appeared in the rumor last week when kopite7kimi provided the initial specs of the graphics card. Most of these specs have been confirmed by HKEPC.

 

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti will be equipped with GA102-250-KD-A1 GPU. The website reports on the 10496 CUDA core count (we were unable to confirm this part of the leak yet). The graphics card would also feature 20GB of GDDR6X memory (the memory speed is currently unknown) across a 320-bit interface. The TGP of the RTX 3080 Ti is estimated at 320W, which is the same value as for RTX 3080 non-Ti. The site reports that 3080 Ti will lack the NVLINK connector. The board number of the RTX 3080 Ti is PG133 SKU 15 (RTX 3080 uses the same board design).

 

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Videocardz

 

As with all rumors...take it with a grain of salt

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