Nvidia’s Ampere 3000 series GPUs are right around the corner. Nvidia is most likely to launch its 3000 series GPUs on August 31st, according to the “Ultimate Countdown” on Nvidia’s Twitter account. With the imminent launch of the Nvidia 3000 GPUs specs of the upcoming GPUs have been leaked by VideoCardz.
According to Videocardz, Nividia is planning to launch a 24 GB RTX 3090, 10 GB RTX 3080, 8 GB RTX 3070, and a second RTX 3080 with 20 GB VRAM is also released later.
So, here are the details according to VideoCardz:
RTX 3090 Leaks
According to this leak, the RTX 3090 has 24 GB GDDR6X VRAM with a 384-bit Memory Bus and 19.5 Gbps Memory Clock providing a total bandwidth of 936 GB/s, and 5248 Cuda cores based on the 7nm GA102-300 architecture. It has a boost clock of 1695 GHz and a TGP of 350 W.
RTX 3080 Leaks
The RTX 3080 is supposed to come packed with 4352 Cuda cores, and a 10 GB GDDR6X memory with a 320-bit Memory Bus and 19 Gbps Memory Clock providing a total bandwidth of 760 GB/s. The GPU architecture is based on a 7nm GA102-200 node. The RTX 3080 can boost up to 1710 GHz and has a TGP of 320 W.
RTX 3070 Leaks
All of the specs of the RTX 3070 has not been leaked yet which means that it might launch after the RTX 3090 and 3080 in September. However, according to the information available, the RTX 3070 will get 8 GB GDDR6 memory with 16 Gbps memory clock and 256-bit memory bus for a theoretical maximum if 512 GB/s of bandwidth. It is supposed to be based on GA 104-300 architecture, but the process nodes are still unknown. It seems that the RTX 3070 is less of a power hog with the TGP of 220 W when compared to the RTX 3090 and 3080.
Now let’s see how Nvidia prices its GPUs during the Ampere launch.
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