GeForce RTX 3080 Ti in April
NVIDIA has as of late appropriated the primary ban data to board accomplices concerning GeForce RTX 3080 Ti. The most recent data includes an alternate GPU variation contrasted with past spills. The PG132 SKU 18 board configuration, otherwise called RTX 3080 Ti would highlight GA102-225 GPU. This is a change to recently supposed GA102-250. Our source guarantees that in spite of this change, the reputed 10240 CUDA center check has not been altered. Right now it is muddled what changes does the GA102-225 brings over GA102-250. The banned data emphasizes the 12GB GDDR6X memory guarantee. Point by point specs have not been shared at this point. NVIDIA’s purported ‘go to showcase unit’ will be dispersed toward the beginning of April, the records uncover.
GeForce RTX 3070 Ti in May
We have likewise gotten data on GeForce RTX 3070 Ti. There has been no report on this SKU in the previous fourteen days, so we are sharing the most recent data that we have. The AIB source has gotten beginning particulars highlighting GA104-400 GPU, showing that the card would offer 6144 CUDA centers, similarly as numerous as RTX 3080 Mobile. May be intriguing that the card would supposedly highlight 8GB of GDDR6X memory. This would propose that GA104 GPU has G6X memory regulator support all things considered. The current dispatch plan shows that this model would dispatch before the finish of May.
As referenced previously, the two cards would include Ethereum mining limiter, yet since NVIDIA incidentally delivered a driver that delivers this element pointless, we don’t know whether NVIDIA needs to go ahead with the first arrangement. The spilled engineer driver without ETH limiter would not work with the RTX 3080 Ti and RTX 3070 Ti at any rate, however would surely bring up issues whether this limiter bodes well in any case.
We expect further updates on RTX 3080 Ti and RTX 3070 Ti in the coming weeks. The RTX 3080 Ti item declaration ban is set to 1H April with the item discharge (on-rack) date anticipated mid-April.