According to a leaker, New Nvidia RTX GPU SKUs are seen in the wild, so we can see them coming into retail shortly.
Rumors of an Nvidia RTX 3080 card with 20GB of RAM have conducted crazy since the card was initially declared. They are considering that the gap between the recent RTX 3080’s 10GB and the RTX 3090’s 24GB shows that Nvidia would finally fill that market with a brand new SKU. But hardly any concrete proof of an RTX 3080 Ti (or even RTX 3080 Super) has surfaced before today.
Based on PCGamesN, leaker HXL seen a database entrance on Asus’s service page list 2 versions of RTX 3080 Ti 20GB cards. Moreover, the leaker found two entries for an RTX 3060 with 12GB of RAM. Regrettably, these are eliminated, but HXL’s standing is excellent enough that their screenshot is not very likely to be a hoax.
The versions recorded follow Asus’s standard design pattern. If preceding Asus cards are anything to go by, the distinction between the 2 versions is you will possess a factory to overclock, and you will operate at stock speeds.
ROG STRIX 12G GAMING
ROG STRIX O12G GAMING
RTX 3080 Ti
ROG STRIX 20G GAMING
ROG STRIX O20G GAMING
Nvidia’s RTX 30 series was lauded for its lower price and higher performance than RTX 20 series cards. On the other hand, the line started with no menu, which filled the same market the GTX 1080 Ti and RTX 2080 Ti did. The omission of a version sitting involving the RTX 3080’s $699 and the RTX 3090’s $1,499 cost point is glaring considering that many users want more RAM, but not always greater functionality.
Even though both RTX 3060 and RTX 3080 cards using much more RAM are all but supported, no additional details have leaked. Given supply problems with the first models of RTX 30 series cards, it is very likely that we would watch another paper launch if the new GPUs started anytime soon.