As we’ve reported, NVIDIA may reveal its upcoming Ampere GPUs at its upcoming GTC 2020 event. However, it appears that the full specifications and release dates for all of the Ampere GPUs have been leaked online.
In a deleted tweet, chiakokhua shared the following slide. Chiakokhua has made some spot on predictions in the past, so these specs could be the real thing. However, and since NVIDIA has not revealed anything yet, we suggest taking them with a grain of salt.
According to the leak, the high-end Ampere GPU, the RTX 3080 Ti, will release in Q4 2020. This GPU will have around 8192 GPU cores, 256 RT cores, 1024 Tensor Cores and a boost clock of 1750Mhz.
There is a possibility that the RTX 3080Ti is actually a new Titan GPU. After all, this GPU will be roughly 28 TFlops. For reference, the RTX2080Ti is a 13.5 TFlops GPU. If that’s the case, then the the RTX3080 is actually an RTX 3080Ti.
On the other hand, both the RTX 3080 and the RTX 3070 will come out in Q3 2020. As for the RTX 3060, that GPU will most likely release in Q1 2021.
As we’ve already said, take these specs with a grain of salt. Still, it will be interesting to see whether the official specs will be similar – or at least close – to these.
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