ASUS has confirmed two upcoming NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 series graphics cards, the GeForce RTX 3080 Ti and GeForce RTX 3060. These cards are due for release in early 21st, but ASUS has already included them on its Support and Services page.
Dedicated ASUS GeForce RTX 3080 Ti 20GB, GeForce RTX 3060 12GB confirmed
Both graphics cards were spotted by HXL (@ 9550pro) Within the ASUS Graphics Cards Support and Services page. The list includes the ROG STRIX variants of the GeForce RTX 30 series and also mentions the unreleased GeForce RTX 3080 Ti and GeForce RTX 3060 graphics cards that we talked about in Previous leaks.
The leak confirms that ASUS is working on both overclocked and non-overclocked variants of the ROG STRIX series. GeForce RTX 3080 Ti will feature 20GB GDDR6X memory, and GeForce RTX 3060 will come with 12GB GDDR6 memory. Since both of these cards are custom variants, they’ll take advantage of the all-new ROG STRIX cooling solution we’ve seen in the current GeForce RTX 30 ROG STRIX range, and we expect the highest cooling performance and robust custom PCB design.
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti graphics specifications “publicized”
Details from Kopite7kimi indicate that GeForce RTX 3080 Ti FE The Founders Edition graphics card will feature a PG133-SKU15 PCB design and a GA102-250-KD-A1 graphics core. The GA102-250 GPU has also changed since the last time we saw it and is now just like the GeForce RTX 3090 in the 10496 FP32 CUDA.
As for memory, the card will include 20 GB of GDDR6X memory. Unlike the RTX 3090’s 19.5Gbps speeds, the GeForce RTX 3080 Ti is said to maintain the same memory speeds as the 19Gbps RTX 3080. Since we are getting a 20GB bus interface, NVIDIA will use a 320-bit bus interface which equals the total bandwidth of 760 GB / s. The card’s TGP is set to be the same as the RTX 3080 at 320W. This is definitely necessary to fuel the additional cores, so NVIDIA might have to optimize the clocks a bit here.
NVIDIA could undercut the AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT which is a US $ 999 graphics card with the RTX 3080 Ti although we have to see how much difference the Ti variant makes as it will end up between the RTX 3080 and the RTX 3090. There are reports that the RTX The 3080 Ti might end up faster than the RTX 3090 due to higher clock speeds, while the RTX 3090 could still be a Titan product serving enthusiasts and the content creation market with a higher VRAM buffer.
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 graphics card specifications “rumored”
The GeForce RTX 3060 It is suggested to house the GA106-400 GPU which is expected to house 3,840 FP32 cores in a total of 30 SM units. The graphics card will benefit from the PG190 SKU by GA104 and GA106 pin compatible board partners. The graphics card has seen an update to a range of memory specifications starting at 6 GB (14 Gbps) and is now listed at 12 GB (16 Gbps).
The card is rumored to have a massive 12GB cache which is larger than the ones found in the RTX 3060 Ti, RTX 3070, and even RTX 3080. This has not been confirmed yet but it may be the reason that NVIDIA wants to tackle AMD in the predominant part. Once again, we saw rumors of 20GB and 16GB of the RTX 3080 and RTX 3070 as well which weren’t true as they were early designs that were later scrapped.
The card will feature a 192-bit bus interface and 16Gbps speed, providing bandwidth of up to 384GB / s. The GeForce RTX 3060’s price can end at $ 299 which makes it a phenomenal graphics card.
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series ‘Ampere’ graphics card specifications:
|The name of the graphics card||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 Ti||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 Ti||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 Ti?||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti?||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090|
|GPU name||GA107 amp||GA106 amp?||GA106 amp?||GA104-200 ampere||GA104-300 ampere||GA102-150 ampere||GA102-200 ampere||GA102-250 ampere||GA102-300 ampere|
|Operation node||Samsung 8 nm||Samsung 8 nm||Samsung 8 nm||Samsung 8 nm||Samsung 8 nm||Samsung 8 nm||Samsung 8 nm||Samsung 8 nm||Samsung 8 nm|
|Die size||To be announced||To be announced||To be announced||395.2 mm2||395.2 mm2||628.4 mm2||628.4 mm2||628.4 mm2||628.4 mm2|
|Transistors||To be announced||To be announced||To be announced||17.4 billion||17.4 billion||28 billion||28 billion||28 billion||28 billion|
|TMUs / ROPs||To be announced||To be announced||To be announced||152/80||184/96||232/80||272/96||328/112||328/112|
|Tensor / RT cores||To be announced||To be announced||To be announced||152/38||184/46||232/58||272/68||328/82||328/82|
|The basic hour||To be announced||To be announced||To be announced||1410 MHz||1500 MHz||To be announced||1440 MHz||To be announced||1400 MHz|
|Increase the hour||To be announced||To be announced||To be announced||1665 MHz||1730 MHz||To be announced||1710 MHz||To be announced||1700 MHz|
|FP32 account||To be announced||To be announced||To be announced||16.2 TFLOPs||20 TFLOPs||To be announced||30 TFLOPs||To be announced||36 TFLOPs|
|RT TFLOPs||To be announced||To be announced||To be announced||32.4 TFLOPs||40 TFLOPs||To be announced||58 TFLOPs||To be announced||69 TFLOPs|
|Tensor-TOPs||To be announced||To be announced||To be announced||To be announced||163 peaks||To be announced||238 tops||To be announced||285 peaks|
|Memory capacity||4 GB GDDR6?||6 GB GDDR6?||6 GB GDDR6?||8 GB GDDR6||8 GB GDDR6||10 GB GDDR6X?||10 GB GDDR6X||20 GB GDDR6X||24 GB GDDR6X|
|Memory bus||128 bits||192 bits?||192 bits?||256 bits||256 bits||320 bits||320 bits||320 bits||384 bits|
|Memory speed||To be announced||To be announced||To be announced||14 Gbps||14 Gbps||To be announced||19 Gbps||19 Gbps||19.5 Gbps|
|Band width||To be announced||To be announced||To be announced||448 Gbps||448 Gbps||To be announced||760 Gbps||760 Gbps||936 Gbps|
|TGP||90W?||To be announced||To be announced||180 watts?||220W||320 watts?||320 watts||320 watts||350W|
|Price (MSRP / FE)||149 dollars?||199 dollars?||299 dollars?||$ 399?||$ 499 USD||$ 599 USD?||$ 699 USD||899 USD?||$ 1499|
|Launch (availability)||2021?||2021?||2021?||November 2020?||October 29||Fourth quarter 2020?||September 17||January 2021?||September 24|