Rumor: With chips in short supply, don't be sad for those looking to upgrade their graphics card, what should Nvidia do to help those who can't afford to buy or find their products? Maybe focus more on producing your low to medium bids? If the rumors are to be believed, the answer is that a number of new Ampere cards will be released, from the RTX 3050 to the RTX 3090 Ti.
The rumor comes from VideoCardz and leaker @kopite7kimi, so take it with your usual dose of salt. The first is a new version of the RTX 3080 that uses a GAU GA102-220 GPU, has 12 GB of GDDR6X memory and uses a 384-bit memory bus, which may indicate that a vanilla RTX 3080 with 10 GB of VRAM has been discontinued. .
It's not clear if the new RTX 3080 will be called Super or Ti, although the former seems more likely, as there is currently an RTX 3080 Ti that uses a GA102-250 GPU. As with previous Super cards, we can expect a 5-10 percent increase in performance over the standard RTX 3080.
Another rumor is that the desktop RTX 3050 Ti works with the GA106. GPU-150-A1 This machine has 3072 FP32 or 6GB or 12GB GDDR6 cores with 192-bit bus interface, which is more powerful than the laptop version. Kopite7kimi also believes that there is a Ti-free version that uses a GAU GA107-350-A1 (2,304 FP32 cores) and a 90W TGP.
Where is my tweet about the 3050 Ti? I want to update it. Possibly, RTX 3050 Ti, GA106-150-A1, 3072FP32, 6/12G GD6. Rumor.- kopite7kimi (@kopite7kimi) October 13, 2021
Want more options? A 16GB version of the RTX 3070 Ti is also rumored to be on the way, and Nvidia is rumored to relaunch the RTX 2060 with 12GB of memory. In addition, anyone with a lot of money can choose the 450W RTX 3090 Ti.
Again, these are all rumors, but it wouldn't be surprising to see Nvidia update a number of new SKUs as part of the amp in January. But consumers are unlikely to be happy with the high price and near-zero availability of the company's complexity with a new line of cards with slightly more memory and performance. We are still looking for them.
The latest Nvidia and AMD graphics cards have been on the rise since early August after their prices fell. In the case of the red team, the RDNA 2 chain is on average 83% higher than the MSRP.
Nvidia is rumored to release a number of new cards, including the RTX 3080, RTX 3070 Ti, and RTX 2060.