A brand new rumor suggests Nvidia isn’t messing round with its upcoming Ampere graphics cards launch, with the RTX 3000 sequence GPUs (as we’re nonetheless referring to them till we get an official title), starting to launch in September with a variety of (very highly effective) specs.
The main points apparently come from sources known to Wccftech and allege that Nvidia will launch three new graphics playing cards in September, adopted by one other GPU in October and two extra at a later date that has not but been determined.
What’s maybe most fascinating is that the rumors appear to substantiate that Nvidia’s flagship graphics card, which can change the RTX 2080 Ti, will include an enormous 24GB of vRAM.
That’s an extremely great amount of reminiscence, rivalled solely by the ultra-expensive RTX Titan, and it looks as if Nvidia is ensuring its arch rival AMD doesn’t get the ability benefit, because it’s rumored to be launching its ‘Big Navi’ flagship GPU across the similar time, and that’s supposedly coming with 16GB of vRAM.
In response to Wccftech’s sources, a GPU with the PG132-10 board, which might be the RTX 3080 Ti or even the RTX 3090, will launch with 24GB of vRAM, a 384 bit bus width within the second half of September.
Nvidia may even apparently be launching two playing cards aimed toward changing the present RTX 2080 Super. The primary, primarily based on the PG132-30 board and which might be the RTX 3080, will include 10GB of vRAM and a 320-bit bus, and can launch in mid September.
A second GPU, with the PG132-20 board, will include 20GB of vRAM and a 320-bit bus width, and can launch within the first half of October.
Nvidia can also be apparently planning two GPUs to interchange the RTX 2070 Super, with the PG142-10 launching within the second half of September with 8GB of vRAM and a 256-bit bus. This can be adopted by the PG142-0, which can include 16GB of vRAM. This GPU’s bus width and launch date have apparently not been determined but.
Lastly, Nvidia seems like it is going to be launching a extra inexpensive GPU to interchange the RTX 2060 Super. It will have the PG190-10 board with 8GB vRAM and a 256-bit bus – although once more the launch date is seemingly not set in stone.
Keep in mind, these are all nonetheless rumors, although Wccftech appears moderately assured of their reliability. In the event that they are actual, then it seems like Nvidia is getting ready an onslaught of highly effective GPUs within the subsequent few months that would make life very troublesome for AMD.
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