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Is the EVGA RTX 3080 ti FTW 3 Ultra a LHR card?

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2021/10/13 20:15:09 (permalink)
Sorry if this has been answered. Since this card has the suffix - KR, does this mean it doesn’t have a LHR on it?
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    Re: Is the EVGA RTX 3080 ti FTW 3 Ultra a LHR card? 2021/10/13 23:19:53 (permalink)
    Yes, all 3080 ti models are LHR.  The reason EVGA's 3080 tis have the -KR suffix is apparently that the switch to using -KL was made too late in the process to adjust the ti SKUs.
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    Re: Is the EVGA RTX 3080 ti FTW 3 Ultra a LHR card? 2021/10/14 06:49:01 (permalink)
    Actually when NVIDIA made the switch to LHR in early May, cards already in production got the KL suffix and all released after May have the KR suffix.  All NVIDIA chips produced after May are LHR regardless of suffix except the 3090s, which are non-LHR.


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    Re: Is the EVGA RTX 3080 ti FTW 3 Ultra a LHR card? 2021/10/14 10:45:43 (permalink)
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    Actually when NVIDIA made the switch to LHR in early May, cards already in production got the KL suffix and all released after May have the KR suffix.  All NVIDIA chips produced after May are LHR regardless of suffix except the 3090s, which are non-LHR.



    The 3070 ti models are all -KL, presumably because they were earlier in the production process when the switch to using -KL SKUs happened, so EVGA had time to rename them.  It's only the 3080 ti models, all of them, that don't follow the convention.
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