2020/09/22 23:36:52
Xavier Zepherious
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 20 GB, RTX 3070 SUPER/TI & GeForce RTX 3060 Graphics Cards Confirmed By Galax

The roadmap which is part of an internal presentation was leaked by unknown sources at Baidu Forums and was spotted by Twitter users @9550Pro & @harukaze5719. The roadmap shows that NVIDIA plans to release at least three new SKUs in its GeForce RTX 30 series lineup. These include the GeForce RTX 3080 20 GB, GeForce RTX 3070 SUPER/Ti, and the GeForce RTX 3060 which have also been rumored in various leaks over the past few weeks.
gigabyte had its own leak

Gigabyte confirms GeForce RTX 3060 8GB, RTX 3070 16GB and RTX 3080 20GB

2020/09/23 02:30:12
In China, Galax has showcased its hardware roadmap to its employees and partners, revealing three unannounced Nvidia RTX 30 series products. For starters, we have Nvidia's 20GB RTX 3080, a new model which will slide between the RTX 3080 10GB and RTX 3090, next, we have Nvidia's RTX 3060 and finally, an unknown PG142 SKU 0 model.  If the charting that Galax uses is legitimate, Nvidia's RTX 3070 will deliver performance levels which are slightly below Nvidia's RTX 2080 Ti and their RTX 3060 will provide performance levels which are similar to an RTX 2080. The roadmap below was uncovered by @9550pro on Twitter. 

Nvidia's unknown PG142 SKU 0 model appears to be the company's rumoured RTX 3070 Ti/RTX 3070 Super model. This GPU is said to offer users more VRAN capacity than a standard RTX 3070 and more CUDA cores. In recent history, Gigabyte product listings have also revealed plans to launch 20GB RTX 30 series graphics cards. These models will offer enough VRAM to meet the needs of future games, though the release timing of these products could depend on Micron, who don't plan to release larger 2GB (16Gb) GDDR6X memory chips until early 2021. That said, Nvidia could release 20GB cards by using two times as many VRAM chips. 
Looks like the cat is out of the bag on the 20GB RTX 3080. 
2020/09/23 04:41:19
Ok I think I'm convinced to wait.
2020/09/23 05:02:30
We all know these cards are waiting in the wings to be announced after AMD cards come out....
2020/09/23 05:05:00
Of course they have something improved, just waiting on the AMD announcement to then hit out the big new cards...
I'm just curious if they will have tweaked "Super' core improvements too ?,.. or just more memory .?
2020/09/23 08:01:30
Let’s hope that the high number of variants and AMD being more competitive leaves us with some more economical options and value propositions.  Without that, this is just whatever they want to charge for the item.  The value proposition is not keeping up with these last two releases.
2020/09/23 09:53:11
we all know there's gonna be more versions above the 10GB.. its obvious..
but according to that VERY RELIABLE image...
only the 3080 is worthy of a 20GB version???  maybe the image is not complete?
and no Ti version? i hope they don't kill the traditional Ti lineup...
2020/09/23 14:04:07
I called it ye😼
Take that nonbelievers😼
2020/09/23 14:32:58
I think it depends on what you have and the upgrade a 3080 would make. For me the 3080 would be enough of a reason to upgrade and if a super does come out it might be like a 5% increase if you are lucky.
2020/09/23 23:14:06
A 20GB 3080 would retain most of the cost of the 3090 without the perf. I would much, much rather see a 12GB 3090 as that would have most of the performance with significantly less cost. 

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