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2020/10/23 07:19:52
Xavier Zepherious
NVIDIA Preps New GeForce RTX 30 “GA102” Series SKU To Tackle AMD Radeon RX 6800 Series – To Feature 7424 Cores & 320-Bit Bus
 
The name for the latest NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 series graphics card cannot be confirmed at the moment by Kopite7kimi does provide a look at what the specifications are going to be like. It is likely that the original GeForce RTX 3070 Ti just wasn't enough to match up with the Radeon RX 6800 series graphics cards hence NVIDIA has decided to pump the specifications by replacing its GA104 GPU with the GA102 GPU.
 
Previously, the GeForce RTX 3070 Ti was going to feature the full GA104 GPU with 6144 CUDA cores. The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 Ti was also supposed to feature a 256-bit bus with a 16 GB GDDR6 VRAM but that has changed too. As per the new specs, the card would most likely come with a 320-bit bus interface and as such, we can expect a 10 GB GDDR6X VRAM.
 
 
https://wccftech.com/nvid...le-amd-radeon-rx-6800/
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ie your new 3070ti
 
10GB or 20GB
 
the other one was canceled
 
 
 
this is what competition has brought - nVidia is revamping the lineup
 
expect a revamp 3080 or 3080ti and maybe even a new 3090 or 3090ti
2020/10/23 07:58:17
bdary
It would be nice to see a "3080 Super" get released at the same price point as the current 3080 like they did with the 2080's.  Not holding my breath, but then again, I didn't think they'd do it with the 2080's but they did...
2020/10/23 08:27:51
aka_STEVE_b
interesting to see what happens.....
2020/10/23 08:46:51
Cool GTX
competition is good for the consumer
 
now we have to wait & see what happens
2020/10/23 11:39:48
Sajin
7nm 3090 in bound. 😂
2020/10/24 16:48:00
ReZpawN
Sajin
7nm 3090 in bound. 😂

not happening till super refresh next year, it makes sense too, lower power consumption so higher boost clocks, and 7nm should allow for even higher clocks than now, and micron will have 2gb memory chips ready 
2020/10/24 18:00:37
atfrico
What happened? 3080 and 3090 fast no more🤣🤣.
AMD 600 series are so slow Nvidia decided to start from scratch and end the recent lineup?🤔
So it can produce a slower gpu to beat AMD?🤣🤣🤣🤣
TOLD YA😼
2020/10/24 19:52:52
Xavier Zepherious
ReZpawN
Sajin
7nm 3090 in bound. 😂

not happening till super refresh next year, it makes sense too, lower power consumption so higher boost clocks, and 7nm should allow for even higher clocks than now, and micron will have 2gb memory chips ready 




 
no refresh next year - straight into 5nm and hopper - 5nm is up and running
 
7nm from tsmc going into Ampere production - Nvidia bought up some 7nm space
 
2020/10/24 20:01:31
Xavier Zepherious
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Nvidia is working on improved RTX 3000 GPUs and will have them produced by TSMC at 7 nm.
The company has decided to do this because it is not happy with the low yields achieved at Samsung.
This is evident from a Chinese report that news site Digitimes has acquired. The shortages caused by the low yields will persist until 2021.

The report also shows that Nvidia achieves higher yields with TSMC's 7 nm nodes and that the chips are more efficient than the 8 nm chips made in Samsung's factory.
Nvidia has also already purchased 5 nm production capacity from TSMC.
This capacity will probably be used for the “Hopper” GPUs that are due to be released one year after the Ampere.

 
2020/10/24 20:14:59
z999z3mystorys
Well, I'm already waiting on a GPU upgrade due to lack of stock, adding on more reasons to wait makes it seem like it might not be such a bad thing.

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