NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 compared to RTX 2080 Ti in benchmark
The announcement of new video cards from NVIDIA is scheduled for early fall this year, but details about the models of the RTX 3000 line have been published by insiders on several times. Alleged technical specifications and a photograph of the GeForce RTX 3080 have already leaked into the network, and recently the results of testing the future flagship in 3DMark have become known.
Twitter insider @_rogame posted in his blog unconfirmed data of testing the upcoming new product in the popular synthetic benchmark, along with the results of other video cards. According to the leak, the supposed GeForce RTX 3080 scored 18,257 points in the Time Spy discipline — 31% more than last year's RTX 2080 Ti. Also, the new product bypassed the TITAN RTX and TITAN V, slightly inferior only to the EVGA RTX 2080 Ti XC overclocked to 2385 MHz.
According to the source, the GPU clock frequency of the unnamed model was 1935 MHz, and the video memory was 6000 MHz. The latter indicator, according to the informant, does not correspond to reality, since the benchmark could not recognize the GDDR6X standard. The upcoming product is attributed to the GA102-200-Kx-A1 graphics chip with 4352 CUDA cores, 10 GB of video memory at a speed of 19 Gbit/s, and a 320-bit bus with a bandwidth of about 760 GB/s.
The announcement of the 30th NVIDIA GeForce series is scheduled for September, the estimated price of new products is unknown.