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Nvidia geforce rtx 30 series ampere graphics cards release date where to buy

Before NVIDIA’s major Ampere presentation next week, the folks at VideoCardz revealed the specifications of a batch of GeForce RTX 30 series GPUs.

According to foreign media reports, NVIDIA plans to release three variants in September: GeForce RTX 3090, GeForce RTX 3080 and GeForce RTX 3070. RTX 3090 and RTX 3080 will be available in mid-September, followed by RTX 3070. Later this month. This release line is expected to occupy an important position in the NVIDIA GeForce special event held on September 1. All three variants of the

RTX 30 series use the 7nm process node, including the 2nd generation ray tracing core, the 3rd generation tensioner core, PCI Express 4.0 support, HDMI 2.1 and DisplayPort display output connector 1.4.

GeForce RTX 3090 leads, consisting of GA102300A1 7nm GPU, PG132 SKU 30 motherboard, 5248 CUDA cores, 24GB GDDR6X VRAM, 1695MHz boost clock, 19.5Gbps memory clock, 384/36-bit memory bus bandwidth and 350 W TGP. According to the details of the customized AIB model received by VideoCardz, the customized version of the GeForce RTX 3090 will use an 8-pin power connector instead of the 12-pin model confirmed by NVIDIA for the founder's version. The company will sell it at launch.

migrated to GeForce RTX 3080, this variant will be equipped with GA102200 7nm GPU, PG132 SKU 10 board, 4352 CUDA cores, 10GB GDDR6X VRAM, 1710MHz accelerated clock speed, 19 Gbps memory clock, 320 s760 bit memory bus, bandwidth and 320 W TGP. Like the 3090, the customized version will stick to the 8-pin power connector layout. VideoCardz also reported that certain third-party manufacturers are developing a 20GB variant of the GeForce RTX 3080, but will not release it until later.

As for the latest piece in NVIDIA's Ampere GPU game, the GeForce RTX 3070, the details are thinner compared to the other two cards. It will include GA104300 GPU, PGA142 SKU 10 board, 8GB GDDR6X VRAM, 16Gbps memory clock, 256-bit memory bus, 512GB / s bandwidth and 220W TGP. VideoCardz noted that its source was unable to confirm details about the number of CUDA cores and the clock speed.

It should be noted that VideoCardz claimed that it obtained the specifications from an unspecified source, so a degree of suspicion is necessary. VideoCardz isn't in the business of selling lies, so the specs are likely true, but with NVIDIA's main announcement about to go live, waiting for it may be the best course of action before jumping to conclusions. NVIDIA’s Ultimate Countdown will end on September 1, when NVIDIA CEO Huang Renxun is expected to launch the next-generation Ampere gaming GPU.

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