Rtx 3080 ti launch pushed back to february next year
After first showing the latest gaming laptops and workstations that will power its RTX 3080 MaxQ variant, Nvidia’s keynote ushered in the main event we have been waiting for: its latest desktop GPUs: RTX 3080 Ti and RTX 3070 ! you!
These two graphics cards will be based on the same Ampere technology as the other 30 series brothers: with "the second generation RT core and the third generation tensor core", this is expected to be the "largest generation leap in history", this statement has at least RTX 3080 has done this, compared with RTX 2080, the performance has been greatly improved.
Although Nvidia did not confirm all the details of its card specifications, it did not mention the number of CUDA cores of the two. For example, although the data of the two are rumored, we still provide some information about the two, as shown below, And their official prices ($1,199 for 3080 Ti and $599 for 3070 Ti) and scheduled release dates (June 3 and June 10, 2021, respectively).
Obviously, everyone’s concern is whether they can actually buy these cards at launch (good luck!) given the ongoing inventory issues (good luck!) If they do manage to get a card, they can actually How long will it take to complete? Given the high prices that currently plague the market, do we have to pay for it?
Although we almost have to wait until the release date to get answers to these questions, in order to ensure you have the best chance of getting one of the cards, please make sure you lock our 3080 purchase location Ti and where to purchase Las 3070 Ti page, provide Links to major retailers around the world.
Nvidia claims that the RTX 3080 Ti is 1.5 times faster than the RTX 2080 Ti, and provides previous FPS performance comparisons in various games to confirm this. Obviously, you should always have reservations about the performance provided by the manufacturer and wait for third-party testing. The specifications, release date, and suggested retail price of the graphics card provided in the
Computex keynote are as follows:
As mentioned above, there is no discussion of the card's number of CUDA cores, nor its speed clock or memory speed. . However, we will be able to tell you all of these details on June 2, when we will show our review of the card's Gigabyte AIB, so pay attention to this space!
In Nvidia's words, the upgraded variant of the more popular RTX 3070 Ti graphics card may be an exciting proposition for most readers who can't afford the RTX 3080 Ti. Nvidia claims that the card will be 1.5 times faster than the 2070 Super and will have the following specifications, release date, and suggested retail price: