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As news of the suspicious launch of NVIDIA's long-awaited Ampere RTX 3000 series GPU approaches on September 1, new information indicates that NVIDIA plans to release at least three high-end versions with significant improvements in the capacity of memory.

According to leaker Wjm47196, NVIDIA will release 10GB, 20GB and 24GB versions in its Ampere product line. The leaks indicate that all GPUs will use GA102 cores with 320-bit or 384-bit memory bus interfaces. The GA104 core variant will reportedly be equipped with a 256-bit bus interface and will be equipped with 8GB.

All Ampere GeForce RTX 3000 series GPUs will reportedly be equipped with GDDR6X memory, although no DRAM manufacturer has shown any signs of producing this memory. We cannot rule out that NVIDIA requires manufacturers to remain silent and not publish information on public websites, etc., to ensure that the news will cause a sensation when it arrives in a few weeks. In any case, September 1st should end any speculation.

As for which SKUs meet these specifications and memory configurations, the details are still unclear. However, VideoCardz provided some estimates. The

RTX Titan may be a GA102400 GPU, 5376 CUDA cores, 24GB of memory, and a 384-bit variant. RTX 3090 / 3080Ti can have GA102300 GPU, 5248 cores, 20GB memory, and 320-bit memory bus interface. RTX 3080 can target GA102200 GPUs, 4352 CUDA cores, 10GB memory, and 320-bit memory bus interface. At the lower end of the line, RTX 3070 can include GA104400 GPUs, CUDA 2944 cores, 8GB memory, and 256-bit memory bus interface. Finally, RTX 3060 can be a GA106300 GPU, 6GB memory, and 192-bit memory bus interface. The

leak also indicates that NVIDIA plans to release an upgraded version of the Ampere GeForce RTX 3000 series GPU under the SUPER name in the coming year, with better specs than the released SKU. Based on this generation of SUPER line, we will likely see higher clock speeds, higher memory speeds, and improved memory capacity SKUs. Like the Turing Super Card, we can also see the price reduction of the released version.

In other Ampere news, reports that appeared earlier this week indicated that with the launch of the Founders Edition, owners will be able to get a number of third-party custom AIB variants on day one. For now, the builders seem to be spoiled.

As always, have reservations about all of this, especially when NVIDIA suspects that the big reveal is only a few weeks away. In the meantime, check out our most recommended GPU here.

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