NVIDIA Readying Refreshed RTX Cards with Faster Memory to Counter AMD’s Navi

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According to RedGamingTech, NVIDIA is planning a refreshed range of RTX Turing cards to fend off AMD’s Navi lineup.  These cards will reportedly feature GDDR6 memory running at a clock speed of 16 Gbps. That’s a 2 Gbps improvement over current RTX GPUs, which have a memory speed of 14 Gbps.


For the RTX 2080, that would mean a jump in memory bandwidth from 448GB/s to 512GB/s, an almost 15% increase (and faster memory bandwidth means a faster graphics card in general).


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