Alleged NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti (20 GB) Benchmarks Surface from China

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A user on Chinese video-sharing website Bilbili has shared the world’s first alleged benchmarks for NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 3080 Ti graphics card. According to a GPU-Z screenshot shown in the video, the GPU boasts an increased CUDA Core count of 10,496, which matches that of the GeForce RTX 3090, as well as 20 GB of VRAM—10 GB more than the standard flagship. The specifications echo previous rumors that suggested the Titanium variant would line up rather closely with NVIDIA’s BFGPU.

“[…] there is no difference in performance from the 3090,” the host wrote (machine translation). “The only difference is the loss of memory bandwidth (320b like the 3080). Since this time the PCB is an engineering version and has been repaired, there is no overclocking in this test, but the mining power of this graphics card is very scary.”

“Ethereum 125M, but the power consumption is 267W lower than RTX3080 and RTX3090! (It means that normal players can hardly buy this graphics card without castration of computing power!) The card will be officially released after this year, and the price is planned to be 7999~8999, but if the video memory chip is still out of stock and If the price increases, the price may go up!”

The video includes benchmarks for four games (Battlefield V, Grand Theft Auto V, The Witcher 3, and Shadow of the Tomb Raider), as well as a variety of 3DMark results. harukaze5719 has compiled the 3DMark scores into a chart, which you can check out in his tweet below.

Tsing Mui
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