There have been plenty of rumors about what the specifications of NVIDIA’s upcoming GeForce RTX 3080 Ti graphics might look like, but a new GPU-Z screenshot shared by one of the first lucky owners of the card has seemingly confirmed what enthusiasts can expect out of the new flagship. According to the screenshot, the Titanium variant of the GeForce RTX 3080 will feature a base clock of 1,365 MHz (75 MHz slower than the GeForce RTX 3080) and a boost clock of 1,665 MHz (45 MHz slower than the GeForce RTX 3080). It also shows that the GPU will leverage 12 GB of GDDR6X memory, which, based off of the 1,188 MHz default clock, runs at 19 Gbps.

[…] this particular GeForce RTX 3080 Ti sample would offer an ETH mining hash rate of 118.9 Mh/s. That’s a lot. But this is also after optimizations (we can see that the TDP is reduced to 278W and the memory clock is 21.4 Gbps). Such a mining performance would certainly not go unnoticed by miners. After all, literally, the first performance leak of RTX 3080 Ti features mining performance. It just proves how big of a problem it has become.

Source: VideoCardz

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  1. [QUOTE=”Riccochet, post: 33334, member: 4″]
    when can I buy one for MSRP?
    My guess is sometime after we colonize Mars.

  2. [QUOTE=”hubaduba, post: 33313, member: 1423″]
    So much for that new mining limiter.
    odds are that when they do launch the official driver will enforce it. I noticed how they had the driver version wiped out on that GPU-Z screenshot.

  3. What is up with that texture fill rate? Why such a massive bump in the number of TMU’s? Also, no PhsyX support? Shens?

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