Nvidia is launching a new 12GB model of its RTX 3080 today. Uncovered at first in Nvidia's most recent GeForce drivers, the new 12GB model goes on sale today from select board accomplices and offers 2GB more memory than the original 10GB RTX 3080.
A memory knock is gladly received, especially as it was a wellspring of worry during our underlying audit of the RTX 3080 of every 2020. It likewise matches the 12GB found on the RTX 3080 Ti. This new RTX 3080 model additionally incorporates 8960 CUDA centers, a knock of almost 3% over the first. The redesigned memory likewise implies this GPU has 20% more total data transmission over the first 10GB variation, on account of a more extensive 384-cycle memory transport.
Nvidia is as yet suggesting a 750W power supply, however this 12GB RTX 3080 draws an additional 30 watts of force, up to 350 watts altogether contrasted with the 320W draw on the first RTX 3080.
It's a somewhat minor update over the first RTX 3080, and it's destined to be as hard to buy in stores. Nvidia's new 12GB RTX 3080 shows up only days after the organization likewise reported another RTX 3090 Ti with quicker memory and better execution, and a $249 RTX 3050. The financial plan RTX 3050 offers beam following and DLSS support at a considerably more reasonable cost, accepting that you're going to catch one at retail cost. Nvidia is promising to detail more with regards to the RTX 3090 Ti not long from now.
RTX 3080 12GB evaluating not set in stone generally by board accomplices, so we're standing by to hear additional declarations from sellers to decide precisely how this new GPU will be estimated. EVGA has valued its own RTX 3080 (12GB) at $1,249.99.