Talks about the RTX 3080 Ti is back again now with a launch closer at hand, details about the actual GPU which NVIDIA is using has now surfaced with a die shot of the GA-102-225 now clearly indicating the card’s possible performance. A GPU-Z shot of the RTX 3080 Ti also surfaces to fuel further analysis.
The GA102-225 seems to be a slight variety of the GA-102-300 on the RTX 3090 with the latter having 10240 CUDA cores and the RTX 3090’s GA-102-300 having 10752. The RTX 3080 Ti is looking to have a launch configuration of an 12GB GDDR6X memory with a 384-bit bus which should push around 19Gbps of memory bandwidth which totals to 912GB/s overall on the card. An early leak shows a mining hash rate of 118.9Mh/s in Ethereum, sources state.
No exact launch date yet but previous discussions from shareholder meetings from MSI is looking at a Q2 launch. Pricing is assumed to sit below the RTX 3090 but with the GPU market climate as it is right now, these cards are going to be hard to come by.