When the console is ready to welcome the next generation console which will be released at the end of the year. PC users were also apparently preparing to welcome the latest generation of Nvidia graphics cards that will take the code name “Ampere”.
And PC builders don’t seem to have to wait long, because on May 14, 2020 tomorrow Nvidia will hold its digital conference, the GTC in San Jose, California. Nvidia even gave a teaser showing the CEO – Jensen Huang releasing what they call “the world’s largest graphics card”.
While waiting for the official announcement tomorrow, it turns out some leaks about the superiority of the RTX 3000 generation have apparently spread to cyberspace. As reported by Tweaktown, it is said that the lowest series of the RTX 3000 series, the RTX 3060, can defeat the current Nvidia flagship series, which is 2080 Ti.
In the leaked specifications, the RTX 3060 which has the Nvidia Ampere GA104 code will have CUDA Cores up to 2560, RT Cores up to 80, Tensor Cores to 320, GPU Boost clocked at 2 GHz, and equipped with GDDR6 RAM with speeds of 16 Gb per second, and GPUs this itself is said to be released as early as 2021.
While the highest series later, the RTX 3080 Ti is even claimed to be 50% faster than the RTX 2080 Ti. How not, in the rumors of specifications circulating RTX 3080 Ti will be equipped with 5376 CUDA Cores. GPU Boost clocked up to 2.2 GHz, RAM GDDR 6 with speeds of up to 18 GB per second.
With all these super specifications the GPU is said to be a bottleneck for running Full HD or 1080p resolution and even 1440p. So that the RTX 3080 Ti itself will run smoothly in 4K resolution which is predicted to become a new standard for gaming in the future. This is what makes the claim that the RTX 3080 Ti will be able to run games that have been optimally 50% faster at 4K resolution.
Finally, the reference version RTX 3080 Ti will still adopt a form similar to that of RTX 2080 Ti, but will add one more fan to the cooler. The design will also be made more minimalist by reducing the screws on the back of the card. And it is also rumored that Nvidia will soon have monitoring software for their own GPU.