RTX 3080 Promise To Provide 1.5 Times Higher Performance Than Previous Generation. Nvidia Will Launch RTX 3080 Ti Globally On June 3.

By Megan Paul

Nvidia today launched its latest gaming flagship GPU, GeForce RTX 3080 Ti. Based on Nvidia’s latest Ampere architecture, The RTX 3080 Ti Will Inherit The RTX 3080 And Promise To Provide 1.5 Times Higher Performance Than The Previous Generation RTX 2080 Ti. Nvidia will launch the RTX 3080 Ti globally on June 3, priced at US$1,199.

The RTX 3080 Ti looks a lot like the RTX 3080, with the same design and ports. The main difference is power transition and VRAM. The RTX 3080 Ti comes with more VRAM than the RTX 3080, with a total of 12GB of GDDR6X. This new GPU is essentially the closest thing to the RTX 3090 on the paper, with only half of the VRAM. $1,199 is the same as Nvidia’s price for the RTX 2080 Ti Founders Edition card, which is $300 lower than the behemoth RTX 3090.


If you choose RTX 3080 Ti instead of 3090, you will lose the extra 12GB of video memory. For this $300 difference, there may be a slight performance improvement. But the RTX 3090 is vast because it has a lot more cool. Larger, and the RTX 3080 Ti has the same hardware design as the RTX 3080. This may cause people to worry about the operating temperature of the RTX 3080 Ti. Still, we have to wait for Nvidia to include its cryptocurrency nerf Ti in the RTX 3080, as do the new RTX 3080 and RTX 3070 cards. Instead, Nvidia provides a separate cryptocurrency mining processor (CMP) for Ethereum miners.

These cards include the best mining performance and efficiency but are not designed to handle games. Elsewhere, the power requirements of the RTX 3080 Ti are the same as those of the RTX 3090. You will need a 750-watt power supply, and the card can consume up to 350 watts of power. This is the same as the RTX 3090, but the power consumption of the RTX 3080 is as low as 320 watts. Like the previous RTX 3080, the 3080 Ti also uses Nvidia’s new 12-pin connector. Nvidia will include an adapter compatible with an eight-pin cable.

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Nvidia will also launch a second GPU next week, the RTX 3070 Ti. The RTX 3070 Ti, priced at $599, will be available on June 10 and aims to provide 1.5 times higher performance than the previous RTX 2070 Super. It will include 8GB of GDDR6X memory. Both new RTX cards will support all Nvidia’s ray tracing, DLSS, and Reflex technologies. More than 50 games now support Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS), which provides games with performance improvements driven by artificial intelligence.

Although these two new Nvidia GPUs will be available this month, the actual availability and pricing will obviously be different. Since its launch last year, everyone has worked hard to get the new RTX 30 series GPU, and the flagship RTX 3080 Ti and the more affordable RTX 3070 Ti will not help improve this. During the continued supply constraints, demand remains very high. Nvidia has warned that these supply issues will continue into 2021, so don’t expect to get RTX 3080 Ti or RTX 3070 Ti quickly anytime soon.

This news was originally published at The East Country Gazette.