Praveen Yadav | Jul 25, 2021 | 0
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 with 384-bit 24 GB GDDR6X VRAM
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 could be the new graphic card in NVIDIA’s TITAN SERIES with 384-bit 24 GB GDDR6X VRAM.
Nvidia might be quick to stem the progression of data with respect to its upcoming Ampere-Powered graphic cards following leaked images showing up recently. Be that as it may, the main subtleties of what we can anticipate from a trio of cards has surfaced online. We’ve reported about alleged pictures of the upcoming NVIDIA RTX 3080 cards that indicated a one of a kind cooling plan with fans set on inverse sides of the card.
Those photos demonstrated an unpredictable PCB with the fan presently being put nearer to the genuine GPU. While it was at first not satisfactory if the photos were genuine or counterfeit, NVIDIA has obviously propelled an interior examination with an emphasis on contract producers Foxconn and Build Your Dreams (BYD) who were entrusted with making the Founders Edition card. This implies those photos could surely be genuine.
While it is conceivable that NVIDIA may roll out certain improvements before the authority disclose not long from now, Igor’s Lab has discovered that each of the three GeForce Ampere Founders Edition cards that will dispatch will be founded on the PG133 circuit board with the primary differentiators being VRAM and board power. While the Founders Edition cards will have an extra pattern for the new cooling arrangement, a PG132 board without the pattern is being offered to include board (AiB) accomplices for perhaps custom cooling arrangements. Igor’s Lab refers to sources that guarantee that the Founders Edition’s development and the cooler set up alone expenses US$150.
|SKU 10||PG132||GA102||RTX 3090 (Ti/Super/Titan)||384-bit 24 GB GDDR6X||350 W||3x DP, HDMI, NVLink|
|SKU 20||PG132||GA102||RTX 3080 (Ti/Super)||352-bit 11 GB GDDR6X||320 W||3x DP, HDMi|
|SKU 30||PG132||GA102||RTX 3080||320-bit 10 GB GDDR6X||320 W||3x DP, HDMi|
As per Igor’s Lab, we may see a RTX 3090 with a 350 W TGP as the lead card. The RTX 3090 could, actually, be a rebranded Titan. Or on the other hand, NVIDIA may present it under the Titan moniker itself with another advertising name. That part is as yet unsubstantiated until further notice. Igor’s Lab additionally says that we may see both a RTX 3080 with 10 GB of 320-piece GDDR6X and a RTX 3080 Ti with 11 GB of 352-piece GDDR66X RAM.
Both these cards appear are so close in specs, so it is very well conceivable that NVIDIA would present some separation between them if at all both these cards see the light of the day without a moment’s delay. Additionally, we haven’t caught wind of different executions of GDDR6X yet so the memory type despite everything ought to be taken with a touch of salt.
Considering his source’s data that GA102 on the PG132 reference board will have an all out designs power (TGP) of 350 W, Igor’s Lab figured out how to derive that the GPU power alone would be around 230 W considering power devoured by the 24 GB GDDR6X VRAM, MOSFETs for GPU voltage, framebuffer voltage, AUX, fans, and PCB misfortune.