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Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 Ti leak just revealed price, release date and anti-scalper measures

The Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 Ti looks like it’s creeping closer to a release, currently tipped for next month, with a new leak claiming it’ll come with anti-mining measures to make it easier to buy and keep prices close to MSRP. 

That’s according to a report by ITHome, flagged by our colleague at Tom’s Hardware, which claims Nvidia’s supercharged take of the GeForce RTX 3080 will come sometime in May and will cost $1,099. 

At that price the GeForce RTX 3080 Ti will sit between the RTX 3080 and the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090. 

From the leaks so far it’s expected to come with the Ampere-based GA102 GPU and sport 10,240 CUDA in comparison to the RTX 3080’s 8,704 cores. Supporting those cores is an expected 12GB of GDDR6X video memory controlled via a 384-bit memory interface. In short, non-technical terms, the GeForce RTX 3080 Ti will be one powerful graphics card to appeal to people who want even more performance in high-end 4K gaming than the mighty RTX 3080 can manage; think running demanding games like Cyberpunk 2077.

All this looks rather promising. But the big hurdle for any new graphics card is meeting immense demand during a severe semiconductor shortage due to the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic. We’ve seen this when trying to Google where to buy the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 and a myriad of other graphics cards from Team Green as well as AMD. 

However, the GeForce RTX 3080 Ti is tipped to have built-in anti-mining measures that should prevent it from appealing to cryptocurrency miners. At the moment, miners are using parallel processing in graphics cards to mine for digital money. We’ve seen Nvidia use a similar strategy for the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060, though that hasn't stopped it from being snapped up by cryptocurrency miners that managed to easily get around the limiter. 

Hopefully, Nvidia will have shored up its defenses against miners with the GeForce RTX 3080 Ti. But we’d still hazard a guess that it’s not going to be easy to buy as a lot of people have still been unable to get an RTX 3080, six months after release. 

We’ll have to wait and see if that prediction come to fruition next month. But we suspect that the new graphics card, just as with PS5 and Xbox Series X, will be difficult to buy for the remainder of the year.

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GeForce RTX 3080 Ti Leak Galore: LEADTEK And PALIT RTX 3080 Ti 12GB Get Their RRA Certification

Gigabyte Submits 12 NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti 12 GB Graphics Card & A CMP 30HX To The EEC 2

Getting their RRA certification leaked (RRA1, RRA2 via Videocardz) is pretty much a right of passage for most graphics cards and the LEADTEK and PALIT GeForce RTX 3080 Tis are no different. Both AICs got their RRA certification this month - which indicates that a launch is very close. The RTX 3080 Ti is going to be NVIDIA's flagship Ampere card (unless you count the TITAN in 3090 skin) and if they are successful with the crypto has rate limiter, might actually be available to buy.

NVIDIA RTX 3080 Ti 12GB gets RRA certification, launch imminent

The RRA certifications confirm two GPUS: RTX 3080 Ti Hurricane (from Leadtek) and RTX 3080 Ti GAMINGPRO OC D6X (from Palit). Both will feature the standard 12GB vram of the RTX 3080 Ti model and should look identical to their non-Ti counterparts. WhyCry was kind enough to show us the pictures of their non-Ti variants and you can assume the Ti ones will look basically the same. According to VCZ, NVIDIA is set to announce its RTX 3080 Ti and RTX 3070 Ti GPUs on the 31st of May at the virtual Comptuex 2021 conference.

Image courtesy of Videocardz

Image courtesy of Videocardz

The NVIDIA RTX 3070 Ti will be based on the GA104-400 GPU and hafve 6144 CUDA cores divided into 48 GPU clusters. This means it has exactly 2 more clusters than its non-Ti variant and 20 less than the RTX 3080. It will feature 48 RT cores (cor comparison the RTX 3080 has 68) which is also 2 more than the RTX 3070 and 20 less than the RTX 3080. ROPs will be 96 for this segment of NVIDIA's lineup and the clock speed is syet to be confirmed. It will feature a 256-bit memory bus with 8 GB or 16 GB GDDR6X memory clocked at 19 Gbps.

interestingly, the RTX 3070 Ti is positioned as something of a replacement of the RTX 3070 because its not *that* powerful compared to its name sake. With just a difference of 2 GPU clusters, theres only so much performance to be gained. The RTX 3080 Ti on the other hand rocks a massive difference when compared to its namesake.

The RTX 3080 Ti has 12 more GPU clusters compared to the RTX 3080 for a total of 10240 cores (2 less than the RTX 3090). It has 80 RT cores and 112 ROPs. It will be coupled with a 12 GB GDDR6X vRAM buffer and a 384-bit bus for a total of 912 GB/s. It is clearly a monster of a card and from the specifications, it appears to be a very slightly, less-powerful, replacement of the RTX 3090 and the true flagship of NVIDIA's ampere lineup.

In another world, where cryptocurrencies did not exist, I would have been very excited for this launch, but not it feels as if I am writing for another card that will likely never end up in gamer's hands and will spend its many digital cycles toiling away in a cryptocurrency mine somewhere. NVIDIA does have a hash limited planned but if its like the last one and only stops ETH, it won't matter much. The supply and demand situation is very unlikely to improve within a month and with the global chip and NAND shortage, it is unlikely this card will be anywhere its MSRP anyways (whatever that may be). Still, gamers can still hope to get their hands on these by signing up for AIB's waiting lists and staying put for a few months.

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Nvidia appears to be getting ready to launch its RTX 3080 Ti graphics card later this month. Over the past few weeks, RTX 3080 Ti cards have reportedly been spotted on shipping pallets, in retail boxes, and now in the hands of someone. VideoCardz has been at the center of tracking down Nvidia’s rumored RTX 3080 Ti card, and it reports the GPU will be launched on May 31st, alongside the RTX 3070 Ti.

The RTX 3080 Ti will reportedly include 12GB of GDDR6X memory, a 2GB increase over what’s found on the RTX 3080. A wider 384-bit bus is rumored, matching the RTX 3090 — and an increase to the memory bandwidth over the RTX 3080. What this all means in terms of performance isn’t exactly clear yet, but it certainly looks like the RTX 3080 Ti will sit comfortably in between the RTX 3080 and the RTX 3090.

That may mean we’re looking at another GPU from Nvidia that’s over the $1,000 mark, but given the scalper prices for the RTX 3080, that’s not exactly unusual now. VideoCardz spotted an MSI 3080 Ti late last week, and today YouTuber Moore’s Law Is Dead now claims to know someone with an unannounced Gigabyte RTX 3080 Ti.

This Redditor claims to have spotted a 3080Ti at a store in the UAE:

MSI 3080Ti Surprim X spotted at a store in UAE from nvidia

If the reports are accurate, we should be getting a lot more details about both the RTX 3080 Ti and the 3070 Ti later this month. Both cards are also rumored to ship with the same Ethereum cryptocurrency mining limiter that Nvidia implemented with the RTX 3060. Nvidia accidentally removed this nerf with a driver update, before once again reinstating the hash limiter last week.

Either way, many people waiting to build PCs right now might not get overly excited about news of yet another GPU launch. It has been nearly impossible to buy RTX 30-series cards thanks to a global chip shortage and massive demand from PC gamers looking to upgrade. Launching yet another GPU won’t fix the supply and demand issues that Nvidia has already warned will continue throughout 2021.

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Unboxing of MANLI GeForce RTX 3080 Ti leaks out

The world’s first unboxing of GeForce RTX 3080 Ti

Slovakian website Vybermat has the first unboxing of the RTX 3080 Ti.

While the graphics card has not yet been announced, not to mention a release, Vybermat already got its hands on a retail version of the Manali RTX 3080 Ti graphics card. These guys are not under embargo, in fact, they don’t even have access to the press driver, hence no benchmarks were posted alongside the photo gallery.

MANLI GeForce RTX 3080 Ti, Source: Vybermat

The RTX 3080 Ti from MANLI is most likely based on NVIDIA reference board design, as this manufacturer usually does semi-custom models. This means that the card features a triple-fan and 2.5-2.7-slot cooling solution.

MANLI GeForce RTX 3080 Ti, Source: Vybermat

Being based on a reference board means that the card will feature dual 8-pin power connectors. The PCB is visibly shorter than the cooler though.

MANLI GeForce RTX 3080 Ti, Source: Vybermat

As mentioned above, the website had no access to the driver, so instead, they improvised. It is possible to modify existing drivers to trick software such as GPU-Z to read the correct data. It does not however mean that the driver will work in games. This is why the software reports on RTX 3090, despite featuring the correct PCI Device ID of 2208 for RTX 3080 Ti graphics.

The GPU-Z confirms that the RTX 3080 Ti features 10240 CUDA cores and 12GB GDDR6X memory. What is not clear is why the software reports on a 1350 MHz memory clock, which means 21.6 Gb/s.

MANLI GeForce RTX 3080 Ti (GPU-Z), Source: Vybermat

NVIDIA is set to announce its RTX 3080 Ti graphics card in less than 24 hours. The RTX 3080 Ti will be shown alongside RTX 3070 Ti, which is launching a week later. This MANLI model should go on sale on June 3rd, a day after official reviews.

Source: Vybermat via @momomo_us



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Leaked pics of Nvidia’s own RTX 3080 Ti could disappoint some

Nvidia’s RTX 3080 Ti is hotly tipped to be unleashed imminently, and here we have (yet another) leak about the GPU, this time showing pics of what are claimed to be final images of the card.

The images of the purported RTX 3080 Ti Founders Edition come courtesy of VideoCardz and they show a graphics card which is, well, identical to Nvidia’s vanilla RTX 3080 Founders Edition. In other words, it offers the same overall two-slot design, and two fans for cooling (one front, one rear), plus the 12-pin power connector (so you may need to use an adaptor, just as before).

That’s kind of expected – as indeed the leaks of third-party RTX 3080 Ti graphics cards we’ve seen have shown mainly unchanged designs compared to the base RTX 3080 spins – but still, some folks might be disappointed at the seeming lack of any movement at all on the design front. And as VideoCardz points out, there may be a few concerns around cooling here.

That’s because the RTX 3080 has a rated power consumption of 320W, yet the RTX 3080 Ti is believed to up this to 350W – the same level as the RTX 3090 – so the potential worry for gamers is how the new Founders Edition will cope with the additional power and heat, given that same card and cooler design.

Cool runnings?

However, to be fair to Nvidia, its cooling solution worked very nicely with the RTX 3080, as we observed in our review. Still, with the performance of the RTX 3080 Ti rumored to be jacked up to very close to RTX 3090 levels, some concerns may still remain in this area…

Nvidia’s RTX 3080 Ti is expected to be revealed alongside the 3070 Ti at Computex on May 31, with the graphics cards going on sale come June 3 and June 10 respectively, if the grapevine is correct with its predictions.

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Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti leak suggests GPU could be as fast as RTX 3090

Nvidia’s at this point strongly rumored GeForce RTX 3080 Ti, which may be launched imminently at Computex alongside a 3070 Ti, could come very close to the performance of the top dog RTX 3090 graphics card.

So close it’s pretty much a dead heat, or at least that’s the suggestion going by a leaked benchmark pointed out by VideoCardz; though there are some caveats around that result, aside from the obvious danger of it being faked.

The Geekbench result in question for the purported RTX 3080 Ti shows the GPU hitting 238,603 points in the CUDA benchmark, a score which lies pretty much smack bang between the two averages posted for RTX 3090 models (under slightly different names), which are 239,003 and 236,941 respectively.

Hence viewing those results in isolation, you could draw the conclusion that the incoming RTX 3080 Ti might be just about as quick as the flagship RTX 3090, give or take a tiny (inconsequential) amount.

We need to be very careful here, though, not just because this is a leaked result, but also because it’s just one benchmark. And more to the point, it’s Geekbench’s GPU benchmark: not one commonly cited or used to compare graphics cards. It’d be a more convincing state of affairs if we were seeing leaked 3DMark results, for example.

That said, Geekbench’s CUDA benchmark is still an avenue of comparison between Nvidia GPUs, and the result may raise a few eyebrows here and there.

Of course, when you think about it, powering up the RTX 3080 was always going to make a GPU that comes somewhat close to the RTX 3090; as the 3080 itself isn’t all that far off in the first place. It's roughly 10% to 20% off, as we observed in our 3090 review, so averaging at about 15% or so – with the turbocharged 3080 Ti version clearly going to close that gap down a good bit.

Stacking up the specs

The benchmark shows that the RTX 3080 Ti spec is 10,240 CUDA cores – not far off the RTX 3090’s 10,496, and way ahead of the vanilla 3080’s 8,704 cores – and it has a 384-bit memory bus (same as the 3090) with a very similar memory bandwidth too. It looks like the biggest difference is set to be the 12GB of GDDR6X video memory on the 3080 Ti versus the 24GB the 3090 bristles with.

Might this new Ti graphics card look a bit too close to the 3090 for comfort, then, from Nvidia’s perspective? Well, there’s certainly an element of that, but really these are (at least supposed) to be two different cards for different audiences: gamers (the 3080 Ti will purportedly have that mining hash rate limiter as well) and those playing with heavyweight applications who might really need that 24GB of VRAM.

The rumored specs may be wrong of course, and other benchmarks or real-world usage may prove to throw a different light on this comparison than a Geekbench result, but it’s certainly going to be interesting to see how the RTX 3080 Ti pans out – hopefully in a very short matter of time.

Pricing will be another issue, of course, and this fresh info could be a hint of a higher than anticipated price tag – and that’s before you’re looking at buying off a scalper because stock has vanished instantly.

Darren is a freelancer writing news and features for TechRadar (and occasionally T3) across a broad range of computing topics including CPUs, GPUs, various other hardware, VPNs, antivirus and more. He has written about tech for the best part of three decades, and writes books in his spare time (his debut novel - 'I Know What You Did Last Supper' - was published by Hachette UK in 2013).

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MSI GeForce RTX 3080 Ti and RTX 3070 Ti slides leak

Last week we saw MSI do the hokey-cokey with a GeForce RTX 3080 Ti category in its official product pages. On Saturday a much more significant leak occurred when VideoCardz published some MSI branded slides that outline the Suprim series of GPUs, including the yet to be announced GeForce RTX 3080 Ti & RTX 3070 Ti models. The biggest focus of the slides appears to be upon the respective Suprim thermal solution bolted onto each graphics card model, but the data sheet titles reveal VRAM quantities for each model too.

It appears to be that MSI is readying two Suprim GeForce RTX 3080 Ti and two RTX 3070 Ti models. Each GPU gets a standard and 'X' version, with the 'X' denoting a factory OC version of the GPU. In MSI Suprim graphics cards that are already official I observe an approx 5 per cent in the factory boost clocks for the 'X' version.

Above you can see the data shared on the MSI GeForce RTX 3080 Ti Suprim 12G. That last part of the name means that these graphics cards come with 12GB of GDDR6 memory on board. You can see that these graphics cards come with the Tri Frozr 2S cooler, which seems to be an identical implementation of this solution as features with the existing MSI GeForce RTX 3080 Suprim models. Moving onto the next slide, with RTX 3070 Ti Suprim details, you can see this has the same Tri Frozr 2S thermal solution but with a flow-through backplate.

As for the key tech specs of these new GPUs, the RTX 3080 Ti looks like it will be a significant step up in CUDA cores count compared to the RTX 3080 with 10,240 cores vs 8,704. On the other hand it has just 256 fewer cores than the RTX 3090. It is expected that the GeForce RTX 3080 Ti will have 12GB of GDDR6 connected via a 384-bit bus for 912GB/s.

The GeForce RTX 3070 Ti is tipped to come with 6,144 CUDA cores, thus nestling between the RTX 3080 (8,704 cores) and RTX 3070 (5,888 cores), while obviously being nearer the latter. As the RTX 3070 Ti has just ~4 per cent more CUDA cores than the vanilla version of this GPU, the memory has been upgraded to 19Gbps GDDR6 (from 14Gbps) which might have helped make enough room to justify its existence if the markets were behaving normally at this time.

According to the source, the above graphics cards will be announced on Saturday, 29th May, which is an odd choice of date from Nvidia.

All images from VideoCardz

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