Nvidia RTX 3070 and 3080 specifications released

The specifications of the next-generation Nvidia GPUs, the RTX 3070 and RTX 3080, will be the dream of every PC gamer.

AMD has historically been unpopular, but in recent years it has been able to put pressure on Intel and Intel in terms of CPUs, as well as Nvidia’s market share in GPUs. Nvidia is reportedly aiming to introduce new GPUs as soon as possible at the GTC conference in March due to competition from rival AMD.

According to a leaked report, the core codes of the two new GPUs are GA103 and GA104, and of the two GPUs in the Ampere family, GA103 became the first Nvidia Core code ending in number 3. In terms of specs, the GA103 will feature up to 10 / 20GB GDDR6 VRAM, support for SM (Streaming Multiprocessors), SM arrays 60 sets, 3480 stream processors and 320-bit video memory.

The GA 104 will feature up to 8 / 16GB GDDR6 VRAM memory, as well as SM arrays 48 sets, 3072 stream processors, and 256-bit video memory. According to spec sheets, the GA 103 will be the Nvidia RTX 3080 GPU, while the GA 104 will be the Nvidia RTX 3070 GPU.

Both GPUs are based on the 7nm architecture, and it is unknown who will launch Samsung or TSMC first. Compared to the previous RTX 20xx series, the SM count and memory capacity There will be a lot of improvement in the overall improvement.

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