Update 11/12/2020 – Added RTX 3080 Ti Specs
Since Nvidia launched their new 30-series cards earlier this year, we’ve been scouring the internet and waiting patiently for them to expand their offering beyond the RTX 3070, RTX 3080, and RTX 3090 into more variants, and more options for PC enthusiasts. And, it seems we will definitely be getting just that over the next few months. And the number one variant that’s got everyone excited? Why, it’s the RTX 3080 Ti, of course.
With the card still being a “rumor”, we don’t have specs just yet, but the rumor mill is rife with speculation. It is believed that the RTX 3080 Ti will come with double the onboard RAM of the RTX 3080 to 20GB of GDDR6X VRAM. But, other than that, we don’t know too much about how it will differentiate itself from the RTX 3090 – the current top-tier card in the 30-series Ampere line up.
With the card still being a “rumor”, we don’t have specs just yet, but the rumor mill is rife with speculation. It is believed that the RTX 3080 Ti will come with 4GB less VRAM than the RTX 3090 to 20GB. The 3080 Ti will boast the same number of CUDA cores as the RTX 3090 at 10,425 and will feature a 320-bit memory bus, meaning bandwidth drops to 760GB/s from 936GB/s. Other than that, we don’t know much else at this stage or who it is really aimed at.
The release date of the RTX 3080 Ti was originally rumored to be around January 2021 but it seems as though the launch has been pushed back to the end of February 2021.
The Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti price is expected to be around $999, sitting nicely between the RTX 3080 ($699) and RTX 3090 ($1,499).
Links coming soon – we’ll be sure to update this section as soon as retailers begin listing the RTX 3080 Ti.