Nvidia may launch trio graphics cards January 2022

Nvidia is digging deep into the bag for next year, according to previous rumors that have claimed that the Geforce RTX 2060 will re-emerge, albeit with a doubled amount of memory. New information from the Twitter leak @hongxing2020 now claims that RTX 2060 will be joined by RTX 3090 Super and RTX 3070 Ti with 16 GB of graphics memory during the month of January.

Geforce RTX 3070 Ti 16 GB looked to be launched already in 2020, something that according to rumors would have happened already last September. Sources then indicated that it looked like it could become a model exclusively dedicated to ready-made computers. Geforce RTX 3090 Super on the other hand is fresh information and the graphics card has previously been reported to be flanked by RTX 3080 Super and RTX 3060 Super, among others.

In terms of specifications, the dual graphics memory applies to both RTX 2060 and RTX 3070 Ti, which means an increase to 12 GB and 16 GB respectively. Otherwise, it seems to remain at identical specifications. The opposite is true of the Geforce RTX 3090 Super, which gets more hardware resources but stays on 24 GB of graphics memory. Geforce RTX 3090 Super would in that case use the complete GA102 circuit, which means that CUDA, Tensor and ray tracingcores increase in number.

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Specifications: Geforce RTX 3090 Super

RTX 3090 Super

RTX 3090

Difference

Technical

8 nm Samsung

8 nm Samsung

Circuit

GA102

GA102

Circuit surface

628 mm²

628 mm²

Transistors

28.3 billion

28.3 billion

Architecture

Ampere

Ampere

CUDA cores

10 752 st.

10 496 st.

+2,4%

RT cores

84 st.

82 st.

+2,4%

Tensor cores

336 st.

328 st.

+2,4%

Texture units

336 st.

328 st.

+2,4%

Raster units

112 st.

112 st.

0%

Clock frequency

1 395 MHz

1 395 MHz

0%

GPU Boost

1 695 MHz

1 695 MHz

0%

Computational power

36 449 GFLOPS

35 581 GFLOPS

+2,4%

Memory amount

24 GB GDDR6X

24 GB GDDR6X

0%

Memory frequency

21 200 MHz

19 500 MHz

+8,7%

Memory bus

384-bit

384-bit

0%

Memory bandwidth

1 017,6 GB/s

936 GB/s

+8,7%

Power supply

12-pin

12-pin

SLI connection

NVLink 3.0 x4

NVLink 3.0 x4

TBP

400 W

350 W

Launch price

All the money

1 499 USD

The increase in performance compared to the standard Geforce RTX 3090 will apparently be modest, however, as for example the number of CUDA cores only increases from 10,496 to 10,752. pieces. The memory bandwidth, on the other hand, is said to increase all the more – a total of 8.7 percent. At the same time, power consumption increases by 14.3 percent.

According to Videocardz, the launch of Geforce RTX 2060 12 GB and RTX 3070 Ti 16 GB could mean the end of Nvidia’s production of graphics cards with 8 GB of graphics memory or less.

Does any of these cards sound like something you would be interested in?

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