NVIDIA has released the GeForce RTX series, including three different models. The standard model will have 12 GB of GDDR6 memory for $499 USD, but the more expensive Turing-based models come with larger amounts of RAM and a higher CUDA core count. We tested both GPUs in our cryptocurrency mining rig to see which one is better suited for hash-power harvesting.
The “rtx 3080 ti” is a graphics card that has been released by NVIDIA. It will have more cores and better mining performance than the standard model.
If NVIDIA wanted to, it could definitely name its next GeForce RTX 3080 (12 GB) graphics card the GeForce RTX 3080 SUPER.
According to fresh purported specs published by VideoCardz, the upcoming GeForce RTX 3080 will have not just more memory, but also a greater core count than the current model. According to reports, the GeForce RTX 3080 (12 GB) will have 8,960 CUDA cores, which is 256 more than the original card.
Adapted from VideoCardz:
[…] The fact that this model would use the GA102-220 GPU was previously known, but it was unclear if it would have more cores than the 10GB variant. If that’s the case, why isn’t this card called RTX 3085 or RTX 3080 SUPER instead of the 10GB model? The RTX 3080 12GB, it turns out, will feature more cores, 8960 CUDAs to be specific (256 extra cores, +2.9 percent).
The GeForce RTX 3080 (12 GB) will also have quicker memory, allowing for better mining performance than the normal model, according to VideoCardz. It is projected to be 20% faster at mining, at 52 MH/s compared to 43 MH/s.
According to VideoCardz:
The future RTX 3080 12GB will have not just greater memory, but also a bigger 384-bit memory bus (which is necessary for this configuration) and, as a consequence, better bandwidth (912 GB/s vs. 760 GB/s on the 10GB edition). The card will be speedier at ETH coin mining because to its faster memory. According to official LHR (Lite Hash Rate) numbers, it will be 20% faster at 52 MH/s against 43 MH/s.
According to a rumor published yesterday by Igor Wallossek (Igor’s Lab), the GeForce RTX 3080 (12 GB) has been delayed from its initial delivery date. Wallossek’s headline states, “NVIDIA RTX 3070 Ti 16GB and RTX 3080 12GB are postponed – only the RTX 3090 Ti is still on track.”
VideoCardz is the source of this information.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Will the RTX 3080 be better than 2080 TI?
Is RTX 3080 worth the upgrade?
A: If you are looking for top of the line performance, then yes! The RTX 3080 is worth it. It brings in an immersive experience with its 4k resolution and HDR support.
How much better is the RTX 3080 than the 3070?
A: The RTX 3080 is a higher-end graphics card. It has 4GB of RAM, 480 GB/s bandwidth, and it can support refresh rates up to 240Hz. A comparison between the two would be apples vs oranges.
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