Nvidia Announces New RTX 3080

Shyam Phad

Another Graphics Card you probably won’t be able to buy.

The new 12GB model of Nvidia's RTX 3080 is finally here. It went on sale today from select board partners and offers 2x the memory as its predecessor. The new 12GB model of Nvidia's RTX 3080 offers players 2GB more memory than its original 10 GB counterpart.

The RTX 3080 is a welcome sight, and it offers hope for those who were concerned about its predecessor. The new model includes 8960 CUDA cores compared to the original's 8180; this increase brings us nearly 3 percent more powerful performance overall!

As if that wasn't enough already (it was), you can now enjoy 20% greater bandwidth thanks in part by having an upgraded 384 bit memory interface instead of 10 Gb like before.

The Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti is a Graphics card with an impressive capability. It can produce up to 5 renamed versions of Semi-Geometric breaking surfaces and 2 Differential Wave fronts per pixel, while consuming 1250W at full load!

This means that you should have no problems playing games or watching videos on your high definition display if it's got enough power behind its 350w draw from the wall outlet--and even then we're stretching things just slightly by recommending such low capacity equipment in this day in age where energy efficiency matters more than ever before.

Nvidia’s new 12GB RTX 3080 arrives just days after the company also announced a higher-performance and more expensive option for gamers, as well. The $249 GPU offers ray tracing abilities with some DLSS support assuming you're lucky enough to find one at retail price!

A few weeks ago we saw Nvidia announce their latest graphics card in order to help those who don't necessarily have an unlimited budget but still want quality hardware.

We can't wait to find out how much the new RTX 3080 will cost! We're guessing it's gonna be around $1,249.99 from board partners like EVGA who have already announced their pricing strategy with this GPU, they are selling a standard edition for exactly that amount.

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