NVIDIA, graphic processors unit manufacturers are making their way in and out of headlines often. NVIDIA’s gaming series of GPU’s are all over the minds of people. Though the last few months have revealed a lot about the company’s upcoming gaming GPUs, nothing is too much. But finally, we have received the first look at NVIDIA’s ampere gaming performance.
From the leaked image to specs revealed, everything is covered in this article. Let’s start with the exciting part, the leaked image of the upcoming ampere gaming GPU from NVIDIA.
The image you are looking at is the leaked picture of RTX 3080. It is the Founder’s Edition cooler and users are anticipatedly waiting for this gaming series of GPUs.
Three versions of the above-mentioned GPU leaked. The information let out conveys that the first set of GPUs is the top-end ones of Ampere.
- RTX 3090 / Titan
- RTX 3080 Ti / Super
- RTX 3080
Also, the list of variants is GA102 variants that are under tests presently. Each variant owns a different configuration, as you can see below.
- GA102 with 24GB of VRAM
- GA102 with 12GB of VRAM
- GA102 with 10GB of VRAM
NVIDIA Ampere Clock Speed-
A leaked image shows the clock speed of the upcoming ampere gaming GPU. Though it isn’t specified which variant will equip which of the clock speed, the information is enough to draw a couple of assumptions. Check them out below.
The image conveys the following information-
- GPU vendor: NVidia Corporation
- GPU core clock: 1935MHz (Time Spy only reports boost clocks)
- Memory clock: 6000MHz
Sources state that this kind of clock speed is found either because of early/internal driver or a new type of memory that is still unknown to 3dmark detection software.
DX12 Gaming Performance-
Earlier this day, we got to see a performance chart from Hardware Leaks site prepared after all the leaked and revealed details. Take a look at the chart below. Also, it is confirmed that the unknown Ampere variant has a dozen features better than several NVIDIA version and other GPU variants.
The unknown variant is-
- 30.98% better than a stock RTX 2080 Ti Founders Edition
- 21.07% better than a stock MSI RTX 2080 Ti Lightning Z
- 22.14% better than a stock Nvidia Titan RTX
- 8.30% better than the best Nvidia Titan V result under LN2
- 2.18% less than KINGPIN’s overclocked EVGA RTX 2080 Ti XC
But the surprising news is that the clock speed of the upcoming variant is way lower than expected. But you can expect a change in the final release as we haven’t received any official details yet.
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