A few weeks ago, we saw the custom GeForce RTX 3080 Ti 20GB graphics card listed in Russian stores. But now it has been confirmed that these 20 GB graphics cards are external and have been available in stores for some time.
RTX 3080 Ti 20GB graphics card
The GeForce RTX 3080 Ti 20GB graphics card was one of several models around which there were a lot of rumors, but it finally came with 12GB of GDDR6X memory. However, it seems that the makers of their custom card have taken action and produced the 20 GB versions of the RTX 3080 Ti graphics card.
The graphics card you see in the pictures is GIGABYTE’s GeForce RTX 3080 Ti Gaming OC, which is equipped with 20 GB of GDDR6X memory. This card has a custom design and is equipped with a GA102 processor and a 320-bit memory interface. The reference version of Nvidia had 12 GB of memory, but the memory interface was 384 bits and had more bandwidth overall. The RTX 3080 Ti 20GB graphics card may also be available in the AORUS Xtreme and AORUS Master series, but their price is definitely much higher than the Gaming OC model.
These cards are not from the LHR series
As it turns out, the 20GB versions of the RTX 3080 Ti graphics card are not from the LHR series, as the cardholder also extracted the ciphers with his card and was able to receive 86 MHz in normal mode and 100 MHz in overclocking mode. The tested graphics card is fully compatible with the GeForce 457.71 driver and has no mining problems. A typical RTX 3080 Ti graphics card has a power output of 60 to 65 megabytes.
The 20 GB version of the RTX 3080 Ti graphics card is not in mass production and we do not know exactly how many cards from this series have been produced and sent to sellers; But what we do know is that the 20GB version of the RTX 3080 Ti really exists externally; As Kopite7kimi’s Twitter account announced months ago before the RTX 3080 Ti was released.
What do you think of the GeForce RTX 3080 Ti 20GB graphics card? What can be Nvidia’s goal in producing and developing all these graphics cards (exactly 4 models) based on GA102 silicon? Did the company want to somehow manage the silicon crisis and the global shortage of graphics cards? Be sure to share your views with us.