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We’re still more than a few days away from NVIDIA’s planned unveil for its GeForce RTX 30 Series of Ampere graphics cards, but it appears that one of the company’s OEM partners just couldn’t wait to spill the beans. That fortunate [or unfortunate depending on how you want to look at it] company is Zotac, which leaked its entire lineup consisting of GeForce RTX 3070, RTX 3080 and RTX 3090 graphics cards. The first hints of the leak came from momomo_us, who posted a Zotac page with the product names listed, but without any images filled in. Since that time, the floodgates have opened and numerous images of the graphics cards have been discovered. The... Read more...
The big day is just around the corner—on Tuesday, September 1, NVIDIA will hold a GeForce Special Event in which it is expected to reveal all the juicy details about its upcoming GeForce RTX graphics cards, based on Ampere. We have questions, and NVIDIA presumably has answer. Perhaps spoiling some of the surprises, however, supposed specifications of the next-gen stack have leaked out. Of course, there have been a million and one leaks and rumors up to this point already, and not all of them align. In theory, though, the closer we get to launch, the more accurate the information should be. But there's also been chatter that NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang makes decisions at the final hour, so take... Read more...
With all the leaks and information floating around, we would have expected NVIDIA to remain hush-hush on their new product lineup until their special event, which is just a few days away. This is not the case, however, as NVIDIA has dropped a video detailing some information about its new GeForce RTX Ampere series cards. In this video, a new cooling configuration is outlined, information on a notched PCB is dropped, a compact 12-Pin power connector is confirmed, a new mounting bracket with spring tension mechanism is shown, and a snippet of the new card makes an appearance. First on the docket, let us dive into the new cooling configuration. In the video (2:25), you can see a fluid dynamics... Read more...
For perhaps the first time, a leaked photo has emerged of the actual GPU that will power NVIDIA's upcoming GeForce RTX 3090 graphics card, or at least that is what we presume it to be. More specifically, the photograph depicts a GA102-300-A1, according to the markings on the chip. It does not show the GPU in its entirety, but we do see the main portion. Shown above, the picture was uploaded to Chiphell by a user named PolyMorph. The user claims it is destined for the GeForce RTX 3090, which is consistent with past rumors. It is also labeled as a qualification sample—this is what NVIDIA sends to its add-in board (AIB) partners to prep their custom cards, based on upcoming GPUs. Other identifying... Read more...
Are we in September yet? No? Well, alright then, let's go ahead and proceed with the barrage of next-gen GeForce RTX graphics card leaks. Stepping into the leaked limelight this time around is a set of pictures purportedly showing the upcoming GeForce RTX 3090, a massive beast of a card that dwarfs the current-generation GeForce GTX 2080 in a side-by-side comparison (though quite to the extent depicted...more on that in a moment). This is another low-quality photo, as is frustratingly typical when it comes to leaks, though we have seen worse. We've cleaned up the lighting a bit, but quality aside, the interesting thing here is the expansion bracket. Assuming this is shot of the actual GeForce... Read more...
September can't arrive fast enough, at least not for those of use who want to see what exactly NVIDIA will be unveiling for its next round of graphics cards. Here in the home stretch, however, more leaks and rumors continue to flood the web. This time it's a set of certifications at the Korean National Radio Research Agency (RRA) website for what are presumed to printed circuit board (PCB) designs for the GeForce RTX 3090 and GeForce RTX 3080. NVIDIA has been known to the use the same PCB for multiple graphics card models, depending on which ones they are. In this case, here is what we are looking at... Source: RRA via Videocardz The board is labeled as "R-R-NVA-PG133A" by NVIDIA Corporation,... Read more...
About all we really know about NVIDIA's next-gen graphics card plans is that it will be releasing...something, presumably based on its Ampere GPU. What exactly manifests is not public knowledge. Leaks and rumors abound, though, and one of the most recent bits of unofficial info has to do with pricing on the upcoming GeForce RTX 3090. In addition to the usual disclaimer that is applied to leaks and rumors (always take this stuff with a grain of salt), it is worth noting that NVIDIA might end up with an entirely different naming scheme than what it has used in the past. That's to say, there might not be a GeForce RTX 3090—whatever part would fill that spot in the lineup could be called something... Read more...
We still have about two and a half weeks to go before NVIDIA presumably announces its next-generation GeForce RTX 3000 series during a GeForce Special Event September 1. However, semi-official details have leaked out. According to a technical brief hosted on Micron's website, NVIDIA's upcoming GeForce RTX 3090 will rock 12GB of GDDR6X memory. There is quite a bit that is interesting about this. For one, Micron has not formally introduced its next-gen GDDR6X memory yet, but is clearly planning to in the near future. It is outlined in a PDF document spotted by Videocardz, that presumably was not supposed to go public yet. "In Summer of 2020, Micron the next evolution of Ultra-Bandwidth Solution... Read more...
Stop what you are doing, go into the kitchen, and grab your container of salt. We'll wait. Still waiting. Okay, now that you have gone and grabbed a whole bunch of grains of salt, lets get to the latest next-generation GeForce RTX rumor. According to the recent chatter, the GeForce RTX 3090 will be around 50 percent faster than the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti in 3DMark's Time Spy Extreme benchmark. What is that based on? Well, this is where the salt comes in handy. A pair of established leakers on Twitter posted the information, but without any links or graphs or...anything, really. It is basically banter, presumably on some kind of discovery or inside knowledge. Here is the interesting exchange... KatCorgi:... Read more...
Ampere is going to be a beast when it arrives in consumer PCs, according to the latest leaked benchmark discovery. Over at 3DMark, there is a private listing for an unnamed NVIDIA graphics card, which is likely a GeForce RTX 3090 or GeForce RTX 3080 of some sort, and it blows a typical GeForce RTX 2080 Ti out of the water. Before we get to the benchmark data, let's talk about Ampere. The next-generation GPU represents NVIDIA's shift to a 7-nanometer node. It already debuted last month in machine learning form (A100), and it is widely expected NVIDIA will launch Ampere in consumer form later this summer, or early fall (August or September-ish). Prominent leak detectives have been sleuthing the... Read more...
Death and taxes are certainties, but if you want to add a third inevitability to the list, it would be this: more Ampere-based GeForce RTX graphics card rumors. Those are going to play out until NVIDIA finally unveils whatever it has up its sleeve. As it were, the latest rumor roundup highlights supposed specifications for the GeForce RTX 3090 and GeForce RTX 3080. None of the information is verified, and as we have seen in prior generation releases, leaks and rumors are wildly hit or miss. Regardless, a round-up the latest details based on a couple of Twitter posts from known leakers, needs to be met with the usual dose of skepticism as rumors—and particularly those associated with... Read more...
Recent images purporting to show the cooling solution for NVIDIA's upcoming GeForce RTX 3090 and GeForce RTX 3080 graphics cards have resulted in a whirlwind of speculation, the latest of which takes a stab at estimating when the new parts will arrive. Assuming those images are real, we could be looking at a September launch. A launch in September could take place even if the images are fake, but the photos potentially add some interesting context to the situation. They manifested on Chiphell a little over a week ago, and show a unique design in which the printed circuit board (PCB) would have a triangular section cut out at one of the ends. The leaked photos also show a dual-fan design, but... Read more...
It is only Tuesday and it has already been a wild week, in regards to GPU leaks and rumors. First there was an actual photo of a supposed GeForce RTX 3080 graphics card, then a user on Reddit concocted some official looking (but not actually official) renders, including the image above. Now there is chatter of NVIDIA releasing a GeForce RTX 3090 with monster specifications. This all relates to NVIDIA's next-generation Ampere GPU. NVIDIA already held an official introduction of its Ampere architecture in the form of the A100 for the high performance computing (HPC) market. The company is pitching the A00 as the biggest and most powerful GPU it has ever made, and also the world's largest chip built... Read more...
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