GeForce RTX 3080 Ti will not receive a giant amount of memory, but it will receive useless protection from mining

GeForce RTX 3080 Ti will not receive a giant amount of memory, but it will receive useless protection from mining

The GeForce RTX 3080 Ti video card, according to the latest rumors, will still be released. Let’s clarify: it can be called differently. For example, RTX 3080 Super or RTX 3080 12GB.

The last variant of the name emphasizes the amount of memory. And the latest data speaks exactly about 12 GB, and not at all about 20 GB, as previously stated. Given the abundance of rumors about 20 GB, it can be assumed that Nvidia itself at one time inclined towards this option.

Be that as it may, the source, which at one time was the first to disclose the parameters of the older Ampere cards, speaks of 12 GB of memory with a frequency of 19 GHz, 10 240 CUDA cores and the initial protection against Ethereum mining, like the RTX 3060. True, as we have already we know that protection only works when mining Ethereum, so there is no practical benefit from it.

The new adapter may come out in April, but earlier Nvidia had already postponed the announcement date several times.

GeForce RTX 3080 Ti will not receive a giant amount of memory, but it will receive useless protection from mining

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