The Nvidia RTX 3080, Nvidia’s next-generation flagship graphics card at Computex 2020 in June, according to latest reports.
Nvidia RTX 3080 in June 2020!
Chris Caso claims that Nvidia will launch the RTX 3080 around Computex 2020. Computex is a significant computing exhibition in Taipei, Taiwan, and Nvidia is usually a significant presence there.
This would be followed by the unveiling of Nvidia’s new 7 nm Ampere architecture in March, around the time of Nvidia’s GPU Technology Conference (GTC) in San Jose.
There are no specifics about what features such a card might have, but we expect that it will focus on improving ray-tracing quality across the board, but especially at high resolution. And that it will have a higher GPU and memory clock rate, as well as increased thermal engineering capacity for better energy efficiency.
Ampere will bring new architecture to the fold, one that is likely to be faster and potentially more potent than Turing (the possible outcome, based on being a 7 nm part).
Seeing that AMD is reportedly working on the ‘ Nvidia Killer ‘ graphics card for 2020, one wouldn’t be shocked to see Caso’s predictions yield results. Nvidia is not one to let its PC graphics card market share fall.
We expect Nvidia RTX 3080 to move more of its deep learning software into its next-generation GeForce cards, enabling them to use AI-based technology to improve graphic quality without placing PCs under penalty of performance pressure.