The final memory configurations for the flagships cards in the upcoming NVIDIA RTX 3000 GPU series may have just been revealed. There have been several speculations about this little detail, but the latest leak might be the one since we are only a few days away from launch.
The leak comes from Videocardz, there are claims about the final memory configuration for the GeForce RTX 3090 and the GeForce RTX 3080. The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 will apparently have 24GB GDDRX6 memory and the GeForce RTX 3080 will have 10GB GDDRX6 memory. GDDR6X will be able to hit some pretty high bandwidth, with 19 to 21 Gbps per pin.
The card has already leaked in pictures on Twitter:
We have had a ton of leaks about these cards lately, with the PCB design leaked, and the GPU die picture as well. NVIDIA will make an official announcement of its new cards in a virtual event on September 1.
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