Some rumored specifications of NVIDIA’s upcoming RTX 3000 series graphics cards have have emerged from two different sources. These come from @KkatCorgi and @kopite7kimi on Twitter. Now keep in mind that @Kopite7kimi did correctly predict the A100 Tensor core GPU specifications months ahead of launch. Here is what they are predicting…
Looking at what they’ve presented it looks like we would see a RTX 3090 where the RTX 3080 Ti would be. It is unclear why NVIDIA would change this naming, it doesn’t make much sense. Typically “90” cards were always dual-GPU cards.
Both of these tweets say that the next-generation TITAN card would have 5376 CUDA cores and 24 GB of memory. Now it is unclear if this would be GDDR6 or GDDR6X memory.
We can also see that the RTX 3080 would have more memory (10GB), which makes sense based on the architecture upgrade path. Both Maxwell and Pascal saw memory upgrades. With 10GB of memory we should see a 320-bit memory bus.