Moore Threads MTT S80 gets new renders ahead of tomorrow’s launch

Published: Nov 10th 2022, 11:06 GMT   Comments

MTT S80, a Chinese GPU for “Ultra HD Gaming”

Ahead of tomorrow’s official launch of S80, the company releases new renders of their new ‘gaming’ card.

Moore Thread MTT S80 GPUs, Source: Moore Threads

The MTT S80 announced last week is a new desktop graphics based on Moore Threads GPU architecture called MUSA. The new series are a successor to MUSA-Sudi series now featuring a GPU codenamed “Chunxiao”. This is reportedly still a 12nm process technology, so similar to NVIDIA Turing architecture. This new graphics processor is said to deliver significantly better DirectX and OpenGL performance (3 to 5x better) compared to the predecessor – to the point where it may actually be considered suitable for gaming.

The S80 features, 4096 FP32 cores with a maximum single-precision compute performance at 14 TFLOPS. It is by no means a competitor to GeForce RTX series, but rather an alternative for e-sports gaming with relatively good image quality.

Moore Thread MTT S80 GPUs, Source: Moore Threads

The company promised good support in several popular titles, such as Diablo 3, League of Legends or CrossFire, but there is no mention of DirectX12 Ultimate, ray tracing or any upscaling tech support yet.

Should the card launch successfully tomorrow, Moore Threads S80 will be the first gaming-capable PCIe Gen5 graphics card. Therefore, this title will not belong to NVIDIA, INTEL or AMD, who have just confirmed their newest architectures will be limited to PCIe Gen4 standard.

Moore Thread MTT S80 GPUs, Source: Moore Threads

While MTT S80 may not be as powerful gaming GPU as one would want, it will join ranks with Intel Arc A770 or GeForce RTX 4080 GPUs offering 16GB/256-bit memory. The company confirms their card will be a viable option for 3D rendering, AI, General purpose computing and multimedia processing workloads.

The card launches tomorrow exclusively on Chinese retail platform in limited numbers. Should the company or Chinese media outlets provide some gaming benchmarks, we will make sure to share them with you.

Official Specifications
VideoCardz.comMTT S80 GPU
Product PositioningGraphics Card for Ultra HD Gaming
MUSA Number of cores4096
Tensor Computing Unit128 cores
GPU frequency of core1.8 GHZ
Texture fill rate460 GTexel/s
Pixel fill rate460 GPixel/s
Codec for video8K AVI/H.265/H.264, 32 channels 1080P@30fps
Display resolution of 8K7680×4320@30Hz, Support MST4, HDR10
FP32 Hash14.4 TFLOPS
INT8 Hash57.6 TOPS
Memory Capacity16 GB GDDR6
PCle interfaceGen5 x16 SR-IOV
Application3D rendering capability, artificial intelligence, general computing, multimedia processing
Size266 mm (length) x 111 mm (height)

Source: ITHome

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