NVIDIA Ampere GA102 “RTX 3090/3080” GPU pictured

Published: Aug 28th 2020, 18:56 GMT   Comments

This is how NVIDIA will install Ampere GA102 GPU on the upcoming GeForce RTX 30 series.

NVIDIA GA102 GPU has been pictured, again

A leaked render from ZOTAC revealed how big the GA102 GPU really is. As suspected, the GDDR6X memory is put very close to each other, limiting the space required for even more modules.

The custom board for ZOTAC RTX Trinity features 20 power stages. Of course, this is just a render so deeper analysis is pointless at this stage. It is quite clear, however, that the RTX card does not have an NVLink SLI finger. The lack of NV Link points towards RTX 3080, while a total of 12 memory modules suggests we are looking at RTX 3090.

ZOTAC GeForce RTX 30 ‘Ampere’ series have been leaked by the manufacturer and we gathered a lot of pictures here. The manufacturer is expected to officially introduce the new series on September 1st.


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