News Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 Ti is now reportedly delayed 'indefinitely'

cst1992

Distinguished
Nov 8, 2013
22
0
18,570
1
It's not 12GB; it's 10. It's a 320-bit card, so the memory it has corresponds to that bus width.

For a 12GB card you either need 192-bit(like the 3060) or 384-bit(like the 3090). For 8 GB you'll typically have 256-bit.
 
Jan 18, 2021
2
0
10
0
It's not 12GB; it's 10. It's a 320-bit card, so the memory it has corresponds to that bus width.

For a 12GB card you either need 192-bit(like the 3060) or 384-bit(like the 3090). For 8 GB you'll typically have 256-bit.
I was referring to the misinformation in the article. ;)

"up 8GB from the 12GB featured on the vanilla RTX 3080."
 
Thread starter Similar threads Forum Replies Date
admin Article Commentary 0
admin Article Commentary 0
admin Article Commentary 0
admin Article Commentary 0
admin Article Commentary 0
admin Article Commentary 0
admin Article Commentary 0
admin Article Commentary 0
admin Article Commentary 0
admin Article Commentary 0
admin Article Commentary 0
admin Article Commentary 0
admin Article Commentary 0
admin Article Commentary 1
admin Article Commentary 0
admin Article Commentary 0
admin Article Commentary 0
admin Article Commentary 0
admin Article Commentary 1
admin Article Commentary 0

ASK THE COMMUNITY