The latest rumor of Nvidia’s RTX 3000 series comes from Videocardz.com, as it seems that specs for the upcoming Ampere GPUs have surfaced. Its important to note that these specs are rumors and don’t reflect the final version unless proven so through reviews and the like. However, these specs may set expectations for the upcoming set of Nvidia GPUs.

The Ampere family of GPUs are centered around the 7nm process, allowing for more performance at a reasonable clock speed. Less power draw is put into the equation as well. The specs are available here in full detail although we are somewhat skeptical as they aren’t detailed enough like the previous Turing GPU diagrams.

The RTX 3080’s 320-bit memory bus allows for anywhere between a 8GB and 16 GB variant although we expect the 3080 Ti to have the 16GB of GDDR6 VRAM. The 3080 and 3070’s memory buses will most likely support 12 GB and 8 GB GDDR6 respectively as these tiers will dictate pricing from the mid-range to high-end. This information is still a rumor, so its best to wait until GTC 2020 in March where Nvidia will formally reveal these GPUs.

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