There Is A Geforce Rtx 3080 Ti From 20 Gb: Gigabyte Has Put It On Sale!

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After months of rumor and a fleeting appearance on a Russian benchmark site, it seems confirmed the existence of some NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti graphics cards produced by Gigabyte and with a VRAM of 20 GB, which would be

These are products designed for consumers and created by Gigabyte, in particular the Gigabyte GeForce RTX 3080 Ti Gaming OC video card, which is currently at its ninth revision. The new model is a valid alternative to both the previous version of the component, which had a memory of

The new Gigabyte would also be perfect for mining cryptocurrencies, because it was produced before the introduction of the LHR Ampere chips, which perform the blocking function of mining in many other video cards. This would allow RTX 3080 Ti Gaming OC to run algorithms at very high speeds without any problem, reaching 150% of the speed of the models currently on the market, which in fact have a hash rate limiter for cryptocurrencies.

The Gigabyte GeForce RTX 3080 Ti Gaming OC would already be available from some retailers, even if not in Italy: we still have no idea of the cost of the product, although we can assume it is higher than the price of the RTX 30 It should be remembered, however, that the availability of these video cards is very limited due to the general shortage of semiconductors, so finding one will be almost impossible for many fans.

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