Here are the Twitter posts...
2nd Gen NVIDIA TITAN
GA102-400-A1 5376 24GB 17Gbps
GeForce RTX 3090
GA102-300-A1 5248 12GB 21Gbps
GeForce RTX 3080
GA102-200-Kx-A1 4352 10GB 19Gbps
— KatCorgi (@KkatCorgi) June 19, 2020
the new TITAN(?), 5376, GA102-400,
RTX3090(?), 5248, GA102-300, 21Gbps GDDR6X,
RTX3080(?), 4352, GA102-200.
— kopite7kimi (@kopite7kimi) June 1, 2020
If these specifications are correct, then the GeForce RTX 3090 will end up where it was previously thought the GeForce RTX 3080 Ti would reside.
Keeping things neat and tidy, here is what the latest roundup of rumors suggest, compared with the cards they replace...
- RTX Titan (Ampere): GA102-400 GPU, 5376 CUDA cores, 24GB memory, 384-bit memory bus
- RTX Titan (Turing): TU102-400 GPU, 4608 CUDA cores, 24GB GDDR6, 384-bit memory bus
- RTX 3090 or 3080 Ti: GA102-300 GPU, 5248 CUDA cores, 12GB memory, 384-bit memory bus
- RTX 2080 Ti: TU-102-300 GPU, 4352 CUDA cores, 11GB GDDR6, 352-bit memory bus
- RTX 3080: GA102-200 GPU, 4352 CUDA cores, 12GB memory, 320-bit memory bus
- RTX 2080: TU104-400 GPU, 2944 CUDA cores, 8GB GDDR6, 256-bit memory bus
Those are some big time upgrades across the board. In addition to whatever architectural improvements Ampere brings to the table, the most recent collection of leaks and rumors suggest major bumps in CUDA cores at each model level.
It all seems rather aggressive, but again, that might be warranted with NVIDIA getting ready to face off against AMD's next round of GPUs. But as always, we will have to wait and see what exactly pans out.