While Nvidia hasn’t formally confirmed the existence of the RTX 3080 Ti, we’re inching nearer to its rumoured May 26 release date. This date’s trying more and more doubtless after Videocardz revealed images of two boxed Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 Tis – particularly MSI’s three-fan, RGB-lit Suprim X mannequin.

These images point out that the upcoming graphics cards have arrived at distribution centres, which normally occurs just some weeks earlier than the discharge of latest {hardware}, corroborating the reported late-May launch date.

The new GPU is predicted to fill the value hole between its RTX 3080 and RTX 3090, and appears nearly equivalent to MSI’s present RTX 3080 Suprim X. The non-Ti mannequin has twin BIOS permitting for two modes, whether or not that’s full-performance or silent operation, and weighs in at slightly below a hefty 2kg with an included GPU bracket to cease any sag. It prices an additional $200 over the 3080’s $699 MSRP, so you possibly can in all probability count on its Ti sibling to observe go well with, with an MSRP greater than its rumoured $1,200 asking worth.

An earlier leak revealed the clock speeds for the RTX 3080 Ti, which recommend it might carry out equally to the RTX 3090 with a bit of sunshine overclocking. Even if the cardboard is nerfed against crypto mining, the RTX 3080 Ti being a possible powerhouse means we are able to nonetheless count on demand for this GPU to exceed provide upon launch.

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