With Microsoft announcing the Xbox Series X’s specs and placing emphasis on its 12 teraflops performance, it seems like everyone is paying attention to teraflops. And now we’ve seen a leaked benchmark that may hint towards what the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 may look like.
This benchmark was spotted by PCGamesN, and shows an Nvidia GPU with a whopping 33 teraflops of theoretical floating point performance. However, since teraflops aren’t necessarily the most useful metric, it’s lucky that the benchmarks for these unidentified graphics cards come with quite a bit more info.
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