It is now becoming increasingly clear that the purported NVIDIA Ampere GA102 flagship GPU will come in three variants with memory capacities between 10 GB and 24 GB. NVIDIA may launch the flagship GA102-400 variant as an RTX 3090 or a new second gen Titan variant. Also, whether Ampere would actually use GDDR6X VRAM is still anybody’s guess at this point.
NVIDIA’s upcoming Ampere GPUs have certainly piqued everyone’s interest given that they are expected to bring in new features such as a dedicated raytracing traversal co-processor, up to a 384-bit 24 GB GDDR6X VRAM, and more. The exact specifications of the Ampere lineup are still unclear and NVIDIA is known to make last minute changes. However, well-known leakers such as @KkatCorgi and @kopite7kimi have shared speculative specifications that may very well turn out to be true.
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