A 10/20GB graphics card for gamers?
Nvidia RTX series of graphics cards has been present since the third quarter of 2018, which leaves open the possibility that in 2020 we will see the successor to the Turing architecture and the launch of the next generation of Nvidia graphics cards, reports Overclock3D.
The MyDrivers site has published leaked specifications of their respective series of Ampere graphics cards, listing the cores and memory specifications for the GA103 and GA104 designs. This is especially true for the Nvidia RTX 3080 and RTX 3070 graphics cards.
The GA103 could be the crossing point between the Nvidia RTX 2080 Ti and the RTX 2080 Super, offering 10 GB of VRAM along a 320-bit memory bus and up to 3480 CUDA cores. With a 320-bit memory slot, it is also possible to offer 20 GB of VRAM, but this would certainly only be suitable for Nvidia Quadro graphics series.
When it comes to the GA104, it is believed to offer 3072 CUDA cores and 8GB/16GB of memory along with the 256-bit memory bus, which would make this GPU a candidate for the RTX 3070.
GA103 and GA104 are said to be 7nm products, though the source of this information does not mention whether the parts mentioned come from TSMC or Samsung facilities.