Many of the upcoming events like E3 and GTC 2020 will not happen because of COVID-19. However, the latest report suggests that the Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti will be released in late August.

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The late August launch marks the cologne Game Show (CGS). As we know CGS will run between August 25th and 29th so it is a possibility. This may not be surprising as the RTX 2000 series was announced at the same show in 2018.

However, this is only speculation based on past events as there are other events that will take place before CGS. Game Developers Conference GDC will also take place in August and, at the moment we are not sure if any of these events will happen, based on the current situation of Coronavirus.

So this gives Nvidia a series of shows to talk about the upcoming Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti. While the 3080 Ti has been exalting fans for some time now, Tesla and Quadro GPUs may come out first. However, this is only speculation as Nvidia’s current plans may change.

There has also been leaks about the new Ampere card which was 40% faster than the previous one. But one of the most important features in the new RTX 3000 series is that slightly cheaper models will also be able to use ray-tracing. The RTX 3080 Ti will feature 5376 Cude Cores and 12 GB of dash. It will also have a 384bit bandwidth.

After all, the price may fall to the $500 range, though we’re still not sure, given that no official information has been provided. While reports and speculation give an idea of ​​future technology, the current epidemic situation makes things look like a disaster. All we can do is wait and see what the future holds for Team Green and the Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti.

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