An unknown GeForce graphics card was discovered in the 3DMark database, providing a 30 percent increase in performance over the current flagship. The result discovered by Rogame from the HardwareLeaks resource is hidden, that is, it is not visible to the public.
If the result showed the already released video card, most likely 3DMark would correctly indicate the model of the video card. In this case, only Generic VGA and the manufacturer represented by NVIDIA are mentioned. At the same time, the video card has a working clock frequency of 1935 MHz and a memory frequency of 6 GHz.
It is not known why 3DMark displays an effective memory frequency of 6 GHz for this accelerator, while for RTX 2080 Ti it indicates the real 1750 MHz. But a strange indicator at 6 GHz may indicate that the test package simply could not correctly determine the type of memory, and we are actually talking about an accelerator with GDDR6X on board.
One way or another, the video card showed a result 31% higher than the base GeForce RTX 2080 Ti. The average increase in the next generation of NVIDIA Ampere video cards is just expected to be around 30%. Therefore, the specified model can replace precisely the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti under the name RTX 3080 Ti or, as other sources report, the RTX 3090.
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