NVIDIA Won’t Launch GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Super
All the map through this year’s E3 match, NVIDIA launched a novel, refreshed lineup of “Turing” graphics cards, known as GeForce RTX Mountainous. They published that the “Mountainous” refresh will be recent for GeForce RTX 2060, RTX 2070 and RTX 2080, without disclosing no topic they’ll change GeForce RTX 2080 Ti to boot. There had been a plethora of rumors speculating CUDA core depend and GPU core configurations for 2080 Ti Mountainous model, with some claiming that this would possibly per chance feature a beefy TU102-400 die that is chanced on on RTX Titan graphics card.
However, in keeping with Anthony Garreffa from TweakTown, for the length of the GeForce RTX Mountainous birth match, he asked senior vice president of NVIDIA’s PC trade, Jeff Fisher, will there be a birth of GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Mountainous graphics card. To that ask Jeff spoke back with a straightforward “wouldn’t be”, that methodology that the recent “Mountainous” lineup is entire as it’s. Furthermore, it’s somewhat cheap for NVIDIA to not give RTX 2080 Ti a “Mountainous” treatment as that can per chance per chance per chance end the performance gap between GeForce RTX 2080 Ti and RTX Titan graphics cards, per chance compromising the gross sales of the RTX Titan GPU.