Originally Posted by UltraMega
I would be really surprised to see less than 16GBs of Vram on the next high end GPUs.
I know, I didn't think I would ever see full utilization with 11GB but so far I've seen a few games that really get up there. I see 10.5 GB of usage in The Division 2 at 3440x1440 and I have a few other games that get up around 9-10GB. The next gen consoles are going to have a lot of system memory considering that they are targeting 4K @ 60 FPS performance.
There's no way 3080 Ti will only have 12GB of video memory, I just don't see it happening.
It will probably look like this:
3080 Ti: 16GB (or 15GB)
Titan A: 24GB (or 16GB)
And I agree about wccftech at this point, like the rumors are just all over the place now. Now it's going to be 10nm EUV and 3080 is only going to be 10% faster than 2080 Ti? What happened to 50% faster tier for tier vs 12nm Turing?
The unspoken elephant in the room is that Asian supply chain disruption is still ongoing with no end in sight. Last I heard it may lift some time in July. That has to impact the arrival of Ampere, Big Navi and the next-gen consoles. So maybe push everything back the duration of the disruption, or about 3-4 months? So original June-July release window is now, Oct if they rush like mad?
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