We all knew that ray tracing would be a hot feature in gaming. Likewise, a lot of folks thought that the new Nvidia RTX cards, most especially the GTX 2080 Ti, would be a fairly high-end GPU for quite some time. Then, of course, a few leaks popped up here and there teasing the Nvidia Titan RTX. That means the GTX 2080 Ti will have to move over because there’s a new king in town.
Here are the full specs from the official website:
- Architecture – Nvidia Turing
- Video Memory – 24GB GDDR6
- Base Clock – 1350 MHz
- Boost Clock – 1770 MHz
- Tensor Cores – 576
- RT Cores – 72
- CUDA Cores – 4608
- Memory Speed – 14 Gbps
- Memory Interface Width – 384 bit
- Total Memory Bandwidth – 672 Gbps
- Texture Rate (Bilinear) – 510 GigaTexels/sec
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