In a new listing submitted to the European Commission before the EEC; Gigabyte acknowledged the existence of not just the new NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 Ti 16GB and RTX 3080 12GB graphics cards; but also the new AMD RX 6500 XT graphics card.
Unfortunately, only the names and amounts of VRAM available for the Nvidia models are confirmed; though earlier rumors suggest that it does not feature many changes beyond that. When it comes to the RTX 3070 Ti; it’s likely that VRAM will feature double while the number of Cuda Cores will remain the same. However, the company will have to increase the RTX bus to 384 bits; in addition to the VRAM to accommodate the additional 12GB of VRAM. Furthermore, compared to the RTX 3080 Ti, this increase in memory bus bandwidth will result in a 20% boost in total performance. While it’s probable that the same amount of Cuda Cores will be used to maintain segmentation.
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The list reveals that the RX 6500 XT will have 4GB of memory. It adds validity to claims that it will have a bus with only 64 bits of memory. Even though AMD chose the most basic configuration; possibly to isolate it from the miners; adding at least 6GB of VRAM and a 96-bit bus would have been interesting. Because the hash rate is highly dependent on memory bandwidth, and as a result, the lower the amount of memory used, the higher the hash rate. The lower the level of interest demonstrated by miners in maintaining a low price, as will be the case in the long run, will be its principal strength.
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