NVIDIA GA103 GPU Coming to Mobile Platform with RTX 3080 Ti

The GeForce RTX 3080 Ti, or possibly the RTX 3090 variant, will be the most powerful mobile GPU ever.

We have heard that NVIDIA is making preparations for the RTX 3050 series desktop graphics cards, as well as the RTX 30 SUPER series. Judging by the new information, the green team plans to expand its product range on the mobile side as well as on the desktop.

The flagship card the company is currently developing for laptops is the GeForce RTX 3080 model, which is based on GPU104 silicon and carries 6144 CUDA cores. This mobile version has the same core configuration as the RTX 3070 Ti desktop and runs with 16GB of GDDR6 memory on a 256-bit bus.

The upcoming RTX 3080 Ti is rumored to be based on the GA103 GPU die. It is also said that this GPU is a mobile-optimized version of the GA102 GPU core. On the other hand, the new chip may offer a slightly larger memory bus and an increased core count.

GPU-Z BIOS tweaks at TechPowerUp Matthew SmithDiscovered an NVIDIA Ampere GA103 GPU with Device ID 2420 (GN20-E8). According to Matthew, the SKU based on the graphics processor is called the GeForce RTX 3080 Ti Mobile and will come in both standard and Max-Q variants. a recognized source of leaks Kopite7kimi predicts that this card could be called the GeForce RTX 3090 Mobile.

RTX 3080 Mobile currently has 150W thermal design, so RTX 3080 Ti (RTX 3090) Mobile will need more power and it is possible to reach 200W level. Although it is not known which bus interface the chip will offer, we can expect it to offer performance close to the desktop RTX 3080.

The new mobile Ampere GPU, which will be featured in high-end laptops, is expected to debut at CES 2022. At the same time, it is likely that new laptops based on Intel’s Alder Lake-P and AMD’s Rembrandt APUs will be introduced on this date.

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