Full RTX 3080 Ti reference specs revealed by GPU-Z validation plus some Ashes of the Singularity scores
All reference specs for the RTX 3080 Ti model have recently been unveiled through a new GPU-Z validation posted in the TechPowerUP database. The monitoring tool identified the RTX 3080 Ti as the Nvidia GA102-225 SKU with a 2208 PCI Device ID and the particular model appears to be manufactured by Palit. We also get a first look at how well the RTX 3080 Ti performs in the Ashes of the Singularity benchmark.
As far as specs go, the GA102-225 SKU comes with a base clock of 1365 MHz and can boost to 1665 MHz. These frequencies corroborated with the integrated 10240 CUDA cores should yield 34.1 TFLOPS of single-precision compute performance, which is fairly close to the 35.6 TFLOPs mustered by the RTX 3090 variant. The GPU is also able to push 186.5 GPixels/s and 1420.2 GTexels/s. Total memory is confirmed to be 12 GB of GDDR6X clocked at 1188 MHz with a 384-bit bus width and 912.4 GB/s bandwidth. Videocardz also informs that the TGP is set to 350 W.
While the Ashes of the Singularity benchmark is far from being the industry standard, it is usually the go-to test suite for GPUs that are on the verge of an official announcement. We are hearing that select testers have already received RTX 3080 Ti samples and we should soon see leaked 3DMark results, but until then, we are stuck with some AOTS scores posted yesterday that show the RTX 3080 Ti coupled with an older Ryzen 9 3900X CPU. The GPU was tested in Crazy 1080p, 1440p and 4K scenarios and scored 9300, 9100 and 8700 points, respectively. However, due to the lack of specific settings, we cannot really compare these results to existing AMD GPU ones, which are all over the place. For example, the AOTS database includes results for an RX 6800 XT card that was able to score 9600 points in Crazy 1440p, but then there is another RX 6800 XT that scores 9400 points in Crazy 1080p, whereas for 4K the top result for an RX 6800 XT is 9000 points.
Official RTX 3080 Ti benchmarks are expected to be released on June 4, and we should also get the MSRP for the FE cards around that date.