This week, NVIDIA officially released the GeForce desktop game card based on the ampere architecture, debuting the performance king RTX 3090, the flagship ACTX 3080 and the midstream pillar RTX 3070. Little buddies familiar with NVIDIA can’t help wondering, how did the RTX 3080 Ti suddenly disappear? Media PCworld editor in the latest article gave an analysis, look down quite a point of view, we may as well look at.
The most important reason is simple: the RTX 3090 is priced directly at $1,499, $300 more than the RTX 2080 Ti (FE) two years ago and $500 more expensive than the RTX 2080 Ti (Standard Edition). It is not difficult to understand that if forced to carry the “3080 Ti” identity, obviously by the player’s mouth sprayed all over the ground.
The second reason is related to AMD. Although the N card is now in the exclusive market share of up to 80 percent, but AMD is still regarded as a “pin in the eye”, NVIDIA seems to be light clouds, but instead “deeply concerned”, must not tolerate in the running ladder by AMD anti-super, that year’s GTX 1070 Ti, the most direct purpose of the existence of AMD Vega crowded out.
So the RTX 3090 is almost an unsoppable opponent of AMD Big Navi, and if the latter plays an extraordinary role, then the RTX 3080 Ti suppression is sacrificed, and if it works properly, the RTX 3070 Ti is used to suppress it, as if the abaciser were jingling.
As for when the RTX 3080 Ti will be launched, please be a little more restless. In fact, in addition to RTX 2080 Ti, the last few generations of xx80 Ti are later than xx80, 1080 Ti late 1080 a year, 980 Ti late 980 a month, 780 Ti late 780 half a year.
The reason why the RTX 3080 Ti is bound to have, look at the huge gulf between the 3090 24GB G6X and the 3080 10GB G6X, which is not obvious enough?