Extracted from Videocardz … A Chinese material maker “Big equipment gamer” has apparently obtained accessibility to a design example of the GeForce RTX 3080 with 20GB. According to the screenshot that has actually been uploaded by the leaker, the graphics card was produced by Colorful, the subsystem ID exposes. The GPU-Z details is in fact fairly complex, as the graphics card supposedly has clock rates of RTX 3090 design of 1395 MHz base clock as well as 1695 MHz increase clock, however the software program plainly identifies the graphics card as RTX 3080, which appears weird taking into consideration that this SKU does not exist yet as well as TechPowerUP have actually not upgraded the software program to sustain it.
The graphics card could either be the unreleased GeForce RTX 3080 20GB, which was scheduled to launch in December, but eventually canceled due to the launch of Radeon RX 6000 16GB with memory, or the upcoming Geforce RTX 3080 Ti, which was expected to offer both, the 10496 CUDA core count (same as RTX 3090) and 20GB memory (twice as RTX 3080). According to the leaker, the graphics card has the same TDP as RTX 3090 which is 350W.
The leaker appears to be using some kind of engineering driver for the graphics cards. It is very uncommon for a driver to work this early with unreleased hardware, which adds further doubt to this leak.