Nvidia’s Geforce RTX 3080 Ti is set to launch on 31st May in Computex followed by its sale on 2nd June. Most AIB partners have made preparations to launch their custom cards as soon as the embargo is removed.
Leadtek and Palit have also readied their RTX 3080 Ti cards by registering them on Korean National Radio Research Agency where Leadtek RTX 3080 Ti Hurricane was registered on 11th May and the Palit RTX 3080 Ti Gaming Pro was registered yesterday.
As Videocardz reports, there is no update from Nvidia’s side. So, the RTX 3080 Ti will use the same board design as that of RTX 3080 which has the PG133/132 board. These two cards will be 2.5 slots thick and will feature the reference PCB with a custom cooler on it.
Both are triple fan cards featuring different looks and will come with 2x 8-pin power connectors. With no hopes to find graphics cards on the normal MSRP, let’s hope that Nvidia launches them with LHR(Lite Hash Rate) to keep miners away from them.