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Nvidia Announces New RTX 3080 Graphics Card With 12GB Of Memory

Nvidia has announced its new RTX 3080 graphics card with 12GB of memory, this GPU is the latest of its GeForce drivers. The RTX 3080 matches its RTX 3080 Ti in terms of memory offering almost 3 percent CUDA cores and 10GB over the original RTX 3080. Pricing is currently not available for this new graphics card as Nvidia partners will determine how much it will sell. Also announced recently is the RTX 3090 Ti with faster memory and performance.

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Rival Intel has released its Arc graphics card, to rival NVIDIA and others for high-end gaming. This is the company’s first discrete gaming graphics card. The company also aims to rival AMD, the ARC is the codename to Intel’s DG1 graphics card.

Intel Xe Graphics.
Intel Xe Graphics.
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The discrete graphics card will be called Intel Xe-HPG DG2 according to a statement from Intel’s website. Recent launch date from a hardware account on Weibo and a tweet from @9550pro may have confirmed the actual timeframe. This graphics card is Intel’s chance to hold ground in the graphics card market. The chip company has been teasing the release of this graphics card for a long now.

An Intel graphics card will end the duopoly of Nvidia and AMD discrete graphics cards. Intel’s only discrete graphics card before this was the DG1. Chips and gaming companies are pushing their limits to release next-gen inventory, even TV companies are not left behind. The current global chip storage might hurt Intel plans for its new graphics card. Intel needs to sort out supply to push out its product, and compete against the likes of Nvidia.



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