Nvidia will "not launch" the 12GB RTX 4080

 Nvidia had accepted the consequences of announcing two 4080 cards with stunningly disparate specs. Nvidia declared today that it would be " not launching" the 12GB version of its impending GeForce RTX 4080-series GPU on the premise that "having two GPUs with the 4080 designations is confounding." The card won't send off in the initially arranged November window, yet it will return eventually following a rebranding.

Nvidia will "not launch" the 12GB RTX 4080

"The RTX 4080 12GB is a phenomenal designs card, yet it's not named right," reads a brief, unknown Nvidia blog entry. The 16GB version of the 4080 will in any case launch on November 16.

The 16GB version of the 4080 was with regards to past xx80-series Nvidia cards — it utilized a similar GPU bite the dust as the top-of-the-line RTX 4090, yet with a portion of the CUDA centers turned off and the clock speeds diminished. However, the difference between the 12GB and 16GB versions of the 4080 was a lot bigger than their names would propose; the 12GB version accompanied numerous fewer CUDA centers and a smaller 192-digit memory transport, and bits of hearsay showed it utilized a very surprising GPU kick the bucket. Benchmarks from Nvidia recommended the 12GB version could be all around as much as 30% slower than the 16GB version of the 4080.

The most probable game plan is that Nvidia and its accomplices will rebadge and rebrand all current 12GB RTX 4080 cards as some kind of RTX 4070. This will presumably zeros affect the card's performance or pricing. Yet, it will align the card's marking more with past ages, potentially mitigating some disarray from individuals asking why two cards with similar model numbers deal with such different performances.

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