Even during this GPU shortage, NVIDIA has still been developing its next line of graphics cards, and it appears that the RTX 3080 Ti may be on the way sooner than we thought.
A listing, which has since been removed, appeared on a Polish online retailer, but not before some screenshots were snapped which may have revealed some much sought after specs and information.
Here's everything we know so far.
The NVIDIA RTX 3080 Ti Was Spotted at X-Kom's Website
The upcoming RTX 3080 Ti had a listing, very briefly on X-Kom's website; this listing gave up a fair amount of information regarding the graphics card that was previously left unknown.
This listing showcases that the RTX 3080 TI will feature 10,240 CUDA cores, 12GB of GDDR6X video memory, and utilize a 384-bit memory bus.
In this listing, it states that the hash rate limiter, which originally made an appearance in the RTX 3060 but was soon removed by an update from NVIDIA, would be making a reappearance.
This limiter is designed to make the graphics card less efficient for cryptocurrency mining and therefore make them less desirable for cryptocurrency miners.
While the X-Kom listing did give up a large amount of information regarding the RTX 3080 Ti, since none of this information has been confirmed since being spotted, the listing has been removed from X-Kom's website.
We'l keep you posted when we hear more. Don't forget to check out our RTX 3080 stock tracker to be in with a chance of snagging yet another highly coveted Nvidia graphics card.