Here’s every hard spec that Nvidia has released so far for the $1,500 GeForce RTX 3090, $700 GeForce RTX 3080, and $500 GeForce RTX 3070. It’s not a complete picture, but it reveals a lot. Of particular note, these GPUs pack in far more CUDA cores than their predecessors, pushing the counts way beyond even what the loftiest rumors suggested. Even the RTX 3070 packs significantly more CUDA cores than the prior generation’s GeForce RTX 2080 Ti flagship.
These cards could be beasts in both ray tracing and traditional gaming, folks.
We’ve listed details on all the individual “Ampere” GPU-based cards below, and compiled it all in the following chart for quick comparison versus their “Turing” GPU-based GeForce RTX 20-series predecessors. All physical characteristics, including power needs and display connectors, refer to Nvidia’s own Founders Edition version of the respective cards.
Check out our coverage of the GeForce RTX 30-series reveal for deeper insight into what some of the specifications mean, as the cards introduce cutting-edge GDDR6X memory, next-gen RT and tensor cores, and a whole lot more.
GeForce RTX 30-series vs GeForce RTX 20-series: Full spec comparison