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Retailers accidentally reveal GeForce RTX 3000 mobile, paired with next-gen Ryzen mobile

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Unexpectedly, the RTX 3080 mobile has been listed with 16 GB of dedicated memory. On the desktop, it's only got 10 GB. It's quite a bizarre change, particularly relative to the 3080's memory controller configuration, so perhaps this is an erroneous listing. If not, though, this will be interesting to watch perform.


Further down the product stack, things only get stranger. The RTX 3060 has yet to make an appearance on desktop (the 3060 Ti launched this week), yet here it is in a laptop. It's listed with a piddly 6 GB of dedicated memory. An unnamed Quadro RTX 3000 graphics card is also listed with 6 GB. It's paired with a Ryzen 4000 processor.

Source: https://www.techspot.com/news/87862-retailers-accidentally-reveal-geforce-rtx-3000-mobile-paired.html#commentsOffset


Further evidence of a 3000 series refresh with more Vram.



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There will be a lot of returns from people once cards come out with more VRAM.

I am not sure how many companies will follow the EVGA strategy and allow step up choices. 

I hope we do not go back to the early 2000 days where bigger vram was not paired with the correct design. 

I know ATI and NVIDIA had cards with a BUS that would not be fast enough to take advantage of the big selling point which was 512 MB VRAM. 

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