In recent generations of graphics cards, Nvidia has withheld the announcement of a "Ti" variant until the product stack has been fleshed out. The GeForce GTX 1
Let's just say we are skeptical. At first sight, the alleged representatives of the press postulated by Videocardz seem to be legitimized. They show the packaging for GeForce RTX 2080 Ti cards from Nvidia's hardware partners such as Gigabyte / Aorus, MSI and Palit. MSI actually has two SKUs, one a Gaming X Trio card and the other with its Duke branding.
Part of what makes us skeptical is that each render is identical to the GeForce RTX 2080 renderers released by Videocardz for adding "Ti" to the box and the amount of video memory. These details would be easy for Photoshop.
If the SKUs are really real, it's interesting that Nvidia works again with 11 GB of memory (GDDR6 in this case). This was a bit weird on the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, and another 11GB product seems weird, to say the least.
We are not ready to completely eliminate it, as it is feasible. So there is a GeForce RTX 2080 Ti with 24 GB of GDDR6 memory, just like the Quadro RTX 6000. Or Nvidia could reserve the larger memory allocation for a future Titan RTX card to master them all. In other words, there are a lot of potential scenarios.
VideoCockz reports on the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti with 4,352 CUDA cores, 11 GB of GDDR5 memory, 352-bit memory bus, and 616 GB / s of memory bandwidth. The RTX 2080 is said to have 2,944 CUDA cores, 8GB GDDR6 and a 256-bit bus for 448GB / s bandwidth. GPU clock speeds remain unknown, although we expect them to be similar to the Pascal series (1500-1800 MHz).
We will find out if these will soon become reality. Nvidia plans to release its new loyalty cards on Monday, August 20, the day before the Gamescom 2018 launch. The event will be broadcast live on Twitch.