NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 memory easily overclocks to 20 Gbps
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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 memory easily overclocks to 20 Gbps

by Rustam Iqbal

Here is a good piece of news for gamer's that their most desirable NVidia Geforce RTX 3080 can hit easily on extraordinary 20Gbps memory overclocking, which is something that is really a very appreciable factor of the graphics card expected to be launched on 17th September.

Additionally, some calculations give the standard 20.7 Gbps memory overclock, although the cards were entirely out of the traditional runways. Some benchmarks show that the micron's memory is appraised with the 21 Gbps, but NVIDIA is shrinking at the speed of 19.5 Gbps for RTX 3090 and the contrary 19.0 Gbps for RTX 3080.

But still, there is a rumor circulating on one of the respondents assesses that founders' edition models cannot even climb up the mountain of 20.5 Gbps, which was very disappointing as the user is demolishing the speed performance. Based on these analyses, we try to resolve the issue.

The reality is that NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 has developed some standards and modernized changes according to the dome forums and websites conveyed information. NVIDIA appears with the riveting topic of overclocking. This launch favors NVIDIA as many merchandises have not launched the system that is already working with the high-level TDP.

NVIDIA variant vending the finest AIB cards with the highest TDP. Recently GeForce RTX 3080 of NVIDIA founders edition materialized with high-performance TDP. While there is a late bus for the custom ampere blueprints, which would be a fascinating feature for the users as the onlookers fall for the looks first, they go through interior manufacturing.

These drafts would be a helpful feature for the users to select premium quality graphic cards. Contrastingly ASUS has given the impression of TUF gaming while they are not cooking anything for their ROG STRIX for their respondents. Gigabyte is also not ready curtain-raising of their AORUS branded models.

All these models are fully patronage. These motifs are running on the HIGH TDP, a capturing feature for the users, as it seems like the best choice and noticeable in power. In terms of power limitations, are founders edition with a TDP at 370W:

NVIDIA RTX 3080 Founders Edition (PG133) vs AIB RTX 3080 reference board (PG132)

As the respondents were all ready to tie the knot, we asked a respondent to execute the memory overclocking trial. The whole trial was power restricted as it was mounted on the non-founders edition model.

The GPU is processed on the 70 MHz and memory of 850 MHz due to which it is accelerated to such levels. NVIDIA is engaging this speed as the highest speed most significantly for the GPU and memory overclock.

This speed setup is the highest one until now for the most significant specimen with the highest running TDP of 320W. So the test is screenshotted above even at the loss rate due to NVIDIA reference. This whole trial is not worth watching, but all we can say is that the RTX 3080 can varnish the trial with residual memory overclock.

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Overclocking (Graphics Scores)

Base/Boost/Mem FS EX FS Ultra TS TS EX
1440/1710/1188 21603 11083 16703 8594
1510/1780/1294 21983 11319 17277 8877
OC/Stock 102% 102% 103% 102%

You will find more data in the chart and screenshots below:

MSI Afterburner 4.6.3 Beta with GeForce RTX 3080

MSI Afterburner 4.6.3 Beta with GeForce RTX 3080

On the other side, MSI afterburner clocks in at 10,352 MHz memory, which almost attains 20.7 Gbps speed. This an 8 min time spy extreme test:

Stability test in Time Spy Extreme (stock – left, overclocked – right)

Stability test in TechPowerUP GPU-Z (stock – left, overclocked – right)

Source: videocardz

Finally, the result is apparent that no clear report has been made here because this is not the result review; it is only a trial to authenticate the GeForce RTX 3080 memory overclock ability.

Rustam Iqbal

Hi, I'm Rustam Iqbal. I love traveling, computer hardware, and software. I’m constantly trying to learn new skills and programming languages. Reviewing new pieces of hardware is one of my favorites hobbies. Drop by any time to leave me a message if you have any questions.

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