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PNY Lists GeForce RTX 2080 Ti 11GB For $1,000, RTX 2080 8GB, Specs

A sharp-eyed Redditor spotted a listing on PNY's website for its GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Overclocked XLR8 Edition for $1,000. The leak, which has since been taken down, also listed specs for the GeForce RTX 2080 8GB XLR8 Gaming Overclocked Edition.

The cards come bearing the Turing architecture. According to the listings, the $1,000 RTX 2080 Ti comes equipped with 4,352 CUDA cores and 11GB of GDDR6 with a 352-bit memory bus that provides 616 GB/s of throughput. PNY listed boost clocks at 1,545 MHz. The card is fed with two 8-pin connectors. However, it is also possible that the $1,000 price tag for the 2080 Ti is merely a placeholder. This same model also comes as a 1080 Ti that retails for $899, which potentially gives us an idea of the price deltas we can expect between generations.

PNY GeForce RTX 2080 Ti 11GBGeForce GTX 1080 TiPNY GeForce RTX 2080 8GBGeForce GTX 1080Radeon RX Vega 64
Price$1,000$700 (Launch Price)$800$700 (Launch Price)$500 (Launch Price)
CUDA Cores (Shader Units)43523584294425604096
Boost Speed1545 MHz1582 MHz1710 MHz17331546 MHz
Memory ClockTBDTBD
Memory Size11GB GDDR611GB GDDR5X8GB GDDR68GB GDDR5X8GB HBM2
Memory Interface352-bit352-bit256-bit256-bit2048-bit
Memory bandwidth (GB/sec)616484 GB/s448320 GB/s484 GB/s
TDP285W250W285W180W295W
SLINVLink 2-wayNVLink 2-way
Multi-ScreenYesYesYesYesYes
Resolution7680 x 4320 @60Hz (Digital)7680 x 4320 @60Hz
Power InputTwo 8-pinOne 6-pin, One 8-pin
Bus TypePCIe 3.0 PCIe 3.0PCIe 3.0PCIe 3.0PCIe 3.0
WidthDual Slot?

The RTX 2080 comes packing 2944 CUDA cores and 8GB of GDDR6 with a 256-bit memory bus that pushes 448 GB/s of bandwidth. Boost speeds weigh in at 1,710 MHz. The card is fed with 8-pin and 6-pin power connectors. PNY purportedly listed this model for $800, but the listing was removed before we could grab a screenshot. Again, this is likely a placeholder.

As expected given Nvidia's recent announcements, the cards support AI and real-time ray tracing for games. Pictures of MSI's forthcoming models leaked earlier today, so it's clear the official launch is near.

  • thefiend1
    Damn that resolution though! I hope the FE 2080ti wont be at that price... :( Pricey.
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  • Kashimi
    Do you think these are speculation since it takes such a long time for partners to do pcb's or is this likely them getting the tech prior to release and having already gotten their designs approved and manufacturing started?
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  • giovanni86
    I would think the 2080ti would sport more Vram. I'll keep my 1080tis unless sli support goes up or a single card crushes FPS in every game. That price will drive me away. If there was a time to strike for AMD in the GPU market right now would be the time.
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  • Kashimi
    21242164 said:
    I would think the 2080ti would sport more Vram. I'll keep my 1080tis unless sli support goes up or a single card crushes FPS in every game. That price will drive me away. If there was a time to strike for AMD in the GPU market right now would be the time.

    If AMD released a card capable of competing with the current 1080 at the price of a 1060 (which I think is very on par with this whole Ryzen scene) I think they would take the market by storm.

    Just my opinion.
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  • excalibur1814
    Please, please, PRETTY PLEASE, don't buy it. Buy none of the new cards. This is the one and only way to MAKE them lower the price and, as we all know nVidia are making a lot of profit, of our purchases.

    It's madness. $1,000 for a graphics card? Are we that silly?
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  • PaulAlcorn
    21242342 said:
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    It's madness. $1,000 for a graphics card? Are we that silly?

    Yes. We are.
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  • lumineZ
    21242342 said:
    It's madness. $1,000 for a graphics card? Are we that silly?

    How dear you ask that question!! Of course we are! :D
    I 100% agree with you that $1000 for a GPU is to high if you ask me. But there are sooooo many people out there that has that kind of money to spend on a GPU and would not care even if the card did cost $1500 or even $2000.
    Nvidia knows this.
    I want one myself. Do I need it? To be 100% honest no I most likely dont need one for the kind of load I put my computer under.But.... I want one all the same.
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  • Alpha Gametauri
    Is it really that much better then my EVGA GTX 1080Ti FTW3 Elite Gaming cards? And Jiminey Cricket! 1K? And it could go higher!
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  • kinggremlin
    21242177 said:
    21242164 said:
    I would think the 2080ti would sport more Vram. I'll keep my 1080tis unless sli support goes up or a single card crushes FPS in every game. That price will drive me away. If there was a time to strike for AMD in the GPU market right now would be the time.

    If AMD released a card capable of competing with the current 1080 at the price of a 1060 (which I think is very on par with this whole Ryzen scene) I think they would take the market by storm.

    Just my opinion.

    Leaks have indicated Nvidia will do exactly this with the GTX 2060. Benchmarks if accurate show it is faster than a 1080 and it is expected to sell for roughly the same price as the current 6GB 1060, albeit with 1GB less memory. AMD is completely dead in the water right now. Without another mining bubble, there is no reason to buy any of their gaming cards.
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  • tslot05qsljgo9ed
    Stating a price of $1000.00 even rather then $999.99 makes me think this is just a placeholder price point and not the actual expected MSRP. PNY doesn't list anything else prices like this it's always x.99 for all other products, so I'm disinclined to read anything into this.

    https://techreport.com/news/34004/pny-reveals-rtx-2080-ti-specs-and-potential-1000-price-tag?post=1087227#1087227
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