Photos of Alleged GeForce RTX 3090 Ampere PCB surface

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It won't be much longer before NVIDIA is going to announce their new series of GPUs based on Ampere architecture. September 1st is the day of some announcement. As expected we'll see more and more leaks on the graphics card series.

Just in before the weekend a series of alleged PCB photos from the GeForce RTX 3090 has been published at social media. The PCB looks to be a 3rd party design originating from one AIB Colorful. This card is rumoured to feature a GA102-300 GPU with 5248 Shader processors.

Most in the photos have been carefully blurred, but if you count along with me you can spot eleven GDDR6X memory SMT traces with ICs surrounding the GPU. You will also notice a different NVLink connector change. Don't get confused about the GPU photo, the photographer put an Intel processor on there to cover up the GPU, also notice the three power connectors

In Closing, a warning, these photos can easily be fakes and quite honestly I'd classify them as such. However, that changed NV-LINK connector though .... Check em out.

Photos of Alleged GeForce RTX 3090 Ampere PCB surface

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