NVIDIA RTX 3080 Mobile Specs Confirmed: 6,144 FP32 Cores and 16GB VRAM based on GA104

A Geekbench 5 leak has confirmed the specifications of NVIDIA’s Ampere mobile flagship, the GeForce RTX 3080. As already reported earlier, the laptop variant will be based on the GA104, the same die that powers the RTX 3070, rather than the GA102 which forms the RTX 3080/3090.


Like the RTX 3070 desktop, the RTX 3080 mobile will include 6,144 FP32 cores but feature twice as much memory at 16GB. The boost clock mentioned in the listing is 1.54GHz which means that we’re likely to see higher-end notebooks push it as high as 1.7GHz with custom heatsink designs.

Considering that the RTX 3080 mobile is roughly on par with the RTX 3070 desktop, it’d be fair to assume that the mobile version of the latter will be comparable to the desktop RTX 3060 Ti. NVIDIA is expected to announce its mobile Ampere lineup on the 12th of this month during its CES keynote.


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