Ann EEC list (opens in new tab) – A list of products proposed for sale in the Eurasian Economic Commission region (Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia) has emerged, detailing potential Gigabyte Nvidia GPUs (all 4090) . (opens in new tab) model.
These lists are displayed from time (opens in new tab) in time (opens in new tab)and should not be construed as a definitive list of what Gigabyte intends to sell in any particular region. These lists now have more gigabytes to cover that base, so you won’t have to fill out any additional paperwork later. This is because product listing is a pre-sale requirement in the EEA. Still, it gives us a vague idea of what the upcoming wave of top-end cards from one manufacturer might look like.
Many of the cards use the Aorus sub-brand that Gigabyte uses for high performance components. Interestingly, all 11 model numbers in the list show the number 24, so this could be a strong hint of how much VRAM is included. This is the same as many 3090 and 3090Ti. (opens in new tab) Ampere Card, Titan RTX (opens in new tab) From the Turing generation. However, we can almost certainly expect upcoming Lovelace cards to use faster GDDR memory or somehow increase memory bandwidth over the previous generation.
Otherwise, the model name will vary by sub-brand, and you’ll also see Gaming and Eagle, but not Xtreme, Elite, Turbo, and Master as we’ve seen on 30-series cards. The letters on it are W, WB, X, M, E, OC (Gigabyte’s 3080 OC model was just 45 MHz faster than the reference card), and WF3 (strongly pointing to the triple-fan Windforce model). read it. The EEC filing is valid until his 2027, so it’s possible that some of these cards, if any, will show up later in the release cycle.
Gigabyte produced a chunky look RTX 3080 Eagle There’s no reason why a graphics card should be a simple black rectangle. There’s no reason to suspect these cards won’t show up, but they’re not specifically mentioned here. It also doesn’t have the word “RTX”. This is a sign that Nvidia has given up on Ray his tracing.
The EEC, which has jurisdiction over Russia and Kazakhstan, covers a vast area of surprisingly unpopulated land. Therefore, you may not have the same number of cards available as in high volume markets such as the US. There is no release date or price information on the listing.