AMD and Nvidia are planning to release their latest and next-generation high-end graphics card. It is made public that both the graphics card manufacturers will be releasing their 8GB versions of their graphics cards. Though it is not yet confirmed whether the 8GB variant will be released, let’s hope for the best.
XIDAX has listed the 8 GB variant of the Radeon RX 6800 as its R+R Silver and R+R Gold machines. But the strange thing is that XIDAX has not uploaded the card’s specification, but most likely, it would be uploaded soon. Hopefully, it’s not a mistake on their side.
Coming to Nvidia, Palit submitted an 8 GB version of the RTX 3060 to the South Korean National Radio Research Agency. Codenamed GW-RTX 3060, the card is a GHOST OC model. Videocardz asserts that 8 GB of VRAM would require a 128-bit or 256-bit bus but the RTX 3060 has a 192-bit bus.
Although Palit and XIDAX have submitted the graphics card variants, we still have to wait for the companies to confirm the specs; if the OEMs decide to release the 8GB VRAM variant of RX 6800, it would certainly be amazing.
However, we are still waiting for the debut of the RX 6700 series. It would be interesting to see the launch of the 8 GB VRAM variants of both the AMD and Nvidia. Both of them will be launching their cards simultaneously.