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(Bundle with PC) ZOTAC GAMING GeForce RTX 3080 Ti Trinity OC 12GB GDDR6X Graphics Card #ZT-A30810J-10P

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(Bundle with PC) ZOTAC GAMING GeForce RTX 3080 Ti Trinity OC 12GB GDDR6X Graphics Card #ZT-A30810J-10P

Product Id: 14.01.706.107

Regular Price  226,770
Special Price  209,000
Festival Discount  6,000

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Quick Overview

Brand - ZOTAC
Chipset Vendor - NVIDIA GeForce
Chipset Model - GeForce RTX 3080 Ti
Model - ZOTAC GAMING GeForce RTX 3080 Ti Trinity OC
Boost Engine Clock Speed - 1695 MHz
Memory Size - 12GB
Interface - PCI Express 4.0 16x

General

Brand
ZOTAC
Chipset
NVIDIA GeForce
Chipset Model
GeForce RTX 3080 Ti
Model
ZOTAC GAMING GeForce RTX 3080 Ti Trinity OC
Part No
ZT-A30810J-10P

Technical Information

CUDA Core / Stream Processors
10240 (CUDA)
Engine Clock
Boost: 1695 MHz
Boost Engine Clock Speed
1695 MHz
Memory Clock
19 Gbps
Capacity (GB/TB)
12GB
Memory Bus
384-bit
Memory Type
GDDR6X
Interface(s)
PCI Express 4.0 16x
DirectX Support
12 Ultimate
OpenGL Support
4.6
HDCP Support
Yes, 2.3
Supported Operating System
Windows 10

Display & Resolution

Graphics Resolution Max.
7680 x 4320
Multi Display Capability
Quad Display

Ports

HDMI Port
1
Display Port
3

Power

Power Consumption
350W
Recommended PSU
750W
Power Connectors
2 x 8-pin

Physical Description

Card Dimension
317.8 x 120.7 x 63mm
Cooling Fan
Triple
Lighting
RGB
RGB Effects
Yes
Package Contents
2 x Dual 6-pin to 8-pin cable, Manual

Warranty

Warranty
2 Year (No warranty for Mining)

Additional Info

Others
Cooling: IceStorm 2.0, Slot Size: 3 slot
Specialty
2nd Gen Ray Tracing Cores, 3rd Gen Tensor Cores, SPECTRA 2.0 RGB Lighting, IceStorm 2.0 Advanced Cooling, Active Fan Control with FREEZE Fan Stop, Metal Frontplate and RGB LED Backplate, FireStorm Utility, VR Ready

Details

Brand - ZOTAC, Chipset Vendor - NVIDIA GeForce, Chipset Model - GeForce RTX 3080 Ti, Model - ZOTAC GAMING GeForce RTX 3080 Ti Trinity OC, CUDA Core / Stream Processors - 10240 (CUDA), Engine Clock - Boost: 1695 MHz, Boost Engine Clock Speed - 1695 MHz, Memory Clock - 19 Gbps, Memory Size - 12GB, Memory Bus - 384-bit, Memory Type - GDDR6X, Interface - PCI Express 4.0 16x, Digital Max Resolution - 7680 x 4320, DirectX - 12 Ultimate, OpenGL - 4.6, HDMI Port - 1, Displayport - 3, Power Consumption - 350W, Recommended PSU - 750W, Power Connectors - 2 x 8-pin, Multi Display Capability - Quad Display, Card Dimension - 317.8 x 120.7 x 63mm, HDCP Support - Yes (2.3), Cooling Fan - Triple Fan, Lighting - RGB, RGB Effects - Yes, Supported OS - Windows 10, Others - Cooling: IceStorm 2.0, Slot Size: 3 slot, Specialty - 2nd Gen Ray Tracing Cores, 3rd Gen Tensor Cores, SPECTRA 2.0 RGB Lighting, IceStorm 2.0 Advanced Cooling, Active Fan Control with FREEZE Fan Stop, Metal Frontplate and RGB LED Backplate, FireStorm Utility, VR Ready, Part No - ZT-A30810J-10P, Package Contains - 2 x Dual 6-pin to 8-pin cable, Manual, Warranty - 2 Year (No Warranty For Mining)

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