Let’s get started with Nvidia. It seems like in the last few days, we’ve been getting closer and closer to getting most of the answers when it comes to the specs. Yesterday we had an igor’s lab leak where his sources added some information and confirmed our TDP suspicions. Essentially, there would be 3 sku’s identified by the PCB number PG132. The highest-end card which is right now called the rtx 3090 would have 24gb of gddr6X. The card under it, the RTX 3080 ti or super would feature 11GB and the RTX 3080 would be a bit lower at 10gb. The connectors are also slightly different with only the 3090 having support for NVlink. Anyways, on to the TDP. All we’ve been hearing so far is a tdp of between 300 and 350W. Turns out, the 3090 is going to be at 350W and the 3080 slash ti is at 320W. Now Igor’s lab does specify that this is the total board power or TBP. which is technically different than TDP because it takes into consideration things like VRM heat loss and fan power. But just know that 90% of the time you look for a chip’s TDP online, you end up with the TBP number.