Originally spotted by _rogame over at Twitter, the card, which has been pegged as the RTX 3080, was running at 2.1GHz, which is pretty high considering that highest factory-overclocked RTX 20 series peaked at mid 1700MHz.
[Nvidia Ampere]🧐— _rogame (@_rogame) August 16, 2020
The first public benchmark for RTX 3080 (Userbenchmark)
> 2100MHz Core clock Limit
> 4750MHz memory clock (ie 19Gbps GDDR6X)
> 10GB VRAM
> Device: 10DE 2206 Model: NVIDIA Graphics Devicehttps://t.co/aiZN0Rz6sx
The score is low for some reason pic.twitter.com/z2Cetdy2Pk
The card was running with 10GB of 19Gbps GDDR6X memory and that is pretty much what could be gathered from the benchmark database entry.
Bear in mind that Nvidia will certainly bring architectural gains, as well as higher AI and ray tracing performance with Ampere GPU.
In any case, we are certainly looking forward to September 1st, when Nvidia has scheduled its “Geforce Special Event”. Nvidia is also celebrating the 21st anniversary of the Geforce 256, something that Nvidia marketed as the world's first GPU.