The RTX 3080 comes standard with 320-bit 10GB GDDR6X video memory, and the later upgraded version of the RTX 3080 12GB is open to 384-bit 12GB.
This second-hand mining card can detect the complete 8704 stream processors, but the video memory shows only 256-bit 8GB. When disassembled, it can be found that all 10 video memory particles are present.
To make matters worse, all kinds of labels on the graphics card have been torn and smeared off, which cannot be guaranteed.
It is estimated that during the long-term mining of this card, two video memories were damaged due to long-term high load, and it may be that one group of video memory channels was broken, so the seller flashed the BIOS to block them, and took them out to trick people…