Wednesday, September 2nd 2020

Lenovo Lists "GeForce RTX 3070 Ti" with 16GB GDDR6 Memory

Lenovo has allegedly listed an unreleased NVIDIA GeForce "Ampere" graphics card as an option for its Legion T7 gaming desktop. The specs sheet speaks of a "GeForce RTX 3070 Ti" with "16 GB of GDDR6" memory, in what may be the first of many future product stack refreshes NVIDIA has planned. No other specs of the RTX 3070 Ti have been mentioned, but the doubling in memory size foreshadows a similar treatment for the RTX 3080. Currently, the RTX 3080 is being released with 10 GB of GDDR6X. The flagship RTX 3090 has 24 GB of it. There is a vast gorge in the new product stack, between the $700 RTX 3080 10 GB, and the $1,500 RTX 3090 24 GB, which is ripe for a possible "RTX 3080 Ti" with 20 GB of memory, among other features.
Source: VideoCardz
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8 Comments on Lenovo Lists "GeForce RTX 3070 Ti" with 16GB GDDR6 Memory

#1
ThrashZone
Hi,
Too bad there isn't a fake news section.
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#3
JAB Creations
Tom mentions in his videos of late that Nvidia is trying to clean up the stack. Really, if there is something between a 3070 and 3080 they should just call it a 3075.
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#4
Raendor
Damn, now I’m not sure about 3070 at launch. On the other hand - who cares. If I need more vram - I’ll just upgrade.
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#5
ppn
Raendor
Damn, now I’m not sure about 3070 at launch. On the other hand - who cares. If I need more vram - I’ll just upgrade.
$100 for the extra 8GB, now the dilema is 8704 Cuda 10GB fast 19GBps $699, or 6144 Cuda 16GB slow 16GBps $599.
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#6
lexluthermiester
ppn
$100 for the extra 8GB, now the dilema is 8704 Cuda 10GB fast 19GBps $699, or 6144 Cuda 16GB slow 16GBps $599.
You compare 19GBPS and 16GBPS as you call the later "slow"? LOL!
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#7
Bruno_O
Nvidia: here's our new RTX 3070 8GB! It's stronger than a 2080 TI!!!!
Sensible consumers: hey Nvidia, isn't 8GB too little for a card that's 4k capable? Didn't the 2080 TI came out with 11GB...?
Nvidia: nah 8GB is plenty and cheaper
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Nvidia: here's our new RTX 3070 TI 16GB so you don't run out of memory!
Raendor
Damn, now I’m not sure about 3070 at launch. On the other hand - who cares. If I need more vram - I’ll just upgrade.
you should be worried, it does lack memory and this will be clear in the long run - heck, many games are using over 8GB already, at 1440p/4k with everything set to ultra
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#8
Bubster
how much is it gonna cost?anybody?
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