Wednesday, May 12th 2021

Palit Regulatory Filing Suggests NVIDIA Planning Joint Announcement of Three "Ti" SKUs

A regulatory filing by Palit with the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) for several of its upcoming custom-design graphics cards, points to the possibility that NVIDIA is preparing to announcing three GeForce RTX 30-series Ti desktop graphics card SKUs in one go. These include the much talked about GeForce RTX 3080 Ti, the RTX 3070 Ti, and the RTX 3050 Ti.

From these, the RTX 3080 Ti is positioned between the RTX 3080 and RTX 3090, possibly helping NVIDIA better compete against the Radeon RX 6900 XT. The RTX 3070 Ti improves the company's competitiveness against the RX 6800. The new RTX 3050 Ti could carve out a performance class for itself, and as yet AMD lacks any desktop SKUs below the RX 6700 XT from the current generation, at least in the retail channel. The three cards could be launched in Q2-2021.
Source: Komachi_Ensaka
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12 Comments on Palit Regulatory Filing Suggests NVIDIA Planning Joint Announcement of Three "Ti" SKUs

#1
Minus Infinity
Leaked pricing of AIB is insane $1200-1600 for the 3080 Ti, and 3070 Ti at 3080 prices, so what's the effing point even of that card.
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DeathtoGnomes
3 Ti's, is there really enough room? or does it not look like NGreedia is trying to milk the economy for single digit differences.
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#3
lynx29
Minus InfinityLeaked pricing of AIB is insane $1200-1600 for the 3080 Ti, and 3070 Ti at 3080 prices, so what's the effing point even of that card.
because you forgot to note that we live in a society that has two very different classes of people. lots of rich and lots of poor. middle class is hollow bruh.

they will sell just fine.
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#4
evernessince
Minus InfinityLeaked pricing of AIB is insane $1200-1600 for the 3080 Ti, and 3070 Ti at 3080 prices, so what's the effing point even of that card.
To remind people that the Graphics card market hasn't had good prices since the 10xxx series. MSRP needs to be about half that, let alone whatever they'll go for on the street.
lynx29because you forgot to note that we live in a society that has two very different classes of people. lots of rich and lots of poor. middle class is hollow bruh.

they will sell just fine.
In total there are 80,508 estates in the US with a net worth of 50 million or over. So really you have a very small group of people living the dream at the expense of hundreds of millions of others. Median US wages is a mere 33,000 and change. The only reason there aren't more people in poverty is because of the way the government defines poverty: ssir.org/articles/entry/beyond_the_poverty_line

The simpsons used to be considered a dysfunctional American family yet many families would now be lucky to be able to support their household with only a single income.

“That's why they call it the American Dream, because you have to be asleep to believe it.”

― George Carlin
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#5
xorbe
evernessinceThe simpsons used to be considered a dysfunctional American family yet many families would now be lucky to be able to support their household with only a single income.
Yep, Homer was portrayed as a low level 30-something with a home, car, job, family and 3 kids. That is sadly beyond the reach of many today.
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#6
lexluthermiester
DeathtoGnomes3 Ti's, is there really enough room? or does it not look like NGreedia is trying to milk the economy for single digit differences.
They're likely 3050ti, 3070ti and the incoming 3080ti. There's room for those cards in the line-up as long as the supply chain gets enough of them and the MSRP stays reasonable...
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#7
64K
I was expecting the 380 Ti and the 3070 Ti. I don't recall seeing anything about 3050 Ti but it makes sense.
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#8
HisDivineOrder
Minus InfinityLeaked pricing of AIB is insane $1200-1600 for the 3080 Ti, and 3070 Ti at 3080 prices, so what's the effing point even of that card.
Because the point of the 3080 Ti is to take all the dies that could have been 3080's and make them Ti's, netting them $300 extra profit. With so few 3080's available, they figure they now have those old 3080 non-Ti customers waiting to spend almost $700 and they'll give them 3070 Ti's, taking away from the 3070 crowd. Netting another profit.

This is them acknowledging the 3080, 3070, and their only vaguely-more-reasonable MSRP's are a thing of the past. They'll make a tiny number to keep selling the line they've got a full stack of value, but they'll have pushed us right back to the old prices of the 20 series and you'll have people trumpeting it because of the addition of Miner-limiting or more cards (briefly due to stockpiling currently happening) at launch.

The point of the 3080 Ti and 3070 Ti is for nvidia to net more of the money than they were. They priced the 3080 and 3070 thinking that competition with AMD was going to be fierce. They didn't expect their chief competitor to be production capacity so many months later.
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#9
ozzyozzy
Oh it is happening! We will see the real faces of AIBs, retailers and also Nvidia with the price of desktop 3050ti 4gb , since it can't be used by miners (4gb). Also RX6600XT soon, and its hashrate expected to be near 25+, so they are also not attractive to miners right? 3050ti mobile early benchmarks www.notebookcheck.net/Performance-Review-Nvidia-GeForce-RTX-3050-Ti-Laptop-GPU.539010.0.html . People are still hungry for 180-250$ range cards and last gpu without RT cores was 1660super right? And it was almost 2 years ago, October 29, 2019. So this 3050ti price is really important at this point. I am hoping we don't see 3050ti (and Rx6600xt) with 2-3xMsrp prices on the shelves this time. Fingers crossed... (i know they are still pushing people to Cloud gaming, but it is getting too long!! I don't wanna spend 450$ for a stupid 1650ti 4gb also, or 430 for RX5500 4gb! Which are almost same performance as 1060 6gb which released at July 19, 2016)
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#10
Fourstaff
Wonder if they are still using Samsung 8nm.
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#11
64K
FourstaffWonder if they are still using Samsung 8nm.
From what I've been seeing it will still be using Samsung 8 nm
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#12
lynx29
evernessinceTo remind people that the Graphics card market hasn't had good prices since the 10xxx series. MSRP needs to be about half that, let alone whatever they'll go for on the street.



In total there are 80,508 estates in the US with a net worth of 50 million or over. So really you have a very small group of people living the dream at the expense of hundreds of millions of others. Median US wages is a mere 33,000 and change. The only reason there aren't more people in poverty is because of the way the government defines poverty: ssir.org/articles/entry/beyond_the_poverty_line

The simpsons used to be considered a dysfunctional American family yet many families would now be lucky to be able to support their household with only a single income.

“That's why they call it the American Dream, because you have to be asleep to believe it.”

― George Carlin
please tell me the number of 250,000 and over... 50 million is nonsense reference. everyone I know lives paycheck to paycheck and has no assets... nice to see another person completely not getting it.
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