NVIDIA RTX 3070 Ti (Based on GA103) to Feature 7,424 Cores, 12GB GD6X VRAM, and a 320-bit Bus

Reputed source on NVIDIA’s Ampere graphics cards, KopiteKimi has confirmed the specifications of the GeForce RTX 3070 Ti. The GPU will be based on the GA103 die (the same one that will power the RTX 30 mobile GPUs) and likely become the second fastest consumer GPU after the RTX 3080.

In terms of the core count, it’ll feature 7,424 shaders, just short of the RTX 3080’s 8,740, and the same 320-bit bus and 10GB of GDDR6X memory, resulting in a 760GB/s bandwidth.

The source was recently able to confirm these specs, so this means that NVIDIA is indeed working on an RTX 3070 Ti.


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