NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 Ti spotted with 16GB GDDR6 memory

Published: 2nd Sep 2020, 07:08 GMT   Comments

Lenovo has confirmed that their Legion T7 gaming desktop system will ship with GeForce RTX 3080 and GeForce RTX 3070 graphics cards. 

Lenovo launches Legion T7 with GeForce RTX 3070 Ti 16GB

Interestingly, Lenovo also confirmed that their Legion T7 system will feature the GeForce RTX 3070 Ti model. This SKU has not been announced or even teased by NVIDIA in any form. Though, it aligns with the rumors that RTX 3070 series will be offered with both 8GB and 16GB memory. What remains unclear is whether the model is really called 3070 Ti or 3070 SUPER, we have heard both names in private conversations with AIBs.

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series Specifications
VideoCardz.comRTX 3090RTX 3080RTX 3070 Ti/SUPERRTX 3070
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GPU8nm GA102-3008nm GA102-2008nm GA104-TBC8nm GA104-300
BoardPG132 SKU 30PG132 SKU 10TBCPG142 SKU 10
CUDA Cores
 
10496
 
8704
TBC
 
5888
Base Clock
 
1395 MHz
 
1440 MHz
TBC
 
1500 MHz
Boost Clock
 
1695 MHz
 
1710 MHz
TBC
 
1725 MHz
FP32 Perf.
 
35.6 TFLOPS
 
29.8 TFLOPS
TBC
 
20.3 TFLOPS
Memory
 
24GB G6X
 
10GB G6X
 
16GB G6
 
8GB G6
Memory Clock
 
19.5 Gbps
 
19 Gbps
TBC
 
14 Gbps
Memory Bus
 
384-bit
 
320-bit
 
256-bit
 
256-bit
Bandwidth
 
936 GB/s
 
760 GB/s
TBC
 
441 GB/s
TGP
 
350W
 
320W
TBC
 
220W
MSRP
 
$1499
 
$699
TBC
 
$499

The Legion T7 systems are equipped with an Intel Z490 motherboard and either Core i9-10900K or Core i7-10700K processors, so these are definitely new additions to the desktop Legion lineup.

There is, however, something to consider. NVIDIA clearly did not inform the partners with the full specifications until the very last moment. We have heard that the final BIOS for the Ampere series was provided only recently. The doubled FP32 SM (Cuda) count has also not been communicated clearly to partners until just a few days ago. Hence, some AIBs still list incorrect CUDA core counts (5248/4352/2944) on their websites. What this means is that Lenovo may still rely on old data, which could’ve changed over the past few days.

Another point that this might not be accurate is that all cards (3080/3070Ti/3070) are listed with GDDR6 non-X memory. Thus, theoretically, these might be custom OEM variants of some sort that NVIDIA did not announce yet with slower memory technology.

Lenovo Legion T7 with GeForce RTX 3070 Ti

Lenovo Legion T7 with GeForce RTX 3070 Ti

Source: Lenovo

Many thanks to Martin Refseth (HDR) for the tip!




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