NVIDIA is getting ready to launch their next-generation Ampere graphics cards for consumers. It seems like every day we get more rumors, but today we have some information on the GeForce RTX 3070 and GeForce RTX 3070 Ti graphics cards. This information comes from Twitter user kopite7kimi, who has had multiple confirmed speculations in the past. The GeForce RTX 3070 and RTX 3070 Ti will be based on the GA104 GPU with GDDR6 memory. The big difference between the Ti and non-Ti version is that the Ti version will feature faster GDDR6X memory which can reportedly go up to 21 Gbps.
The regular (non-Ti) version of the RTX 3070 will have 2944 CUDA cores using the GA104-400 GPU die. The Ti version however will have 3072 CUDA cores using the GA104-300 die. Both cards are estimated would have a memory bandwidth of 512 GB/s.
As of right now that is all we have on these cards. According to the leaked production timeline for the RTX 3000 series NVIDIA is in the Design Validation Test (DVT) phase and will be preparing for mass production in August and we should see a launch before the end of the year.