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Possible Nvidia 3070 Ti/Super Spotted

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Summary

Lenovo listed one of their Legion T7 Desktop systems as having a 3070ti. The card apparently features 16gb of gddr6 memory.

 

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 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.

 

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I think that super/ti versions of their cards with more vram would make sense for Nvidia to release. I was underwhelmed by the amount of vram especially in the 3080 and I think other people were too.

 

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https://videocardz.com/newz/nvidia-geforce-rtx-3070-ti-spotted-with-16gb-gddr6-memory

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They better ditch the SUPER branding


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Although I would be personally interested in such a model, I don't think NVIDIA would produce a 70-Ti that would eat into the 80 series card. 

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13 minutes ago, GravityHurts said:

Summary

Lenovo listed one of their Legion T7 Desktop systems as having a 3070ti. The card apparently features 16gb of gddr6 memory.

 

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My thoughts

I think that super/ti versions of their cards with more vram would make sense for Nvidia to release. I was underwhelmed by the amount of vram especially in the 3080 and I think other people were too.

 

Sources

https://videocardz.com/newz/nvidia-geforce-rtx-3070-ti-spotted-with-16gb-gddr6-memory

I am expecting a 3060 and a 3080 Ti though to cover all the price ranges several weeks after "Big Navi"

I also doubt a 3070 Ti, wouldn't it hurt the 3080? 🤔

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13 minutes ago, Mateyyy said:

They better ditch the SUPER branding

isnt "super" just a different branding of ti models?


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Just now, VeganJoy said:

isnt "super" just a different branding of ti models?

Well for instance in the 16 series you've got the 1660, 1660 Super and 1660Ti, so not really.


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16 minutes ago, Mateyyy said:

They better ditch the SUPER branding

And should release maxed out chips in the first place 


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16 minutes ago, Mateyyy said:

Well for instance in the 16 series you've got the 1660, 1660 Super and 1660Ti, so not really.

i mean i assumed it was just a way for them to have another tier of cards thats a step below tis, but...

16 minutes ago, Drama Lama said:

And should release maxed out chips in the first place 

i think i get why supers are kinda bs, itll be lame if they do the same thing they did with the last supers


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40 minutes ago, Mateyyy said:

They better ditch the SUPER branding

iNtRoDuCiNg nViDiA rTx 3070Ti sUpEr dUpEr mEgA aWeSoMe gAmInG eDiTiOn


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1 hour ago, Mateyyy said:

They better ditch the SUPER branding

Why if it gives me more than measly 8gigs for less $ they can name it whatever!  


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Just now, Mark Kaine said:

Why if it gives me more than measly 8gigs they can name it whatever!  

I think it just sounds dumb lol. "Ti" is fine.


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45 minutes ago, AluminiumTech said:

iNtRoDuCiNg nViDiA rTx 3070Ti sUpEr dUpEr mEgA aWeSoMe gAmInG eDiTiOn

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Just now, Mateyyy said:

I think it just sounds dumb lol. "Ti" is fine.

Oh I see, I think "ti" is way more confusing tho.  Texas Instruments?  Titan? ... Titanic?  Huhh 


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8 hours ago, Mark Kaine said:

Oh I see, I think "ti" is way more confusing tho.  Texas Instruments?  Titan? ... Titanic?  Huhh 

Titanium is actually what they were going for i believe


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If this is real, I think there are two possibilities;

 

A 3070ti at 700usd. It has the same GPU die as the normal 3070, but with 16gb. You can pick less vram, more preformance, or less preformance, more vram. Maybe the 70ti in this case has gddr6x instead. 

 

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3070ti at 600usd. It just has 16gb of ram. That's it. 


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11 hours ago, Mateyyy said:

They better ditch the SUPER branding

I think that I'd prefer they ditch the Ti branding and kept the Super branding - but they shouldn't have both. Super is more self-explanatory than Ti, and it's just a bit easier to express: 3070S vs 3070Ti.

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11 hours ago, Mateyyy said:

They better ditch the SUPER branding

I prefer the super branding. It's clearer for consumers.


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5 hours ago, Delicieuxz said:

I think that I'd prefer they ditch the Ti branding and kept the Super branding - but they shouldn't have both. Super is more self-explanatory than Ti, and it's just a bit easier to express: 3070S vs 3070Ti.

5 hours ago, Belgarathian said:

I prefer the super branding. It's clearer for consumers.

I've seen tons of people refer to a Super card, say a 2080 Super, as 2080S, but right afterwards they just call it 2080. Then you end up reading forum threads where you see "2080S" mentioned three times and "2080" mentioned at least the same amount of times..

 

I don't feel like it was this way with Ti, and given how long Nvidia has had the "Ti" branding, I think it's a lot more recognisable than "Super"/"S".


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On 9/2/2020 at 11:54 AM, Mateyyy said:

I think it just sounds dumb lol. "Ti" is fine.

I never understood why Ti is held in a higher regard to Pt. Platinum is far more rare and valuable compared to Titanium.

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On 9/2/2020 at 4:36 PM, Mondas42 said:

If this is true, I totally called it on another thread. Someone even said that "NV said they wont be doing a Ti".

 

But there's just no chance that they will leave this lineup as it currently stands. NV will expand that lineup until we're blue in the face. They might not call it a Ti, but you can bet your ass that they will bring out something to fill in between the existing 3 cards. And i reckon you can bet that there will be something with more performance than the 3080 and at a better price than the 3090 which will appeal far more. You just wont have to pay the early adopters fee.

 

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1 hour ago, StDragon said:

I never understood why Ti is held in a higher regard to Pt. Platinum is far more rare and valuable compared to Titanium.

Because it's what a lot of the SR71 was made out of, so it's cool.....

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14 minutes ago, IntMD said:

Because it's what a lot of the SR71 was made out of, so it's cool.....

🤔 If you're having to throw your PSUs into the stratosphere, may I recommend changing to another brand? 

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1 hour ago, StDragon said:

🤔 If you're having to throw your PSUs into the stratosphere, may I recommend changing to another brand? 

Nah, you just need longer extension cables.

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