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Alleged RTX 3070 Ti and RTX 3070 specifications surface - More CUDA cores!

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Alleged RTX 3070 Ti and RTX 3070 specifications surface - More CUDA cores!

Alleged RTX 3070 Ti and RTX 3070 specifications surface - More CUDA cores!

Later this year, the gaming landscape will be transformed by the release of next-generation hardware. On the PC-side, new Radeon and Geforce products are coming from AMD and Nvidia, and both Microsoft and Sony plan to release new consoles in the form of Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5.

These new consoles will make former PC exclusive features like Variable Rate Shading and Ray Tracing commonplace amongst multi-platform games, changing what should be expected from graphics cards in the PC space.  

Nvidia's answer to these new consoles is there RTX 30 series of graphics cards, a series which will utilise the company's refined Ampere graphic architecture and deliver a major performance leap over Turing. Today, alleged specifications for Nvidia's RTX 3070 Ti (or Super) and Nvidia's RTX 3070, both of which offer gamers more CUDA cores than their Turing-based counterparts. 

Nvidia's alleged RTX 3070 Ti design has been listed as having 3072 CUDA cores by the leaker kopite7kimi, who has also listed Nvidia's RTX 3070 as having 2904 CUDA cores. These core designs give Nvidia's rumoured Ti/Super design a 5.7% increase in total CUDA cores, though factors like memory speed could further differentiate these units. 

In terms of CUDA core count, Nvidia's RTX 3070 Ti is identical to Nvidia's RTX 2080 Super, while Nvidia's RTX 3070 is the same as Nvidia's standard RTX 2080. Changes in core/memory speeds as well as increases to GPU PPC (Performance Per Clock), should give Nvidia's next-generation Ampere designs further performance gains. 

Nvidia's RTX 3070 Ti/Super is also said to feature a 250W TGP, which is 30W higher than Nvidia's rumoured RTX 3070. This power difference should boost the RTX 3070 Ti's performance lead. The RTX 3070 Ti has more power and more CUDA cores than the RTX 3070. 

 
 RTX Titan (Ampere)RTX 3090
/3080 Ti
RTX 3080RTX 3070 Ti/SuperRTX
3070
Titan RTX (Turing)RTX 2080 TiRTX 2080 SuperRTX 2080RTX 2070 SuperRTX 2070
GPUGA102-400GA102-300GA102-200GA104-400GA104-300TU102-400TU102-300TU104-450TU104-400TU104-410TU106-400
CUDA Cores53765248435230722944465243523072294425603204
Memory24GB GDDR6X12GB GDDR6X10GB GDDR6X8GB GDDR6/X8GB GDDR6/X24GB GDDR611GB GDDR68GB GDDR68GB GDDR68GB GDDR68GB GDDR6
Memory Speed17Gbps21Gbps19Gbps??14Gbps16Gbps15.5 Gbps14 Gbps14Gbps14Gbps
Memory Bus384-bit384-bit320-bit256-bit256-bit384-bit352-bit256-bit256-bit256-bit256-bit
Memory Bandwidth816GB/s1008GB/s760 GB/s??672 GB/s616 GB/s496 GB/s448GB/s448GB/s448GB/s

 

Alleged RTX 3070 Ti and RTX 3070 specifications surface - More CUDA cores!  

Nvidia's Ampere architecture should deliver Nvidia major gains in graphics performance over Turing, especially if Nvidia has managed to increase the core clock speeds of their next-generation graphics cards. Architectural improvements should also see Nvidia's AI and ray-tracing performance increase, factors which will be highly beneficial for next-generation titles. 

Like all graphics card rumours, please take this information with a grain of sail. Remember that nothing is "confirmed" until Nvidia officially reveals it. 

You can join the discussion on Nvidia's rumoured RTX 3070 Ti and RTX 3070 specifications on the OC3D Forums

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07-07-2020, 09:13:26

The_Crapman
Haven't heard anything about GTX cards coming. I wonder if Nvidia will bother with cards without ray tracing yet if they can bump the product stack up a few places?Quote

07-07-2020, 09:17:31

WYP
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Originally Posted by The_Crapman View Post
Haven't heard anything about GTX cards coming. I wonder if Nvidia will bother with cards without ray tracing yet if they can bump the product stack up a few places?
TBH, Nvidia needs to double down on ray tracing and DLSS. If AMD can offer ray tracing, Nvidia will need to make sure their entire lineup can. If AMD can do ray tracing, Nvidia will need to focus on DLSS as their major differentiator.

Nvidia will almost certainly go for smaller transistors this time, so they will have the transistor budget to offer RTX on the lower-end models.Quote

07-07-2020, 10:20:59

Dicehunter
From my point of view if al these cards do come to market then it seems like Nvidia just want to flood the market with their own product to take the spotlight off AMD's release, could be my tinfoil hat though Quote

07-07-2020, 10:26:33

The_Crapman
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
From my point of view if al these cards do come to market then it seems like Nvidia just want to flood the market with their own product to take the spotlight off AMD's release, could be my tinfoil hat though
Don't think it's too far fetched. With a long product lineup they can hold back some to interrupt any publicity AMD start attracting for their first raytracing implementation, however good/successful that may be. They usually have staggered product releases anyway, release the most expensive first to tempt people into spending more money, but AMD do that too.Quote

07-07-2020, 11:09:33

tgrech
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
From my point of view if al these cards do come to market then it seems like Nvidia just want to flood the market with their own product to take the spotlight off AMD's release, could be my tinfoil hat though
Yeah I think you might be right here, it's a pretty common tactic from dominative companies in certain industries to use their additional security in terms of sales to be able to target more price points and offer users closer price points and make up-selling easier.Quote
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