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Nvidia 16GB RTX 3070 Ti has been spotted inside Lenovo's Legion T7 system

An unannounced Nvidia Ampere graphics card?

Nvidia 16GB RTX 3070 Ti has been spotted inside Lenovo's Legion T7 system

Nvidia 16GB RTX 3070 Ti has been spotted inside Lenovo's Legion T7 system

Nvidia may have just revealed its RTX 3070, RTX 3080 and RTX 3090 graphics cards, but it looks like Nvidia has more Ampere graphics cards up their sleeve.   

Thanks to Videocardz, we now know that Lenovo has new Legion T7 systems with RTX 3070 Ti graphics and 16GB of VRAM. While the full specifications of this new graphics card are unknown, the RTX 3070 Ti's 16GB allotment of GDDR6 memory will make the graphics card both faster and more memory rich than Nvidia's RTX 2080 Ti, offering insane levels of value for money. 

It is worth noting that Lenovo's specifications listing may be a mistake, Lenovo's RTX 3070 Ti listing is not alone. Product listings with RTX 3070 and RTX 3080 are also present within Lenovo's new Legion T7 system lineup, though it is possible that Lenovo is using inaccurate or out of date data from Nvidia. It is also possible that Nvidia's RTX 3070 Ti is an OEM exclusive graphics card SKU. 

Lenovo's new Legion T7 systems also contain Intel processors, which use the company's Z490 motherboard platform and i9-10900K or i7-10700K processors. 

Nvidia's RTX 3070, RTX 3080 and RTX 3090 graphics cards are all due to release before the end of October, which means that consumers should expect to see these new models in pre-built systems before the end of 2020. Nvidia has also been clear that more RTX series/Ampere graphics cards are coming, which means that gamers should expect to hear about more new Nvidia products over the coming months. 
 

Nvidia 16GB RTX 3070 Ti has been spotted inside Lenovo's Legion T7 system


You can join the discussion on Nvidia's 16GB RTX 3070 Ti graphics card appearing on a Lenovo Spec Sheet on the OC3D Forums.   

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02-09-2020, 08:50:09

Warchild
Thats got to be a typo error on Lenovo part. No way would Nvidia be providing this card to anyone at this time. They want the base 3070 sold first after all.Quote

02-09-2020, 09:01:04

AngryGoldfish
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
Thats got to be a typo error on Lenovo part. No way would Nvidia be providing this card to anyone at this time. They want the base 3070 sold first after all.
But the card makes sense. We know an 8GB limit may be a tough for laptops because people often keep them for 5 years. And even in the desktop space people are moaning about the 8GB limit.Quote

02-09-2020, 09:10:23

Warchild
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Originally Posted by AngryGoldfish View Post
But the card makes sense. We know an 8GB limit may be a tough for laptops because people often keep them for 5 years. And even in the desktop space people are moaning about the 8GB limit.
Then this kind of leak is far worse for Nvidia than any leaks about the standard 3070,3080 and 3090 cards.

We have just been told that early adopters are about to get hard pressed and will instantly not have the latest and greatest.

I said it before. But I really like this industrial looking twin fan. Its a beautiful simple and elegant card. And decent priced too.Quote

02-09-2020, 09:20:53

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
Then this kind of leak is far worse for Nvidia than any leaks about the standard 3070,3080 and 3090 cards.

We have just been told that early adopters are about to get hard pressed and will instantly not have the latest and greatest.

I said it before. But I really like this industrial looking twin fan. Its a beautiful simple and elegant card. And decent priced too.
Just because Ampere cards appear too good to be true they are not. At all.

They are just a pre emptive strike against the inevitable, the new consoles. Jen knows no one is going to pay three times what a console costs for a GPU that does the same thing. The 3080 costs more than both forthcoming consoles, and will achieve the same. 4k 60. He even mentioned this in the longer video I watched where he wasn't just taking things out of the oven and GPUs hid behind spatulas.

Sorry, but VRAM is VRAM. I learned that lesson with 4gb HBM. It doesn't matter how fast it is etc etc.

The actual cards he was planning to release? are the ones with the higher VRAM on them. They will come in after, for more money, once the plebs have pounced.

https://i.imgur.com/TIcrORH.jpg?1

COD MW. Maxed out, 1440p, RT on etc. Shadows all maxed, and the new stuff they added. 9.5gb VRAM @ 1440p.

That is why you should not all get too excited at the 3070. Maybe at 1440p it will cut it for a while, but all of that "Much faster than the 2080Ti" is all nonsense when you run out of VRAM.

Nothing has changed but the model numbers. We are just back to Pascal is all.

1070 £400 odd, 3070 £400 odd. Only in all that time it has the same VRAM lmao.

3080 replaces the 1080Ti at the same price, 3090 is Titan money. Nothing has changed *at all* apart from the fact at least two new consoles (S was proven yesterday in code on the Xb1x) and that they will still be much cheaper than these GPUs.Quote

02-09-2020, 09:31:49

Warchild
just curious what you are bencmarking exactly. I just see the corner of a black screen?

and you seem to get 50fps more than any other review, including OC3D own benchmarks on the same settings.

https://www.overclock3d.net/reviews/..._pc_analysis/4Quote
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