Fresh leak a graphics card manufacturer reinforces past speculation that Nvidia is about to release the RTX 3080 Ti and RTX 3070 Ti in the world, and tells us about the alleged memory configuration of both incoming Ampere Products.
According to MSI’s leaked presentation materials, as stressed VideoCardz, The RTX 3080 Ti runs on 12GB of video memory, while its smaller sibling, the RTX 3070 Ti, has 8GB of VRAM.
The card manufacturer’s marketing materials show that both Ti variants of MSI’s Suprim models use the same circuit board pattern and that the 3070 Ti uses the same GPU (GA104) as vanilla RTX 3070, especially the GA104-400 version (unlike the GA104-300 3070), as previously rumored. The 3070 Ti is expected to be loaded with 6,144 CUDA cores instead of the standard 3070 5888 cores.
Like any leak and previous spinning from a rumor factory, we must, of course, be careful how much stock we put into these details.
Note that the leak only mentions the amounts of VRAM on these MSI cards, not the type of video memory, so it is unclear whether the lower 3070 Ti will work with GDDR6X or only with GDDR6 or not. the rumor factory has previously claimed that it is, however, a former faster type of memory.
Suprim and decent
Previous speculation has shown that RTX 3070 Ti, with two versions With 8GB and 16GB of VRAM, but since Suprim is MSI’s flagship, it looks like if 16GB had been an option on the table, it would have been taken with these models.
Ultimately, we won’t know for sure until the rumored 3070 Ti and 3080 Ti actually appear. It is expected that these cards will be officially released in late May and go on sale in early June. The RTX 3080 Ti is due on June 2, and the RTX 3070 Ti is due to follow a week later (and immediately to sell out in both cases no doubt).