NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 Ti memory configuration confirmed as TDP wattage emerges
Videocardz has discovered two Gigabyte marketing renders for the upcoming GeForce RTX 3070 Ti, one of two RTX 30 series cards that NVIDIA is expected to showcase next week. The other is the RTX 3080 Ti, on which we have recently reported too.
The renders show the RTX 3070 Ti in Gigabyte's SUPRIM X and VENTUS 3X liveries, both triple-fan cards. According to Videocardz, Gigabyte has set the VENTUS 3X at 1,800 MHz, just 45 MHz higher than the equivalent RTX 3070 model. While the website has provided no clock speed information on the SUPRIM, it claims that the VENTUS 3X has a 290 W TDP.
Unfortunately, the reference model's TDP remains unclear. However, the RTX 3070 VENTUS 3X OC has the same 220 W power consumption rating as the Founders Edition. Hence, 290 W could well be the RTX 3070 TI's TDP stock TDP.
Additionally, the renders confirm that the GeForce RTX 3070 Ti has GDDR6X VRAM, rather than the GDDR6 that the standard RTX 3070 has. NVIDIA has left the capacity at 8 GB, though. The RTX 3070 Ti is expected to arrive with a GA104-400 GPU bearing 6,144 CUDA cores, a 4% increase over the RTX 3070's volume of CUDA cores.