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The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 Ti is seemingly "confirmed"

The RTX 2070 Ti may have been spotted on UserBenchmark in April.
The RTX 2070 Ti may have been spotted on UserBenchmark in April.
Rumours about the possibility of NVIDIA releasing an RTX 2070 Ti have appeared again online. This time, alleged CUDA core specifications, VRAM speed and more have been "confirmed".

It appears that NVIDIA may have been planning an RTX 2070 Ti after all, at least according to a new rumour posted on Twitter. One tipster has alleged that the mysterious GPU will feature 2,560 CUDA cores, approximately a 1,770 MHz boost clock speed and VRAM operating at 14 Gbps.

The latest rumour correlates with a previous post on UserBenchmark of a mysterious "Nvidia Graphics Device", which appeared in April. We previously reported that the GPU achieved about an 8% higher 3D speed benchmarks than the GeForce RTX 2070, which features 2,304 CUDA cores, a 1,620 MHz boost clock and 8 GB of VRAM operating at 14 Gbps. The GeForce RTX 2080, by contrast, has 2,944 CUDA cores and a 1,710 MHz boost clock, so the alleged specifications of the RTX 2070 Ti would fit nicely between these.

One major unanswered question is the amount of VRAM that NVIDIA plans to include. Some websites like Wccftech have suggested that this would be 8 GB of GDDR6 VRAM, but the GPU on UserBenchmark only had 7.5 GB. A clever rouse by NVIDIA, or will it cap the RTX 2070 Ti at 7.5 GB? As always, the RTX 2070 Ti could turn out to be vaporware, but we should find out by the end of this month if the UserBenchmark release date of Q2 2019 is anything to go by.

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Alex Alderson, 2019-06- 4 (Update: 2019-06- 4)
Alex Alderson
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I got my first smartphone aged 11, my first PC aged 12 and I have been tinkering with electronics ever since. I like to keep abreast of the latest news and technology, which inevitably leads me to switch my laptop and phone every few months. When I'm not writing for Notebookcheck, you will find me seeking out new coffee shops, bars and trying to find some hidden gems in record stores.