After the release of the RTX 3080/3090, there is no pressure to win the game performance crown, but also deeply in the shortage, “capacitive door” controversy. Not long ago, NVIDIA postponed the original launch of the RTX 3070 until October 29th, in part to stock more. According to reports from VCZ, NVIDIA will have at least three more RTX 30 series graphics cards by the end of the year: the RTX 3060 Ti in mid-November, the RTX 3080 20GB in December and the RTX 3070 16GB in December.
The RTX 3080 20GB doubles the GDDR6X memory capacity, but the bit width is still 320bit, while the 16GB of the RTX 3070 maintains the GDDR6 memory specification.
Another important change is that the RTX 3070 Ti was cut. The reason for the speculation is that it is built on the full GA104 core (6144 CUDA) and has severe capacity constraints.
According to NVIDIA’s official performance chart, the average performance of the RTX 3070 8GB is 8% better than that of the RTX 2080 Ti. Even though AMD has up to three RX 6000 series graphics SKUs based on the Navi 21 core (16GB video memory), the situation may not be optimistic in the face of such a scary RTX 30 Series lineup.