Nweida recently postponed the launch of the RTX 3070 from October 16 to October 29 to make it more stocked so that more people can buy graphics cards on the first day. The average performance of the RTX 3070 8GB is 8% better than that of the RTX 2080 Ti, according to Nweida officials.
According tomedia VideoCardZ, Nveda may launch the RTX 3080 20GB version and the RTX 3070 16GB version in December this year. The RTX 3080 20GB version doubles the GDDR6X’s memory capacity, but the bit width is still 320bits. The RTX 3070 16GB version maintains the GDDR6 memory specification.
The RTX 3070 Ti, originally scheduled to use the GA104-400 core with all 6,144 CUDA units, was canceled, possibly because of a problem with Samsung’s 8nm production line. As for the RTX 3060 at the core of the GA106, there is no news yet.
With AMD’s introduction of a 16GB video card, Adidas has to respond with its own large video memory card. But don’t expect the RTX 3070 16GB version to be cheaper, as it could be closer to the RTX 3080, while the RTX 3080 20GB version will cost about $799-899.
Gyega has confirmed the launch of the GeForce RTX 3080 20 GB, RTX 3070 16 GB and RTX 3060 8 GB version graphics cards. If players want to use higher-end graphics cards, wait until December.