Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 Ti price, release date and specs – everything we know

The Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 Ti has finally been officially announced after months of rumors and speculation. We're not surprised given ...

The Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 Ti has finally been officially announced after months of rumors and speculation. We're not surprised given that the upcoming GPU was spotted in Razer PCs and photos of two MSI 3070 Ti models made an early appearance online, but can it live up to our expectations?

The beefed-up Ti version of the beloved GeForce RTX 3070 has a lot to live up to, having been announced alongside the 3080 Ti at Computex 2021. You can pick one up for yourself on June 10 2021 starting from $599 (around £420, AU$770).

The question is, can the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 Ti keep up with the original RTX 3070, one of the best graphics cards of all time? This new Ti-flavored version of the GPU will have 8GB of G6X memory with 6,144 CUDA cores, a step up from the 5,888 cores on the original GeForce RTX 3070.

  • What is it? Nvidia's next high-end graphics card
  • When is it out?  June 10 2021
  • What will it cost? $599 (around £420, AU$770)

Nvidia RTX 3070

(Image credit: Nvidia)

Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 Ti release date

The RTX 3070 Ti was publicly unveiled at Nvidia's Computex keynote on June 1, alongside the equally-anticipated RTX 3080 Ti, with the cards available to purchase on June 3 for the RTX 3080 Ti and June 10 for the RTX 3070 Ti respectively.

That's not long to wait if you've been itching to get your hands on a TI-flavored variant of the original RTX 3070, though it's likely that the RTX 3070 Ti will be pretty difficult to get on launch day with demand for the Nvidia Ampere line being as insanely high as it is.

We're keeping our fingers crossed that Team Green will include its anti-cryptomining 'lite hash' technology into the new Ti GPUs to deter any miners looking to buy up the available stock in bulk, but we have no way of knowing right now if inventory will be sufficient enough without bots and cryptomining enthusiasts adding to shortages.

Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 Ti price

Nvidia RTX 3070, RTX 3080, And RTX 3090 Lined Up In A Promotional Image From Nvidia

(Image credit: Nvidia)

The GeForce RTX 3070 Ti will be available at an MSRP of $599 (around £420, AU$770), only slightly more expensive than the original RTX 3070 at $499 (£469, AU$809), but thanks to the shortage of available stock it's unlikely you'll pick one up for that price unless you can snag it directly from Nvidia as a Founders Edition card.

There's no telling what third-party versions of the new GPU could cost when it hits the shelves on June 10, but it's likely we will see the 3070 Ti become just as inflated as other models in the Ampere lineup so if you get a chance to get one at the Nvidia MSRP, grab it while you can.

Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 Ti specs and performance

Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070

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The reveal event didn't disclose much about the performance capabilities of the RTX 3070 Ti, so much of this is still speculation right now. We know for sure it will only come with 8GB GDDR6X VRAM, but this is still a step up from the GDDR6 in the RTX 3070, with team green stating it'll be 1.5X faster than the RTX 2070 Super for comparison. The GPU is rumored to be a GA104-400-A1, with 6,144 CUDA cores over 48 SM units. It's also only expected to use a 256-bit memory bus, but this might be rated for 19Gbps with a TGP in the 250W to 275W range.

This isn't going to be topping the charts of any benchmarks, and certainly not against the likes of the RTX 3090 or any potential RTX 3080 Ti, but this has a good chance of being the 'best' choice for most gamers, providing the performance makes additional power draw worth it. With the original RTX 3070 being a champion for affordable 1440p and 4K gaming, the additional cores will add some juice to what was already a great GPU.

On the flip side, the minimal adjustments made to differentiate the original RTX 3070 from the upcoming RTX 3070 Ti is incredibly risky. While the RTX 3080 Ti is anticipated to effectively be a reskinned (and hopefully more affordable) GeForce RTX 3090 with half the VRAM, The 3070 Ti doesn't really have anything to shout about.

A big advantage to the RTX 3070 was its 220W TGP (or Total Graphics Power) which meant that cooling requirements were a lot less intensive than those needed for the beefier 320W RTX 3080, something the Ti version loses if the new TGP estimates are to be believed. Until we get some official benchmarks, it's unclear if the Ti version will be worth buying over its predecessor.

Given this GPU is only $100 more expensive than the original RTX 3070, even a minimal step up in memory performance could make it a worthy investment, but it will also be at the mercy of the potentially inflated prices set by partner manufacturers. Eyebrows have also obviously been raised by gamers and PC enthusiasts over the release of additional GPUs to the market given the availability of existing products, which begs the question of who this product is actually for.

With Nvidia already covering almost every possible angle on the graphics card market right now, at least in theory if you disregard the ongoing stock issues, it's a little difficult to see what 'void' the 3070 Ti intends to fill. We're keeping our fingers crossed that the benchmarks and performance for this one blow us away and we're made to eat our words.

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