NVIDIA has announced the brand-new GeForce RTX 3080 Ti and RTX 3070 Ti during Computex 2021 and as one of Team Green’s exclusive board partners, Palit has followed it up with an announcement of their own.
As the model name suggested, the RTX 3080 Ti sits comfortably between the RTX 3090 and RTX 3080 while the RTX 3070 Ti is the middle ground for the RTX 3070 and RTX 3080. Aside from the classic custom cooler design and fine-tuning to the core clocks of the GPU, Palit is quite tight-lipped this time around but promises to share more details in the upcoming weeks but we can start ahead and digest some of the easiest key numbers that generally signifies ‘The Higher, The Better’ trend.
For starters, the CUDA core count of the RTX 3080 Ti is at 10240 versus the 10496 of RTX 3090 and 8704 of RTX 3080 where the RTX 3080 Ti is approaching closer to the RTX 3090 so we should be seeing only slight differences in the 1440p and 4K gaming area where the VRAM capacity should have a less overall impact. Following up on the VRAM topic, Palit has hinted 12GB can be found in the RTX 3080 Ti while the RTX 3070 Ti has a total of 8GB, both in GDDR6X. Speaking of RTX, we are also expecting the RTX 3080 Ti’s 2nd generation RT Core and 3rd generation Tensor Core count touching the boundaries of the RTX 3090 thus providing all the NVIDIA RTX technology goodness like Broadcast, Studio, Voice with all settings cranked to the maximum. On the other hand, the RTX 3070 Ti fills the gap of being the “above-average” kid where it can do what the base RTX 3080 does but at a slightly lower performance level.
For the assortment of models and variants, Palit will be introducing the GeForce RTX 3080 Ti GameRock and RTX 3070 Ti GamingPro under the original branding whereas its other sub-brand Gainward will be having the GeForce RTX 3080 Ti Phoenix and RTX 3070 Ti Phoenix. The company will reveal more information to the public very soon so stay tuned to us for the latest news about them.