NVIDIA RTX 3070 Ti Release Date

The Latest Updates On The Imminent Release Of The NVIDIA RTX 3080 Ti Graphics Card

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The next big official reveal for 2021 from Nvidia is set to be the announcement of both the Nvidia RTX 3070 Ti and the RTX 3080 Ti graphics cards – the latest in the 30-series range.

The release announcement is set for the 31st May 2021, 10pm PDT / 6am BST, live-streamed as part of the Computex virtual event, where we will get the first proper look at both cards.

As the name would suggest the RTX 3070 Ti is designed to slot between the existing RTX 3070 and the RTX 3080 in both power and price – the more choice the better in our opinion!

 

When Will The 3070 Ti Be Available To Buy?

The date that we will actually be able to get hold of the RTX 3070 Ti GPU from retailers has yet to be confirmed, but the latest rumored date is 10th June, one week after the 3rd of June release of the 3080 Ti. We likely won’t know for sure until the reveal on the 31st May.

Regardless, keep checking up on WePC and our Where To Buy The RTX 3070 Ti page for links to all the biggest global retailers of the GPU, to ensure you have the best chance of getting hold of one before the scalpers and crypto miners snap them all up!

NVIDIA RTX 3070 Ti Specifications

We don’t have confirmed information of the specifications of the RTX 3070 Ti Founders’ Edition yet, and likely won’t until the big reveal, however, rumors abound.

One thing we are more sure about is that there will be two variants of the card, each with different amounts of VRAM and different RRP. The cheaper version of the card is expected to be released with 8GB of VRAM and the price one with 16GB. The memory bus is believed to be the same as the RTX 3070, that is: 256-bit.

The CUDA core count of the RTX 3070 Ti is, as you’d expect, to be above the 5888 CUDA cores of the 3070 but less than the 8704 cores of the RTX 3080 – current estimates put it at around 6144 CUDA cores. Although we don’t know the TGP of the card we can predict it to be around the 250-275 Watt mark.