The Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 Ti graphics card with a GA102-150 GPU is coming to market through Nvidia partners. In this case, we have to talk about Zotac and its Apocalypse model.
RTX 3070 Ti: AIB partners launch their own models with a GA102-150 GPU
Zotac is launching one of the many RTX 3070 Ti models that are arriving that are looking to place themselves between the performance of the RTX 3080 and the RTX 3070.
This particular model is using a GA102-150 ‘Ampere’ GPU which comes with some reduced specs.
The announced model is the Zotac GeForce RTX 3070 Ti-8G6X Apocalypse GOC which comes with some 6,144 CUDA cores. The GPU runs at a base clock of 1575 MHz and a boost clock of 1800 MHz. The TDP is 320W. On the other hand, the GA104 variant has a TDP of 300W, which means that the card has a TDP of 10W higher than the GA104 variant and a TDP of 20W higher than the reference model.
As for the memory bandwidth of this model, its speed is 19 Gbps with a 256-bit bus. This provides a total bandwidth of 608 GB/s with support for PCIe 4.0.
Display outputs consist of three DisplayPort 1.4a slots and another HDMI 2.1 port. The GPU also supports HDCP with up to four displays and power that requires two 8-pin connectors.
On the back, we have a metal backplate that protects all the circuitry. While active cooling consists of three fans.
This model is being announced alongside the company’s RTX 3060 8GB and RTX 3060 Ti graphics cards with GDDR6X modules, adding to the current mid-range series.
This model is currently available in the Chinese market, waiting for its global launch.
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