3070 Ti 16GB, 3080 12GB and 2060 12GB on December 7th ?


This rumor, which we thought was just a rumor, is getting thicker and thicker: NVIDIA is about to unveil three “new” graphics cards, the RTX 3070 Ti 16GB, RTX 3080 12GB and RTX 2060 12GB next month.

3070 Ti 16 Go Several times we received information from some brands mentioning the arrival of the RTX 2060 12GB…But honestly, we didn’t want to believe it.

Have they gone crazy?

But as we all know, graphics card lovers, we live in great times. So, according to the latest information, NVIDIA will be unveiling the RTX 3080 12GB and RTX 3070 Ti 16GB cards on December 17 while the GeForce RTX 2060 12GB will be unveiled and launched on December 7. We don’t know how to explain these two dates, but in truth, we don’t know how to explain the relevance of these cards at all. But this announcement, in addition to confusing buyers, will undoubtedly annoy Nvidia’s partner brands, since these “new products” will only arrive on the market in mid-January. A doubt remains on a faster arrival of the RTX 2060 12GB. The information has been flying around for a few hours and what seemed the most crazy is now not the least credible from Nvidia. On the specification side, it now seems that the RTX 3070 Ti 16GB will have the same base as the current models while the RTX 3080 12GB could feature a brand new Ampere GPU with a wider 384-bit bus interface to support the 12GB memory as opposed to the existing 320-bit bus and its 10GB memory capacity. So this “strategy” would keep the RTX 3080 10GB on the market…How consistent! The leaker behind this latest leak also revealed that the GeForce RTX 3090 SUPER, now known as the RTX 3090 Ti, will also be launched in early 2022. Finally, let’s be crazy, this twist does not cancel the arrival of RTX Super there again early this year. As we don’t have the patience of our friend from Videocardz, we’ll repeat here his summary table of the indigestible RTX 30 range…

i9-13900KS incoming

3070 Ti 16 Go

So of course, we would like this whole story to be a fake rumor. However, we say to ourselves that with Nvidia for some time, we should always expect the worst. We also think that our discussions with certain brands who have been telling us about a lack of delivery of RTX 3070Ti for weeks now are taking on a different meaning…