The new generation NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 have just been presented (not even 24 hours ago) and there is already talk of possible new models coming to expand the family. Specifically, Lenovo has anticipated an elusive RTX 3070 Ti: it appears as a component in its range of Legion desktop gaming computers, updated in configurations in the past few hours. There are even some precise model codes: the family is the Lenovo Legion T7 34IMZ5, while the variants are 90Q80046RS, -47RS and -48RS, intended for the Russian market.
The screenshots above were captured by Videocardz and confirm that the machines were listed; however, now there is no more mention of it. Difficult to say exactly what happened: the most plausible scenario is that the specifications of the various configurations were compiled before NVIDIA disclosed all the final specifications to the partners. The advance must not have been very large – perhaps just a few days, as many partners still list inaccurate CUDA core counts.
It was probably assumed that the 3070 Ti would be released simultaneously with all the other GPUs, then things turned out differently. It could also be a trivial error – it is interesting to note that, for example, the VRAM memories of all the latest generation GPUs are listed as GDDR6, instead they are GDDR6X.
It is true that Ti variants have already been rumored for some time – even for the 3080. However, there is some confusion between the hardware partners: some mention the Ti designation, others SUPER. The juice should still be a doubling of RAM compared to the "smooth" model, at least for the 3070. So from 8 GB it would go to 16, again on a 256-bit bus.
The 5G that does not give up anything? Motorola Edge, on offer today by Tecnosell at € 510 or by Media World at € 559.