Items tagged with geforce rtx 2070 ti

Remember when NVIDIA teased that "something super is coming" from its GeForce division? The initial speculation was a new graphics card, or perhaps multiple new GPUs. Then a few days later, however, NVIDIA announced a new platform and certification program for creators, called NVIDIA Studio, and it seemed as though that was the "super" surprise. Perhaps not, though. Rumors of NVIDIA launching additional GeForce RTX cards have not let up. As it relates to that, specs for an alleged GeForce RTX 2070 Ti variant are making the rounds. RTX2070Ti 2560SP 14Gbps ~1770MHz confirmed — kimi7kop (@kimi7kop) June 3, 2019 Forget the grain of salt, you might want a spoonful for this one. The rumor originates... Read more...
Could NVIDIA be cooking up something new in the Turing family of graphics cards? We've already seen plenty of activity on both ends of the spectrum with Turing-based graphics cards. At the high end, we have GeForce RTX 2070, RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti. Somewhere in the middle is the GeForce RTX 2060. At the low end, we have the GeForce GTX 1660 Ti, GTX 1660 and unreleased GTX 1650. Even though the GeForce RTX/GTX Turing family is jam-packed at the moment, a new UserBenchmark result seems to have uncovered a new, unannounced member of the family: the GeForce RTX 2070 Ti. The graphics card has a device ID of 10DE 1304 and an assumed base clock of 1.59GHz. What's... Read more...
Hardware manufacturers and resellers have been known to inadvertently tip upcoming and unannounced releases, and for a moment, it looked Gigabyte had done exactly that. To promote the launch of NVIDIA's RTX graphics cards, the company advertised that anyone who purchased an Aorus GeForce RTX 2070 Ti or GeForce RTX 2070 would receive a limited edition Aorus t-shirt for free. The only problem is the GeForce RTX 2070 Ti does not exist. No, seriously, it doesn't actually exist, not even in secret, Gigabyte said in a Reddit thread devoted to the topic. While it initially seemed that Gigabyte accidentally revealed an upcoming RTX model, the company is adamant that it was just a typo, not a slip-up.... Read more...