We expect NVIDIA to announce a refresh of its Turing RTX graphics cards at E3 with faster GDDR6 memory and perhaps even an increased shader count (faster clocks?). However, most sources have only confirmed the souped-up memory while the core count and clocks are more or less based on speculations and rumors. Now, someone over at Reddit has spotted two announced RTX-20 series GPUs, namely the RTX 2060 Ti and the RTX 2070 Ti.
A few days back, rumors started floating that the RTX 2070 Ti had been confirmed with 2560 Cores and slightly higher clocks, but they weren’t substantial enough. This is the second mention of the RTX 2070 Ti, and also brings up the possibility of the Ti variant of the RTX 2060 that’ll sit somewhere south of the RTX 2070.
NVIDIA is planning to announce a bunch of new cards to tackle the AMD Navi threa. The Navi RX 5700 graphics card will trade blows with the RTX 2070, but it needs to be cheaper than the latter to be competitive or there’s hardly any reason for it to exist. Not long till E3 now. The event kicks off on Tuesday (11 June) and ends on Friday (14 June).
Take this last bit with a grain of salt. Dell’s memo mentions a GTX 1650 Ti with 4GB VRAM, but from what we know, there won’t be a 1650 Ti: