NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 3060 desktop graphics card has yet to make its official debut, yet the rumour mill still churns and leaks continue to spring forth from the GPU maker’s plumbing. This time around, details of an alleged RTX 3070 Ti are making their way online and into the heart of Lenovo pre-built systems.
The pre-built Lenovo desktop PC, the Legion T7 34IMZ5, was found briefly listed on the German online retail store, Alternate, by GameStar. According to the listing, the RTX 3070 Ti inside the machine seems to be sporting 16GB of GDDR6 memory, which is significantly more than what the current RTX 3070 has.
After GameStar reached out, Alternate swiftly took down the product listing, claiming that RTX 3070 Ti being listed was due to a bug in its system. That said, it is odd that the online store would choose to remove the entire page, rather than simply make a correction.
On another note, given NVIDIA’s current trend of releasing cards with more graphics memory than its higher-tier sibling – case in point, the RTX 3060 and RTX 3060 Ti – it wouldn’t surprise us if a similar tale were to happen for the RTX 3070.
Game Star had also reached out to NVIDIA regarding the possibility of an RTX 3070 Ti, to which the GPU brand unsurprisingly gave its boilerplate answer of not commenting on unfinished or unreleased products.