NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 Ti with 2560 CUDA Cores @ 1770MHz
NVIDIA would be preparing a new graphics card for the GeForce RTX 20XX series under the GeForce RTX 2070 Ti nomenclature.
Based on the Turing T104 GPU, which incorporates the RTX 2070, is expected to outperform the same around 10-15%, but not to exceed the RTX 2080, at least with stock frequencies.
The “filtered” specifications indicate that the RTX 2070 Ti would have 1560 CUDA Cores, very close to the 2944 CUDA Cores of the RTX 2080, operating at a base clock frequency of 1770MHz with a performance of 14Gbps, complemented with 8GB of VRAM GDDR6 memory.
It is not possible to confirm whether this alleged graphics card is related to the NVIDIA Super teaser, but it is very likely that if you add new variants to the RTX 20XX family. On the other hand, the GeForce RTX 2070 Ti makes a lot of sense, considering the gap in the market between the RTX 2070 and RTX 2080.
In addition, it is also rumored that NVIDIA is planning a price decrease of up to $100 on all of its Touring-based graphics cards.