The 3080 TUF, both models, are all MLCC ..... It's kind of irrelevant now anyway because the problem was never with the capacitors, it was with the drivers and how they manipulated the boost clocks, basically the clock boost had overshoot causing it to spike the clock speed when a load was suddenly taken awayWhy it's all MLCC and it's not the case for the 3080 or 3090 ?
Unless the 3070 is already relying on higher average boost clocks than a 3080 to achieve its performance to begin with. The 3070 is only about two-thirds of a 3080 as far as its graphics cores are concerned, but it's promising around three-quarters of the performance. I doubt the cards will leave much overclocking headroom on the table.I think these 3 fan versions of the 3070s are going to be really good overclockers compared to the 3080 and 3090 because they won't have to be power limited so much