It should be standard GDDR6 memory, correct? Thought the X version was for higher end cards.The RTX 3060 Ti's release date is rumored for October. It's expected to be a cut-down RTX 3070 with 4,864 CUDA cores compared to the RTX 3070's the 5,888. The RTX 3060 Ti's memory should stay identical at 8GB of GDDR6X on a 256-bit bus, meaning the only change between the two GPUs would be an 18% difference in CUDA core count. Nvidia should be careful with this one. If it prices the RTX 3060 Ti right, it could sway a lot of buyers over to the card over the RTX 3070.
Do you know what the cost per GB is for GDDR6X?GDDR6 is $12 per GB ... so the 16 GB version of RTX 3070 should be around $600 still $100 lower than RTX 3080 .
RTX 3080 with 20GB VRAM should be around $120-150 more , that is , it might land at ~$850
If they kept the same performance and clocks.