Nvidia RTX 3070 Ti Founders Edition Review

Hardware and Performance Difference

Nvidia RTX 3070 Ti Founders Edition Review

Hardware and Performance Difference

Unlike the RTX 3080 Ti the RTX 3070 Ti is much closer to its sibling in terms of the hardware increase and relative performance. In fact the performance is so close that the move to GDDR6X seems to have don't nothing other than up the memory bandwidth which, due to the fact its still only 8GB, doesn't actually make a difference in the scenario where it might. Faster memory will only have a huge effect at the top resolution, but the paucity of said memory already limits the performance there. Hey ho.

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09-06-2021, 20:36:50

AngryGoldfish
I don't necessarily like drama and seeing a company get hammered, but that was a much deserved scathing review. Ampere started out pretty well, but it's ending with an even bigger whimper than Turing. I hope AMD and Intel can pull Nvidia back from the mire they seem to lavish drowning in.Quote

10-06-2021, 07:10:47

Warchild
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Originally Posted by AngryGoldfish View Post
I don't necessarily like drama and seeing a company get hammered, but that was a much deserved scathing review. Ampere started out pretty well, but it's ending with an even bigger whimper than Turing. I hope AMD and Intel can pull Nvidia back from the mire they seem to lavish drowning in.
I dont even think it started well. Over 500 people queuing outside a store from 6am when only 30 cards were in stock...

This was the same everywhere. Also stores publicly showing how many cards they ordered for stock vs how many were actually being delivered. I get that its due to silicon shortage, but still it was a terribly managed launch. i think the world was fooled into thinking that they could easily obtain the card they wanted.

Price was also astronomical.


That said

I'm glad TTL has given it a scathing review. Much like Hardware unboxed don't hold back. These should be honest, unfiltered and as it should be, to steer consumers away from bad products.

I'm tired of seeing reviews give a negative result on a product (as it deserves) but are so nervous, holding back what they want to say in fear of the product manufacterer that it doesnt tell consumers the true result. How many times have we seen a negative review but in the conclusion "well, its overpriced but a nice little performer..." << for the weak willpowered consumer, this is all they want to see to tip them over the balance into spending on a bad product. They want reassurance on the bad decision they are about to make. And carebear reviews trigger this.

How about being honest and literally state "do not buy such an overpriced that yields no benefits, stick to the model that was released 2 months ago." I think reviewers are still partly to blame for companies charging what they want because they fear future products to review being withheld.

This is why im thankful TTL tells it as it is.Quote

10-06-2021, 11:22:47

Dawelio
Don’t forget about JayzTwoCents also gave a salty review, basically didn’t want to make an review on it all due to being so tired of it all. Seeing as we all know how it would perform and Nvidia tactics these days.Quote

10-06-2021, 11:40:17

Warchild
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Originally Posted by Dawelio View Post
Don’t forget about JayzTwoCents also gave a salty review, basically didn’t want to make an review on it all due to being so tired of it all. Seeing as we all know how it would perform and Nvidia tactics these days.
I havent checked many 3070ti reviews. I was speaking in general terms over the past couple of years.

The moment reviewers call a product a bad priced decent performer, consumers use this to justify spending too much and re enforce companies like Nvidia that they can continue to charge such prices, and even push the limit and raise them.

As far as chips go for AIB, Nvidia do not give the AIB manufacturers much "wiggle" room on profits so alot of it carries over in a cost plus style pricing. And even then AIBs will push their luck. Just look at these MSI prices right now.Quote

10-06-2021, 21:27:33

AngryGoldfish
Quote:
Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
I dont even think it started well. Over 500 people queuing outside a store from 6am when only 30 cards were in stock...

This was the same everywhere. Also stores publicly showing how many cards they ordered for stock vs how many were actually being delivered. I get that its due to silicon shortage, but still it was a terribly managed launch. i think the world was fooled into thinking that they could easily obtain the card they wanted.

Price was also astronomical.


That said

I'm glad TTL has given it a scathing review. Much like Hardware unboxed don't hold back. These should be honest, unfiltered and as it should be, to steer consumers away from bad products.

I'm tired of seeing reviews give a negative result on a product (as it deserves) but are so nervous, holding back what they want to say in fear of the product manufacterer that it doesnt tell consumers the true result. How many times have we seen a negative review but in the conclusion "well, its overpriced but a nice little performer..." << for the weak willpowered consumer, this is all they want to see to tip them over the balance into spending on a bad product. They want reassurance on the bad decision they are about to make. And carebear reviews trigger this.

How about being honest and literally state "do not buy such an overpriced that yields no benefits, stick to the model that was released 2 months ago." I think reviewers are still partly to blame for companies charging what they want because they fear future products to review being withheld.

This is why im thankful TTL tells it as it is.
I was thinking more from the perspective of MSRP. The launch has been terrible, but at leas thte 3080 and 3060Ti were well positioned from an MSRP point of view. In ideal circumstances, they would be good cards compared to Turing's appalling cards.Quote
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