- Nov 27, 2007
I really hope it ends up at ~3070 performance (and I guess it has to be at least that, considering 2080 Ti had the same performance in september 2018) but I'm still somewhat sceptical of it, mostly because of the drivers and game support.Estimates put it around 380-400 mm^2. Similar size to the RTX 3070 despite being on a smaller node (8nm SS vs 6nm TSMC). Rumours point to 3070-3070Ti perf for top model which isn’t too bad, if priced right it could be a great product for 1st gen.
512 EUs is approximately equivalent to AMDs 64CUs so it should end up in at least the RTX 3070 ballpark, even with conservative clocks.
All in all, I guess it all comes down to clocks. AMD can clock really high because of their Infinity Cache (at least that's what they themselves claim). If Intel somehow manages 2.1-2.2 Ghz they should be closer to 3070 Ti, if not probably more around 3070 or even 3060 Ti.