Nvidia’s GTX 1070 Ti did not premiere for over a year following the GTX 1070. The RTX 2070, meanwhile, hasn’t been available on the market for a year. However, there are various other details which do not make this look like a product. In accordance with the data from the benchmarks, the video card has a main clock of 1, 590MHz.
That is a decent step over the base clock of the RTX 2070, which sits in 1, 410MHz. But, UserBenchmark information for the RTX 2070 shows core speeds in the ballpark of 2, 100MHz, so it is unclear if the clock speeds shown for the unidentified card are in reality base clocks. It is possible the card might have lower clocks however a greater core count to attain its greater performance, however, the memory situation also raises questions.
The benchmark shows 7.5GB of GDDR6 memory to the unidentified graphics card. Compare that to the 8GB located on either the RTX 2070 and RTX 2080, and it does not fit perfectly in the middle. Neither does the 3, 150MHz memory speed. The RTX 2070 is displayed with a memory speed of 3, 500MHz at UserBenchmark. For this card to be an RTX 2070 Ti while using lower core clocks VRAM and memory speeds, Nvidia will need some very smart marketing to sell it.
It can make even less sense when considering what it’d go up against. AMD’s Radeon VII competes directly with the RTX 2080 in terms of price and performance. In case the AMD card had inhabited the emptiness between the RTX 2070 and 2080, then a brand new 2070 Ti would create a great deal of sense.