The RTX3070TI will have a GA104-400 core and 8GB GDDR6X video memory. Interestingly, the RTX3070 will come with GDDR6 video memory。
The video memory particle of RTX3070TI is Meguiar's GDDR6X, numbered MT61K256M32E-19G, corresponding frequency is 19GHz, equal to RTX3080TI and RTX3080, only slightly lower than RTX3090.
The capacity is 8GB or 16GB, with the latter exceeding the RTX308010GB or RTX3080TI12GB -- just as the RTX306012GB video memory is larger than many of the more high-end models.
RTX3070TI is expected to be released at the end of May, but it won't directly replace the RTX3070, but coexist with it.