Last year was a rough launch for NVIDIA regarding their GPU 3000 Series, with low stock everywhere due to bots and scammers across all the online stores buying them up.
However, this doesn't seem to be disrupting their plans, with rumours that they're about to announce even more variants of the GPU line soon.
While the GeForce 3070 is a card well-placed for a new PC gamer, a 'Super' variant has been known from NVIDIA to really set itself apart from its regular brethren.
With that, here's what NVIDIA may be preparing for the '3070 Super'.
Think of this as the card that borrows from the 3070 and the 3080; the best of both worlds.
This is what we suspect the specs will be:
- 8000 Cores
- 12GB GDDR6 Memory
- 320-Bit Memory Bus
- 760 GB Bandwidth
While the 3070 is currently priced at £630, it wouldn't be a stretch to have the 3070 Super at £700, to fit comfortably between the 3070 and 3080.
While there's no release date as yet for the 3070 Super, rumours are abound for the 3070 to appear in some capacity at NVIDIA's event next week at CES.