The same Twitter leaker that posted a lot of accurate rumors about NVIDIA's Ampere GPUs earlier this year is now claiming that NVIDIA has a GA102-150 GPU with 7424 CUDA cores. The new variant has 1536 more CUDA cores than the GA104-based RTX 3070 but 1280 fewer than the RTX 3080.
The GA102-150 reportedly has a 320-bit memory bus and 10GB GDDR6X memory. Perhaps this model will be launched as the GeForce RTX 3070 Ti. The latter was originally envisioned as a model with a GA104 GPU with all 6144 CUDA cores enabled but it now seems NVIDIA plans to tap the GA102 instead.
As was mentioned yesterday, the RTX 3080 20GB and RTX 3070 16GB are no longer a thing. These higher-capacity cards were expected later this year but they recently got cancelled for unknown reasons.