At present, Lenovo has listed the unpublished geforce RTX graphics card in the specification chart of its desktop savior console. The chart shows that the machine will be equipped with Intel's 10th generation core CPU and NVIDIA GTX 16, RTX 20 and 30 series graphics cards. This host will be equipped with geforce RTX 3070 graphics card, which is based on NVIDIA ampere architecture with ga104 GPU. There is no RTX 3060 Ti in the configuration.
Next is RTX 3060 12gb, but RTX 3060 6GB does not appear on the configuration list. This model seems to be called RTX 3050 ti. Both models are based on ga106 core. It is expected that one of them will be equipped with 3840 CUDA core, while the other is said to have 3584 core. The list shows that the RTX 3060 will be equipped with 12gb gddr6 memory, which is said to be for the upcoming radon RX 6700 series, which may also be equipped with such capacity.
There is also an RTX 3050 (based on ga107 GPU) on the list. The card may have 2304 CUDA cores and 4GB gddr6 memory, but the memory bus will be limited to 128 bits. Now, NVIDIA is expected to release the ga106 GPU in January (possibly in the geforce special broadcast event on January 12).