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No more secrets about the RTX 3060Ti’s specs

No more secrets about the RTX 3060Ti’s specs

The latest leaks published by Videocardz definitively confirm the specifications of the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 Ti. The card is therefore equipped with a version of the GA104-200 GPU consisting of 4864 CUDA Ampere cores (compared to 3027 CUDA Turing cores in the GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER). This would result in a power delivery of 16.2 TFLOPs with a base / turbo frequency of 1410/1665 MHz. For the record, the 2080 Super delivered around 11.15 TFLOPs). The 3060Ti has 8 GB of GDDR6 memory at 14 GHz, which, with a 256-bit memory interface, gives us a bandwidth of 448 GB/s ( vs 497 GB/s) with a power consumption that will finally be 200W (vs 250W still for the 2080S ). All information is confirmed by the detail displayed on the box of a Manli RTX 3060Ti with factory frequencies. The card in question occupies 2 PCI slots and is powered by 2x PCI-Express 8 + 8 pin connectors. As far as I/O is concerned, it has 3x DisplayPort + 1x HDMI. RTX 3060 Ti

The commercial launch of this card is scheduled for 2 December, and there could be some surprises on the price. A launch at 399€ has been evoked and Videocardz is looking at 419 euros. However, the information that we are receiving at this moment from Nvidia’s partners leads us to believe that, apart from a “massive” price support, the so-called “Customs” versions should be slightly more than 450 or even 500€…

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