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RTX 3060Ti: end of October and 399€?

RTX 3060Ti: end of October and 399€?

After the 3080, 3090 and soon the 3070, leaks are starting to happen with the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 Ti . The card would be equipped with the GA104-200 GPU with 4864 CUDA cores (1024 cores less than the GeForce RTX 3070). The whole thing should run at a Turbo frequency of about 1700 MHz. Following these elements, we arrive at a theoretical power of 16TLOPs .

RTX 3060Ti

RTX 3060Ti with lower power consumption and therefore smaller?

The interesting point would concern the consumption of the board since it should be under 200W and thus allow to envisage “ITX” declinations. The card would come with 8GB of GDDR6 memory at 14 GHz and a 256-bit interface. This would give a bandwidth of 448 GB/s.

In terms of performance, the current leaks evoke a positioning at the level of an RTX 2080.

RTX 3060Ti
RTX 3060Ti: 399€ really?

The question of price on this reference is however important. We have to take with tweezers the positioning at 399€.

First of all because we have noticed on this generation that between the price of a Founder and the price of a Custom there could be a world of difference but especially the positioning at 399€ would mean a relatively large gap with the RTX 3070 (positioned at 519€ in Founder).

Finally, the launch scheduled for the end of October heralds a rush on a product that should be, in volume terms, the heart of the brands’ business. Hopefully the stocks will be there as resellers have nothing left to sell.

RTX 3060Ti & lineup

RTX R0xx Lineup Source = Wccftech

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