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The next one would be a RTX 3060Ti

The next one would be a RTX 3060Ti

With the announcement and the very progressive arrival of the new RTX 30xx boards, the problem of designing a mid-range PC today is raised.

The stocks of 2080,2070 and even 2060 are at their lowest, players are speculating and the prices are increasing. Some assemblers are simply wondering how to build a PC under 1500€ in the coming weeks!

In October, NVIDIA will introduce the GeForce RTX 3070, a third reference with the GA104 GPU (the RTX 3090 and RTX 3080 are both based on the GA102). What NVIDIA hasn’t revealed yet is that they are also planning a GeForce RTX 3060 Ti for the same month, according to Videocardz .

Thus, the arrival of an RTX 3060Ti (and not Super) seems to hold the line according to information coming from Nvidia’s partner brands. The GeForce RTX 3060 Ti would be equipped with a GA104-200 GPU, with 4864 CUDA cores (exactly 1024 cores less than the RTX 3070). Like the RTX 3070, it would be equipped with 8GB of non-X GDDR6 memory, clocked at 14.0 Gbps. The board’s TDP could be 180W which means that a single power connector could be enough to power it.

Finally, the choice to release this map at the end of October when the 3060s were due to arrive at the end of November, is not completely innocent since it is on October 28th that AMD should tell us more about its new RDNA2 maps.

Finally, we note that the arrival of a Ti version before the standard version is something new (to our knowledge) at Nvidia. Obviously, we assume that this information is quickly verified…

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