Nvidia has announced the third graphics card model in the RTX 30 range, based on the Ampere architecture: GeForce RTX 3060 Ti. The company promises that this model should offer performance above that of the RTX 2080 Super graphics cards of the previous generation, which were until recently the high-end model from the high-end Turing range. The price is also impressive for this level of performance, although most likely the boards will not be available at this price in the near future.
RTX 3060 promises you the performance of RTX 2080 Super at almost half the price
This model is not extremely different from the RTX 3070, launched more than a month ago. Visually, the Founder’s Edition versions produced by NVIDIA look identical on the outside, suggesting that the new GeForce RTX 3060 Ti will benefit from fairly good cooling, given the low power consumption.
Under the cooler, the GeForce RTX 3060 Ti benefits from a chip equipped with 4864 CUDA cores with a base frequency of 1.41 GHz and a boost frequency of 1.67 GHz. Of course, models that reach the market in the form of overclocked variants will reach higher frequencies than that. The RTX 3060 Ti also integrates 8 GB GDDR6, just like the 256-bit RTX 3070 and provides access to the full range of ray tracing or AI processing effects for DLSS, for example.
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