New reports arrive around the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 Ti, a GPU that would feature GA104-200 silicon made up of 4864 CUDA Cores (1024 cores less compared to the GeForce RTX 3070) at a Turbo frequency around 1700 MHz and would give a yield around 16 TFLOPs. This silicon would be accompanied by 8 GB of GDDR6 @ 14 GHz memory coupled with a 256-bit memory interface, and this should provide 448 GB / s.

Of course, this model will require less power, with a power rating of 200W for the custom graphics cards, which means the reference graphics card is close to 180W. In case the information is accurate, the RTX 3060 Ti it will consume a little more the RTX 2070 and the RTX 2060 SUPER (175W).

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series Specifications

GPU Plate (FE / REF) CUDA cores Memory Release date
RTX 3090 8nm GA102-300 PG136 / 132 SKU 30
10496
24GB G6X
24th September
RTX 3080 20GB 8nm GA102-200 PG133 / 132 SKU 20
8704
20GB G6X
After Big Navi
RTX 3080 10GB 8nm GA102-200 PG133 / 132 SKU 10
8704
10GB G6X
September, 17th
RTX 3070 Ti 8nm GA104-400 PG142 / 141 SKU 0
6144
16GB G6
After Big Navi
RTX 3070 8nm GA104-300 PG142 / 141 SKU 10
5888
8GB G6
October 15th
RTX 3060 Ti 8nm GA104-200 PG190 SKU 10
4864
8GB G6
End of october
RTX 3060 TBC nm GA106 TBC TBC TBC No date

 

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The launch date has yet to be confirmed, but internal roadmaps point towards the end of October, which is odd considering that the RTX 2060 which was launched in January 2019, three months after the RTX launched 2070. On the other hand, the RTX 3060 (which would feature the GA106 GPU) would be released next year.

Finally, it is indicated that the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 Ti would arrive at the end of October at a price of $ 399, which could translate into about 419 euros. At this price, we would have a GPU that could be, at most, up to 15 percent slower than the GeForce RTX 3070, which would be 24 percent more expensive based on these approximate prices.