Although NVIDIA has not yet made the RX 3060 Ti official, they would be very close to being launched. Yesterday images of a Gigabyte RTX 3060 Ti were seen and today Inno3D and ASUS have registered models of this graphic. The port of the Eurasian Commission (EEC) shows what would be the new ASU S graphics based on the RTX 3060 Ti and also the Inno3D registry.
The interesting thing is that Inno3D has registered the RTX 3060 and RTX 3060 Ti, but no variants, just the name. On the other hand, ASUS has registered a dozen variants of the RTX 3060 Ti graphics. This suggests that despite not having been announced by NVIDIA, the RTX 3060 Ti is about to arrive.
ASUS and Inno3D register the RTX 3060 Ti
As we said, Inno3D has registered the RTX 3060 and RTX 3060 Ti models, but not versions of these charts. ASUS for its part has only registered variants of the RTX 3060 Ti, specifically a dozen versions. ASUS models are from the RoG, TUF, Dual and Turbo ranges, with and without overclocking.
Rumor has it the RTX 3060 Ti will be based on GA104-200 silicon. This silicon offers a total of 4864 CUDA Cores, 152 Tensor Cores and 28 RT Cores. The frequencies of this graphics card are currently unknown. According to rumors, they will be accompanied by 8GB GDDR6 @ 14GHz with a 256-bit memory interface and a bandwidth of 448GB / s. Regarding the RTX 3060, it is only known that it was based on GA106 silicon and that it would have 3840 CUDA Cores.
ASUS-registered models indicate ‘8G’, which states that the RTX 3060 Ti will have a total of 8GB GDDR6. Therefore, the amount of VRAM of these graphics that will be destined for 1080p with a high FPS rate or 1440p @ 60FPS is confirmed (this is speculation according to the data we have). Its performance, therefore, would be equivalent to the RTX 2070 and RTX 2070 Super.