Nvidia RTX 3060 Ti GPUs Have Been Listed at Eurasian Economic Commission
It seems Nvidia is planning to announce RTX 3060 Ti later in October when AMD announces its brand new Big Navi graphics cards.
Some new leaks suggest that Nvidia has already started the production phase for RTX 3060 Ti and it might be ready to launch later this month.
Most of the time, Nvidia used to announce x60/xx60 models as the lowest tier graphics cards whenever it attempted to reveal a brand new series of GPU. However, the tradition almost broke by the company’s recent RTX 3000 series announcement, where the lowest-tier graphics card was Nvidia 3070. That being said, it seems Nvidia has just delayed the announcement of RTX 3060 according to its latest listing on Eurasian Economic Commission.
Four models of Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 Ti from Gigabyte have recently been listed on the webpage for Eurasian Economic Commission by the manufacturer in order to get the required certifications for the products. This is not the first time we hear about RTX 3060 as there were already some clues on the production of such GPUs from Galax and Gigabyte before.
If the leaks turn out to be true, Nvidia RTX 3060 would feature 38 second-gen RT cores along with 152 third-gen Tensor cores. The card is said to have 4864 CUDA cores working with 8GB of GDDR 6 memory clocked at 14 Gbps. Technically, the GPU would feature a total bandwidth of 448 GB/s based on its 256-bit bus width. Based on these numbers, RTX 3060 Ti would benefit from more CUDA cores compared to RTX 2080 Ti while using less power.
Later this month, AMD will officially announce and launch its next-generation of GPUs RX 6000 series. While there’s no official launch date for Nvidia’s RTX 3060 Ti, some assume that the company will consider a late October release for this graphics card to challenge the rival GPUs from AMD in the case of pricing.
RTX 3070, RTX 3080, and RTX 3090 are currently Nvidia’s most powerful portfolio of graphics cards that were announced earlier in September. RTX 3070 with its $299 pricing is a great choice for those who are looking for a high-tier but affordable PC system for running the upcoming next-gen titles smoothly on high presets.