A mid-range card with 8GB memory.
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 TiThe first mid-range Ampere card to launch this year is GeForce RTX 3060 Ti, likely to be the first SKU in these series. We now have two sources confirming that the next graphics card in the Ampere GeForce RTX 30 series is RTX 3060 Ti. There is currently no confirmation on RTX 3060 non-Ti launch date. The non-Ti model is expected to feature a third Ampere GPU – GA106 – presumably not yet ready for launch.The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 Ti will feature GA104-200 GPU with 4864 CUDA cores (1024 cores or 8 SMs fewer than RTX 3070). Similarly to RTX 3070, this model will feature 8GB of GDDR6 memory clocked at 14 Gbps. The bus width will remain at 256-bits and this should provide 448 GB/s of bandwidth.
Naturally, this model will require less power. We are told that custom boards are rated at 200W, which implies that the reference board is somewhere near 180W. If this number is correct then RTX 3060 Ti will consume slightly more power than RTX 2070 and RTX 2060 SUPER, both rated a 175W.The launch date has not yet been confirmed, but internal roadmaps point toward the end of October. We might hear more about this SKU at GeForce RTX 3070 launch. We are not sure entirely why NVIDIA decided to launch the Ti model first, but one would guess that AMD might have a strong mid-range offer where RTX 3060 would simply not offer a firm competition.
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series (Full Rumored Lineup)VideoCardzGPUBoard (FE/REF)CUDA CoresMemoryLaunch DateRTX 30908nm GA102-300PG136/132 SKU 30
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24GB G6XSeptember 24thRTX 3080 20GB8nm GA102-200PG133/132 SKU 20
20GB G6XAfter Big NaviRTX 3080 10GB8nm GA102-200PG133/132 SKU 10
10GB G6XSeptember 17thRTX 3070 Ti8nm GA104-400PG142/141 SKU 0
16GB G6After Big NaviRTX 30708nm GA104-300PG142/141 SKU 10
8GB G6October 15thRTX 3060 Ti8nm GA104-200PG190 SKU 10
8GB G6Late OctoberRTX 3060TBCnm GA106TBCTBCTBCNo dateNVIDIA has plans to launch GeForce RTX 3080 20GB and GeForce RTX 3070 Ti 16GB after AMD Radeon RX 6000 series announcement (which happens October 28th) There is no firm date yet, the cat is already out of the bag thanks to leaks from Gigabyte and Galax:Gigabyte (right) are planning RTX 3060 seriesNVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series SpecificationsVideoCardz.comRTX 3090RTX 3080RTX 3070RTX 3060 TiPicture[To be leaked]Reference BoardPG132 SKU 30PG132 SKU 10PG142 SKU 10PG190 SKU 10GPU8nm GA102-3008nm GA102-2008nm GA104-3008nm GA104-200Die Size
17.4 BCUDA Cores
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1500 MHzTBCBoost Clock
1725 MHzTBCShader Perf.
24 GB G6X
10 GB G6X
8 GB G6
8 GB G6Memory Clock19.5 Gbps
14 GbpsMemory Bus
256-bitMax Bandwidth936 GB/s
448 GB/sThermal Design
$499TBCRelease DateSeptember 24thSeptember 17thOctober 15thLate OctoberSource: VideoCardz