Contrary to previous rumors, NVIDIA’s Titanium branding is definitely making a return for the Ampere generation. The first GeForce RTX 30 Series model to sport the supercharged label will be the GeForce RTX 3060 Ti, whose existence has been re-confirmed today by a leaked GPU-Z validation screenshot.
According to the GPU-Z screenshot shared by Matthew Smith (T4CFantasy), NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 3060 Ti will feature 4,864 CUDA Cores and 8 GB of GDDR6 memory (14 Gbps) on a 256-bit interface. Its base clocks and boost clocks are listed as 1,410 MHz and 1,665 MHz, respectively.
While green team hasn’t confirmed the existence of the GeForce RTX 3060 Ti yet, listings for it have already been spotted (via Avery78) on Chinese shops such as Taobao. One model is going for 1,499 to 2,998 yuan, which translates to around $220 to $450. Rumors suggest that the GPU will definitely debut under $400 in the States, however.
It’s interesting how NVIDIA is releasing the GeForce RTX 3060 right out of the gate with Titanium branding. Conversely, the branding was exclusive to the flagship GeForce RTX 2080 Ti during the Turing generation – how is the Ti and SUPER branding going to differentiate themselves, if the latter comes back into play? Maybe those 7 nm rumors weren’t so crazy after all.
RTX 3060 Ti info, validated today pic.twitter.com/fufu1p13sM— Matthew Smith (@T4CFantasy) October 26, 2020
#RTX3060Ti pre-orders up on Taobao ~$400. Notice bottom right corner (1st pic) they are expecting Nov 30th. Believe this is for an Inno3D model. Picture is just a placeholder (as with all this info) Source: https://t.co/MSX3PzpOqn#Nvidia #Ampere pic.twitter.com/87mWKuRJah— Avery (@Avery78) October 26, 2020
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