RTX 3060

GeForce RTX 3060 Ti Announced – Faster than RTX 2080 SUPER

NVIDIA has recently unveiled the GeForce RTX 3060 Ti, the graphics card is faster than the RTX 2080 Super and will be sold at 399 USD.

The GeForce RTX 3060 Ti, is now officially available, the impressive card is faster than the $699 RTX 2080 SUPER, and can beat the old card by an average of 40%. The new RTX boasts the power of Ampere, NVIDIA’s 2nd generation RTX architecture.

Owners can expect an enhanced Ray Tracing Cores and Tensor Cores, new streaming multiprocessors, and high-speed G6 memory.

Check the announcement trailer here:

NVIDIA CUDA Cores 4864
Boost Clock 1.67 GHz
Memory Size 8 GB
Memory Type GDDR6

As stated above, the RTX 3060 Ti delivers the best possible experience in its class, the graphic card is designed to power creator and productivity workflows, rasterized games, or cutting edge ray-traced titles. For PC players, the 3060 lineup is a solid choice for next-gen gaming.

This is possible thanks to the advanced NVIDIA Ampere Architecture, featuring 2nd Generation Ray Tracing Cores, 3rd Generation Tensor Cores for AI, and critically acclaimed tech like NVIDIA DLSS, NVIDIA Reflex, and NVIDIA Broadcast. These technologies improve your gaming, accelerate your gameplay, make voice chat clearer and better, and enhance your video calls with friends, family, and colleagues.

No other platform offers these advantages – if you want the best possible experience, whether that’s in a game, productivity task, creative workflow, or simply when chatting and video calling, GeForce RTX is the only game in town.

NVIDIA claims that with their own tech, the 3060 Ti can beat the competition, here is a description of what costumers will get when they acquire a new RTX card:

  • NVIDIA Reflex: This delivers the lowest latency possible for competitive players, the technology is best used with  G-Sync monitors.
  • NVIDIA DLSS: Powered by AI, the rendering technology takes visual fidelity to a whole new level using dedicated Tensor Core AI processors. Potentially boosting frame rates and generate beautiful, sharp images for games.
  • NVIDIA Broadcast: Dedicated for streamers, the hardware encoder ‘NVENC’ is an independent section of the card used to encode video, lifting the strain from the CPU. NVENC frees up the system to run games and tackle other resource-intensive tasks.

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