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Posted by JoeSnow
 - September 12, 2020, 06:08:22
Just for perspective, this card has more CUDA cores than a Titan Xp. Thank you Nvidia.
Posted by Rick
 - September 11, 2020, 17:08:34
NVidia has 3 cards to replace with the 3060 series: the RTX2060, the GTX1660TI and the GTX1660 (don't look at the Super, they will come later after about a year).

My best guess is that the RTX3060TI will have the same price of the RTX2060 at launch (349$) and the RTX3060 the same price of the GTX1660TI at launch (279$).

RTX 3060 will be based on the full GA106 CPU). Then, a cut-down GA106 card (RTX 3050) will come at about $200.
Posted by Spunjji
 - September 11, 2020, 16:09:44
That's an interesting figure for the power consumption... If it provides comparable performance to the 2080, then that's only a 20% decrease in power - and that's from a new architecture *and* a die shrink.

It doesn't bode particularly well for the mobile chips.
Posted by Redaktion
 - September 11, 2020, 14:38:52
Credible leaks unveil complete specs for NVIDIA's upcoming GeForce RTX 3060 Ti Ampere graphics card. The cut-down GA104 part is set to deliver performance comparable to the GeForce RTX 2080 at a far lower price point, making premium ray-traced experiences viable at 1080p.