Nvidia has finally revealed the previously leaked RTX 3060 Ti. A more robust version of the RTX 3060, but also more expensive for better satisfaction in gaming. For gamers across the globe that are worried if the GPU would fulfill its price limits or not, worry not. There are already some early benchmarks available, taken in multiple games. The $399 RTX 3060 Ti GPU’s power is there to replace and overcome its predecessor, the RTX 2060 Super.
The new RTX 3060 Ti GPU will launch tomorrow, December 2. This is the cheapest GPU from Nvidia’s rows that supports ray tracing. While the card itself can be weighed against the RTX 2080 SUPER, potential buyers shouldn’t expect breath-taking 4K visuals and performance. Nevertheless, it should sustain 1440p visuals at a good gameplay performance, as per Nvidia’s statements.
Furthermore, the new RTX 3060 Ti will include the new gaming technologies that arrived with the RTX 30 series, which means it will support Nvidia Reflex for a better input response time and support Nvidia Broadcast and the older Nvidia DLSS tech.
Hardware Unboxed has already made the benchmark, which is a known YouTube Channel for such publicity. They’ve tested the RTX 3060 Ti in 18 different video games, for at the end to conclude with the overall performance in comparison with other GPUs. You can take a look at the video below: