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Nvidia reportedly delays its RTX 3060 Ti launch until December 2nd

Nvidia's planned November 17th launch has reportedly been put on hold

RTX 3060 Ti Specifications Confirmed Via GPU-Z Validation

Nvidia reportedly delays its RTX 3060 Ti launch until December 2nd

Previously, Nvidia's RTX 3060 Ti had a rumoured launch date of November 17th, arriving one day before the launch of AMD's Radeon RX 6800 series of graphics cards. 

Now, according to Ex Preview, Nvidia has delayed this launch until December 2nd, 15 days later than initially planned. This graphics card will reportedly ship with a TGP (Total Graphics Power) of 180W, which is 40 watts lower than an RTX 3070, and deliver performance levels which are similar to an RTX 2080 Super. 

Pricing-wise, Nvidia's RTX 3060 Ti will reportedly sell for 2,999 yuan, which translates to approximately £350. At this time it unknown whether or not this price tag includes any form of VAT. Either way, an MSRP of under £400 in the UK is expected. 

Based on the RTX 3060 Ti's GPU-Z validation, the graphics card will feature the same memory configuration as the RTX 3070 and feature 1024 fewer CUDA cores. These specifications give the RTX 3060 Ti 8GB of 14Gbps GDDR6 memory and 4864 total CUDA cores. When combined with the RTX 3060 Ti's reduced core clock speeds, the RTX 3060 Ti should offer gamers around 25% less computational performance than an RTX 3070.

At this time, Nvidia has not officially revealed their RTX 3060 Ti graphics card. As such, these specifications should be considered unconfirmed. Given the fact that this graphics card uses the same GPU core as the RTX 3070, the RTX 3060 Ti is expected to launch before the end of 2020.  
 
 RTX 3090 RTX 3080RTX 3070Leaked
RTX 3060 Ti
Node8nm8nm8nm8nm
CUDA Cores10496870458884864 
Base Clock1.4 GHz1.44 GHz1.5 GHz1.41 GHz
Boost Clock1.7 GHz1.71 GHz1.73 GHz1.665 GHz 
Single-Precision
Performance
35.7 TFLOPS29.8 TFLOPS20.4 TFLOPS16.2 TFLOPS
Memory24GB GDDR6X10GB GDDR6X8GB GDDR68GB GDDR6 
Memory Speed19.5 Gbps19 Gbps14 Gbps14 Gbps
Memory Bus384-bit320-bit256-bit256-bit
TGP350W320W220W180W
Recommended PSU750W750W650W??
Pricing (US)$1,499$699$499??
Pricing (UK)£1,399£649£469??

 

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02-11-2020, 10:14:44

Dawelio
Jez, wonder why eh?...Quote

02-11-2020, 17:54:09

Dark NighT
Nvidia is the biggest tech flop of this year, 4 launches in a couple of months and no stock to speak of and instead of taking it head on they cower back in a corner and remove sales from their own website because they can't be bothered to fight the issue with bots, even though they could easily afford to do it.


This card, being samsung 8nm i can't even take seriously because of the increased power consumption on the entire node, it's just a giant flop already.Quote

02-11-2020, 18:23:27

NeverBackDown
I mean I wouldn't just say it's a flop, pretty much everyone is struggling to supply stock in a lot of tech areas.

PS5, Series X/S, Nvidia, AMD will likely have stock issues, Apples Iphone 12 having issues, and probably more.

Its such a random year that it has made future predictions of supply vs demand impossible to predict and anticipate that everyone is working at 100% production rates to catch up and its just impossible to keep up. Not to mention shipping products is also likely affected, which just means it takes longer to deliver the products that are made.Quote

03-11-2020, 05:19:33

Warchild
Quote:
Originally Posted by Dark NighT View Post
Nvidia is the biggest tech flop of this year, 4 launches in a couple of months and no stock to speak of and instead of taking it head on they cower back in a corner and remove sales from their own website because they can't be bothered to fight the issue with bots, even though they could easily afford to do it.


This card, being samsung 8nm i can't even take seriously because of the increased power consumption on the entire node, it's just a giant flop already.
I cannot see how a company that has created such a stupidly ridiculous high demand is considered a flop.

Supply is poor for sure, but when you look at the 20,000s preordered from one site alone, that to me is successful, once supply and demand are on par. The cards do perform well so im pretty sure as these cards go to their owners they will speak highly of them.

The company I see at as a flop now is Intel we know their failed attempts at lower nm nodes etc and they are still stuck at 14nm. Nvidia knew what they were doing, much like they knew what they were doing with the GTX970 controversey.

They could still tweak their products to battle AMD. Only those who own a card feel the disappointment which surprisingly.. is probably like 1% of all GPU owners globally right now.

I would say their practises are atrocious, but flop? far from it.Quote

03-11-2020, 09:45:57

AngryGoldfish
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
I cannot see how a company that has created such a stupidly ridiculous high demand is considered a flop.

Supply is poor for sure, but when you look at the 20,000s preordered from one site alone, that to me is successful, once supply and demand are on par. The cards do perform well so im pretty sure as these cards go to their owners they will speak highly of them.

The company I see at as a flop now is Intel we know their failed attempts at lower nm nodes etc and they are still stuck at 14nm. Nvidia knew what they were doing, much like they knew what they were doing with the GTX970 controversey.

They could still tweak their products to battle AMD. Only those who own a card feel the disappointment which surprisingly.. is probably like 1% of all GPU owners globally right now.

I would say their practises are atrocious, but flop? far from it.
I agree. I understand the frustration, even from those who weren't trying to buy a 3000 series card, but Nvidia are still in a formidable position. They technically have a node advantage over AMD, though it is certainly smaller than in past generations. And demand for the 3000 series is high despite the fact that it's generationally one of Nvidia's weakest jumps in history, at least in terms of performance per watt, and has been artificially inflated with very clever marketing strategies. Adored's analysis of the architectural leaps since Fermi makes sense to me and appears accurate. It places Ampere at the bottom of the stack. Even with that though it's still a decent series and has a lot to offer gamers who are on Pascal or prior. It also offers content creators a good rendering machine. Stock will slowly increase and should be stable by 2021. I see nothing irredeemably bad about that.Quote
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