ASUS launches GeForce RTX 3060 Ti with GDDR6X memory

GeForce RTX 3060 Ti GDDR6X official with 4864 CUDA cores, 19Gbps ​​memory

ASUS is the first board partner to confirm the new GeForce RTX 30 model.

Just like rumors, NVIDIA board partners are now launching their RTX 3060 Ti graphics cards, the new model equipped with a faster memory type. ASUS is the first company to unveil their updated TUF Gaming series, now with new GDDR6X memory.

ASUS RTX 3060 Ti with GDDR6X memory, Source: ASUS

The company confirms the exact configuration of the new SKU, which is unsurprisingly identical to the original GDDR6 memory. The only change is the 19 Gbps GDDR6X memory, and therefore a higher memory bandwidth (608 GB/s vs. 448 GB/s).

The new model comes with GA104-202 GPU equipped with 4864 CUDA cores. We’ve already revealed that this card has a 7 to 10% performance improvement in synthetic tests; however, the game performance has yet to be determined.

ASUS RTX 3060 Ti with GDDR6X memory, Source: ASUS

ASUS is launching two models today, both with identical clocks to the G6 variants:


OC Mode: 1695 MHz (Boost Clock) Standard Mode: 1665 MHz (Boost Clock)


OC Mode: 1785 MHz (Boost Clock) Default Mode: 1755 MHz (Boost Clock)

Therefore, the RTX 3060 Ti G6X from ASUS is far from a reference model. Not only are the clocks higher (in OC mode), but it also has a three-fan, 2.7-slot design, which is much more advanced than NVIDIA’s Founders Edition. Whether NVIDIA has plans for their design is yet to be confirmed, though it did appear on the UK retail website a few weeks ago.

ASUS RTX 3060 Ti with GDDR6X memory, Source: ASUS

The RTX 3060 Ti G6X TUF series are the only custom models announced today. It seems that the original plan to launch this model at the end of October was indeed true. This is also the first RTX 30 GPU to be upgraded, but there don’t seem to be any updates for other SKUs yet.

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