boost on that is 130MHz higher than reference. Will be interesting to see if that proves true in real world since most cards boost higher than official boost clock anyway.EVGA prices looking better than I thought.
I think a lot of people who wanted a 3080 a month ago will be happy with a 3060ti. Basically anyone coming from anything 2060/1070/980 should see a nice bump in performance. Not to mention most of those cards are selling for a nice chunk of that 3060ti msrp.Hopefully those that are still looking for an entry level 3000 series card are able to pick one up. Good luck guys!~
the 3070 does have a notable performance lift over the 3060ti, about 10%. That being said, you can probably make up most of that 10% with a solid OC and undervolt, and pocket the 20% savings.This card makes the 3070 seem irrelevant imo as long as one can get it near msrp.
This sound true, has yield get higher with those lower end products it could augment overall product available and make it easier to get a 3070, with many in line for them going for the 3060 TI if they see one available and if it is easier to get a 3070, it make getting a 3080 easier and so on.People need to stop complaining about new products being launched. Not all GA104 dies being produced are perfect enough to be a 3070. The 3060 Ti is the "less than perfect" chips, which means that it won't take away from 3070 supplies. It will simply continue to fill out the current lineup, which is a good thing.
Taco don't care, we dont need over 400 dollar rtx30 bloody 60
what review is that from? I am trying to find more productively benchmark results.Some rendering in blender are with a radeon 7 is 250% slower, a 2080 TI 35% slower
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If Taco would be selling them at $200, would it not endanger to destroy some product line ? (I imagine that $1200 of 3060 TI would be really hard to beat)
It is so close to the $500 3700 that if everything was available that you would not be able to sell many of those.
dlss/RT, tensor cores, nvenc encoder updates, power draw are all advantages of the new card. All the buy it now 1080 ti cards on ebay are $400 plus as well. I think people who get in on the notify me queue for the evga cards has the best chance right now.Hey, a 60 series card that's finally a little bit more powerful than my 1080Ti.
Let's just see, look at the price, do some math, imagine it actually exists in stock and... its still more expensive than what a used 1080Ti costs, and more than the one I got used a while back.
Just get a 1080Ti from the for sale/trade forum unless you REALLY need ray tracing/DLSS.
Edit: looking at more data, in the more recent games that do have DLSS it is noticeably better than 1080Ti.