ASUS is launching the GeForce RTX 3060 Ti graphics card with GDDR6X memory modules, which is adding memory with increased bandwidth. We are talking about a memory speed of 19 Gbps.
Nvidia RTX 3060 Ti with GDDR6X
GeForce RTX 3060 Ti graphics cards feature GDDR6X memories, with a total number of 4864 CUDA cores and 19 Gbps of memory speed.
Manufacturing partners are starting to release their own RTX 3060 Ti custom graphics cards with GDDR6X memory modules, which run at a higher speed than GDDR6 modules.
Thanks to the new GDDR6X memory modules with a speed of 19 Gbps, the bandwidth increases from 448 GB/s to 608 GB/s compared to the traditional model with GDDR6. This increased bandwidth can result in 7/10% more throughput, that’s what is estimated based on synthetic tests.
The RTX 3060 Ti model features a GA104-202 GPU equipped with 4,864 CUDA cores, which is positioned squarely in the mid-range of the RTX 30 series.
The two models announced today are the following:
- OC mode: 1695 MHz (Boost Clock)
- Default mode: 1665 MHz (Boost Clock
- OC mode: 1785MHz (Boost Clock)
- Default mode: 1755 MHz (Boost Clock)
These two models feature a triple-slot design and a thickness of 2.7 slots, which is offering more robust cooling than the Founders Edition model.
Note that the RTX 3060 Ti with GDDR6X memory is a move from third-party manufacturers and is not an ‘official’ Nvidia model at this time. In fact, this model is the first to be launched on the market, so we could see other models from other manufacturers later. We will keep you informed.
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