Nvidia RTX 3060 Ti seems to be a soon-to-be-announced GPU as it has already been listed by an asian retailer for pre-order.
Tomorrow, AMD will officially reveal and launch its brand new RX 6000 GPUs and many assume that Nvidia will unveil RTX 3060 Ti as another member of the new Ampere RTX family to lower down the hype for AMDs new set of the graphics card. 3060 Ti has recently listed by a retailer in Asia for pre-order.
Previously, Nvidia’s RTX 3060 Ti has been listed on the webpage for Eurasian Economic Commission in order to receive a certain certification for its release by Gigabyte. Even before that, various insiders were talking about a low-tier Ti-branded graphics card from Nvidia that would be added to the current family of RTX 3000 cards.
The rumors around 3060 Ti even get stronger with some geeks spotting an advertisement for this unannounced graphics card on the webpage of a Chinese retailer, up for pre-order. The ad even shows off the image of RTX 3060 Ti and its low-tier brother, RTX 3060. Check it out down below:
#RTX3060Ti pre-orders up on Taobao ~$400. Notice bottom right corner (1st pic) they are expecting Nov 30th. Believe this is for an Inno3D model. Picture is just a placeholder (as with all this info) Source: https://t.co/MSX3PzpOqn#Nvidia #Ampere pic.twitter.com/87mWKuRJah
— Avery (@Avery78) October 26, 2020
Collecting such big clues on RTX 3060 over the last few months may eventually force Nvidia to unveil the new member of the RTX Ampere family sooner than expected. According to the Chinese retailer, the price tag for 3060 Ti at launch will be around $400.
Nvidia’s RTX 3080 and 3090 graphics cards have experienced incredible sales after launch which were way beyond the expectations of the manufacturer. Soon enough, the pre-orders will start for RTX 3070 and maybe a few weeks or months after that, we would be able to get RTX 3060 Ti as well.
For now, all eyes are on AMD to see what they would bring with their RX 6000 series and how it would be priced to be a challenging competitor for Nvidia’s RTX Ampere series. AMD recently revealed its new generation of Ryzen processors.