NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 SUPER/Ti could feature 4864 CUDA cores

Published: Sep 8th 2020, 09:03 GMT   Comments

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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 Ti or SUPER

NVIDIA RTX 3060 graphics cards series are now expected around November (possibly even sooner). We have heard that NVIDIA is planning two variants, based on GA106 and GA104 GPUs. The latter would likely adopt Ti or SUPER branding.

Today Kopite7kimi, the leaker who correctly predicted RTX 30 specs weeks ahead of launch, has shared new data regarding GeForce RTX 3060 Ti/SUPER model. The graphics card would allegedly feature GA104-200 GPU with 4864 CUDA cores. That’s 1024 CUDA cores less than RTX 3070. The PG142 SKU20 would also be equipped with 8GB of GDDR6 non-X memory.

The GA104-200 GPU also appears on one of the roadmaps that we saw as RTX 3060 SUPER. The difference between the SUPER and Ti variant is so far only seen in a product SKU (10 vs 20). Both products may also be the same graphics card, as we were told multiple times that the name for higher-spec’ed 3060 has not yet been decided.

The SUPER variants were not expected to debut this year, but as an Ampere Refresh in 2021 (possibly with higher-clocked GDDR6X memory). The Ti variants, on the other hand, are rumored to launch after Big Navi. Three SKUs are mentioned here: 3080Ti, RTX 3080 20GB and RTX 3070 16GB. NVIDIA has not yet confirmed the specifications to board partners.

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series (Full Rumored Lineup)
VideoCardzGPUBoardCUDA CoresMemoryComments
RTX 30908nm GA102-300PG132 SKU 30
24GB G6X
September 24th
12/16GB G6X
RTX 3080 20G8nm GA102-TBCPG133/132 SKU 20
20GB G6X
On Roadmaps
RTX 3080 10G8nm GA102-200PG133/132 SKU 10
10GB G6X
September 14th
RTX 3070 Ti8nm GA104-TBCPG142/141 SKU 10TBC
16GB G6
Lenovo Listing
8GB G6
Lenovo Listing
RTX 30708nm GA104-300PG142/141 SKU 10
8GB G6
RTX 3060 Ti8nm GA104-200 TBCPG190 SKU 20
8GB G6
RTX 3060 SUPER8nm GA104-200 TBCPG190 SKU 10TBCTBCOn Roadmaps
RTX 3060TBCnm GA106TBCTBCTBCOctober/November

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