PCI Express 4.0
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0|
|GPU Series||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series|
|GPU||GeForce RTX 3060 Ti|
|Boost Clock||OC Mode: 1785 MHz|
Gaming Mode: 1755 MHz
|CUDA Cores||4864 Cores|
|Effective Memory Clock||14 Gbps|
|DirectX||DirectX 12 Ultimate|
|HDMI||2 x HDMI 2.1|
|DisplayPort||3 x DisplayPort 1.4a|
|Max Resolution||7680 x 4320|
|Thermal Design Power||200W|
|Recommended PSU Wattage||750W|
|Features||NVIDIA Ampere Streaming Multiprocessors: The building blocks for the world's fastest, most efficient GPUs, the all-new Ampere SM brings 2X the FP32 throughput and improved power efficiency.|
2nd Generation RT Cores: Experience 2X the throughput of 1st gen RT Cores, plus concurrent RT and shading for a whole new level of ray tracing performance.
3rd Generation Tensor Cores: Get up to 2X the throughput with structural sparsity and advanced AI algorithms such as DLSS. These cores deliver a massive boost in game performance and all-new AI capabilities.
This GeForce RTX 3060 Ti graphics card with LHR (lite hash rate) delivers 25 MH/s ETH hash rate (est.).
OC Edition: Boost clock 1785 MHz (OC mode)/ 1755 MHz (Gaming mode).
Axial-tech fan design has been newly tuned with a reversed central fan direction for less turbulence.
Dual ball fan bearings can last up to twice as long as sleeve bearing designs.
Military-grade capacitors and other TUF components enhance durability and performance.
GPU Tweak II provides intuitive performance tweaking, thermal controls, and system monitoring.
|Max GPU Length||301 mm|
|Card Dimensions (L x H)||11.85" x 5.63"|
|Slot Width||2.7 slot|
1 x TUF Certificate of reliability
1 x Collection card
1 x Speedsetup manual
|Date First Available||July 09, 2021|
Pros: Super easy software included to utilize OC Capable of streaming 1080p while gaming at 1080p very well. Runs quiet for my purposes.
Cons: HUGE card. Be prepared. I have had a case that can hold basically any size card you can imagine, but when I got this thing and opened up the box, I was blown away by the size. I have a PS5 and this card is only a few inches shorter than the PS5. That was staggeringly surprising as everyone knows the size of the PS5. So, be prepared for this monster.
Overall Review: I am not a huge PC gamer. I was tired of the randomness that was Windows 10 and my existing cards in my system were outdated enough to not allow me to install Windows 11. So, I entered the card market begrudgingly. This card is such an incredible card for someone like me. I play StarCraft 2 mostly and use OBS Studio to stream to YouTube simultaneously. Streaming and gaming at 1080p is a breeze with this card. Maxed out StarCraft at Extreme settings and it can run stable at around 100fps most times. Even when playing big 3v3 matchups with about 100 units on the screen all attacking and moving and rendering the environment, it only drops to about 30fps. No lost frames. No jittering. No screen tearing. Nothing. That, to me, is perfection. RTS have to be some of the most demanding games out there for frames. And this card can not only power through that but also maintain a flawless looking stream at 1080p60? That's just incredible. P.S: I acquired this card through the Newegg Shuffle process. Can't lie, it only took me 10 days of Shuffling to get selected and essentially gifted this card. Yes, I had to pay maybe a premium price as idk what MSRP actually is for this card. That being said, I still believe using the Shuffle was a million times better than the pain and frustration of hoping to get a card in this time with luck and hoping bots don't steal all the cards for scalpers to increase the price by hundreds of dollars.
Pros: Very Good 1440p performance Very low and stable temps Overclocks are very stable (90 core and 1000 mem) power seems to be the limiting factor the card has never crashed but I stop seeing gains because of tdp limiter...
Cons: Could have been clocked higher out of the box... Massive size may be overkill for this card. (Had to remove my pci-e USB card...)
Overall Review: If you're looking for 1440p performance this has been a great option and a definite step up from my 1660Ti.
Overall Review: great find, but check to make sure it works with you case and power supply. ended up installing in an alternative machine after the first one didn't power correctly with my b550M mobo and 700W power supply.
Pros: - Finally in stock - Very easy to install and performs spectacularly
Cons: - Might still be on the more expensive side
Overall Review: Replacement for my older 1070 and I couldn't be happier. Arrived in perfect condition and sooner than expected.
Pros: I got my GPU in a combo that included a power supply which I was going to need anyway because I upgraded from a GTX 1650 to this nice RTX 3060 Ti. I don't mind that it is a LHR GPU because I use mine for gaming. I can get near 60 Fps in Cyberpunk at ultra settings 1080p.
Cons: It is a little bit bigger than I thought so if you have a smaller case you might not be able to fit it the way you thought. I had to remove my WiFi/Bluetooth card in order to fit it in but I didn't mind because my computer is plugged directly into my router.
Overall Review: I would recommend this GPU to anyone if the price is right around $725 and under. I have been watching the price since the end of Q1 and early Q2 and it is possible to get it from retailers.
Pros: Got it for online gaming never drops bellow 144 on 1440p and runs quietly
Cons: Only con is buying the card itself since stock is limited
Overall Review: Great overall
Pros: Cooling, overclock headroom, 1440p performance
Cons: Build quality, only 8g vram
Overall Review: I was on gtx 980 for 1440p gaming and this was over 2x upgrade for not to much money. Glad I didn't listens to my friends who said to get an 3080. This is overkill for most games I play. Only bad part of it is near teh pcie slot seems kinda flimsy and not teh best design my old gtx 980 feels sturdier but I'm sure it will last if you take care of it.
Pros: Gets me the frames i want , runs cool and you can't even hear it even with fans turned up! This card has run smooth from day 1 i have no issues to this point.
Cons: i can't name any yet. Saw this same card now , shoot up after coming down and is currently $667. Would i buy it now for that, NO. I was able to get mine for $479.00 plus tax. I really don't have any con's to say. Came from a 1060 6gb and waited forever for realistic pricing. Great card.
Overall Review: I would recommend this card for sure, BUT again, prices have jumped up yet again. It's someone else's call whether they want to spend the extra $$ or deal with their current card. I couldn't go much longer since my system was current and my card was older and it was the bottleneck, but again, the price has jumped up again. I would purchase this card again only if it was at or close to the price point i purchased it. I can afford the 3080 and the higher cards but to me, such a waste of money. I could build a system for the price of a 3080 or 3090 and it was be fast. I get my 144 - 165 frames depending on the two games i play. I'm happy with that.
Pros: I upgraded to this card from a GTX 750ti and wow the difference is amazing. The card can do any modern game on full graphics with full framerate at 1080p, with no stuttering or anything. It's pretty quiet too which is nice.
Cons: It's very large which is fine for my case but be wary if you have a small case.
Overall Review: Overall this card is awesome for gaming and I would definitely recommend.
Pros: Quiet and cold card, large, heavy
Cons: throttle whistles
Overall Review: Quiet and cold card, large, heavy, but the throttle whistles, shame on Asus.
Great card especially around regular price
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