Here are NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 and RTX 3050 Ti Rumoured Specifications - PC SEEKERS

Here are NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 and RTX 3050 Ti Rumoured Specifications

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NVIDIA announced their RTX 30 Series graphics cards on 1st of September with the official dates of availability of purchase of the RTX 3080 to be September 17th, the RTX 3090 to be September 24th and the RTX 3070 to be October 29th (Initial date was 15th October but later it was postponed to 29th October). It has been more than 2 months since the announcement of the GeForce Ampere cards and NVIDIA still have not announced any cards below the RTX 3070 tier but we do have some rumoured specs of the yet to be announced RTX 3060 and the RTX 3050 Ti.
 
 
Today's story comes from the well known leaker on Twitter @kopite7kimi who posted that both the RTX 3060 and the RTX 3050 Ti will be based on the GA106 die. For instance the RTX 3070 is based on the GA104 die and the RTX 3080 and RTX 3090 are both based on the GA102 die. Other rumours also suggest that there is an RTX 3060 Ti that is going to be released next month on December 2nd and will be based on the same GA104 GPU as the RTX 3070.
 
The leaker also stated that the RTX 3060 will have 3840 CUDA cores and the RTX 3050 Ti will have 3584 CUDA cores. 
 
The RTX 3050 Ti will be replacing the GTX 1650 Ti and from the naming scheme it can be understood that NVIDIA is planning to have Ray Tracing enabled GPUs with dedicated RT Cores across the RTX 30 Series GPU line up. Though it is to be noted that this too early to say anything given the leaker himself stated that things might change in the future.
 
 
For those of you wondering about the RTX 3060 Ti, rumours are stating that the launch of the 3060Ti is delayed to December 2nd. Rumours also suggest that the RTX 3060 Ti will have 4864 CUDA cores which is 1024 less than that of the RTX 3070 with 5888 CUDA cores.

 
So which GPU are you planning on buying? Do let us know down in the comments section below.

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