|PCI Express 4.0
|NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series
|GeForce RTX 3060 Ti
|OC Mode - 1710 MHz
Gaming Mode - 1680 MHz
|Effective Memory Clock
|DirectX 12 Ultimate
|1 x HDMI 2.1
|3 x DisplayPort 1.4a
|7680 x 4320
|Virtual Reality Ready
|Recommended PSU Wattage
|1 x 8-pin
|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 1710 MHz (OC mode)/ 1680 MHz (Gaming mode).
A stainless steel bracket is harder and more resistant to corrosion.
A 2-slot Design maximizes compatibility and cooling efficiency for superior performance in small chassis.
Axial-tech fan design features a smaller fan hub that facilitates longer blades and a barrier ring that increases downward air pressure.
0dB Technology lets you enjoy light gaming in relative silence.
|Max GPU Length
|Card Dimensions (L x H)
|7.87" x 4.84"
This is a great card for 1080p gaming. It's smaller than I thought, but it fits well with my build. I have a 10th gen i5 processor, 16gb ddr4 3000mhz ram, 256gb ssd, 1tb hdd, 700w power supply, and the id-cooling pinkflow aio cooler. This gpu runs very smoothly on my build and I'm very happy with it. Highly recommend
You don't need a huge 3-fan triple slot card with this one. It has one fan, fits any case, and doesn't need a graphic card holder.
I upgraded from a GTX 1060 to this card. It runs at 60 FPS+ at 2560x1440 ultra settings. It's silent and stable, perfect for a mini ITX motherboard and slaying Hordies in BG's in Dragonflight.
A good choice for low-cost deep learning projects. It can also handle some 3D modeling and animation software.
The card runs at 75 degrees under load and 49 degrees at idle with good air flow. The rgb is not too flashy, but it's nice. It's a bit pricey for the asus brand, and you might find better tuf and strix cards for the same or slightly higher price. I only recommend this gpu if you really want a 3060 Ti and an asus card, and you can't get a tuf or strix card.