The RTX 3060 Ti is supposed to beat NVIDIA’s previous RTX 2080 SUPER graphics cards in performance, whilst costing half of that cards’ launch asking price at $399. This should make this one of the most interesting performance-per-dollar graphics cards in NVIDIA’s lineup. The RTX 3060 Ti is reportedly based on the same 8 nm “GA104” silicon as the RTX 3070, with further cuts. It features 38 out of the 48 available streaming multiprocessors on “GA104”. This amounts to 4,864 “Ampere” CUDA cores, 152 tensor cores, and 38 “Ampere” RT cores. The memory configuration is unchanged from the RTX 3070, which translates to 8 GB of 14 Gbps GDDR6 memory across a 256-bit wide memory interface, with 448 GB/s of memory bandwidth. This marks the first time in years NVIDIA has launched a Ti model before the regular-numbered SKU in a given series, showcasing just how intense AMD competition is expected to be.