Back at the start of October, a listing of supposed 3rd party GeForce RTX 3060 Ti cards popped up on the Eurasian Economic Commission’s database, all from Gigabyte. Now, it appears ASUS has followed suit by registering its own RTX 3060 Ti lineup on the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC).
The listing of good is long, but the gist of it is ASUS will be reportedly be launching the RTX 3060 Ti across four GPU sub-brands, which each series having a couple of variations. Strictly speakings, these sub-brands are the ROG Strix, TUF, Turbo, Dual, and Dual Mini.
As for the variants we speak of, it seems ASUS will have both a non-overclocked (OC) and OC version, represented by the “O” within the product specification. Besides the product listing, no further information has been listed on the page.
What we do know about the RTX 3060 Ti through earlier reports and GPU-Z validation that the card may launch with 8GB GDDR6 memory running at 14Gbps, a 256-bit memory bus, and 4864 CUDA cores. In addition, the card’s base and boost clock is expected to be set at 1410MHz and 1665MHz, respectively.
Lastly, there are rumours suggesting that NVIDIA is planning to launch the card on 17 November, but at this stage, we’re chalking this up to just being hearsay since NVIDIA hasn’t officially said anything, especially this close to the launch date. On that note, take this news with a pinch of salt.