In the wake of the arrival of the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 Ti, the GPU maker’s AiB partners have begun releasing their own custom variants of the mid-range Ampere GPU. In this instance, Gigabyte is announcing a total of four cards, spread across three lineups.
Gigabyte’s RTX 3060 Ti product lineup consists of the Eagle, Gaming OC, and AORUS Master series. In the case of the Eagle, the lineup has both a non-OC and OC variation of the RTX 3060 Ti. Unlike other Eagle cards, however, both cards sport a dual-fan design instead of the typical triple-fan design that Gigabyte uses, but they still are based on the brand’s Windforce cooling technology. In terms of performance, the non-OC Eagle has a core clock of 1665MHz, while the OC edition is clocked slightly higher at 1695MHz.
Price-wise, the RTX 3060 Ti Eagle and Eagle OC are priced at RM1969 and RM2179, respectively.
Moving on, the RTX 3060 Ti Gaming OC is a card that looks more like the other cards in Gigabyte’s arsenal; it has the same triple-fan Windforce cooling solution that employs an alternating spinning layout, composite copper heat pipes, as well as graphene nano lubricant that the brand says will extend the fans’ lifespan and keep it spinning quietly.
As for its base clock, the RTX 3060 Ti Gaming OC has been overclocked slightly and runs at 1740MHz. As for the price, the card retails for RM2289.
Last but not least is the AORUS Master RTX 3060 Ti. Draped in an all-black cooler shroud, RGB LED strips, and a massive heatsink, this card is the flagship of Gigabyte’s RTX 3060 Ti lineup and even looks the part with its unique overlaying triple-fan design and its alternating spin directions. To that end, the heatsink also sports a big copper plate and is flanked by seven composite pipe, allowing for faster heat dissipation.
In terms of clockspeed, the AORUS Master RTX 3060 Ti has been tweaked to run at 1800MHz, which is about 160MHz faster than the default boost clock, 1665MHz. Price-wise, the card retails for RM2569.
Regardless of lineup, all Gigabyte RTX 3060 Ti cards listed here are based on NVIDIA’s GA104 Ampere GPU architecture, features 8GB GDDR6 RAM with a memory frequency of 14Gbps, and 4864 CUDA cores. Additionally, all cards are already available in Malaysia, although we highly advise that you check with you local PC shop to see if they have stock and if the card is being sold separately or as part of a bundle.