GeForce RTX 3060 Ti in versions from EVGA, Zotac, Galax and Kuroutoshikou
|According to the VideoCardz resource, NVIDIA will lift the ban on publishing reviews of the new GeForce RTX 3060 Ti graphics accelerator on December 1. Sales of new items will begin a day later. It is very likely that non-reference versions of this model will also go on sale on the same day as the launch of the reference model. Meanwhile, the Network published images of GeForce RTX 3060 Ti performed by EVGA, Zotac, Galax and Kuroutoshikou. |
EVGA is preparing to release two GeForce RTX 3060 Ti series: FTW3 and XC3. The FTW3 series will be presented in two variants. One will offer reference frequency characteristics, and the FTW3 Ultra version will get factory overclocking.
These versions of the GeForce RTX 3060 Ti are one of the few on the market that will be equipped with two 8-pin additional power connectors at once. The reference sample has a declared power consumption level of 200 watts. The PCIe connector of the motherboard and one 8-pin connector for additional power on the video card itself are capable of transmitting 225 watts. The second connector on the graphics accelerator will increase the power reserve to 375 W, but this model of video card, of course, will not consume so much power.
An additional feature of the EVGA FTW3 series models is the non-reference Board — it will be longer than the standard one. The video card's additional power connectors are located at the very end of the printed circuit Board rather than in the center, which simplifies cable management.
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