Nvidia hasn't officially announced an RTX 3060Ti graphics card yet but board partners already have plenty of them. This week, images of the Gigabyte Eagle RTX 3060Ti leaked onto the web, meanwhile one retailer appears to have already sold one of these unannounced graphics cards.
Rumoured to release on December 2nd, the Nvidia RTX 3060Ti SKU is expected to feature the GA104 GPU with 4864 CUDA cores, 38 RT cores, 152 Tensor cores, and 8GB of GDDR6 memory at 14Gbps across a 256-bit memory bus.
The images shared by VideoCardz shows us the Gigabyte RTX 3060Ti Eagle OC, featuring a dual-slot design and two fans. As per these images, the card features a rather small PCB based on the placing of the single 8-pin power connector. Given that a single 8-pin delivers up to 150W, and the PCIe interface up to 75W, TDP has to be equal or below 225W. Clock speeds have not been disclosed at this time.
Soon after the images were leaked, @harukaze5719 claimed that a retailer in Saudi Arabia was selling Gigabyte RTX 3060Ti cards already. The listings on the retailer showed what seemed to be the RTX 3080/3090 cards, but SV Comp posted another image and video of the cards that look to be the same as the images leaked by VideoCardz.
The two Gigabyte cards being sold were priced at 3699 Saudi Riyal (£760) and at 3799 Saudi Riyal (£780). The product listings on the retailer's website have since been taken down.
KitGuru says: Have you been waiting for the RTX 3060Ti? How do you think it will perform? Will you try to grab one as soon as they are on sale?