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Topic: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 Ti Founder's Edition Review
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Location: Melbourne, Victoria

Surprise! There is another, with NVIDIA stealth dropping a new GeForce RTX 30 Series family member on the scene. The brand-new GeForce RTX 3060 Ti in Founder's Edition form follows the look and feel of the RTX 3070 and with NVIDIA telling us that it outperforms the RTX 2080 SUPER -- that was yet another bold claim we had to check out.

Spoiler alert -- it does.
The immediate picture, or conclusion to draw here is that the GeForce RTX 3060 Ti presents uncompromised 1440p performance across even the most demanding titles -- looking at you Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and your seemingly hard to render Viking beards. Based on these numbers we do see that NVIDIA’s claims of outperforming the RTX 2080 SUPER are pretty much on the money, so to speak.

But, the more interesting comparison comes with putting the RTX 3060 Ti up against the RTX 3070 - and in our testing we found that at 1080p it performed roughly 7% slower on average and around 10% slower at 1440p on average.

Our Full NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 Ti Founder's Edition Review
Posts: 9670
Location: Melbourne, Victoria
Part of me is like 'I want one'. And then I remember "yeah but you already bought a 3070".

Interesting that a lot of reviews are saying "This thing won't be enough for next-gen 4k gaming". Which is precisely why I'm still using a 1080p monitor.
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Location: Melbourne, Victoria

It can do 4K but it isn't positioned as a 4K card. 1440p is still the sweet spot for all GPUs I think. Unless you go the insane 3090 route
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