NVIDIA’s rumoured RTX 3060 Ti outpaces the RTX 2080 SUPER, according to benchmark data obtained by VideoCardz.com.
A chart shows the 3060 Ti performing better than the 2080 SUPER in areas including rasterizing, ray tracing, and rendering, with notably large gains in the last category. The chart also includes the GTX 2060 SUPER, which the 3060 Ti naturally outperforms with ease.
The test was done with an Intel Core i9-10900K CPU at 1440p, with max settings on the involved games. The games used to measure the cards’ rasterizing performance include Gears of War 5, Doom Eternal, and Red Dead Redemption 2. For ray tracing, newer games like Watch Dogs: Legion and Control were used alongside Minecraft and Wolfenstein: Young Blood.
Despite the 3060 Ti’s better ray tracing performance, VideoCardz revealed that the card has fewer RT cores than the 2080 SUPER (38 instead of 48). The website also says that it’ll be released on December 2 at a price of less than US$399 (~RM1,630), compared to the 2080 SUPER’s US$699 (~RM2,855). There isn't an official announcement for the card yet, but if the December 2 release date is true, it likely won't be long before it happens.