Performance, cooling, loudness and overclocking


of Willi Tiefel
The Nvidia Geforce RTX 3060 Ti is currently the cheapest card in the Geforce RTX 3000 lineup. We already looked at the Zotac Twin Edge. In this video we test the Asus Strix version, which operates at the other end of the price range. We see whether it achieves significantly more power than the cheaper models thanks to the 3090 cooler and high power limit of 240 watts.

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The Geforce RTX 3070 was already able to convince with good performance at a relatively low price, even if the 8 GiB memory is relatively small compared to the competition. With the Geforce RTX 3060 Ti, Nvidia directly attacks its own Geforce RTX 2080 Super and ends up on the same level as it, but at a much lower price. In the video we show the performance in WQHD, overclocking and the cooling performance of the Zotac Twin Edge.

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