If you recently bought an RTX 2080 Super, then deep regret might be about to set in, as according to leaked benchmarks, the new entry-level card will beat out the previous generation by up to 80% in some benchmarks.
The new card allegedly beats out the 2080 Super in every benchmark, and in some cases, by a long long way. The leaked benchmarks come via Videocardz, who claim that the data comes directly from Nvidia.
The gains in traditional raster rendering appear to be around 10% better than the 2080 super, but when ray-tracing comes into the mix, performance is significantly improved, in some cases, upwards of 40% faster.
Compared to the previous entry-level gaming card, the 2060 Super, the new 3060 Ti absaloutely crushes it in terms of performance to price-point, with more than a 50% jump in performance in most games that use raster rendering, with up to 80% in ray-tracing performance.
The 3060 Ti isn't official just yet, though - but rumours suggest it'll be coming in early December, for around $399 - a huge leap in performance at that price point.