The validation page, although incomplete and with an incorrect TMU number, shows what to expect from Nvidia's upcoming mid-range RTX 3060 Ti graphics card. The RTX 3060 Ti is based on the GA104 GPU, the same one as the RTX 3070, but comes with 1024 fewer CUDA cores, ending up with 4864. It also uses the same amount of memory as the RTX 3070, 8GB of 14Gbps GDDR6 memory on a 256-bit memory interface, leaving it with 448GB/s of maximum memory bandwidth.
The same validation page also shows the GPU clocks, suggesting it should work at 1410MHz base and 1665MHz GPU Boost clocks.
RTX 3060 Ti info, validated today pic.twitter.com/fufu1p13sM— Matthew Smith (@T4CFantasy) October 26, 2020
Bear in mind that Nvidia did not officially confirm the RTX 3060 Ti, but according to rumors, Nvidia AIC partners are gearing up for the launch so it could come as early as mid-November. The price should be somewhere below $400 but that is something that Nvidia can adjust at the last minute.
Nvidia is set to launch its RTX 3070 in two days, on October 29th, and AMD is gearing up for its big Radeon even on October 28th, so it will be an interesting week on the GPU front.