Question Will a "ti" version of a card always be more powerful than an "oc" version of it?

TommyTwoTone66

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Typically, yes, the Ti versions have more stream processors and tend to clock to the same speeds as the non Ti cards.

so far, Nvidia have largely stuck to this naming convention, with a “Ti” coming out a few months after the release of the ‘normal’ version, with 10%-30% more stream processors and the same clocking capability.

the 3060 is no different. The non-Ti has 3,585 stream processors and clocks at 1.7GHz, and the 3060 Ti has 4,864 stream processors and clocks at 1.7GHz. You can get “OC” versions of each card that are clocked slightly higher.

Will this always be the case? Probably not. I expect that eventually they will start using the Ti name for pointless incremental updates, but for now, yes.
 
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