Tuesday, October 19th 2021

ZOTAC Introduces the GeForce RTX 3060 Ti AMP White Edition LHR

ZOTAC today added to its NVIDIA RTX 3000-series portfolio with a white version of the RTX 3060 Ti. The ZOTAC RTX 3060 Ti AMP White Edition LHR (Lite Hash Rate) essentially reuses the cooling solution found on its darker cousin, the 3060 Ti Twin Edge, which we have reviewed here. The IceStorm 2.0 cooling solution maintains the 11-blade, dual-fan, dual-slot design, but paints the shroud in white for users that want that particular color coordination for their system.

ZOTAC have decided to slightly bump operating frequencies of the GA-104 chip powering the RTX 3060 Ti AMP White (1,775 MHz compared to the Twin Edge's 1,750 MHz). The remainder of the specs are as expected: 4,840 Ampere CUDA cores, 8 GB of 14 Gbps GDDR6 memory over a 256-bit bus, and a pair of 2x 8-pin connectors to power all the electronics up. External card dimensions stand at 231.9 mm length, 141.3 mm width, and 41.5 mm thickness. I/O is assured by the usual 3x DisplayPort 1.4a and 1x HDMI 2.1 connectors. The card is now springing up in retail stores - and considering current pricing for the Twin Edge version, listed at $659, you should expect pricing to be in the same ballpark.
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12 Comments on ZOTAC Introduces the GeForce RTX 3060 Ti AMP White Edition LHR

#1
napata
I'm pretty sure I saw this card for sale weeks ago. It also uses the cooling design of the twin edge 3070 and not the one from the 3060Ti. The most obvious difference between them is that the fans aren't the same size.
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Chomiq
napataI'm pretty sure I saw this card for sale weeks ago. It also uses the cooling design of the twin edge 3070 and not the one from the 3060Ti. The most obvious difference between them is that the fans aren't the same size.

Deja vu?
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#3
R0H1T
WTH are they using ##Gaming with anything coin related :wtf:
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#4
Xex360
Why the pcb is not white?
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#5
wolf
Performance Enthusiast
ChomiqDeja vu?
Makes me want to barf seeing them actually 'advertise' this way.
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#6
neatfeatguy
I thought Zotac had one or two other models this gen that were white like this one.....then again, maybe I'm just remembering that pic shown above from @Chomiq with the cards mining.
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#7
Testsubject01
wolfMakes me want to barf seeing them actually 'advertise' this way.
"Gamers" stopped buying GPUs as the pricing increased and passed certain marks, so they stopped being a primary target group. Marketing got adjusted accordingly.
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#8
Chomiq
Testsubject01"Gamers" stopped buying GPUs as the pricing increased and passed certain marks, so they stopped being a primary target group. Marketing got adjusted accordingly.
My gamer buddy just bough a GPU... 2060... in multiple installments. It was the cheapest thing he could actually afford.
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#9
cst1992
ChomiqIt was the cheapest thing he could actually afford
This makes me sad and angry at the same time. (Sangry?)
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neatfeatguy
cst1992This makes me sad and angry at the same time. (Sangry?)
Yes, it is possible.


It is sad that new GPUs are so dang expensive. If you can, keep trying the newegg shuffle, only put your email in on GPU only offers. All the other ones are bogus, making you spend hundreds of dollars on, what is most likely for most people, unnecessary or unwanted stuff paired with the GPU.
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#11
Enkur
Umm I bought this directly from Zotac back on Sept 14. So I dont understand how this is a new release.
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#12
lexluthermiester
Xex360Why the pcb is not white?
It doesn't need to be, it's not readily visible.
EnkurUmm I bought this directly from Zotac back on Sept 14. So I dont understand how this is a new release.
It's a press release. And about a month old is still "New", even in the PC parts world.
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