AMD will be announcing their RDNA2-based RX6000 cards on October 28 and NVIDIA may be preparing the counter this launch with the mid-range segment of the RTX 30-series with the launch of an RTX 3060 Ti prior to the formal launch of an RTX 3060.
We previously heard reports that NVIDIA may be pushing back the RTX 3070 for a post-September launch along with the RTX 3060 but so far the RTX 3070 is the only confirmed card for October which will launch at the 15th of that month. The RTX 3090 and RTX 3080 will be making their store debut this September though which but so far NVIDIA has been quiet about any cards lower than an RTX 3070.
Early reports though believes that NVIDIA has informed their AIC partners that they plan to release the RTX 3060 Ti in October. The card is will be built using the Ampere GA104-200 and will have a total board power of 180W and is expected to have 8GB of GDDR6 memory. The card will be the successor of the RTX 2060 Super.