I don't see the point of this graphics card release, like... at all -- but here we are.
Introducing the ELSA GeForce RTX 3060 Ti ERAZOR which is a basic-looking GeForce RTX 3060 Ti that is based on the Inno3D Twin X2 variant -- the same cooler, the same backplate, but the fan stickers are missing off the card. Oh wow.
Anyway, the company worked with Slightly Mad Studios -- the developer behind Project Cars 3. Sure, Project Cars 3 might be on the retail packaging, but unlike yesteryear when the packaging had a game displayed on it and it was included, the ELSA GeForce RTX 3060 Ti ERAZOR does not come with Project Cars 3 bundled.
SO what the hell is the point?
You do get some special in-game challenges and car stickers because people are going to buy a specific graphics card for that. You're looking at $866 or so with the ELSA GeForce RTX 3060 Ti ERAZOR available in Japan, now $866 is quite the leap up from the $399 MSRP on the RTX 3060 Ti, and you don't even score a copy of Project Cars 3.
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