Not that we should be surprised that there will be more Ampere cards. NVIDIA started things in the consumer area with the Geforce RTX 3080 on September 1
ASUS has now removed the unannounced entries from the drop-down menu, but not before you could take a screenshot – as I often say, there are no mulligans on the internet. You can see above that a factory clocked ROG Strix GeForce RTX 3080 Ti with 20 GB of memory is highlighted (along with a stock clocked version just below it), and directly above it are a pair of ROG Strix GeForce RTX 3060 cards with 12 GB of memory (stock clocked and factory overclocked models as well).
For reference, the existing GeForce RTX 3080 boasts 8,704 CUDA cores, 272 TMUs, 96 ROPs and 10 GB of GDDR6X memory (19 Gbps) on a 320-bit bus, providing 760.3 GB / s of memory bandwidth. Stock GPU clocks are set to 1,440MHz (base) and 1,710MHz (boost).
The TI variant will double the amount of memory while presumably sticking with the GDDR6X. Other specifications remain to be seen, such as the number of CUDA cores, memory bus width and clock speed.
As for the standard GeForce RTX 3060 that is in print, it is interesting to offer 4 GB more memory than the Ti variant, where the latter has 4,864 CUDA cores, 152 TMU, 80 ROP and 8 GB GDDR6 on a 256-bit buss. Rumor has it that the standard version will contain 3,840 CUDA cores, so even if it has more memory, performance will still be lower than the Ti model, as expected.
It is not clear when these cards will see the light of day and at what price points. But with HP and now ASUS both tipping new models, we have to believe that they are bound for a release relatively soon.