Asus showed what RTX 3060 models they use in their lineup

TPU link
RTX 3060 versions:

60-65W RTX 3060 - 1382Mhz(Boost)

80-85W RTX 3060 - 1525Mhz(Boost)

80-95W RTX 3060 - 1525Mhz(Boost)

90-95W RTX 3060 - 1630Mhz(Boost)

115-130W RTX 3060 - 1802Mhz(Boost)

Not sure If this boost is achievable even with basic TGP(the first number) or only with TGP + dynamic boost = Max GPU power. After looking at Nvidia's specs where 60-115W TGP allows 1283-1703Mhz boost then these specs from Asus include dynamic boost.

So comparing the weakest against the strongest model, you gain 30% higher boost for 2x higher power, not sure what is the actual average clockspeed.

Now why did I post It?

If we compare RTX 3080 FE with 68SM vs RX 6800 XT with 72CU then Nvidia is 6% faster in 4K(Techspot review), in 1440p It performed the same.

RTX 3080 FE average clockspeed is 1931Mhz(TPU).

RX 6800 XT average clockspeed is 2257Mhz(TPU).

The average clockspeed is 17% higher for AMD. If we include the difference in performance then you need 6% higher clocks or 2393Mhz, which is 24% higher than Nvidia. So amD needs ~25% higher clockspeed to be on par with Nvidia, maybe there is a bottleneck in N21 so this can be different in lower segments, but let's say It's the same.

So If I apply this to RTX 3060 mobile with 30SM vs Navi 23 with 32CU:

60W -> 1283Mhz * 1.25 = 1604Mhz

65W -> 1382Mhz * 1.25 = 1728Mhz

85W -> 1525Mhz * 1.25 = 1906Mhz

95W -> 1630Mhz * 1.25 = 2038Mhz

115W -> 1703Mhz *1.25 = 2129Mhz

130W -> 1802Mhz * 1.25 = 2253Mhz

Navi 23 will need to have 1604-2253Mhz boost to perform as mobile RTX 3060 at different TGP settings.