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RTX 3080 Ti delayed, arrival of RTX 3060 6 GB/12 GB

RTX 3080 Ti delayed, arrival of RTX 3060 6 GB/12 GB

A few days ago, we were telling you about the arrival of the RTX 3080 Ti, perhaps sooner than expected and during the month of January. According to some journalists, it would finally be scheduled during the month of February. The main idea of this card is to compete even more with the RX 6800 XT. But in the end, why rush, since the RX 6800 XT is simply not available at the moment and this should not get any better in the coming weeks. In addition, the NVIDIA model benefits from its DLSS technology which is a plus compared to the AMD RX 6000 cards.

Two RTX 3060s in January?

It is therefore the RTX 3060 which is back in the limelight and which should arrive during the month of January. The RTX 3060 Ti has left us with an excellent impression, allowing us to take full advantage of 1080p without any restrictions. The RTX 3060 should benefit from even lower pricing and offer an excellent alternative for tighter budgets. But here we are, rumors seem to be talking about a 6GB version, quite logical, but also a 12GB version, four more than the RTX 3060 Ti. Hard to understand such a choice. RTX 3060 6 Go et 12 Go The 12GB model would be the first available around mid-January, while the second 6GB card would arrive at the end of the month. According to Igor, the RTX 3060 6 GB would actually be the RTX 3050 Ti initially planned. A little more patience to find out more.

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