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The RTX 2060 makes its return to the market

The RTX 2060 makes its return to the market

Here’s a very strange piece of information confirmed by several brands in the last few hours: the RTX 2060 is back on the market.

RTX 2060: one last farewell tour?

It is difficult to understand the logic of this information, but it is a reality. The manufacturers have received a stock of GPUs from Nvidia in order to put RTX 2060 cards back into production. The GPUs delivered by Nvidia would allow the production of the 2060 and 2060S. RTX 2060

While the launch of the RTX 3060 is still scheduled for the end of February and Nvidia is multiplying positive signals to try to calm its partners, the return of this reference is yet another contribution to the coherence of the chameleon’s commercial strategy. So, far from us the idea of shooting at the excellent RTX 2060 which allowed to animate the market during all the year 2020 but it was necessary nevertheless to pass to the question our contacts on the price… And it is there that the situation is complicated.

A map for distribution or for OEMs?

The RTX 2060 could be (re)marketed at a price slightly above 300 incl. tax…from mid-February. The RTX 2060S should be positioned at just over €400. If you need to remember a few figures, the RTX 3060 is announced for the end of February at…339€ TTC. There is no indication, however, that this card is being put on the retail market. It could “help” large PC manufacturers given the current shortage of cards. Difficult to understand the situation at this moment but if these GPUs reappear on the market under the conditions mentioned above, logic leads us to conclude that :

  • The RTX 3060 will not be available on time.
  • The launch price of 335€ will not be held by Nvidia’s partners.

We will of course keep you informed of developments.

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