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The RTX 3060 6GB may well exist

The RTX 3060 6GB may well exist

It’s no secret that the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 equipped with 12GB of VRAM will be officially launched this Thursday. However, many rumors have accompanied the RTX 3060 in recent weeks. The 6GB and 8GB versions have been mentioned only recently. However, NVIDIA has only announced one version of the GeForce RTX 3060 with 12GB of GDDR6 memory at CES 2021 in January…since no other communication. RTX 3060 As with the entire RTX 30 series, NVIDIA listed several variants of the RTX 3060 on successive roadmaps until the map was officially announced in January. The board was initially scheduled to be launched with 3840 CUDA cores, but in the end the board received 3584 CUDA cores, which should have been the original configuration of the 6GB RTX 3060.

Towards an RTX 3060 6GB to counter the RX 6700?

It seems likely that an RTX 3060 6Gb will be launched probably to counter the RX 6700 or the possible RX 6600 XT. Today, he was spotted by the twitto Harucaze579 a deposit of Palit at the South Korean National Radio Research Agency (RRA). The latter reveals a graphics card listed as RTX 3060 DUAL OC with 12GB and 6GB variants, depending on the repository: Obviously this deposit is not absolute proof and we should know more about it very soon. According to the latest rumors this model would not only have a memory quantity divided by 2 ( 6Gb ) but it would receive a “castrated” GPU that would offer a lower number of CUDA cores.

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