Geforce RTX 3060 is coming
The news that the release of the RTX 3060, the mainstream model of the NVIDIA RTX3000 series, is approaching. According to a report by the overseas IT media, Wccftech, it is expected to be released on February 25th. Since NVIDIA obtained and reported the RTX 3060 schedule delivered to partners, the release date will be soon. In the RTX 3060, it is the first model to be applied to limit mining performance to 50%. Let’s take a look at what the specifications are like.
What’s the difference?
The RTX3060 is a submodel of the RTX 3060 Ti, which was already released earlier. The number of CUDA cores is 3,584, which is less than the 4,864 Ti. Also the base clock is 1,320MHz, and the memory bus is also 192 bit. So the hardware setting is basically lower than the RTX 3060 Ti. By the way, the area to note here is 12GB of VRAM. The RTX3060 is equipped with 12GB of GDDR6 video memory, which is higher than the 8GB of the RTX 3060 Ti and 10GB of VRAM of the RTX 3080, which is the top lineup.
Highly configured video memory capacity despite being a sub-model. These doubts have been resolved when NVIDIA recently revealed that it is equipped with an algorithm that limits performance when used for mining in order to solve the problem of poor graphics card supply to general consumers.
The MSRP for the RTX 3060 Ti is expected to be $399 and the MSRP for the RTX 3060 is expected to be $329. As the supply of graphics cards is shortened due to the high demand from the mining farm, the prices are all much higher than MSRP, so whether the 3060 normal model can also maintain MSRP is the key question. If mining performance is limited as known, the RTX 3060 normal model is expected to have no difficulty in price fluctuations and supply and demand problems.