This is a little update on the earlier this week circulated rumour that claimed NVIDIA was producing additional GeForce RTX 30 GPUs. At least two of the models are now verified to be planned by our source, and they can be anticipated by the end of October.
In accordance with “MegaSizeGPU’s” report, NVIDIA is really producing new RTX 30 GPUs. Partners on the board think this is an effort to provide more cards for the mid-range market, where the rivalry is now escalating.
The RTX 3060 from NVIDIA will debut with 8GB VRAM, which is 4GB less than the outgoing model. It is conceivable for this new 8GB edition to cost less than $300 because the existing model sells for $350 in the US.
The NVIDIA RTX 3060 Ti is also being updated by NVIDIA with GDDR6X memory.
Assuming it contains the same 19 Gbps RAM as the RTX 3070 Ti, the memory bandwidth would rise from 448 GB/s to 608 GB/s (36% increase).
The RTX 3070 Ti with GA102 GPU has not yet been confirmed, although as was already said, such versions are frequently localised and not widely advertised. One RTX 30 series example is the RTX 3060 Ti with the GA103 GPU, which is exclusively offered by a few board partners in China.
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