GeForce RTX 3060 Officially Announced
NVIDIA’s highly anticipated graphics card GeForce RTX 3060 is officially announced. The card will be released at the end of February. The highly anticipated graphics card GeForce RTX 3060 was officially announced at NVIDIA’s CES 2021 press event. Also, the affordable member of the RTX 30 series, the RTX 3060 comes with both RTX and DLSS 2.0 support. The price of the graphics card is announced as
NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 3060 graphics card is powered by the second generation RTX architecture Ampere. The graphics card is manufactured in the 8 nm fabrication process, has 3584 CUDA cores, and has a GA106-300 chipset. Also, offering 13 shader TFLOPS, 25 RT TFLOPS, and 101 Tensor TFLOPs, the graphics card can go from 1320 MHz to 1780 MHz core clock speeds with overclocking.
Using the PCI-Express 4.0 interface; the card is accompanied by 12GB GDDR6 video memory running at 16 Gbps on the 192-bit memory bus. The video card needs 170W TGP value.
In addition, mobile versions of GeForce RTX 3080, RTX 3070, and RTX 3060 graphics cards with GDDR6 memory,; with Ampere architecture were also introduced. Mobile GPUs, the successor to the RTX 20 series, come with Ampere architecture as well as advanced features for gamers such as Dynamic Boost 2.0, Whisper Mode 2.0, resizable-BAR, and DLSS 2.0.
However, starting prices were determined for the first laptop models to have these cards. Laptops with RTX 3060s will be available from January 26, starting from $ 999, RTX 3070 laptops with $ 1299, and RTX 3080s starting from $ 1999. Finally, click here to read more gaming and tech news.