It’s now official that NVIDIA is preparing more RTX 30 GPUs, but for now they won’t be available on the market for a few weeks.
A new rumor last week stated that NVIDIA will be producing more GeForce RTX 30 GPUs. Two models are in an advanced stage of planning and will be ready by the end of October.
MegaSizeGPU has also reported that NVIDIA is making new RTX 30 GPUs and is definitely aiming to offer more mid-range cards as it targets this more competitive segment.
NVIDIA is about to introduce RTX 3060 with 8GB VRAM; this is a whopping 4GB less than the original model. The price for the 8GB model is $350 in the US, so we can rightly expect a price below $300 for this new variant.
In addition, NVIDIA is also developing an updated RTX 3060 Ti with GDDR6X. It would be a 36% increase in memory bandwidth from 448 GM/s to 608 GB/s.
There is still no confirmed news about the RTX 3070 Ti with GA102 GPU, but usually these models are produced for a specific market and are not available worldwide. A good example from the RTX 30 series is the RTX 3060 Ti with GA103 GPU, which can only be found through a few board operators in China.
All specifications of the new mid-range cards will be confirmed in the coming days, so every reason to be excited. According to our estimates, it may be available as soon as the first RTX 40 models hit the market.
Through Mega formatGPU