We’ve seen a lot of leaks and rumors about Nvidia’s upcoming RTX30 series. Recently, new information popped up online stating that the GeForce RTX3050 and RTX3060 appeared in the PCI ID collection. The green team promised that there would be more in the RTX3060T in the RTX3060 family.
This means that the company will actually launch the RTX 3060. But the manufacturer has not yet mocked the second entry in the RTX3060 family. According to sources, the RTX3060 will not be based on the GA104, and will be as un-like as the RTX3060T. But the RTX3060 will introduce the unreleased GA106. Cards are available in 6GB and 12GB SQs.
According to the PCI ID repository Rtxa 3060 RTX 3060 GDR3, VRAM- and 3.840 will have up to 2501 layers. The RTX 3060 is expected to arrive in January 2021 along with the RTX 3050.
The PCI ID collection contains a line for the RTX3050, and the Green Team provided 2583 IDs. The RTX3050 is rumored to have a GA107 GPU with 90W TGP and up to 2,304 CDA cores. The RTX 3050 is the only GA107-based card that Nvidia is actively developing.