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Nvidia’s RTX 3060 cards could launch sooner than expected as suggested by fresh EEC certification files from Palit

Since the RTX 3060 cards got mentioned this early in Palit’s certification files, we could see the mid-lower-end cards launching sooner than expected, possibly around Holiday season this year to compete with AMD’s Navi 22 and Navi 10 refreshes.

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Rumors regarding the production of Nvidia’s RTX 3060 / RTX 3050 GPUs started circulating back in early July this year, and, thanks to a recent EEC filing submitted by Palit, we now have confirmation that the RTX 3060 is indeed one of the lower-end cards from the new Ampere-based GeForce RTX 3000-series.

Palit’s certification files include no less than 171 different GPU models, but, as Videocardz‚Ķ

Bogdan Solca

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