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…
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