Nvidia has just released the RTX 30 series of graphics cards featuring an RTX 3070, 3080 and 3090. But what was missing was RTX 3060, a graphics card which is supposed to be the entry level graphics card for the RTX 30 series line up. So is there an RTX 3060?
A recent Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) filing suggests that there is a plan to release an RTX 3060 graphics card, though we are not sure at this point if it will be called RTX 3060 itself. The RTX 3060 is supposed to be the entry level graphics card of the 30 series but none of this has been verified.
According to the Twitter account fo kopite8kimi, the GTX 3060 will be based on GA104 GPU. This is the same core that powers the GTX 3070 graphics card, so the GTX 3060 is supposedly a beefed down version of the 3070. The graphics card is supposed to have 8GB of DDR4 memory, matching the memory of GTX 3070.
If Videocardz is to be believed, they also say something along the same lines about the RTX 3060 graphics card.