The GeForce RTX 3060 is the new weakest card in the Ampere family, which, according to unwarranted information, was originally supposed to carry a full-featured GA106 GPU with 3840 CUDA cores, but will eventually offer 3584. You can imagine that NVIDIA could even worse pieces of GA106 will be used for the 6GB model RTX 3060 and / or the new RTX 3050 (Ti).
In any case, we will have a total of 28 SM units, ie almost three times less than on the GeForce RTX 3090, and the equipment of 28 RT cores and 112 Tensor cores will correspond to this. NVIDIA has also opted here for a larger range of beats, which in the case of other Ampere do not go below 1400 MHz and, conversely, above 1730 MHz. In the case of the RTX 3060, it is 1320 to 1780 MHz, however, it will depend more on the card manufacturer itself, while NVIDIA will not prepare its Founders Edition itself.
The 12GB GDDR6X memory on the 192-bit 336GB / s bus looks a little strange here, and NVIDIA chose this capability probably because its card doesn’t look like a poor relative to the Radeon RX 5700 XT (also 12GB). because 6GB could really be low in some titles, so the performance of the card would then be throttled. However, as indicated above, the launch of the 6GB version is not excluded, but it has not yet been confirmed.
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