Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 schedule announced: on the shelves at the end of February?

Nvidia announced the GeForce RTX 3060 with 12 GB gddr6 at the Consumer Electronics Show, along with the RTX 3000 laptop video cards. Videocardz and Wccftech both claim they got hold of Nvidia’s schedule, so we now know what the availability date should be.

The cards should become available to consumers by the end of February. A precise date is not yet available, it is possible that Nvidia will shift slightly. The reviews of the cards should also come online around that time. Videocardz does not say when the embargo on reviews will be lifted, Wccftech says it will go on February 28.

By December 30, Nvidia’s partners should have provided Nvidia with a list of the names of all the press they wanted to send a review sample, and the first contact should have expired by January 5. On January 12, Nvidia and the add-in-boardpartners announced their RTX 3060 products.

The reference model’s suggested retail price is $ 329. Unfortunately we don’t have a euro price yet, and it looks like there won’t be a Founders Edition. The more luxurious cards will therefore probably be slightly more expensive than $ 329.

Introductieschema Nvidia RTX 3060
Videocardz Wccftech
30- december Nvidia partners provide press review sample list
January 5th First communication between Nvidia partners with press
January 12th Initial communication between Nvidia partners with retailers
January 12th Nvidia and partners can announce products
February 19 First review samples are sent to the press
End of February (Wccftech: February 28) Reviewer’s embargo is lifted
End of February First GeForce RTX 3060s on the shelves

Sources: Videocardz, Wccftech

Source: Hardware Info Compleet by nl.hardware.info.

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