NVIDIA sets expectations for more RTX 3060 cards as it publishes RTX 3060 Ti performance benchmarks
So, NVIDIA announced the RTX 3060 Ti yesterday, but a blog post by the company has also confirmed that more RTX 3060 cards are on the way. There have been rumours that NVIDIA plans to release an RTX 3060 and RTX 3060 mobile early next year, although the company is yet to state that this is the case.
Nonetheless, NVIDIA describes the RTX 3060 Ti as being 'the first member of the RTX 3060 family', so it definitely has subsequent RTX 3060 releases planned. The same blog post also contains the benchmark chart that Videocardz published in mid-November, confirming the latter's authenticity. NVIDIA leans heavily on the claim that the RTX 3060 Ti outperforms the RTX 2080 SUPER, although the chart makes a point of comparing the Ampere card with the RTX 2060 SUPER too, which one would hope is the case. We have included the chart published by Videocardz also as this includes data labels, which the official chart lacks.
Concrete details on the RTX 3060 are scarce for now, although Videocardz claims that NVIDIA will base the card on its GA106-400 GPU. Moreover, RTX 3060 is thought to feature 3,840 CUDA cores and will be offered with 6 GB and 12 GB of GDDR6 VRAM. Nothing is known about the mobile version, or versions of the RTX 3060, though. Wccftech reports that the graphics card will be available with AMD Ryzen 5000H and Intel Tiger Lake-H series processors, but no details about the RTX 3060 Max-P or Max-Q have been leaked so far.