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Nvidia's first 12GB RTX 3060 graphics card has been pictured

The rumoured RTX 3060

Nvidia's first 12GB RTX 3060 graphics card has been pictured

Nvidia's first 12GB RTX 3060 graphics card has been pictured

ASUS' first RTX 3060 graphics card has been pictured, the RTX 3060 TUF Gaming OC 12GB. This leak counters earlier reports of an RTX 3060 Ultra, a graphics card that is now believed to a fake/fabricated product. This new leak comes via Videocardz.

The RTX 3060 TUF appears to feature the same cooler and PCB design as ASUS' RTX 3060 Ti models, though the RTX 3060 reportedly uses GA106 silicon instead of the RTX 3060 Ti's GA-104 silicon. The RTX 3060 should also feature 12GB of GDDR6 memory over a 192-bit memory bus, giving the RTX 3060 more memory capacity and less overall bandwidth than its RTX 3060 Ti counterpart. 
 
Rumour has it that Nvidia plans to reveal its Geforce RTX 3060 at their CES 2021 keynote tomorrow, where the company are also due to reveal RTX 30 series mobile products. 

Videocardz has alleged that Nvidia's 12GB RTX 3060 will feature 3584 CUDA cores, 28 RT cores and 112 TMUs, specifications which are significantly lower than the company's RTX 3060 Ti, which features 4864 CUDA cores, 38 RT cores and 152 TMUs. 

Nvidia's first 12GB RTX 3060 graphics card has been pictured  
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