Is the RTX 3060 Coming? Nvidia Tips Jan. 12 ‘GeForce’ Event-news

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Nvidia is teasing another RTX graphics card announcement at next month’s CES.

A live-streamed “GeForce RTX: Game On” event is scheduled for Jan. 12 at 9 a.m. PST. Jeff Fisher, head of Nvidia’s PC graphics card business, is slated to speak about “the company’s latest innovations in gaming and graphics,” Nvidia said without elaborating.

The company announced the event as rumors swirl about new entries in the RTX 3000 series. On Tuesday, PC review outlet Igor’s Lab reported that Nvidia will introduce the RTX 3060 at CES, possibly in two variants: one with 12GB of memory the other with 6GB. 

If true, the rumored card will likely be priced close to the RTX 3060 Ti, a $399 card that launched earlier this month only to sell out immediately. Meanwhile, other reports have claimed Nvidia is also preparing the RTX 3080 Ti, which is expected to be a heavy-duty graphics card. 

Whatever Nvidia announces, it’ll no doubt try to undercut rival AMD’s own GPU offerings. Interestingly, Nvidia’s event will start an hour before AMD kicks off its own CES keynote at 8 a.m., during which CEO Lisa Su is slated to discuss AMD’s own graphics solutions. 

Unfortunately, graphics cards from both companies have been in short supply amid overwhelming demand from consumers trying to upgrade their PCs. Nvidia itself has estimated the shortages may persist into the first months of 2021. To buy the graphics cards, we recommend you try a free inventory checker to immediately learn about product restocks.


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