It seems that we will see GeForce RTX 3060 in late February. In early January, NVIDIA announced the arrival of a new graphics card to the family, the GeForce RTX 3060, which will feature 12 GB of VRAM and will have a starting price of $329. Now, after we learn the features of the card, the release date has been revealed as well.
GeForce RTX 3060 is coming late February
According to information shared by different industry sources, NVIDIA plans to start selling the RTX 3060 at the end of February. Although the exact date was not revealed, it is believed that the GPU is likely to be launched on February 28th.
Also, it is mentioned that NVIDIA should start shipping the first press models on February 19, lifting the embargo to publish the first reviews of this graphics card a few days before its official launch.
With 2584 CUDA cores, 28 RT, and 112 Tensor Cores, the GeForce RTX 3060 arrives with the promise of delivering at least 60 FPS in games with Ray Tracing enabled at 1920 x 1080 resolution.
Of course, with the almost non-existent stock of all-new graphics cards, it will be more than difficult to get one of these, especially at this price. The few available models of this GPU are likely to exceed NVIDIA’s suggested retail price of $329, and this situation is expected to continue through the first half of this year.