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Nvidia RTX 3060 reportedly launching on February 25th

We've been expecting Nvidia to launch the non-Ti variation of the RTX 3060 soon but now we seem to have a proper launch date. According to reports this week, the RTX 3060 will launch in just a couple of weeks. 

According to sources cited by wccftech, Nvidia has begun telling board partners that it intends to launch the RTX 3060 graphics card on the 25th of February.

The RTX 3060 is set to be the first RTX 30 series card to be based on the GA106 GPU. According to Videocardz it will have 3584 CUDA cores enabled, as well as 12GB of GDDR6 memory.

Other specs include a 15Gbps memory clock, 1320MHz/1777MHz base/boost clock speeds, a 170W TDP and an MSRP of $329, although custom-cooled models will end up going for well over the MSRP price tag.

KitGuru Says: It sounds like we've got another graphics card launch coming up soon. Are any of you currently looking to upgrade your GPU? Will you be keeping an eye on the RTX 3060?

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