Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 12GB is out, Why it doesn't matter ?

 

After months continuous rumors and an entire graphics card generation since it first came out, there is a new Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 on the block, and at this point its 12GB of GDDR6 memory.

Wccftech has spotted three tweets by manufacturers pointing to new variations of the RTX 2060 with the extended VRAM capacity.

They're still supported the 192-bit bus, which might necessitate a (VRAM) budget of either 6GB or 12GB anyway, but it looks like as if Nvidia has given third party manufacturers permission to release the graphics cards with a tinsy bit more memory.

As for the way much this remake of the graphics card will run, that's likely to be a small amount but painful. We won’t find any retail listings for the new (graphics card), but in step with a report from PCGamesN, retailers like UK's Scan can't even list the GPU due to insufficient stock.


We're sure that when listings do go up, the RTX 2060 12GB are very expensive, but that's probably largely thanks to the weird state of the graphics card marketers, where every GPU is priced far more than its worth, thanks to the continued chip shortage.


Looking at Zotac's 12GB RTX 2060, the remainder of the specs are precisely the same, so you’ll expect the identical solid 1080p gaming performance from this graphics card. And if that each one sounds good and you simply want to include your hands on a GPU, it’s just like the GPU is obtainable now - as available as graphics cards get in 2021.


 

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