On February 25th, Nvidia’s RTX 3060 graphics card is launching

They definitely realized Nvidia was making a $329 RTX 3060 graphics card, and today, the organization reported that it will make its most affordable GPU in the RTX 3000 series available at retailers starting on February 25th. Retailers will open requests for the RTX 3060 beginning at 9AM PT/12PM ET. Nvidia reveals to The Verge it won’t make a Founder’s Edition of the RTX 3060 graphics card.

Designed to succeed the maturing GeForce GTX 1060 Pascal cards, the RTX 3060 highlights 12GB of GDDR6 memory. Like other products featured in the RTX 3000 arrangement, the RTX 3060 will likewise uphold DLSS and Nvidia’s set-up of RTX applications.

With new RTX 30 card coming later this month, they anticipate that the RTX 3060 GPU will sell out rapidly. These cards have been hard to buy since the previous fall when the RTX 30 arrangement initially appeared.

In January, Nvidia said it envisions supply for its GPUs to the two purchasers and partners “will likely remain lean through Q1,” which doesn’t end until late April. To ease the short stockpile and high as can be costs, Nvidia affirmed yesterday that it intends to bring back its more seasoned RTX 2060 and GTX 1050 Ti graphics cards.