Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 Announced

NVIDIA Ge Force RTX 3060

Nvidia revealed the GeForce RTX 3060, it's latest mainstream GPU that it hopes would take the place of its popular GeForce GTX 1060 that was introduced back in 2016.

Nvidia unveiled a host of new products and features at its virtual CES keynote this year, including a new desktop GPU in the company's growing portfolio of 30 Series cards.

If you've been waiting for a more budget-focused option in the RTX 30 series, there's reason to be excited: NVIDIA just announced the RTX 3060, and it brings a lot of features to the table for just $329.

GeForce RTX 3070 is a 1440p gaming beast, delivering 90 frames per second with ultra settings at 1440p.

What kind of gaming performance should you expect from the aforesaid GeForce RTX laptop GPUs? NVIDIA says its top-of-the-line laptop GPU can render games at more than 100 frames per second at 1440p. Lastly, there's the RTX 3080.

Outside of performance enhancements, the new graphics cards come with improvements to NVIDIA's existing Max-Q technologies.

Resizable BAR: This advanced PCI Express technology enables all of the GPU memory to be accessed by the CPU at once, providing a performance boost in many games. Nvidia's top OEM partners, including Acer, Alienware, ASUS, Gigabyte, HP, Lenovo, MSI, and Razer will launch laptops powered by RTX 30-series GPUs at CES 2021 or in the coming weeks. NVIDIA DLSS requires only a fraction of the pixels, which improves efficiency and increases performance.

This ASUS TUF Gaming GPU looks exactly the same as we saw on the RTX 3060 Ti. The company is using AI and new system optimizations to adjust the performance of RTX Max-Q laptops.

NVIDIA said the first RTX 3080- and RTX 3070-equipped laptops will be available to buy starting on January 26th, with RTX 3060 laptops to follow at a later date.



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