It's fair to say that it was a rough launch for NVIDIA regarding the GPU 30 Series, with low stock everywhere due to bots and scammers across all the online stores.
However, that doesn't seem to be disrupting their plans, with rumours of the company announcing even more variants of their graphics cards soon.
While the GeForce 3060 is a card well-placed for a new PC gamer, someone on a budget may want to hold off until a '3050' is announced.
With that, here's what NVIDIA may be preparing.
This is going to most likely be the entry-point card for NVIDIA; building a PC on a budget.
This is where we suspect the specs will be:
- 2300 Cores
- 6GB GDDR6 Memory
- 128-Bit Memory Bus
- 192 GB Bandwidth
Again, this is going to be an entry-level card, but it is still built on the 'Ampere' architecture, so expect gains regardless when running Warzone in 1440P resolution.
As the 3060 retails for £699, perhaps look for a price in the region of £599 for this entry-level GPU.
While there's no release date as yet, rumours are abound for the 3050 to appear in some capacity at NVIDIA's event next week at CES.
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