Gigabyte is expected to manufacture four new RTX 2060 cards based on Turing architecture.
NVIDIA introduced the GeForce RTX 20 series almost 3 years ago but they are still working with the Turing architecture. Reportedly NVIDIA is expected to unveil a new card with 12GB memory based on RTX 2060 which originally featured GA106 GPU and 6GB GDDR6 memory over a 192-bit bus.
According to Eurasian Economic Commission listing, Gigabyte is planning four models, namely:
The actual specifications of the latest SKU have not been revealed yet. NVIDIA might as well utilize a different GPU for this, such as GA104, because it is pin-compatible with GA106. Gigabyte might also reuse its RTX 2060 SUPER GPUs with more CUDA cores since 1920 CUDAs on the original RTX 2060 may not satisfy the needs of the gamers today.
The latest reports say that RTX 2060 12GB will be announced on December 7th. But this date has not been confirmed by any source yet.