With the release of NVIDIA’s new RTX 3060 series, ASUS is introducing its first DUAL White graphics cards. NVIDIA and its board partners are still producing RTX 30 graphics cards despite the fact that the Ampere architecture is already two years old. Last month, ASUS unveiled its RTX 3060 8GB and RTX 3060 Ti GDDR6X models, which provided an ideal chance for the company to display something for the first time.
The only white graphics cards in the ASUS RTX 30 range were the ROG Strix White and GUNDAM series, which were all premium (RTX 3070+) SKUs. Four additional DUAL WHITE cards have now been made available by the company as part of the RTX 3060 launch. ASUS White models will be offered with factory overclocking as an option.
However, the RTX 3060 Ti requires two 8-pin power connections, whereas the RTX 3060 8GB needs one. With the cheaper SKU, gamers can anticipate boost rates of up to 1867 MHz and up to 1710 MHz with the Ti GDDR6X model.
The Ti variant is 23 cm long and features the same design as the recently released DUAL series in black. Likewise, the 3060 8GB SKU is a 20 cm long refinished DUAL black SKU. Although we have not been able to find any of the cards in stock just yet, we should be patient because they are brand-new releases.
Here is a spec breakdown of each card…
ASUS RTX 3060 Ti GDDR6X 8GB DUAL WHITE OC (DUAL-RTX3060TI-O8GD6X-WHITE)
– OC mode: 1710 MHz (Boost Clock)
– Default mode: 1680 MHz (Boost Clock)
– Dimensions: 230 x 120 x 42 mm
– Power: 2x 8-pin
ASUS RTX 3060 8GB DUAL WHITE OC (DUAL-RTX3060-8G-WHITE)
– OC Mode: 1867 MHz (Boost Clock)
– Default Mode: 1837 MHz (Boost Clock)
– Dimensions: 200 x 123 x 38 mm
– Power: 1x 8-pin