NVIDIA could be saving RTX 3060 and RTX 3070/3080 Ti/SUPER variants to counter AMD’s RDNA 2 Big Navi GPUs

NVIDIA recently released its new generation of GeForce RTX GPUs recently. A total of three models were announced, the GeForce RTX 3070, RTX 3080, and RTX 3090. It had some of us wondering about the lower 3000 series variants, as well as the Ti and SUPER variants. It seems like we might have an answer about those now.

We know AMD is working on its next generation of GPUs, known as RDNA 2, a.k.a. Big Navi. It seems that NVIDIA might already have plans to counter AMD’s next-gen offerings. A new leak hints that NVIDIA has some cards it is holding out, including the much anticipated RTX 3060, and the Ti/SUPER variants of the already released 3000 series cards.

The RTX 3060 could make a great entry point for users looking for a lower-priced RTX capable card. The Ti/SUPER variants could fill up the lineup nicely. These new additions can help NVIDIA cover the competition at all possible price points, and hitting AMD’s sales in the process.

RDNA 2, for now, is shrouded in mystery. It could turn out to match NVIDIA’s efforts, or it could end up being underwhelming. Either way, it looks like NVIDIA is preparing for a storm.

NVIDIA is likely to announce these after AMD unveils Big Navi. We’ll keep you posted on the developments. Got any thoughts on these rumours? Hit us up in the comments, down below!

Via Wccftech

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