NVIDIA RTX 2060 12GB, is expected to have 2176 CUDA cores, the same as the RTX 2060 SUPER.
The latest SKU will have a considerably higher fixed TDP of 184W (as compared to SUPER which has a TDP of 175W). This feature makes this latest revelation interesting. According to the report, the card is predicted to be nearly identical to the 2060 SUPER, with the exception of memory bandwidth: the 2060 SUPER variant has a 256-bit bus, whereas the 12GB SKU has a 192-bit bus.
We were definitely taken aback by this prophecy, but we have since affirmed it with multiple sources. They’ve all shared the same information: The GPU will have 2176 CUDA cores, 12GB GDDR6 14Gbps memory across a 192-bit bus, and a 184W TDP.
According to two sources, the boost clock is set to 1650 MHz by default, with manufacturer different versions reaching 1690 MHz.
NVIDIA RTX 2060 12GB will now be available on December 7 as a less expensive option to the RTX 3060 12GB (hopefully with better availability). It’s important to remember that at the unveiling, the RTX 3060 12GB was approximately 8% speedier than the RTX 2060 SUPER. Given its remarkably similar specifications, the 2060 12GB may operate similarly. Contrarily, the Turing model will lack support from PCIe Gen4 and ResizableBAR. In addition, the card’s ray tracing functioning will be reduced.