NVIDIA has already released four cards under it’s RTX 30 series, and as it looks like NVIDIA will be adding more cards to its RTX 30 series soon. As per Manali, NVIDIA’s board partner has registered the RTX 3050, RTX 3060, RTX 3070 Ti, and RTX 3080 Ti with the EEC, and that too a month before an expected hardware announcement by NVIDIA. With the launch of these four cards, the RTX 30 series will have eight cards under it, and we also expect the RTX 3050 Ti and RTX 3080 20 GB from Nvidia.
One of NVIDIA’s board partners has unofficially confirmed that four more cards will be released. Moreover, the release of the RTX 3060 Ti had clues that NVIDIA will release more variants of the RTX 3060 card, but it looks like NVIDIA has plans to launch more cards too, along with the RTX 3060 as suggested by the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) filed by Manali.
Although we should consider the fact that manufacturers do not usually release products even after registering them with the EEC, but this is not the case here as the registered listing for 3060 Ti was released. As per the list, these are the models NVIDIA plans to release:
•RTX 3080 Ti
•RTX 3070 Ti
As per the listing, NVIDIA will announce: RTX 3050, RTX 3060 and RTX 3080 Ti, and RTX 3050 Ti next month. There’s been no news on the RTX 3070 for a few months now. MSI has registered multiple SKUs of the RTX 3080 20GB with the EEC.
Nvidia is expected to release all the graphic cards under the RTX 30 Series by Q2 2021.