Nvidia's RTX 2060 may make a comeback to the gaming PC early next month | MCU Times

Nvidia’s RTX 2060 may make a comeback to the gaming PC early next month

Word of another wind in the Nvidia RTX 3000 series has dominated the graphics card for a while now, and the RTX 4070, RTX 4080 and RTX 4090 could be with us in 2022. Still, before any of that, a new leak suggests the rumored RTX 2060 update may arrive early next month.

The spot by Overlocking says the now deleted Bilibili post that a revitalized RTX 2060 could arrive on December 7th. According to previous reports, the new GPU will come with a 12GB GDDR6 memory bump while preserving its original PG161 card and TU106 silicon. Information passed on by the reliable delicious Momomo_us also suggests that standard and overclocked versions of the card from Gigabyte and Windforce could be on the way.

While the original RTX 2060 comes close to the performance of an RTX 3050, the new SKU’s VRAM boost may allow it to play modern games in respectable resolutions, especially with tools like the Nvidia DLSS enabled. Of course, the prospect of overclocking also means that the card could potentially stick to the RTX 3060, but as always, benchmarking could tell a different story.

Needless to say, until Nvidia officially unveils the new RTX 2060 graphics card, you should take the news of its arrival with a grain of salt. Even if the GPU arrives next month, the availability of the GPU may still be affected by persistent component shortages. That said, RTX 3000 and AMD Radeon cards go for twice their MSRP, so maybe the updated Turning GPU will prove to be an affordable alternative.

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