Gamers are currently perhaps going through a crisis brought on by the shortage of chipsets, and the shortage also means that the launch of new PCs or new-gen consoles could also get pushed. However, NVIDIA is still keen on pushing out new products.
The company is looking to bring a more developed version of its current cards to the market. NVIDIA will launch a variety of graphics cards with large memory models. It has been confirmed that the company will launch the 12GB video memory version of RTX 2060 on December 7, 2021. The company has also announced that it will launch three more large memory models from the RTX 30 series: RTX3070Ti 16GB, RTX3080 12GB, and RTX3090Ti 24GB.
The three large video modules will be available on the market sometime in January 2022. Previously, it was noted that the RTX 3070Ti 16GB and the RTX 3080 12GB would be launched on December 17, but the launch date has been pushed to January 2022.
Both of these cards will feature new versions of GPUs that are already available on the market. The new 3070 Ti is expected to have double the RAM than its previous graphics card version. A few online sources have noted that NVIDIA has internally adjusted the RTX 30 series’s product structure.
NVIDIA had officially launched the RTX 3080 Ti and the RTX 3070 Ti graphics card at the 2021 Taipei International Computer Show. For the new graphics cards from the RTX 30 series, the company has successfully managed to boost product profits by pushing large-capacity video memory models. There have been a few rumors regarding the re-launch of the RTX 2060; however, the company has not mentioned anything regarding the introduction of the RTX 2060.
NVIDIA is most likely to announce the new large memory graphics card at the CES in January 2022.