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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060Ti and 3060 Graphics Cards Spotted Listed At EEC

Asus and Inno3D GPUs listed at EEC for 3060 and 3060 Ti variants

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Despite the disastrous launch of the Nvidia 30-series, it seems like nobody can stop talking about them, as we bring you yet another tidbit of information about upcoming GPUs in the pipeworks. This time, official listings at EEC have been spotted from Asus and Inno3D for their upcoming 3060 and 3060 Ti GPUs. Generally, cards are submitted to EEC (Eurasian Economic Commission) for registration, so this leak – from prolific leaker Momomo_US – seems legit.

Asus Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060Ti Cards

Asus has listed a total of 12 variants for the 3060 Ti GPUs – although, this doesn’t mean we’ll ever get to see all of these. Why? Well, because the submission is made for every possible variant rather than the ones they know they’ll be releasing. Some of these submissions will actually serve as placeholders and won’t ever go into production.

Despite that, it looks like Asus will be working on several lines of GPUs for the 3060 Ti including ROG STRIX, DUAL Mini, Dual, TUF Gaming, and Dual series appearing in the list. Here’s the list of all the variants registered by Asus:

  • DUAL-RTX3060TI-O8G
  • DUAL-RTX3060TI-8G
  • PH-RTX3060TI-8G
  • TURBO-RTX3060TI-8G

But, Asus isn’t the only brand that has registered unreleased Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 Ti and RTX 3060 cards – Inno3D also got in on the action. Inno3D submitted their cards at EEC but, did not list all the possible variants so we know a little less about their plans. We have already seen one Nvidia 3060 Ti available for sale, so we know that these cards are very much real.

Nvidia GeForce RTX 30 Series “Ampere” Graphics Card Specifications

We also know that the original launch date for the Nvidia RTX 3060Ti has been pushed back. While it was originally due for release in mid-November, the card has now been delayed until December 2nd when it will launch with a price of around $399 with variants at a slight premium.

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