Good Display and Visual Effects are very important when it comes to gaming. Nvidia is a leading manufacturer of Graphics Processing Units and this company is in news for the launch of Geforce RTX which is an advanced visual computing platform and this graphics card is used in the latest desktop computers for delivering high quality and virtually real-time gaming experience.
Here we are talking about the RTX 2060 graphics cards which were supposed to be coming in large stock back at the beginning of January 2021. However, the RTX 3060 non –ti model was launched before that in March 2021 which offered huge memory of 12GB and was a good performance.
However, there are some drawbacks with RTX 3060 like being available at Manufacture Suggested Retail Price. Some reports suggest that the release or unlocking full crypto-cash rate was the wrong decision by Nvidia as most of the Graphics Drivers were used by the miners for bitcoins mining.
Due to the above-mentioned reasons, Nvidia is planning to launch an updated RTX 2060 GPU based on tuning architecture by January 2022 (videocardz reports). The Tuning architecture is a multipurpose GPU architecture that can perform 3 jobs simultaneously i.e Pixel processing, Artificial Intelligence, and Real-Time Ray Tracing. However, the report says that the updated RTX 2060 GPU will see a change in doubled memory capacity compared to RTX 2060 6GB which launched in January 2019.
So, this time, if the report is to be believed, we could see a relaunch of the Nvidia RTX 2060 GPU with an upgraded 12GB GDDR6 memory and the same TU106-300 GPU.
Hence, we see a lack of proper planning and scheduling for the release of Graphic cards by Nvidia. The survey of end-users and their feedback is very crucial before the release of a new version of any hardware.
The connection of Bitcoin mining cannot be overlooked here. So, we can expect now a better and innovative updated Graphics Card Geforce RTX 2060 for a better and enjoyable gaming experience. Thank you and stay connected with us for more updates.