Nvidia is looking to bring back its two-year-old RTX 2060 with increased RAM, but the Founders Edition is unlikely to be part of the re-release.
Nvidia seems to be on the vertical line. The tech giant often referred to as the “blue team” is said to be looking to get a number of new product launches, possibly as early as 2022, with the goal of taking on old rivals AMD and newcomers. to the Intel GPU circuit. Not only that, the company is also looking to reintroduce older products, with Renamed RTX 2060 with 12 GB of RAM, a card that originally launched in 2019. However, while this still seems to be the case, the Founders Edition won’t hit shelves.
According to a recent report, Nvidia canceled the upcoming 2060 12 GB Founders Edition. Although it was listed initially, this was apparently in error and has since been removed. Another source pointed out that the company has no intention of releasing the 2060 FE. So going forward, there will only be custom and counterpart variants of the graphics card, which may disappoint those looking for a slightly lower budget card.
NS Nvidia RTX 2060 GPU 12 GB was rumored earlier this year, and as a product that won’t go against the likes of the 3090 or any other high-end equivalent, it’s possible this re-release could bring to a slightly cheaper option. Without the Founders Edition, prices for other editions are likely to be higher based on higher margins from board companies that can set their own prices. The RTX 2060 FE will come directly from Nvidia itself, but with that currently not happening, customers will have to choose a partner card instead.
Of course, there will be some PC enthusiasts and gamers who aren’t looking for something low-midrange for their setup. Lucky for them, maybe Nvidia may be ready to launch the 3090 Ti, a somewhat upgraded version of the 3090, is considered one of the most powerful graphics cards on the market today. However, this is not certain, but it wouldn’t be surprising for the company to release one final Ti variant before moving on to the next generation of GPU technology.
Yes, in addition to the relaunch of the 2060 with 12 GB, as well as possibly a new 3090 Ti and RTX 3050 also coming, Nvidia may also be preparing for its 4000 series, will represent the next step in graphics hardware. It seems like the company is trying to cover as many angles as possible, from high-end, more budget, to forward-looking. In any case, Nvidia seems to have big plans.
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https://gamerant.com/nvidia-founders-edition-rtx-2060-gpu-canceled/ Nvidia Cancels ‘Founders Edition’ of Rebranded RTX 2060 GPUs