Nvidia has confirmed the reissue of the RTX 2060 however now with 12GB of VRAM, a GPU that was launched in 2019, as a part of a transfer to alleviate sky-high costs of GPUs through the international chip scarcity. The unique Nvidia RTX 2060 graphics card was launched in 2019 and got here with 6GB of reminiscence. The corporate has introduced that the renewed Nvidia RTX 2060 GPU with double the reminiscence of the unique mannequin will quickly be obtainable, though pricing is but to be introduced.
The corporate has introduced the revised Nvidia RTX 2060 within the launch notes for the corporate’s Sport Prepared Driver 497.00 that was launched on December 2. Nvidia has additionally listed the specs on its web site, revealing that the brand new GeForce RTX 2060 will function a better base clock pace and gives 2,176 CUDA cores, as a substitute of the 1,920 cores discovered on the 2019 mannequin.
Energy consumption can be larger at 185W, up from 160W on the older mannequin, in accordance with Nvidia. As beforehand talked about, the GPU can even function 12GB of reminiscence, twice that of the RTX 2060 from two years in the past. The specs of the renewed RTX 2060 GPU recommend it may very well be positioned as an entry-level graphics card for avid gamers, in a market with a excessive demand for GPUs. The corporate has not supplied a launch date, however The Verge reviews that the GPU shall be obtainable from December 7.
Earlier this yr, Nvidia had introduced that it might relaunch the GTX 1050 Ti and the RTX 2060, in an try and alleviate the issues attributable to the worldwide semiconductor scarcity that has hit the computing trade. Over the previous yr, scalpers (who purchase GPUs in bulk and promote them at a premium) and cryptocurrency mining have ensured that the costs of GPUs just like the Nvidia RTX 3060 are excessive, whereas shares are restricted. The corporate is re-releasing older, lower-powered GPUs is to make sure graphics playing cards can be found for individuals who must buy GPUs with out ready for restocks.