Nvidia has unveiled a new graphics card for desktop PCs: the RTX 3060.
Nvidia started its CES 2021 conference by unveiling a new graphics card for desktop PCs and partnerships.
Always more ray tracing and DLSS
Nvidia announced that 36 video games are now benefiting from a partnership between Nvidia and developers to offer ray tracing, DLSS, or both.
Regarding AI upscaling technology, Call of Duty Warzone should soon integrate DLSS support to improve its performance. This will also be the case for Outriders, a new title from People Can Fly et Square Enix.
Still regarding partnerships, Nvidia announced that Overwatch would soon be compatible with Nvidia Reflex, a technology that reduces latency on G-Sync screens.
GeForce RTX 3060: a new card with ray tracing and DLSS, but more accessible
Nvidia has unveiled the GeForce RTX 3060 to complete its line of graphics cards for desktop PCs. It promises to double the raw power in rasterization, computation without ray tracing, in comparison to the GTX 1060 which it intends to replace ideally.
In addition to this raw power, allowed by the 13 TFlops of raw power, Nvidia announces that the card offers 25 RT-TFlops, and 101 Tensor-TFLOPS according to its own measures. It also integrates 12 GB of GDDR6 as video memory.
The GeForce RTX 3060 will be available from the end of February for an advertised price of $ 329. It remains to be seen whether Nvidia will be able to produce it in sufficient quantity to keep up with demand.