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RTX 3060 coming sooner than expected: 171 Palit RTX 30 GPUs submitted to EEC

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As the launch of the new RTX 30 series GPUs comes nearer more and more news gets coming. Recently Palit, the GPU maker, has registered 171 products with Eurasian Economic Commission.  

Not all of the products will be made to the market, however, some of those codenames could relate to some of the specific regions. There are all the variants of the upcoming GPUs including the RTX 3090, RTX 3080, RTX 3070, and RTX 3060.

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Now, this raises the availability concerns as previously it was speculated that NVIDIA would launch the budget RTX GPU in November. However, with this EEC filing, we could still hope NVIDIA will be launching the RTX 3060 GPU as well to take on AMD anytime in the last quarter of 2020.

The strange part is there are unusually high numbers of RTX 3070 that have been certified. Also, there are more RTX 3060 models than the RTX 3080 and 3090 cards. In the filing, we see there are three main groups of SKUs on top of the regular 30xx denominations including T, S, and H suffixes.

The T suffix could stand for Ti and S for Super, although the meaning of the H suffix is still not known and the mixes in suffixes raise even more confusion. However, we may not have to wait long as NVIDIA’s launch is just a few days apart now.

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