Chinese graphics card maker submits GeForce RTX 4060/4050 graphics cards to EEC

Published: Jan 28th 2023, 08:53 GMT   Comments

MaxSun RTX 4060/4050 soon?

Shangke Group, the company that owns MaxSun and Soyo GPU brands expects an update to GeForce RTX 40 GPUs series, shows the most recent Eurasian Economic Commission filing.

The company is unlikely to be known to most of VC readers, yet this Shangke Group sells many PC products, including GPUs, motherboards or storage. This group owns two brands: MaxSun and Soyo, both well known to Chinese customers, some cards are even sold on Newegg.

Recently MaxSun announced its latest RTX 4070 Ti graphics card from iCraft series, but the company is rather slow in revealing their new designs, which has been the case as long as one remembers.

Turns out, SK is now preparing for RTX 4060/4050 graphics cards. The latest product list filling features RTX 4070 model as well. It is by no means a detailed product list that would spoil the company’s plans for specific models, but a sign that SK Group is preregistering models that may potentially launch:

SK Group RTX 4060/4050 filing, Source: EEC

Thus far neither RTX 4060 nor RTX 4050 were part of the rumor mill, however, the RTX 4060 Ti model was. NVIDIA is just about to launch its mobile RTX 40 series, featuring all Ada Lovelace GPUs. Therefore, their desktop variant launch could happen at any moment now.

Source: EEC

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