PALIT submits GeForce RTX 3080 Ti, RTX 3050 Ti and RTX 3060 to EEC

Published: Jan 15th 2021, 10:05 GMT   Comments

PALIT plans for GeForce RTX 30 series

As you might have noticed the GeForce RTX 3080 Ti, the rumored enthusiast SKU that was previous rumored to launch around February has not been announced at CES 2021. Instead, NVIDIA announced its RTX 3060 12GB SKU which will be ‘available’ by the end of next month. 

It is being reported GeForce RTX 3080 Ti is delayed, postponed, or canceled. But the truth is is that neither of those terms is correct because the SKU never had an official ‘on-shelf date’. The graphics card was originally planned to launch ‘2H February’, but around New Year’s time, NVIDIA has changed the ‘on shelf’ date to ‘on hold’. It is neither a cancellation or postponement because technically no exact date was ever communicated to AIBs. In contrast, even the already canceled RTX 3080 20GB had an on-shelf date.

According to our sources, the RTX 3080 Ti has been put on hold because there wouldn’t be sufficient stock at launch. It simply made no sense to launch this graphics card right now to counter Radeon RX 6000 series which are basically nonexistent on the market. It appears that the manufacturer is giving itself more time to decide what to do with this SKU. But at this moment it was not yet canceled.

Meanwhile, PALIT is preparing many RTX 3080 Ti and RTX 3060 models according to a new listing on the Eurasian Economic Commission website. The XX60 series was always the most popular SKUs in the NVIDIA lineup, so this is not very surprising.

The list closes with GeForce RTX 3050 Ti and RTX 3050. What you might not know is that NVIDIA renamed the 3050 Ti (PG190 SKU 60) into RTX 3060 6GB. NVIDIA has then canceled the original 3060 12GB model with GA106-400 GPU (3840 CUDA) and used GA106-300 instead (this was decided just a few days ahead of launch). As of this moment, both RTX 3060 12GB and 6GB models would use the same GPU.

It is unclear what might happen to the 6GB variant though, or when it might launch, but according to NV’s internal roadmap, it is currently scheduled for Q2 2021. NVIDIA always tends to release multiple variants of the XX60 cards so we are sure there will be a more budget-oriented option at some point, whether that’s the 3060 6GB or something else, we might know in a few weeks.

PALIT GeForce RTX 30 EEC Cards
GeForce RTX 3080 Ti
GeForce RTX 3060 Ti
GeForce RTX 3060
GeForce RTX 3050 Ti
GeForce RTX 3050
NED308T019NA-1021G, NED308T019NA-1021P, NED308T019NA-132BA
NED308TS19NA-1021G, NED308TT19NA-1021G, NED308TU19NA-1021G, NED308TV19NA-1021G, NED308TH19NA-1021G, NED308TS19NA-1021P, NED308TT19NA-1021P, NED308TU19NA-1021P, NED308TV19NA-1021P, NED308TH19NA-1021P, NED308TS19NA-132BA, NED308TT19NA-132BA, NED308TU19NA-132BA, NED308TV19NA-132BA, NED308T019NA-132BB, NED308TS19NA-132BB, NED308TT19NA-132BB, NED308TU19NA-132BB, NED308TV19NA-132BB, NED308T019NA-132BF, NED308TS19NA-132BF, NED308TT19NA-132BF, NED308TU19NA-132BF, NED308TV19NA-132BF.
NE6306T019P2-1043F, NE63060T19K9-190AD, NE63060T19K9-190AB, NE63060T19K9-190AU,
NE6306TS19P2-1043F, NE6306TT19P2-1043F, NE6306TU19P2-1043F, NE6306TV19P2-1043F, NE6306T019P2-1043A, NE6306TS19P2-1043A, NE6306TT19P2-1043A, NE6306TU19P2-1043A, NE6306TV19P2-1043A, NE6306T019P2-1043X, NE6306TS19P2-1043X, NE6306TT19P2-1043X, NE6306TU19P2-1043X, NE6306TV19P2-1043X,
NE63060019K9-190AD, NE63060019K9-190AB, NE63060019K9-190AU, NE63060019K9-190AF, NE63060019K9-190AE, , NE63060S19K9-190AE, NE63060S19K9-190AF, NE63060S19K9-190AD, NE63060U19K9-190AD, NE63060V19K9-190AD, NE63060S19K9-190AB, NE63060U19K9-190AB, NE63060V19K9-190AB, NE63060S19K9-190AU, NE63060U19K9-190AU, NE63060V19K9-190AU, NE63060T19K9-190AF, NE63060U19K9-190AF, NE63060V19K9-190AF, NE63060T19K9-190AE, NE63060U19K9-190AE, NE63060V19K9-190AE, NE63060019J9-190AU, NE63060S19J9-190AU, NE63060T19J9-190AU, NE63060U19J9-190AU, NE63060V19J9-190AU, NE6305T019J9-190AD, NE6305TS19J9-190AD, NE6305TT19J9-190AD, NE6305TU19J9-190AD, NE6305TV19J9-190AD, NE6305T019J9-190AB, NE6305TS19J9-190AB, NE6305TT19J9-190AB, NE6305TU19J9-190AB, NE6305TV19J9-190AB, NE6305T019J9-190AU, NE6305TS19J9-190AU, NE6305TT19J9-190AU, NE6305TU19J9-190AU, NE6305TV19J9-190AU, NE6305T019J9-190AF, NE6305TS19J9-190AF, NE6305TT19J9-190AF, NE6305TU19J9-190AF, NE6305TV19J9-190AF, NE6305T019J9-190AE, NE6305TS19J9-190AE, NE6305TT19J9-190AE, NE6305TU19J9-190AE, NE6305TV19J9-190AE,NE63050018G1-1070F, NE63050S18G1-1070F, NE63050T18G1-1070F, NE63050U18G1-1070F, NE63050V18G1-1070F, NE63050018G1-1070E, NE63050S18G1-1070E, NE63050T18G1-1070E, NE63050U18G1-1070E, NE63050V18G1-1070E, NE63050018G1-1070D, NE63050S18G1-1070D, NE63050T18G1-1070D, NE63050U18G1-1070D, NE63050V18G1-1070D, NE63050018G1-1070B, NE63050S18G1-1070B, NE63050T18G1-1070B, NE63050U18G1-1070B, NE63050V18G1-1070B, NE63050018G1-1070U, NE63050S18G1-1070U, NE63050T18G1-1070U, NE63050U18G1-1070U, NE63050V18G1-1070U,

Palit GeForce RTX 30 (January 13th), Source: EEC

Source: EEC via @harukaze5719

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