It looks like Nvidia will soon introduce another graphics card under the its new “RTX” series. Dubbed the “RTX 2060”, Nvidia’s new graphics card is expected to be launched sometime in early 2019. Leaks have recently surfaced regarding the logo of the aforementioned graphics card, which somewhat confirms the existence of the RTX 2060.
The leak—which came from HardwareLuxx’s Andreas Schilling—shows the alleged official logo of the RTX 2060, which apparently was obtained from Nvidia’s internally circulated marketing material. Unsurprisingly, the leaked logo of the RTX 2060 looks very similar to the logo of Nvidia’s other RTX graphics cards.
#GeForceRTX2060 for desktop is real! (For those who still had doubts) Marketing material for the smallest #Turing expansion is arriving at the manufacturers marketing divisions. Beside 6 GB of #GDDR6 I can not confirm any tech specs. Stay tuned for the second week of January! pic.twitter.com/xaorlA6JLd
— Andreas Schilling (@aschilling) December 16, 2018
What is surprising, however, is the fact that the 2060 is branded under the RTX series. This, of course, give the indication that it may come with “RT Cores” which—for those who are unaware—means that the graphics card has Ray Tracing capabilities. In addition, whilst not stated with the leaked logo, folks at VideoCardz has mentioned that the RTX 2060 may come with 1,920 CUDA cores and 6GB GDDR6 memory (read more about this here).
It’ll be interesting to see just how well the RTX 2060 will perform upon its release in a couple of months (hopefully). We’ve recently wrote an article regarding the alleged performance of the aforementioned graphics card running Final Fantasy XV. Regardless, we do advice our dear readers to take this one with a grain of salt, as always.