ASUS officially launched its new graphics cards lineup, based on the newly available NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 graphics card. The lineup includes cards within the brand’s Dual, TUF Gaming, and ROG Strix series.
In total, ASUS will be selling four variants of the RTX 3060: a standard Dual RTX 3060, plus factory overclocked versions of the Dual, TUF Gaming, and ROG Strix version of the card.
Regardless of the model, all RTX 3060 are based on NVIDIA’s GA106 Ampere GPU architecture, come with 12GB GDDR6 graphics memory, and supports the latest PCIe 4.0 interface. DisplayPort 1.4a outputs are standardised at three ports per card, while HDMI 2.1 ports differ with each model. On that note, Dual RTX 3060 cards come with one HDMI 2.1 output, while RTX 3060 cards under the TUF Gaming and ROG Strix lineup all feature two ports.
That aside, the RTX 3060 has a standard base clock of 1320MHz and boost clock of 1770MHz, but again, the latter is different for each card.
Pricing for ASUS’ RTX 3060 graphics cards starts at RM1990 for the non-OC Dual, RM2150 for the Dual OC, RM2460 for the TUF Gaming RTX 3060, and RM2670 for the ROG Strix RTX 3060 Gaming OC. The cards should already be available at all authorised resellers and PC shops but as things currently are with the global chip shortage, some of these shops may not sell you the card without a purchase-with-purchase (PWP).