It seems that NVIDIA isn’t done with its RTX 3000 series releases yet, as a 20GB RTX 3080 Ti and 12GB RTX 3060 may be on the way.
As PCGamesN reports, Twitter user HXL had spotted those cards being listed on ASUS’ graphics card support page, although they’ve since been taken down. Also listed were what seemed to be the overclocked versions of those cards.
For comparison, the regular RTX 3080 only has 10GB of VRAM, while the RTX 3060 Ti has 8GB. In addition, the RTX 3070 has 8GB of VRAM, which puts it behind the 12GB RTX 3060 in that category.
Rumours of the 12GB RTX 3060 first surfaced in November from MyDrivers (via PC Gamer). VideoCardz reported on the same day that a roadmap provided by NVIDIA to board partners said that both the 12GB RTX 3060 and the RTX 3080 Ti would release in January. The VideoCardz article also said that there were plans to launch two other cards in the form of the RTX 3050 and RTX 3050 Ti.