Tuesday, January 12th 2021

Gainward Announces GeForce RTX 3060 GHOST and Pegasus Graphics Cards

As the leading brand in enthusiastic graphics market, Gainward proudly presents the new NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 - Gainward GeForce RTX 3060 Ghost series and Gainward GeForce RTX 3060 Pegasus series. With its efficient, high-performance architecture and the second generation of NVIDIA RTX, the GeForce RTX 3060 brings amazing hardware raytracing capabilities and support for NVIDIA DLSS and other technologies.

Like all RTX 30 Series GPUs, the RTX 3060 supports the trifecta of GeForce gaming innovations: NVIDIA DLSS, NVIDIA Reflex and NVIDIA Broadcast, which accelerate performance and enhance image quality. Together with real-time raytracing, these technologies are the foundation of the GeForce gaming platform, which brings unparalleled performance and features to games and gamers everywhere.
Gainward GeForce RTX 3060 Ghost series comes with a dual-fan cooler design and RGB lighting, RTX 3060 Pegasus comes with a single-fan cooler design and also with RGB lighting on the top of VGA.

Both two cooler design provide low acoustic level even under heavy-loading gaming environment as well as "Zero RPM" feature. Gainward GeForce RTX 3060 Ghost OC and Gainward GeForce RTX 3060 Pegasus OC are factory over-clocked, it brings extra frame rate for the most demanding gaming enthusiasts, users will experience a whole new class of the performance enhanced 4K gaming environment with it.
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6 Comments on Gainward Announces GeForce RTX 3060 GHOST and Pegasus Graphics Cards

#1
watzupken
Wow, this is a 170W card and I wonder if the single fan mini version is going to be able to keep up with the heat. Great for people looking for a small graphic card, but I don't think it will cool the card sufficiently to let it run at its full potential.
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Firedrops
I like how there's finally new "true" ITX cards, and a lot of them.
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Caring1
Isn't the entire 3 series ghost cards?
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Post Nut Clairvoyance
Caring1
Isn't the entire 3 series ghost cards?
Asrock calls it "phantom" gaming instead on AMD side of things
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Th3pwn3r
watzupken
Wow, this is a 170W card and I wonder if the single fan mini version is going to be able to keep up with the heat. Great for people looking for a small graphic card, but I don't think it will cool the card sufficiently to let it run at its full potential.
I have only ever purchased one video card with a single cooling fan over the course of 22 years AND I only purchased it as a backup for trouble shooting in case my normal GPU bit the dust. I have always thought single fan cooling solutions on video cards were junk and I pretty much always see cards with only a single fan as junk personally. However, as things become more efficient I may have to change my train of thought.
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