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Nvidia Reinforces Commitment to Geforce RTX 3060 Amidst Market Competition

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Nvidia Reinforces Commitment to Geforce RTX 3060 Amidst Market Competition

In a move that reaffirms its commitment to a diverse user base, Nvidia continues to invest in its Geforce RTX 3060 graphics card, the world's most popular choice according to Steam's hardware statistics. Despite a significant drop in usage over the past month, the RTX 3060 maintains its lead, found in 5.04% of surveyed users' computers.

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Nvidia's Steadfast Commitment to RTX 3060

Nvidia is not just holding on to its RTX 3060, but is actively encouraging manufacturers to introduce newer, more affordable models with 12 GB of memory. This initiative aims to reach a price point below 2,000 yuan in China, equivalent to approximately 2,900 SEK. To put this in perspective, the current most affordable 12 GB models are priced around 3,700 SEK in Sweden, where the value-added tax is nearly double that of China (25% compared to 13%).

Onda Joins Nvidia's Initiative

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Onda, a leading manufacturer, has become the first to align with Nvidia's initiative. The company has launched a graphics card priced at 1,900 yuan in China, demonstrating a commitment to affordable technology and broadening access to superior graphics capabilities.

The Competition: AMD's Radeon RX 6750 XT

The decision to continue investing in the RTX 3060, rather than focusing exclusively on the RTX 4000 series, is believed to be influenced by the demand for AMD's Radeon RX 6750 XT with 10 or 12 GB of memory. Nvidia's strategic move ensures it continues to provide a competitive product in the graphics card market.

Other Noteworthy Tech News

In other technology news, two NAS products have been identified with critical vulnerabilities, prompting a call for users to install the latest updates. In the gaming industry, the importance of selecting the right TV for console and PC gaming is emphasized, along with the anticipated turnaround in the computer industry by early 2024, thanks to AI. Lastly, Not From Concentrate is poised to introduce a smaller Playstation 5 Slim model, adding to the fervor of the ever-evolving gaming landscape.

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