The GPU-Rumor site Videocardz, which is almost always right, has collected a lot of information about upcoming Nvidia GPUs in the last weeks. Allegedly Nvidia has recently presented a new GPU roadmap to its board partners, which shows planned products until January 2021. For the first time, this roadmap also shows many mid-range cards, which should already be sufficiently dimensioned for typical 4K projects.
As already longer well-known, still before Christmas (and the RTX 3060) on 2 December a RTX 3060Ti is to appear, which corresponds to a slightly abgespeckte RTX 3070. It is delivered with 8GB DDR6/256 bits and differs from the RTX 3070 primarily by fewer CUDA Cores (4864 instead of 5888 Cores).
There is genuine pieces of news then in January 2021, because here then the middle class models RTX3060/3050Ti/3050 are to appear, which are to be integrated in the price structure from 150 euro to 450 euro. The RTX 3060 will have "only" a 192 bits memory interface, for it are beside 6GB also surprisingly versions with 12 GB DDR6 RAM in the discussion. One finds maximally 6GB with 192 bits then with the RTX 3050Ti and the smallest RTX3050 comes even only with 4GB/128 bits.
Performance-hungry Nvidia users might the beginning of the year likewise please: Because in January is in addition one RTX3080 Ti to become available. This might land in the achievement probably only scarcely behind a RTX3090, costs however "only" 1,000 instead of 1,500 dollar. The memory is attached as with the RTX3080 with 320 bits, however contrary to this from 10 to pragmatic 20GB increased. For video editors with view of 8K options this map might be worth therefore still something patience, particularly since the 10GB RTX3080 is available up-to-date only with difficulty, and/or very overpriced.