Gigabyte has just recorded 12 cards with the EEC, hot on the heels of the rumor mill pegging the release of NVIDIA’s next halo model, the RTX 3080 Ti, for May. (Eurasian Economic Commission). Before multiple product revisions from NVIDIA settled in what could be the cards’ final shape, Gigabyte had already recorded five such SKUs way back in December.
The 12 cards that have been submitted so far have 12 GB of memory and models that cover Gigabyte’s entire product range, from the top-of-the-line AORUS Waterblock RGB to a single-fan, blower-type TURBO model. The 12 GB GDDR6X memory over a 384-bit memory bus is confirmed by the specified specifications.