With the shortages, I sadly haven’t had the chance to check out any of the latest generation of cards from Gigabyte to see what is new their way. But I did recently happen to receive their RTX 3060 Eagle 12G. The Eagle is an interesting one to have come in because while that product line came out last year and covers the 2000 series and the 1600 series of cards I haven’t had the chance to check one out yet. They are a little more budget-focused which is the opposite of what I’ve been seeing this generation with some companies taking advantage of the unprecedented demand to bring out higher-cost cards. It still has features that you expect to see from Gigabyte like their Windforce cooling so I am excited to see how it performs. Let’s check it out!

Product Name: Gigabyte RTX 3060 Eagle 12G

Review Sample Provided by: Gigabyte

Written by: Wes Compton

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Specifications

Graphics Processing

GeForce RTX™ 3060

Core Clock

1777 MHz

CUDA® Cores

3584

Memory Clock

15000 MHz

Memory Size

12 GB

Memory Type

GDDR6

Memory Bus

192 bit

Memory Bandwidth (GB/sec)

360 GB/s

Card Bus

PCI-E 4.0 x 16

Digital max resolution

7680x4320@60Hz

Multi-view

4

Card size

L=242 W=124 H=41 mm

PCB Form

ATX

DirectX

12 Ultimate

OpenGL

4.6

Recommended PSU

550W

Power Connectors

8 pin*1

Output

DisplayPort 1.4a *2

HDMI 2.1 *2

Accessories

Quick guide

 

Before diving into everything I do always take a look with GPUz to double-check that the listed specifications match up with what I am getting in my testing. I also want to give some reference to the overall clock speeds that this and other RTX 3060’s that I have tested are all at. So the 3060 Eagle and the EVGA RTX 3060 XC Black are both reference clocked cards so they come in at 1777 MHz which GPUz below confirms that. Then the MSI Gaming X Trio is an overclocked card at 1852 MHz.

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