NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 And 4050 Graphics Cards Filing Appears On EEC.

The Eurasian Economic Commission, otherwise known as the EEC, has for the longest time, been the place where any indication of potentially new and upcoming PC components, such as NVIDIA’s and AMD’s newest GPUs, will appear. Case in point, fillings for the GeForce RTX 4060 and RTX 4050 were recently made to the body.

The surprising part of this is that the filings of the RTX 4060 and 4050 weren’t made by the usual suspects (i.e. Gigabyte, ASUS, MSI, etc.). Instead, the EEC filings were made by the Chinese company, the Shangke Group. Now, the name of the company is undoubtedly unfamiliar to many, but the company does own two companies that actually make graphics cards and you’ve probably heard of those brands: Maxsun and Soyo.

(Image source: EEC.)

Specifically, the RTX 4060 and 4050 are simply listed in the “Name of Product” tab of Shangke Group’s EEC page. Upon closer inspection, the RTX 4070 is also present on the list, although we think that this is simply a broad description of the GPU series, meaning that it envelops both the Ti and non-Ti versions of the GPU.

For another matter, this is the first time that any mention of the RTX 4050’s potential existence has ever popped up, but just as before, neither details nor specifications of the GPU have made their way online. As for the RTX 4060, the only rumour we’ve heard about it thus far is that it could consume more power than the RTX 3070. Beyond that, every other rumour has surrounded the RTX 4060 Ti.

On that note, there is still no word or any indication as to when NVIDIA intends to launch the RTX 4060 Ti. That being said, the latest rumours seem to have its potential launch date narrowed down to sometime during the first half of this year. Additionally, it is possible that NVIDIA could launch the card in tandem with the RTX 4070, but only time will tell.

(Source: EEC, Videocardz)

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