Nvidia wants you to replace your old GTX 1060 already for 1080p gaming. That’s no surprise, considering that graphics processor has been around since 2016.
The company hopes its AI-driven DLSS upscaling (for faster frame rates at a given resolution) will be more attractive in the new entry-level RTX 3060 than it ever did in the meh RTX 2060 line it replaces. It’s not a bad bet; DLSS had severe performance drawbacks in the Turing generation of GPUs, but the 30-series’ silicon makes it worth it on occasion. Unfortunately, right…
Source CNET Computer News