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The Nvidia RTX 2060, the second-most popular gaming graphics card in the world, will no longer be produced.
Graphics card manufacturer NVIDIA introduced the new generation RTX 4000 series graphics cards at the GeForce Beyond event held in the past months.
Announcing the RTX 4090, RTX 4080 12GB, and RTX 4080 16GB graphics cards as part of the event, NVIDIA is gradually ending its old models.
The company has decided to stop the production of the RTX 2060, known as the most budget-friendly graphics card of all time.
NVIDIA no longer provides microchips to manufacturers
Nvidia no longer ships RTX 2060 chips (including RTX 2060 Super and RTX 2060 12GB) to graphics card manufacturers in Asia and is asking them to limit their graphics card production in November.
Thanks to these cards, which have been on the market for three years and are loved by users, gamers were able to benefit from technologies such as Nvidia’s DLSS and ray tracing in low-budget games.
Cards produced with this processor will likely stay on the shelves for months until stocks last.