PALIT, well renowned for their shitty entry level aftermarket graphics card solutions and among NVIDIA’s top bitches when it comes to the exclusivity of providing aftermarket solutions for their products has been rather busy of late submitting various upcoming GeForce RTX graphics cards to the EEC (Eurasian Economic Commission) as well as various CMP HX mining processors because of course these dirtbags are in on collecting those crypto shekels.
Now we’ve already previously seen EEC listings of the 3080 Ti and 3050 Ti indicating that a paper launch is just around the corner for NVIDIA’s segmentation rage boner.
The good goys over at Videocardz have kindly compiled the respective product codes from the EEC listing to a respective NVIDIA product SKU.
Judging PALIT’s EEC listing however shows that the company is leading moreso towards the RTX 3050 Ti with 25 instances of it appearing which makes perfect sense considering it’s a garbage, small entry-level product that despite being based on Ampere will probably be so damn shit that cryptocurrency miners wouldn’t want to touch it.
So I guess in that case the gaymers can finally have a win over miners, with somewhat similar performance to that of a GTX 1060 which launched five years ago. B-But at least it’ll have RTX!
The EEC listing also shows just five instances of the RTX 3080 Ti, twenty cases of the 3070 Ti and sadly NVIDIA’s cancerous scam CMP mining processors make their debut with PALIT having submitted three individual product codes for the CMP 30HX which we’ve already seen on the retail market alongside six cases of the yet to be seen CMP 40HX mining processor.
Also in the EEC listing we’re also given the CMP 50HX and 90HX mining processors of which there are six product codes for the CMP 50HX and six instances of the 90HX.
It should be mentioned that an individual product code submitted to the EEC does not dictate that PALIT intend to actually release the same amount of individual SKU’s or anything of the sort.
It’s a good thing to note that such a garbage AIB company are putting focus where they “should” be. Primarily towards garbage entry level cards that provide little to no actual incentive to purchase if you’ve bought a PC within the last half a decade along with a heavy emphasis on CMP mining processors.