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Posted 10 March 2023

Palit GeForce RTX 3060 StormX 8GB £293.47 delivered @ Ebuyer

£293.47£349.9816% off
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  • GeForce RTX 3060
  • 8GB GDDR6
  • Boost Clock: 1777MHz
  • HDMI x 1 DP x 3

The GeForce RTX™ 3060 lets you take on the latest games using the power of Ampere-NVIDIA's 2nd generation RTX architecture. Get incredible performance with enhanced Ray Tracing Cores and Tensor Cores, new streaming multiprocessors, and high-speed G6 memory.
Palit GeForce RTX™ 3060 StormX: The incredibly small package contains the mighty power of a full-sized graphics card. With only 17cm in length, Palit StormX is perfect for small form factor system. Gamers can experience the 100% performance as a full-sized card while saving space and enjoy the portability.


Keep Silent while you are experiencing the multimedia application and general workload. The operating fans only occurs while working on heavier loading.


DrMOS, originally only available for high-end server CPUs, is now available in all its glory in the next generation of Palit graphics cards. DrMOS offers high current circuits, low noise operation, and effective reduction of heat generating.

Mini-ITX Form Factor Supported
With only 17cm in length, the model supports mini-ITX form factor system, perfect for small build lovers. Gamers can experience the mighty power of a full-sized graphics card while saving some space and enjoy the portability.

Palit's new ThunderMaster has thorough upgrade from the previous version. It has more user-friendly interface as well as more personalized settings. With ThunderMaster, you can control your video card from overclock setting, fan speed to LED effect. You can also monitor GPU status with ThunderMaster utility.

Honeycomb Bracket

The design of honeycomb bracket increases airflow by up to 15%, allowing the heat generated from GPU to be exhausted via the honeycomb design bracket. This enables more efficient cooling effects.
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  1. Moiz_UlHaq's avatar
    Arnt they all 12gb?
  2. Seanspeed's avatar
    This is such a bad deal. These are not the normal 3060's, these are the all-new Gimped Edition 3060's with less memory and bandwidth than the original. And this wouldn't even be a good deal for the normal 12GB 3060, much less a mini cooler version(which are basically always the worst versions out there).

    Sorry OP, but this should be freezing cold deal. Stop buying these overpriced products or else they're never going to properly reduce prices like they need to.
    Henno86's avatar
    Any easy way to see which is the OG 3060 and which are the gimped versions?
  3. Minstadave's avatar
    £50 more for the 6700XT is money very well spent.
    Maybe_Tomorrow's avatar
    YES SIR.
  4. warfish's avatar
    Are these single fan versions loud?
    Odo93's avatar
    I've got the rtx 3050 stormx. Not sure if they're using the exact same fan but mine starts spinning at 30% 1000rpm. It's good at 30% but it can get much louder if you're pushing it.
    If it's loud on a specific game I use nvidia control panel to set a max fps like 60fps and that keeps it quiet enough for me.

    I think experts have pointed out that you should go for a 12GB 3060 since it performs better.
  5. MrCynical's avatar
    This is a cripled 3060. As mentioned above, avoid - honestly.
    Unless space in the case is the single most important issue (this card is literally tiny for a 3060), stay clear.
  6. Maybe_Tomorrow's avatar
    I would just hold and wait n see for GeForce RTX 3060 12GB GDDR6X – GA104 pricing. There is a reason why people are trying to get rid of the worse variants of 3060.
    Seanspeed's avatar
    There's no need to wait. These GA104 3060's are gonna perform just like regular 3060's. Maybe in some rare workload that nobody uses they'll have big advantage, but they're generally all gonna be cut down to exactly 3060 specs and thus the silicon die it comes from wont be important at all.

    It has nothing to do with anybody selling these current 3060's. If there was motivation to get rid of these existing parts, they'd reduce prices, but Nvidia is refusing to do so, hence the ongoing terrible pricing and lack of real discounts.

    Bottom line - nobody should be buying any 30 or 40 series Nvidia products at all until they reduce prices to where they should be at this time. (edited)
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