New media reports suggest that RTX 2060 Turing may use TU106 chip. There are Nvidia’s GeForce RTX ‘Turing’ graphics cards almost up to the road, and for the time being the GTX 2080 and GTX 2080 Ti would come out, although we still don’t know anything about the RTX 2060 (or GTX 2060) mortgage, since the latter seems to get some information from HWiNFO.
HWiNFO offers support for an unannounced Nvidia Turing chip, the TU106. The thing we know so far is that the first officially announced models of the RTX series are based on TU102 (RTX 2080 Ti) and TU104 (RTX 2080, RTX 2070). So it seems that the RTX 2060 (or GTX 2060) has used a new chip called TU106, obviously a little more modest than TU102 and TU104.
These additions to HWiNFO must be received with tweezers, as they recently speculated support for NVIDIA’s Volta microarchitecture, known today as Turing. However, it didn’t prevent others from speculating further, as in the case of 3DCenter, that gives its best estimates of what the TU106 might look like in terms of matrix size, shaders, TMUs and so on.
Since TSMC’s 7nm node is most likely concerned about Apple iPhone production by the end of this year, it is possible that NVIDIA will use the same 12nm FinFET process that is used to produce TU102 and TU104. Because this GPU segment is the basis for NVIDIA’s gross revenue, it is possible to see an announcement of the availability of these cards by the end of the fourth quarter of 2018.