So Nvidia released the 3080 at $700, aimed at 4K gaming. The 3070 and 3060 Ti at $500 and $400 aimed at 1440p, and they all have 10/8/8 GB memory. Then Nvidia releases the 3060 (which according to their FPS charts, looks like 2070 level performance to me instead of the 2070 Super level I was expecting), aims it at 1080p60 RTX ON and gives it 12GB, prices it at $330. This is so stupid. They could've just made it 8GB, kept it $300 to be a true successor to the 1060 and 2060 instead of this weird price point that Nvidia messed with with the 16 series as well (the useless segmentation that doesn't help anyone, $220, $230, $280 $350 what is the point). Why, besides marketing ("oh this has 12GB vs 8GB this must be faster") , does this GPU which is aimed at 1080p gaming have 12GB GDDR6? Thoughts?