Emtek, an Nvidia AIB partner based in South Korea, has launched a new custom RTX 3060 called the GeForce RTX 3060 Miracle. The card is a dual axial fan model and features a rather unique honey-comb design theme where one of the fan-shrouds is shaped like a single honey-comb cell. And the other shroud's air-flow holes are cut on it in the shape of small honeycombs that gives it the appearance of a hive. There is also a cartoony bee drawn around it to drive the point of the honey-comb theme home. The packaging box also features the same theme. The Emtek GeForce RTX 3060 Miracle is 245mm long and 138mm wide. It is 48mm thick making it close to a two and a half slot design.
Spec-wise the card appears to be identical to the reference specifications provided by Nvidia with a rated core boost clock of 1777 MHz. This could mean one of two things. Either Emtek is yet to update its website with the actual information or specifications provided could indeed be accurate. Either way, slight clock speed bumps on aftermarket variants don't generally lead to significant performance differences so it should not be a cause for concern.
In terms of display connectivity, the Emtek GeForce RTX 3060 Miracle features triple DisplayPorts and a single HDMI output. The card can be powered by a single 8-pin PCIe power connector. You can find more information related to the RTX 3060 Miracle here.