Graphics card prices are steadily declining, but you might want to resist buying one if you can hold out a little longer. That’s because the next generation of Nvidia GPUs are just months away, according to a mentor with a solid track record.
Twitter user kopite7kimi posted today that the Nvidia RTX 4090 will arrive in mid-July, After initially telling his followers that the card based on Ada LovelaceIt can start in “Q3”. This is earlier than we expected, Considering that most of the signs mentioned the RTX 40-series cards arriving in September or October. FArrange, I’m skeptical that chip anything– Relevant can be on schedule, not less than before.
We should, as always, too Warn our readers not to be skeptical about these types of claims. While this particular leak has been accurate in the past, we don’t know where this “leak” came from, and Nvidia hasn’t given us a firm timeline for its RTX 40 series. We’ve reached out to the company and will update this article if we hear back.
It’s not clear what event Nvidia will target if this mid-June window is accurate. Computex, an annual computer fair in Taiwan, starts on May 24th, While Gamescom is on August 24th. There isn’t much going on between these events unless Nvidia hosts its own default reveal. Nvidia has been confirmed to have a keynote at Computex, and GeForce Vice President Jeff Fisher will appear.
“Nvidia and our partners will be announcing new developments and products on both the enterprise and consumer fronts at the show,” said Fisher about Computex, suggesting we could get a teaser of the upcoming graphics cards as early as next week.
What do we know about these upcoming RTX 40-series cards today? Not much. At least, not officially. The cards are based on the Ada Lovelace architecture, and the flagship RTX 4090 is rumored to feature 16,128 CUDA cores and 24GB of GDDR6X memory at 21Gbps. It is said to run at 450 watts, and Kopite7kimi suggests it is 2x more powerful than the RTX 3090 (we have strong doubts about this one), which has a 350W TDP. We’ve also read that an RTX 4090 Ti could go up to a 600W TDP and that the flagship card entered the testing phase in April.
We can say with confidence that Nvidia will follow up on previous releases by start At the top, it released its most powerful cards (RTX 4090, 4080 and 4070) before moving on to more budget-friendly options. The first batch will be expensive and a lack of supplies seems inevitable, but it is worth the wait, If only it was to help you The last generation card crashes at a lower price (hopefully).
For its part, AMD is preparing to release RDNA 3-based graphics cards later this year, putting it on a collision course with its long-standing opponent.
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