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GeForce RTX 40 Graphics Cards Featuring Ada Lovelace GPUs Rumored For Early Q3 Launch


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The latest rumor regarding the launch happening in Early Q3 2022 comes once again from leaker, Kopite7kimi. While we had previously heard about a Q3 2022 launch and September being a likely launch timeframe for next-gen cards, it looks like that may change and the launch could take place between July and August 2022.

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NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 40 series graphics cards based on the next-generation Ada Lovelace GPUs may launch much earlier than...

 

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Nope, happy to skip Fermi 3.0 if the power rumors are true.

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9 minutes ago, Sir Beregond said:

Nope, happy to skip Fermi 3.0 if the power rumors are true.

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Reactor meltdown bip bip bip :lachen::wheee:💥:misc_exclamation:

 

Probably gonna run out of power supply stock  with all the overated one around.

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11 hours ago, bonami2 said:

Reactor meltdown bip bip bip :lachen::wheee:💥:misc_exclamation:

 

Probably gonna run out of power supply stock  with all the overated one around.

Waiting to see who tries to run too much off of one outlet. 😂

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5 hours ago, Sir Beregond said:

Waiting to see who tries to run too much off of one outlet. 😂

 

...good thing I still have a couple of these in storage (2600W / via 2 PSUs and OC Link). Also, HWBot tip for home user: washer / dryer in the laundry room have some real nice power...

 

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As to the "4090", this seems to be a much more differentiated card from the 4080 compared to the 3090/Ti and 3080/Ti in the current gen. It also leaves lots of room for RTX 4K  in-between models at/near the top end...Super Ti anyone ?

 

 

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1 hour ago, J7SC_Orion said:

 

...good thing I still have a couple of these in storage (2600W / via 2 PSUs and OC Link). Also, HWBot tip for home user: washer / dryer in the laundry room have some real nice power...

 

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As to the "4090", this seems to be a much more differentiated card from the 4080 compared to the 3090/Ti and 3080/Ti in the current gen. It also leaves lots of room for RTX 4K  in-between models at/near the top end...Super Ti anyone ?

 

 

30-series has kind of been an outlier in typical chip tiering and branding from Nvidia over the last decade post-Fermi.

 

My guess is due to being on Samsung 8nm. They really were trying to squeeze out what they could. There's no way they were going to get away with a 3080 on GA-104 this round after Turing.

 

Otherwise, all the x80 non-Ti cards have been mid-range chips going back to the 680 with the exception of the 780, but it was heavily cut down. I suspect moving to a better TSMC process (I think 6nm if I recall from the rumors?) my guess is they can start segmenting the 80 class card down again. The biggest giveaway is the 16GB rumor. Back to 256-bit for the 80 card which would be the same as the 2080, 2080 Super, 1080, 980, 680.

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