Nvidia GeForce RTX 40 series might get announced as early as July

    Nvidia may push up the release date of their next-generation RTX 40 range to get a jump on AMD, which is also planning new GPUs later this year. So far, leakers have teased enormous generational performance increases and TGPs saturating the new PCIe 5 power connectors, but the cost is unknown.


    Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 40 series could be released in early Q3 according to trusted GPU leaker kopite7kimi. While only a rumour at this time, it suggests that the much-anticipated GPU portfolio could be unveiled as early as July.

    Nvidia had unveiled its GeForce RTX 20 Super range on July 2, 2019, with the first RTX 30-series graphics cards following in early September 2020

    The Ada Lovelace architecture lies at the heart of Nvidia’s RTX 40 series, which will most likely be manufactured on TSMC’s N4 manufacturing node. The RTX 4090, RTX 4080, and RTX 4070 are expected to be the first versions to be released, with more cheap cards following a few months later.

    Some third-party cards may include two 16-pin power connectors, allowing enthusiasts to push the power limit even higher for overclocking. The reference RTX 4090 is also rumored to come with a whopping 600W TGP, while some third-party cards may include two 16-pin power connectors, allowing enthusiasts to push the power limit


    The RTX 4080 is expected to feature the AMD AD103 GPU with 16GB GDDR6X memory and a 400W TGP. The RTX 4070 would have an AD104 GPU, 12GB of GDDR6 RAM, and a low-power TGP of 300W.

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