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    Nvidia GPUs: Is it worth buying Nvidia RTX 3000 Graphics Cards at MSRP right now?

    The fact that numerous graphics cards of Nvidia and AMD have dropped below their MSRPs for the first time since their introduction is wonderful news. Demand for Nvidia’s Ampere and AMD’s rDNA 2 GPUs is diminishing due to the perfect storm of a cryptocurrency crash and the current generation’s natural life coming to an end. Although the thing that many of us have been waiting for over the past two years has arrived, now is not the greatest time to upgrade your graphics card.

    The GeForce RTX 3090 Ti, for example, may be found for roughly $1,800 at some stores, which is $200 less than the $2,000 MSRP. The RTX 3080 Ti, AMD Radeon RX 6950 XT, and AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT have all seen their prices decrease below their initial listing costs.

    For the past two years, we’ve been waiting for GPU prices to stabilize, but the red and green teams haven’t been sitting around doing anything. Both Nvidia’s Ada Lovelace and AMD’s rDNA 3 are due out before the end of the year—possibly as early as September—and both claim major improvements over the current version.

    It’s worth noting that the RTX 4000 series is still a mystery, and the RTX 5000 may be the name

    The technical specifications for the RTX 4000 series GPU models have already been disclosed. Ada Lovelace GPUs will incorporate the latest 4th Generation Tensor and 3rd Generation ray-tracing cores, significantly improving DLSS and ray tracing performance.

    The Nvidia Ada Lovelace AD102 GPU (most likely RTX 4090) will feature up to 12 Graphics Processing Clusters (GPCs), which is 70% more than the GA102 (RTX 3090Ti), which only has 7. The new AD102 GPU will have twice as many GPCs and ROPs as the GA102, as well as 50 percent more cores and 16 times more L2 cache. The forthcoming RTX 4000 series GPUs are planned to employ the TSMC 4N production node. The RTX 4000 series GPUs are expected to be the first to break the 600W TDP barrier, according to rumors.

    The RTX 4090 will be Nvidia’s top GPU in the Lovelace series. According to notable tech expert and leaker kopite7kimi, this GPU could be two times more powerful than the RTX 3090. He went on to suggest that the ‘PG137/139-SKU330’ (which will use the GPU ‘AD102-300’) might have a TDP of over 600 watts and 21Gbps of 24GB GDDR6X VRAM. On the RTX 4090, there is a 12-pin PCIe Gen 5 power port.

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