Sunday, May 15th 2022

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40-series Arriving This July?

The next-generation NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40-series "Ada Lovelace" graphics cards could launch as early as July, according to a credible rumor by kopite7kimi. They mention the series debut in "Q3 early," (which implies July). A July debut could mean NVIDIA starts marketing these in earnest by later this month (Computex 2022). The company is expected to launch high-end SKUs first, followed by increasingly higher-volume SKUs in the performance and mid-range segments. A high-end debut could mean the launch of SKUs succeeding the RTX 3080 and RTX 3090 just two months from now.
Sources: kopite7kimi (Twitter), VideoCardz
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71 Comments on NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40-series Arriving This July?

#1
lexluthermiester
Maybe. I don't see 40series cards happening until fall at the earliest, but only NVidia knows for sure..
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#3
lexluthermiester
DarkswordPre-order your back-order.
Na, they'll likely actually have stock for this release.
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#4
R0H1T
Starting at just "600W" for the flagship halo 4090 Tie edition :nutkick:
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#5
Icon Charlie
DarkswordPre-order your back-order.
and then preorder that preorder and still you will see things get scalped.
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#6
Flydommo
I hotly anticipate a 2-slot version of the RTX 4070 with a TGP of around 300 Watts to replace my ageing GTX 1080 Ti. Hopefully, the upper mid-range cards will follow soon after the enthusiast range of graphic cards.
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#7
ModEl4
That's interesting, great news if true, after the late 3090Ti launch it seemed that it would be half a year awaiting for ada (September 2022)
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#8
DeathtoGnomes
lexluthermiesterNa, they'll likely actually have stock for this release.
thats some heavy speculation! did you steal my magic 8-ball?
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#9
The Quim Reaper
Ha, if you thought getting hold of a 3xxx card was bad, wait until you try to get a 4xxx series.

As well as all the early early adopters, you're going to be up against a frustrated army of users who have been unable to upgrade for the last 4yrs! since the 10xx & 20xx class GPU's.

..that is a huge backlog of orders.
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#10
medi01
DeathtoGnomesthats some heavy speculation! did you steal my magic 8-ball?
Given that instead of dropping prices on current line up, including Ti editions, it would set yet another world record on GPU MSRP, on top of obnoxious power consumption, I don't get why people care at this point.
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#11
wolf
Performance Enthusiast
Awesome, will have to see how the lineup of both camps look, I foresee wanting to jump into this gen given I'm targeting 4k120 now.
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#12
Vayra86
The Quim ReaperHa, if you thought getting hold of a 3xxx card was bad, wait until you try to get a 4xxx series.

As well as all the early early adopters, you're going to be up against a frustrated army of users who have been unable to upgrade for the last 4yrs! since the 10xx & 20xx class GPU's.

..that is a huge backlog of orders.
I thought those frustrated guys all went off to buy consoles by now?
And stopped gaming altogether.

But yeah, a bloodbath is likely :D
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#13
lexluthermiester
DeathtoGnomesthats some heavy speculation!
Not really. The shortage is falling off because manufacturing is not only catching up to demand but also because manufacturing is becoming more efficient and demand falling off.
DeathtoGnomesdid you steal my magic 8-ball?
What? No way man, you stole MY magic 8 ball!
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#14
Legacy-ZA
DeathtoGnomesthats some heavy speculation! did you steal my magic 8-ball?
Mmmmm, maybe, but if you look at the power requirements, these cards won't look as attractive to miners, not to mention that the memory doesn't seem to have changed, except for more GB?

Anyways, who knows, there is currently too much market manipulation from globalists, be it crypto or stocks, they haven't let these past few years' crises go to waste and it definitely didn't work out for the betterment of the average person around the globe.
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#15
gffermari
Even if it’s true, it won’t be easy to get one.
Miners, 1000,2000 gpu owners that couldn’t get a 3000 card and 3000 enthusiasts are waiting for them.

I may end up with a used 3000 card rather than waiting a year.
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#16
JAB Creations
They know they've lost the next generation even after:
  • Jacking the power up to ~600 watts or more on the 4090 and still losing.
  • Lying about 5nm being a 4nm by manipulating "refined 5nm" in to "4nm".
  • They don't have multiple-chip design because they got really comfortable selling to hashers who have never picked up a mining axe in their lives.
  • Releasing early would "compound our graphics leadership" to fool people who treat technology corporations like their local and regional sports teams.
  • Releasing another card during the Radeon RX 7000 series launch "to increase our performance leadership...over ourselves".
  • They only open-sourced part of their Linux drivers because the hackers released them a month ago and they wanted to wait long enough for people to conveniently forget.
  • They lied about "hash limiting" and then gave the quiet nod to hashers by releasing a "beta drivers" for the hashers to learn from in a flat-out lie to make it look like they weren't literally lying in all of their public relations.
If there is something that Nvidia can do to manipulate people they straight up will. AMD is far from perfect though I've never seen them go out of their way to actually screw consumers over.

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#17
ARF
JAB Creations
  • Releasing early would "compound our graphics leadership" to fool people who treat technology corporations like their local and regional sports teams.
Hopefully AMD will tease us with some prelaunch performance figures of the upcoming RX 7000 XT series in order to block users from considering nvidia's cards.
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#18
JAB Creations
ARFHopefully AMD will tease us with some prelaunch performance figures of the upcoming RX 7000 XT series in order to block users from considering nvidia's cards.
They will if the past two launches (that I've closely followed) are any indication. Are they biased? Yeah but not flat-out manipulations. I recall the rumors for the RX 7000 series is that the 7800XT will be 6900XT performance so they're introducing a new higher tier. I do think they need to have 12GB for 1080p, 16GB for 1440p and 24/32GB for 4K as I constantly see 3-4GB of my video RAM used just by regular nothing-to-do-with-games software sucking up the video RAM though I'm still looking forward to the launch. :)
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#19
ARF
JAB CreationsThey will if the past two launches (that I've closely followed) are any indication.
JAB CreationsI recall the rumors for the RX 7000 series is that the 7800XT will be 6900XT performance
JAB CreationsI'm still looking forward to the launch. :)
:) Well, it is even better: AMD Radeon RX 7700 XT to be Faster than Radeon RX 6900 XT at 2.8GHz: 22.9+ TFLOPs at ~250W [Rumor]
AMD Radeon RX 7700 XT to be Faster than Radeon RX 6900 XT at 2.8GHz: 22.9+ TFLOPs at ~250W [Rumor] | Hardware Times
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#20
TheDeeGee
Just before Proof of Stake, so everything will be sold to miners by the pallets.

Yes, i love my Nvidia cards, but this is a disgusting move.
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#21
Bomby569
lexluthermiesterNa, they'll likely actually have stock for this release.
A lot of decision making heads in the business already told us the shortage will continue at least until 2023.
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#22
TheDeeGee
gffermariEven if it’s true, it won’t be easy to get one.
Miners, 1000,2000 gpu owners that couldn’t get a 3000 card and 3000 enthusiasts are waiting for them.

I may end up with a used 3000 card rather than waiting a year.
$650 (still way high for 2 years old tech) i'm willing to pay for a Asus Rog Strix RTX 3070, but they're still at $850.
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#23
Bomby569
TheDeeGeeJust before Proof of Stake, so everything will be sold to miners by the pallets.

Yes, i love my Nvidia cards, but this is a disgusting move.
that proof of stake is supposed to happen this time? or be delayed like the other 100 times before?
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#24
ARF
The Radeons show lower bitcoin mining performance figures but still they are sold at very high scalping-type levels.
Why do the retailers try to sell slower for mining Radeons at such unbelievable premiums?

Radeon RX 6800 XT 16 GB is still around 930 eur, when the expected retail price at this point in time is around 500-600 eur..
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#25
wolf
Performance Enthusiast
Man what is even happening in this thread, it's becoming a toxic Nvidia hatred dumping ground.

I am in awe of how many people here have a crystal ball.
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