For a while now, we’ve been hearing that NVIDIA’s heavily anticipated GeForce RTX 30 Series will debut later this year. Well, it may be safe to start making bets, as Overclocking.com has provided an additional pillar of support with its latest story, which claims that the GeForce RTX 30 Series should be out in the Fall. According to its sources, the Founders Editions would be available first, in August, followed by third-party variants in September.
“Other information from our own sources allows us to think that Nvidia could announce its next RTX in the course of August,” the site reported. “Official availability would be immediate (Founders versions) and the first custom cards could arrive in September. This last information is at this moment cross-checked by 2 different sources. They could explain the current acceleration of the stock cleaning of the high-end Turing.”
“Obviously, it is appropriate as usual to take a step back on these rumors but we have taken care to specify that for Big Navi the leaker has so far proven to be reliable and that for Nvidia our own sources come from the European market within of two different brands.”
Speaking of AMD’s Big Navi, a user over at China’s Chiphell forums – Wjm47196 – mentioned that the first validation sample was only recently sent to Shanghai for driver development. Apparently, red team’s engineers haven’t even flown over there yet for testing, which, as Overclocking.com points out, would suggest that the recent rumors regarding Big Navi are total nonsense.