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NVIDIA can barely keep up with the demand of its current GeForce RTX 30 Series, but the latest rumors suggest that green team couldn’t care less and will be going so far as to release not one, but two new exciting GeForce product series in a single year.

According to Greymon55 and RedGamingTech, NVIDIA will launch the GeForce RTX 30 SUPER Series early next year. It’s unclear whether the announcement will include both desktop graphics cards and laptop GPUs, but CES 2022 is reportedly when the veil will be lifted on the new generation of SUPER. CES 2022 will take place from January 5 to January 8.

In our EXCLUSIVE info, we discuss RTX 30 SUPER, which has been rumored for a while for both desktop and mobile. We have exclusive info on both the expected performance of the RTX 30 SUPER as well as release date info. We discuss the alleged performance and the RTX 30 SUPER for both mobile (laptops) and desktop gaming GPU refresh. AMD are also rumored to be releasing an RDNA 2 refresh, so how much of a performance increase will we see for the RTX 30 SUPER and how could it compete against the alleged RX 6000 refresh?

Greymon55 goes on to claim that NVIDIA will also release its first next-generation GeForce RTX 40 Series graphics cards later in 2022. Those will reportedly launch in October and be based on a new architecture code named Lovelace that, unlike some of AMD’s upcoming RDNA 3 products, won’t leverage a multi-chip-module (MCM) design and remain monolithic.

All of these products will presumably sell out instantly regardless of how they’re priced. NVIDIA has seen what users are willing to pay even for mid-range graphics cards, so it’s scary to think what premium models like the GeForce RTX 4090 might be priced at.

Sources: Greymon55, RedGamingTech

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4 Comments

  1. This means nothing without improvement in availability.
    Unless your a miner. Then you can buy them in bulk.

  2. I know exactly how this is going to go:

    NVidia will release the super with a MSRP just below the TI line, and it will get rave reviews based on “value”. It still be completely unavailable after launch day, unless you’re paying 2x – 3x over msrp.

    hopefully it will launch with an improved LHR version, which, once it is broken,allow them to include an even more secure version in the 4k series

  3. Decisions, Decisions.

    I wish I could say I am hopeful that availability will be better by either January [I]OR[/I] October, but I am not. And I am not going to spend $2000 or more on a GPU. Won’t happen.

  4. [QUOTE=”Zarathustra, post: 41114, member: 203″]
    Decisions, Decisions.

    I wish I could say I am hopeful that availability will be better by either January [I]OR[/I] October, but I am not. And I am not going to spend $2000 or more on a GPU. Won’t happen.
    [/QUOTE]
    Given an appropriate improvement in performance, I’d pay 2k for a video card. Especially if I could actually order online or walk into a store and buy one. The problem I see is that if the 4090 is substantially faster than a 3090, the miners will just buy them all regardless of the price.

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