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A handful of international retailers have begun listing GIGABYTE’s custom GeForce RTX 4090 graphics cards, indicating that NVIDIA’s next-generation flagship should be just around the corner. Vietnamese retailer Kccshop has confirmed three SKUs attributed to the WINDFORCE, GAMING OC, and AORUS MASTER brands, while Perth Computers & Office Supplies and Computers Perth, two Australian shops, have listed similar products. The prices in the Australian listings are presumably placeholders.

Image: Perth Computers & Office Supplies
Image: Computers Perth

Earlier rumors had claimed that NVIDIA is only planning to launch the GeForce RTX 4090 this year. The lack of other models here, such as the GeForce RTX 4080 and GeForce RTX 4070, suggest that might actually be true.

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7 comments

  1. Yea those prices are lala land worthy. I think Nvidia might be not releasing the lower sku's because they need to make them better to compete with what they think AMD is bringing to market.
  2. Remember that these are placeholder listings - the prices aren't real.
    Problem is they will be real. Nvidia has already said they are going to limit the amount of 4000 series sold by them and sent to AIB's for their card production. What we'll get is a limited amount on the market quickly snatched up by scalpers who then sell them for outrageous prices. Mining not even considered, prices will be scalped up whether we like it or not. All thanks to Nvidia manipulating the market with artificial supply shortages.
  3. Problem is they will be real. Nvidia has already said they are going to limit the amount of 4000 series sold by them and sent to AIB's for their card production. What we'll get is a limited amount on the market quickly snatched up by scalpers who then sell them for outrageous prices. Mining not even considered, prices will be scalped up whether we like it or not. All thanks to Nvidia manipulating the market with artificial supply shortages.
    Unfortunately I could see this happening.
  4. Fingers are crossed that scalpers get burned and have to eat a loss. I don't think it is worth the gamble with inflation high, employment under the water world wide. (Many people are under employed compared to what they had before.) And demand being just low for this generation of cards... not to mention actual competition from AMD (I hope!) we should be in a place to have decent prices on parts like video cards and CPU's... just clearly not motherboards. ;)

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