NVIDIA GeForce RTX 5090 and 5080 Are Launching in Q4 2024, Board Partners Say

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The GeForce RTX 5090 and GeForce RTX 5080, NVIDIA’s next rumored flagship gaming GPUs, will be launching before the end of this year, during the fourth quarter, according to board card manufacturers. NVIDIA released its current flagship gaming GPU, the GeForce RTX 4090, on October 12, 2022, for $1,599.

The word from money.udn.com:

  • “Huida’s latest RTX 50 series graphics cards will be unveiled in the fourth quarter.”
  • “Initially, they will focus on top-end and high-end 5090 and 5080 product lines.”
  • “The legal person is optimistic that the launch of Huida’s biennial GPU refresh will help board card manufacturers ship shipments this year and will drive up the average unit price (ASP) of graphics card products.”

Some popular insiders are echoing this theory:

GeForce RTX 50 Series rumored specs include:

  • Blackwell architecture
  • GDDR7 memory
  • 512-bit memory bus for top models
  • Up to 192 Streaming Multiprocessors (24, 576 cores)

money.udn.com also noted:

…the top-level graphics card RTX 4090…was sold out in November last year because the U.S. government did not want the card to be used in the AI ​​field. The export ban caused the price of 4090 graphics cards to skyrocket. In some Asian countries, prices soared by 60%. It was not until February this year that prices began to drop steadily.


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Tsing Mui
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