NVIDIA GeForce RTX 5090 and ASUS ROG Ally 2 Could Be Unveiled at Computex 2024

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Computex 2024 is just around the corner and the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 5090 could be among the new products getting its debut there. As the next big trade show approaches rumors about new tech are beginning to circulate. Speculation for NVIDIA’s Blackwell GPUs has been simmering for months and commonality to them is the possibility of a launch sometime in 2024. Meanwhile, on the gaming handheld front, it sounds as if ASUS may debut its next offering. Computex Tapei 2024 runs from June 4 – 7.

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 5090

New rumors from MLID claim that an inside source has stated that NVIDIA might only launch one new card this year and it would be the GeForce RTX 5090. This rumor, at least in part, aligns with others that have been circulating for much of the last six months. Additionally, PCGamesN suggests that it could be a part of a repeated staggered release strategy that NVIDIA has done before. If true it’s speculated the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 5090 would be announced at Computex and then launched towards the end of 2024. Furthermore, in keeping with the release cycle of the RTX 40 Series, NVIDIA would then reveal the GeForce RTX 5080 at CES 2025, presumably launching in January 2025. The other tidbit (MLID via TweakTown) that has popped up is that NVIDIA could already be prepping a mobile RTX 5080 using the same die as the RTX 5090.

NVIDIA CEO, Jensen Huang is expected to present a keynote in Tapei two days ahead of Computex 2024 on June 2, and it’s possible the announcement could be made then. AMD CEO Lisa Su will be presenting a keynote on opening day June 4 with Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger presenting his keynote the following day on June 5.


Now rumors are just that, rumors but this one could be a stretch but anything is possible. It has been reported that ASUS has begun reaching out to media outlets this week as it prepares to announce new products. When asked about a possible ASUS ROG Ally 2 the electronics manufacturer has been mostly tight lipped about a new gaming handheld. VideoCardz has postulated this is due to wanting to present a big reveal at Computex.

Recent stories about the current ROG Ally 2023 gaming handheld damaging SD cards, with no fix in sight, fuel speculation that a new model with a different design addresing the issue could be on the way. It’s possible a ROG Ally 2024 model might also use the AMD Strix Point APU featuring a Zen5 processor with RDNA 3.5 graphics. However it is also said that the next model is expected to keep with AMD’s custom Z1 series processors so there’s a bit of gray area regarding what APU will be used.

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Peter Brosdahl
As a child of the 70’s I was part of the many who became enthralled by the video arcade invasion of the 1980’s. Saving money from various odd jobs I purchased my first computer from a friend of my dad, a used Atari 400, around 1982. Eventually it would end up being a lifelong passion of upgrading and modifying equipment that, of course, led into a career in IT support.

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