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Nvidia RTX 3000 series launch details leaked - A September launch is expected

Nvidia's RTX 3080 Ti to RTX 3060 GPUs are due to release this year

Nvidia RTX 3000 series launch details leaked - A September launch is expected

Nvidia RTX 3000 series launch details leaked - A September launch is expected

Nvidia's next-generation graphics cards are coming, bringing with them more performance, the company's enhanced Ampere architecture and high-end models which will deliver performance levels which will surpass both next-generation consoles. 

My Drivers has reported that Nvidia is due to release its first Ampere-powered graphics cards in September and that the company will have further hardware launches in October and November. These releases will mostly come before the release of the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5, allowing Nvidia to deliver next-generation performance to customers before the launch of these new gaming systems. 

Videocardz has also picked up on this rumour, pointing out that these launch timings closely match Turing's 2018 release schedule. Right now, Nvidia's RTX 3080 and 3080 Ti are expected to launch on September 17th, Nvidia's RTX 3070 is expected in October and Nvidia's RTX 3060 is expected in November. 

With a release in September, it is possible that Nvidia plans to reveal its Ampere architecture at Gamescom 2020, which will be hosted as an Online-Only event on August 27th. With this launch, Nvidia will likely focus on the success of DLSS 2.0, a feature which remains exclusive to RTX series products. 
 

Nvidia RTX 3000 series launch details leaked - A September launch is expected  
Nvidia has reportedly shipped its last RTX 2070 Super orders, which means that the company wants to deplete its RTX 20 series stocks at retailers. This typically means that a new hardware launch is coming, signalling the upcoming launch of new RTX series hardware. 

You can join the discussion on Nvidia's rumoured RTX 3000 series release dates on the OC3D Forums

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05-08-2020, 09:38:17

trawetSluaP
Much excite!Quote

05-08-2020, 10:40:48

Bagpuss
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These releases will mostly come before the release of the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5

Are they worried people will see they could buy an Xbox Series X & PS5 with a some games, for less than the cost of a 3080Ti....Quote

05-08-2020, 10:45:04

MiNo
Faster than consoles?

With a cost of 1-2 times the price of a entire console (you still need a fast PC) this better be WAAAAY faster to make any sense.

Assuming the GPU part of the console is half of it's total cost then a next gen console GPU is $250-$300.

What is then fair to expect of a new $999 - $1199 GPU?

I'd say around 3 times perfomance.Quote

05-08-2020, 11:06:09

trawetSluaP
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Originally Posted by MiNo View Post
Faster than consoles?

With a cost of 1-2 times the price of a entire console (you still need a fast PC) this better be WAAAAY faster to make any sense.

Assuming the GPU part of the console is half of it's total cost then a next gen console GPU is $250-$300.

What is then fair to expect of a new $999 - $1199 GPU?

I'd say around 3 times perfomance.
But consoles use custom made APUs which aren't directly comparable to a dedicated GPU.Quote

05-08-2020, 13:32:08

Avet
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Originally Posted by MiNo View Post
Faster than consoles?

With a cost of 1-2 times the price of a entire console (you still need a fast PC) this better be WAAAAY faster to make any sense.

Assuming the GPU part of the console is half of it's total cost then a next gen console GPU is $250-$300.

What is then fair to expect of a new $999 - $1199 GPU?

I'd say around 3 times perfomance.
You need to realize that both Sony and Microsoft are selling console hardware lower than the actual price. That is because they will get that money back from games. Nvidia needs to earn money from hardware only.

And I expect that PC will be a much better gaming experience.

It will be like it is now. Consoles get great looking games at 30 FPS and PC gets unlocked framerate and way more bells and whistles.Quote
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