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Nvidia's reportedly discontinuing its high-end RTX 20 series graphics cards

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Nvidia's reportedly discontinuing its high-end RTX 20 series graphics cards

Nvidia's reportedly discontinuing its high-end RTX 20 series graphics cards

According to news from IT Home, Nvidia has started to discontinue its RTX 20 series of graphics cards, reportedly lowering or ending the production of its high-end RTX 2070, RTX 2070 Super, RTX 2080 Super and RTX 20 Ti graphics cards. 

Nvidia's lowering RTX 20 series production rates are a clear sign that the company is preparing to launch its next-generation graphics cards. This will give Nvidia's AIB partners and retailers and opportunity to clear their stocks of existing RTX series graphics cards. 

Right now, Nvidia's next-generation graphics cards are reportedly targeting a September/October launch window. Based on this list of discontinued graphics cards; it looks like Nvidia isn't planning to replace its RTX 2060 with their initial RTX 30 series product line. Like Turing, Nvidia's initial RTX 30 lineup will target the high-end of the PC market. 

With AMD targeting a late 2020 release timeframe for its RDNA 2 series of products, late 2020 is set to be a crazy time for the PC market, as the GPU landscape will is due to be more competitive than it has been for over half a decade. That should be great news for consumers.
  

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