Originally reported in early June, Wccftech suggested that the launches of NVIDIA’s RTX 4000 series GPUs (RTX 4090 RTX 4080 And RTX 4070) had all been delayed by a month, causing them to be moved to new versions, respectively, to be staggered between September, October, and November. Videocardz said its own sources confirmed the same delays.

Videocardz further states that: the launch of a brand new Nvidia GPU was scheduled for the end of May, but that his release has now been postponed to an unknown date. Reportedly, the GTX 1630, the cheapest card, is ready to be packaged, but an embargo on the announcement was suddenly changed by NVIDIA at the last minute. The reason, according to the portal, is, as is usual in this historical period, the lack of components.

These rumors suggest that NVIDIA will launch its next-generation GPUs just before AMD plans to launch its own line of video cards. Radeon RX 7000 slated to debut in the fourth quarter of this year. AMD introduces its new architecture RDNA 3 with these cards, which should hopefully improve performance in Ray Tracing workloads while providing better efficiency than RDNA 2 GPUs (same architecture on both Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5).

Intel also plans to launch its first mid-range consumer GPUs by the end of the summer. The Arc 5 and Arc 7 GPUs were recently delayed, although the company still plans to roll them out between July and August of this year. From what has been shown so far, the new Intel GPUs will allow gamers to play the most important competitive video games with dignity in Full HD resolution. We also know that MSI is planning a Desktop PC, with Intel’s new graphics cards on board. We’ve talked about it in this article.

Source: Lega Nerd

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