If you happen to have been trying to get your hands on an RTX 30 or Radeon RX 6000 at a “decent” price for over a year, it might be a good idea to give up the game and look to the future. In the end, AMD seems to have its new RDNA 3 architecture ready to put on a show, and in response, NVIDIA has also decided to bring its Ada Lovelace architecture forward a few months.
After all, everything indicates that the RTX 4090, 4080 and 4070 will hit shelves in the summer of 2022, most likely in July.
RTX 4070, 4080 and 4090 in July 2022? Is nearly!
Therefore, it was the renowned “leaker” Kopite7Kimi who submitted the information and referred to the third quarter of 2022, that is, the summer, when NVIDIA selected the date for the introduction of its new generation of graphics cards. Something very strange, because so far all the information indicated a release in the last quarter of next year.
But whether this information, the release date, is correct or not … One thing is certain, the new generation of graphics cards will mean a significant increase in performance!
In the end, the new architecture means an increase in performance that is greater than a simple duplication. However, this also means a very significant increase in power consumption, with some rumors pointing to a further doubling of the values. In other words, the new boards will be powerful, but also likely to be “warm” and power hungry. (Chances are you’ll need to change your power adapter!)
Besides, what do you think of all of this? Are you waiting for the new generation of graphics cards or are you still waiting for an RTX 30 to fall into your lap? Please let us know what you think in the comments below.