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New report says amd and nvidia gearing up to launch next gen gpus in september

According to the latest report, AMD and NVIDIA will launch their next-generation graphics cards in September. The news was provided by Taiwanese media DigiTimes in an article published yesterday.

DigiTimes explained that third-party GPU vendors are preparing to sell stocks of their previous generation graphics cards, with a view to launching AMD and NVIDIA's next-generation GPU series in September. DigiTimes reports that this will result in price cuts for currently available products to stimulate demand for new GPUs in the third quarter of 2020.

As VideoCardz pointed out, this wording is particularly instructive because it does not specifically refer to gaming GPUs. Considering that NVIDIA has already launched its Ampere Tensor Core in its GTC keynote earlier this month, only the next generation of Ampere GeForce gaming GPUs are left. This means that the version released in September is related to GeForce 3000 series graphics cards.

On the AMD side, the picture is a bit vague, because the next-generation GPU may refer to AMD's CDNA-based Arcturus `Radeon Instinct` GPU to compete with the recently announced NVIDIA A100, as well as the Big Navi gaming GPU promised by AMD. company. The end of 2020. Since AMD originally planned to launch Big Navi at Computex before the coronavirus pandemic disrupted its plans, an announcement in September seems likely, especially since Computex organizers plan to reschedule the event in the same month. In addition, the use of the term "release" indicates that the product will go on sale in September and may be advertised on the card for the first few months, probably sometime in the summer.

It is also worth considering that AMD and NVIDIA have launched new gaming GPU products for 10 months. Based on past release models, the timing of a new batch of graphics cards on the market seems ideal. market. The September release will coincide with the staggered release of the two companies in recent years, including the GeForce RTX 2000 series and newer Radeon RX cards.

We recommend handling this issue with the necessary caution without official confirmation from AMD and NVIDIA. If the report is accurate, it shouldn't be too far off.

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