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A new report indicates that NVIDIA is set to announce its highly anticipated Ampere architecture at this month's GPU Technology Conference.
As we all know, the event was canceled due to concerns about the coronavirus, so this did not go as planned. This makes many people wonder when we can hear NVIDIA's next-generation GeForce RTX graphics card.
According to a new report from Tweak Town, NVIDIA was originally scheduled to release the Quadro RTX card last week and plans to release the GeForce RTX 3000 series later this year, mimicking the 2018 Turing card release cycle.
Tweak Town It estimates that NVIDIA now plans to release the Ampere Quadro RTX GPU in June or July, and the GeForce RTX 3000 graphics card will be released later. The suggestion is that this year's Computex 2020 conference has been postponed to September and will become a place where NVIDIA is fully committed to the next generation of RTX GPUs.
Simply put, NVIDIA will release the GPU around August and release it in September. The September
release means that third-party partners will have enough time to prepare custom GeForce RTX 3000 series GPU models for Computex 2020 in time.
As the industry shifts to the next generation of PlayStation 5 and Xbox, this moment will also be the ideal choice for X-series gamers consoles. PC gamers will find that the GPU can take full advantage of next-gen games on PC, and we'll likely hear more about it at a series of E3 replacement digital events promised by developers like Ubisoft, EA, and Xbox.
Since the coronavirus pandemic does not appear to have peaked, it is unclear how long lockdown measures may last in many countries. There are certainly more people playing games than ever, which is good news for NVIDIA. If the current situation continues, we are likely to see high demand for the GeForce RTX 3000 series at launch.