At some point this year, the graphics card industry is going to develop the next generation, bringing along even more powerful hardware than it''s currently on offer. In theory, however, AMD is going toe-to-toe with its biggest competitor, preparing to release the Ada Lovelace range within the next few months. Although many are keeping their ears on the ground about some insider information, a recent leak suggests team green''s upcoming RTX 4090 might punch.
According to a recent poll from PCGamesN, the next big release for Nvidia powered by its new architecture might have better performance than previously thought. While it may well still include 16384 CUDA cores, while it was previously rumored to have 16,118. However, the leaker suggests that people should not be expecting a lower MSRP on any of the Lovelace range.
The date of the RTX 4090, and other models, will finally be available is not quite known yet. There is a possibility that Nvidia might have delayed the launch of the 40-series sometime this August. However, the new release window will still put the company on hold until September, with both companies taking off the task. Arc is also expected to be released soon.
AMD may launch RDNA 3 cards this October at the first moment, thus the end of Q3 and the beginning of Q4 might be an interesting time if both tech companies are considering these as their launch windows. Of course, none of these details have been officially confirmed yet, so as always, readers may take the information with a grain of salt.
No Nvidia nor AMD will be worried about getting ahead of the current competition, although Intel has begun releasing its Arc GPUs now, but neither the company has ever been involved in the game. With any luck, there will be some official announcements soon about what to expect from Ada Lovelace and RDNA 3.