After so many leaks and CPU releases, now it’s time to focus on graphics cards, and today we have new details on the launch of next-Gen graphics cards from AMD and NVIDIA. As per our very reliable Taiwanese source Digitimes, AMD and NVIDIA both have chosen the month of September for the launch of AMD Radeon RDNA2 and Nvidia Ampere architecrture based Graphics cards.

Usually, the first half of the year is the low season for the purchase of graphics cards, but the coronavirus pandemic has turned the tables, as it has triggered the needs of people who have stayed at home, thus increasing demand. Because of this, AMD and Nvidia would already be in a position to launch their new generation of graphics cards, and the most curious of all is that both will coincide with the launch month, which would be the September.

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Before that happens, price cuts will come for the current generation graphics cards with stock clearance sale to make room for the busy graphics card sales season. Demand for notebooks fueled by the pandemic is also expected to keep NAND Flash memory prices stable in the third quarter.

According to industry sources, major graphics card manufacturers, including Asustek Computer (Asus), Micro-Star International (MSI), and Gigabyte Technology will see the order for graphics cards continue to rise through the fourth quarter of 2020.

According to rumors, from Nvidia we could expect the high-end GeForce RTX 3000 Series based on the Ampere architecture, while from AMD we would see the first graphics products with its RDNA2 architecture, the first to support RayTracing technology. Now it only remains to wait for numerous leaks to start arriving in the coming weeks.


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