The GA106, GA104, and GA102
According to various rumors around the net, it appears that Nvidia is preparing updated Ampere GPUs that will limit crypto-mining, eventually covering the entire RTX 30 series lineup.
High demand to blame
Nvidia has postponed the launch of its Geforce RTX 3070 to October 29th due to higher than expected demand, as the company wants a healthy stock when it hits retail/e-tail shelves.
RTX 3090 is a big beast
All three upcoming Nvidia RTX 30 series cards have been pictured next to each other, showing just how huge the RTX 3090 actually is, as well as showing the RTX 3070 for the first time.
Gaming X series to lead the pack
MSI has unveiled its RTX 30 series lineup and this Nvidia AIC partner is going all out, with a total of 14 different RTX 30 series graphics cards, including popular Gaming X and Ventus series.
Watch Dogs: Legion and a year of Geforce NOW
Nvidia has also announced a new bundle for its RTX 30 series graphics cards which will include Watch Dogs: Legion, and a one-year of free Geforce NOW.
4K at max settings with ray tracing and DLSS
Nvidia has released a video showing CD Projekt Red's upcoming Cyberpunk 2077 game running on Geforce RTX 30 series.
10496 CUDA cores for the RTX 3090
After Nvidia's founder and CEO revealed the new Ampere-based RTX 30 series cards and detailed some of the performance, architecture and availability/price details, Nvidia has now released official specifications for the three first SKUs in the RTX 30 series lineup, the RTX 3090, RTX 3080, and the RTX 3070.
The BFGPU RTX 3090, RTX 3080 and RTX 3070
Nvidia has officially announced its RTX 30 series lineup, with three SKUs, the RTX 3090, RTX 3080, and the RTX 3070. Calling it the 2nd generation RTX, all the cards are based on Nvidia Ampere architecture and built using Samsung's 8N custom process.
RTX 3090, RTX 3080 and RTX 3070 incoming
As we are close to the official announcement, it comes as no surprise that we are hearing more about Nvidia's upcoming RTX 30 series cards, and so far, information is pointing to three SKUs, the RTX 3090, RTX 3080, and the RTX 3070, with rumored specifications in tow.
Smaller than the current 8-pin PCIe one
Seasonic has pretty much confirmed that Nvidia will introduce the new 12-pin PCIe connector for its upcoming RTX 30 series graphics cards.