- Dec 11, 2018
According to a report from Tweaktown, Nvidia now has decided to delay the official release of its Ampere architecture and GeForce RTX 3000 series graphics cards and plans to ship them in August this year. For those don’t know, Ampere promises to deliver up to 75% improvement on the performance front, which is is a big achievement compared to the company’s existing 12nm Turing architecture. The report also suggests that the new Ampere architecture will land alongside the company’s new Quadro RTX products.
Notably, the Computex conference is now scheduled to be held in September 2020, so Nvidia may think that it’s probably the right time for a public release.
Nvidia now plans to launch latest GeForce graphics cards in August after delay - OnMSFT.com
Nvidia has reportedly delayed the official release of its Ampere architecture and GeForce RTX 3000 series graphics cards and plans to release in August.