A list of next-gen RTX 50 GPUs without official backing from NVIDIA
They did it again, a full range of next-generation GPUs appeared at EEC, kind of.
Before delving into the EEC submissions, it’s crucial to clarify that AFOX does not hold an official board partner status with NVIDIA. This fact becomes evident when considering that AFOX doesn’t even adhere to NVIDIA’s guidelines regarding product packaging (which is probably the quickest way to distinguish official partners from fake ones). Instead, it functions as one of several Asian-based companies that utilize OEM-supplied graphics cards, adding their branding to them.
This suggests that AFOX likely doesn’t possess direct knowledge of NVIDIA’s roadmaps. However, it hasn’t deterred them from preparing for the launch of the next-gen GPUs. The company has recently submitted a wide array of possible combinations within the GeForce RTX 50 series, including names like RTX 5090 Ti, RTX 5080, and even RTX 5050. It’s essential to clarify that this isn’t indicative of an imminent launch of a new series. Instead, it signifies a proactive step by AFOX to file submissions with the EEC regulatory body, should NVIDIA decide to release such GPUs in the future.
It’s worth noting that this isn’t the first time AFOX has submitted numerous models to the EEC. A similar occurrence transpired in 2020 when a Russian company affiliated with AFOX listed Radeon RX 5950 and other models with no involvement from AFOX HQ. Therefore, this post doesn’t confirm AFOX’s plans; rather, it serves as a reminder to temper expectations among GeForce enthusiasts when other reports about these lists surface.
That said, readers should be reminded that AFOX is definitely not aware of any RTX 50 lineup at this moment. In fact, no board partner is because NVIDIA never makes final decision on future GPU naming this soon. That said, AFOX educated guess is just as good as anyone’s else.