NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 “Ampere” Series to be announced on September 9th

Published: Aug 8th 2020, 08:51 GMT   Comments

Please note that this post is tagged as a rumor.

A new rumor has appeared in regard to the upcoming GeForce RTX 30 Series annoucement date.

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series to be announced on September 9th

According to GamersNexus, NVIDIA is set to announce its GeForce RTX 30 series based on Ampere architecture on September 9th. This is around a week before September 17th, previously rumored date for the launch of the series. While neither of the dates has been confirmed, it seems obvious that September is the month the new series from NVIDIA will be introduced.

Since we are still a month away from September 9th, it is possible that NVIDIA might adjust the timing as we get closer to the launch. The company will undoubtedly start teasing its upcoming series on social media at least a week sooner, as they did in the past. We expect to hear more from our sources in the coming weeks.

The pricing and the specifications have not yet been confirmed, but we are working on verifying more information as we speak.

Rumored NVIDIA GeForce RTX Launch Schedule
2018 – 2019RTX 20 Series2020RTX 30 Series
August 20
RTX 2080 Ti / 2080 / 2070
September 9?
RTX 3080 Ti / 3080 / 3070
September 20
RTX 2080 Ti / 2080
September 17?
RTX 3080 Ti / 3080
October 17
RTX 2070
October ?
RTX 3070
November ?
RTX 3060
January 7, 2019
RTX 2060
January 14, 2019
RTX 2060

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Source: GamersNexus

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