NVIDIA RTX 40 Series Could Be Delayed Due to Oversupply of RTX 30 Series Cards

We have been expecting NVIDIA’s next-generation RTX 40 Series graphics cards codenamed “Ada Lovelace” to launch sometime in October. It appears that this date is going to be pushed back. According to YouTube channel “Moore’s Law is Dead” NVIDIA could possibly push the launch of the RTX 40 series all the way back to December. The reason for this? It seems the current GPU market is flooded with used RTX 30 series GPUs. NVIDIA could postpone the launch of the RTX 40 series until market conditions are ideal for a new series launch.

This makes sense as we’ve seen used graphics cards selling well below the actual retail of the cards, which is a massive difference from what we say not too long ago. A lot of this has to do with the cryptocurrency crash and miners selling off their old cards.

This is of course a rumor, we could still see NVIDIA announce the RTX 40 series in October, with availability not until December. We’ll keep you updated as we hear more!

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