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Nvidia RTX 2070 Future Revealed, RTX 30 Series Expected Release

Gaming technology is doing progress from time to time and every month, a new innovation surprises gamers all around the world. Graphics card got a major boost in terms of price hike and usage after Cryptocurrency. The process requires more GPU power to mine the currency in your systems, and the regulation was pretty popular until it declared “Not safe For Business.”

Nvidia’s latest Ray Tracing Technology has shown us greater versions of realistic environments and natural elements got a glow after the introduction of technology. Its graphics Card’s series RTX is getting more and more influential within the period.

Some RTX cards are getting Discontinued.

A few weeks ago, it is confirmed that Nvidia will discontinue its profound RTX 20 series graphics cards. As per the speculations, RTX 2070 and RTX Super Cards are now officially discontinued from the stock.

Discontinued Series

  • RTX 2070

  • RTX 2070 Super

  • RTX 2080 Super

  • RTX 2080 Ti

 

RTX 30 Series

Source: Windows Central

Someone’s end produces someone’s beginning, and Nvidia is doing the same thing as Nvidia’s Ampere based RTX 30 series cards about to release. However, the release dates of the graphics cards are also out, and it’s expected that gamers could get their hands on newly ampere powered graphics cards this fall.

RTX 3080 TI- Nvidia 3080 Ti will be releasing next month, and the final release date is September 17th.

RTX 3080– RTX 3080 is also arriving on the same date as the TI version of the 3080 graphics card.

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RTX 3070– Now, the 3070 graphics card still has a long way to go, and they tend to arrive in October this fall.

RTX 3060– The 3060 series will be making its entry a little bit late in comparison to other cards. RTX 3060 cards will be on the market in November.

However, likes of RTX 2060 and GTX 1660 cards are still available in the market and we conclude the fact that series is not completely over. But its too soon that Nvidia took this step and clear the path for upcoming series as discontinuation is still out of Nvidia’s books.

What do you think?

K. M.

Written by K. M.

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