NVIDIA plans to launch the next generation of its GPUs in September, so far this is nothing new. My colleague Usman from WCCFTECH tapped his sources and got an interesting overview of the upcoming amp portfolio. Interestingly, it was again mentioned that NVIDIA has *not* confirmed the naming scheme of the final cards, but has begun to announce details about the boards, SKUs, and preliminary launch schedule.
According to WCCFTECH, NVIDIA plans to introduce 3 cards in September, with another card planned for October, and two more cards planned but not yet released. This is exactly the same as the data that I have known so far.
The top model of the NVIDIA line-up is the card with the PG132-10 board and the already well-known 24 GB memory. It will replace the RTX 2080 Ti and should be on the market in the second half of September. Then there are PG132-20 and PG132-30, both of which replace the RTX 2080 SUPER graphics card and offer a memory expansion of 20 GB or will have 10 GB. The PG132-20 board will probably not be released until the first half of October, while the PG132-30 board is expected to be released before then.
It’s worth adding here that these three first launched cards are probably the SKU10, 20 and 30, which I wrote about several times and which I had already leaked some time ago. It is speculated that the SKU20 will be placed right in the middle of AMD’s big navi offering (and thus the staggered launch schedule). Since Big Navi from AMD will probably have 16 GB of memory, this also explains why NVIDIA also has a 20 GB card up its sleeve. Here one could assume that the new AMD cards with 16 GB memory are to be countered. The following summary is from WCCFTECH:
The PG142-0 and PG142-10 will both replace the RTX 2070 SUPER and provide 16 GB or 8 GB of memory. While for the PG142-10 a schedule for the market launch in the second half of September is known, there is no confirmed launch date for the PG142-0 yet. Also here one will probably wait for AMD’s launch with the larger memory expansion. Finally there is the PG190-10 board, which will replace the RTX 2060 SUPER and will also have 8 GB memory. However, the timetable for the market launch of this card is not yet fixed either.