After leaking numerous details, the latest rumors again suggest what was already indicated months ago, and that is that in September we would see the first Ampere GPUs for the gaming segment, specifically the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090, which will really be the successor to the RTX TITAN, and the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080, which in this case is clearly a direct replacement for the GeForce RTX 2080.
Taking into account that Nvidia has seen how the leaks have skyrocketed, this date can already be taken as something true, and more so when other sources also indicate that this is the month chosen by AMD to announce its first RDNA2 graphics with dedicated hardware for the RayTracing.
These rumors report that Nvidia will start mass production of these two graphics models in August, with an event taking place in September and the first benchmarks to be displayed. The most interesting thing is that in the middle or end of July, Nvidia will already have the first engineering samples, so it is expected that we begin to see the first performance leaks by the benchmarking software and that redemption that we see will improve until August, which is when it is indicated that the BIOS will be in its final version for sale.
For now, remember the possible specifications is pure smoke, it is most likely that it will be in July when we can confirm some details, although a very important filtered detail is that the GeForce RTX 3090 will consume 350W of power despite using a new graphics architecture It offers a higher performance per watt consumed, and all this despite being linked to the 7nm manufacturing process, so we can only think that Nvidia will present a beast that will seek to demonstrate the technological leadership of the company against AMD, and of course, show Intel how things are in this market and the journey it has to take if it wants to be an option in the market and not just a spectator.