News that NVIDIA Ampere was delayed until the end of September at the Taipei Computer Show: RTX 30 Series graphics cards go on sale at the end of the year

The March GTC conference was cancelled by NVIDIA, and Huang said at the time that the current situation was not a good time to release important products. Apparently, he wanted to wait until the until the outbreak in Europe and the United States was over before bringing ampere. Last week it was announced that Ampere was due to be released at the end of August and is expected to open on the 25th at the Gamescom Cologne Games Show, the same as the 2018 RTX 20 Series.

But the argument from Twearkwtown is that NV has again been delayed until the Taipei Computer Show in September. The 2020 Taipei Computer Show is scheduled to open on September 28th, another month later.

Not only that, the first to appear will be Quadro, Tesla and other professional cards, RTX 30 series consumer game graphics will not be available until the end of the year.

Because at the end of this year there are PS5 and Xbox Series X game consoles, NV as a PC game brother, “crash” whether the advantages or disadvantages are not good to judge. As far as current tests are available, the Xbox Series X runs 4K games roughly on a level with the RTX 2080 Ti platform’s game consoles, but the XSX is at most three or four thousand, and a set of RTX 2080 Ti consoles can go for tens of thousands.

Even with double-digit performance improvements in the RTX 30 series, the NV is not cheap.

Of course, it should be pointed out that Tweaktown’s sources have always been mixed, not reliable when there are many, we refer to the next line.

News that NVIDIA Ampere was delayed until the end of September at the Taipei Computer Show: RTX 30 Series graphics cards go on sale at the end of the year