Nvidia has delayed the introduction of its RTX 4000 series graphics cards, according to many sources.
First in early June WCCFTech suggested that launches for the RTX 4090, RTX 4080, and RTX 4070 were delayed by one month, shifting them to new staggered releases in September, October, and November, respectively. same news Videocardz was also approved by
Videocardz also said that a brand new Nvidia graphics card (GTX 1630) is scheduled to be released at the end of May, but the release date has been indefinitely delayed. As reported by VideoCardz, Nvidia, which is preparing to launch the GTX 1630 next week, is changing the model's embargo timeline just days before the card's release. According to Videocardz, this is due to a lack of components, if not specifically for the GPUs themselves.
These rumors are that Nvidia will release its next-gen GPUs just before AMD plans to release its own new hardware roster, with Radeon RX 7000 series GPUs scheduled to launch in Q4 of this year. With these cards, AMD is introducing the new RDNA 2 architecture, which we hope will aid performance with ray tracing technology while providing better efficiency than RDNA 5 GPUs (same architecture on both Xbox Series X and PlayStation 3).
Intel also plans to release its first discrete GPUs for consumers later this summer. Arc 5 and Arc 7 GPUs have been delayed recently, but Intel still expects to launch their new GPUs between July and August this year.