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Recently we heard the rumors and leaks about the next-gen RTX Ampere graphics cards. According to our sources, The Nvidia planning to launch her next GPU Nvidia RTX 30 series graphic cards based on Ampere architecture in September but NVIDIA has not confirmed the naming schemes. In September Nvidia launch her PG 132 Board and this board using the GA102 GPU.
As per The Wccftech, who are quoting sources close to unnamed board partners, NVIDIA is indeed planning to launch 20 GB models of the Ampere RTX series.
This rumor does not reflect what we hear about the series before, as per The Igor’sLAB, The PG132 board will ship in 24GB, 11GB, and 10 GB variants. It is uncleared if both 11GB and 20GB models are to be released.
Nvidia RTX 20 series replace with next-gen RTX Ampere graphics cards and lunch Schedule -
The next-gen new NVIDIA’s lineup is the PG132-10 board with 24GB of VRAM with GA102 GPU. It is going to be replacing the RTX 2080 Ti and is currently this GPU to launch in the second half of September.
In this new NVIDIA’s lineup is The PG132-20 board will have 20GB VRAM with GA102 GPU. The PG132-20 board is replacing the RTX 2080 SUPER graphics card and The PG132-20 board is going to be launching in the first half of October. The most interesting thing, The AMD Radeon card based on Navi 21 ( Big Navi ) GPU is expected to launch with 16GB and 12GB VRAM memory. This is possibly the performance segment NVIDIA was planning to introduce the PG132-20 board with featuring either 11GB or 20GB VRAM memory.
Another Nvidia lineup is The PG132-30 board will have 10GB VRAM with GA102 GPU. The PG132-20 board is also replacing the RTX 2080 SUPER graphics card and The PG132-30 board is going to be launching in mid-September.
New GPU Nvidia GTX 1650 GDDR6-TU116-150 another budget variant with specification
The Nvidia’s third Geforce GTX 1650 Graphics card with GDDR6 memory type. This graphics card featured TU116 – 250 GPU. This GPU originally used for the Geforce GTX 1660 series and later GTX 1650 SUPER.
The Nvidia PG142-0 board will have 16GB VRAM and PG142-0 is going to be replacing the RTX 2070 SUPER. Right now The PG142-0 board launch date has no confirmed.
The Nvidia PG142-10 board will have 8GB VRAM and PG142-0 is also going to be replacing the RTX 2070 SUPER. The PG142-10 board has a known launch schedule in the second half of September.
At last, we have the RTX Ampere graphics card lineup PG190-10 board will have 8GB of VRAM memory, and the PG190-10 which is going to be replacing the RTX 2060 SUPER graphics card. Right now The PG190-10 board launch date has no confirmed.