Chinese GPU vendors will start shipping the first GeForce RTX 4000 to resellers in September

The next generation of GPUs from NVIDIA, the GeForce RTX 4000, they are getting closer. And now we know that Chinese providers would be sending the new cards to resellers starting in September, which reinforces the unofficial information that said video cards would arrive in this period.

Russian PRO Hi-Tech channel Ilya Korneychuk said on Twitter that his Chinese GPU supplier would be shipping the first RTX 4000 cards. “in less than a month”. However, what he said doesn’t make it clear whether the cards will be shipped to the media first or directly to hardware resellers.

Another leaker, Igor’s Lab, said that the start of mass production of these video cards will not be before September, so it would be impossible to send the samples to the press or even to resellers in the period mentioned by the Russian youtuber. .

Manufacturers say the opposite

According to Videcardz NVIDIA partners say “They can’t give an estimate on when the RTX 40 will arrive, but it’s missing”. Partner manufacturers are focusing on selling excess GeForce RTX 30.

To verify the information, WCCFtech spoke to NVIDIA partners and what they had to say was similar. Manufacturers told the site that graphics cards “are far from ready,” as they lack even the basic information to assemble the cards and create the promotional material.

The study on the production of the GeForce RTX 4000 carried out by Igor’s Lab, says that the cards are entering the phase of validating production. The next step will be the final adjustments in the BIOS, closing with the start of mass production between August and September.

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For now, what we know from rumors is that the high-end GPU, RTX 4090, should be the first to arrive, followed by the RTX 4080 and RTX 4070, which could be delayed until 2023.



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