The upcoming NVIDIA GeForce RTX 50 series GPUs, built on the innovative Blackwell architecture, are set to hit the market between October and December 2024. This information comes from Wccftech, who cited the Taiwanese portal UDN as their source.

NVIDIA's partners are gearing up for increased graphics card shipments towards the end of the year, indicating that these highly anticipated devices will indeed launch in the fourth quarter of 2024. The company is expected to first release the most powerful models — the RTX 5090 and 5080 — with more affordable variants likely to follow later.

RTX 5080 RTX 5090 Image: Dall-E 3Industry experts believe the information about the release dates of the GeForce RTX 50 lineup is credible, considering the two-year gap between the previous generations. The GeForce 30 series debuted in 2020, followed by the GeForce 40 series in 2022.

Rumors suggest that the GeForce RTX 50 series may feature cutting-edge GDDR7 memory. The RTX 5090 is rumored to use the GB202 chip, while the RTX 5080 could potentially utilize the GB203.

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