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RTX 3080 Ti pushed back?

RTX 3080 Ti pushed back?

According to two of our different sources at Nvidia‘s partner brands, the actual launch of the RTX 3080 Ti would be postponed. Obviously the soap opera around this card once again postponed, seems to end no more.

Rupture Nvidia

Initially, the date of May 18 was put forward for an official announcement with an end to the embargo on May 26, the day of the beginning of the marketing.

The RTX 3080 TI pushed back to June… at least?

For the moment, we must remain relatively cautious and we will complete this brief with the information we are consolidating. But it seems that the launch of the RTX 3080Ti is at least postponed to June. A shift of a few weeks again in connection with production capacity?

At this moment we don’t know if the “public” announcement will be maintained on May 18th with a delayed market launch or if the whole schedule is modified.

The fact that we are receiving this information from two different sources encouraged us to publish this information while this morning the first leaks on the prices of the 3080Ti came out from our friends at Videocardz.

Since the beginning of April, information from European wholesalers confirms that RTX deliveries have become even tighter. If some people mention new tensions on Nvidia’s production tool (Samsung in this case), others whisper that Nvidia would first like to “dry” the market before introducing its new range. However, this hypothesis seems hardly conceivable… As they say, “You can’t shear an egg”…

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