Future graphics cards from AMD and NVIDIA start to surface with their names
Although their debuts are still some time off, AMD and NVIDIA have already started registering the names of their following graphics cards with the EEC (Eurasian Economic Commission), a procedure that almost all businesses follow
There are no surprises for the upcoming generation in any of the two lists, with AMD offering models in steps of 100, with standard and XT options, from the AMD Radeon RX 7500 to the RX 7900. Additionally, NVIDIA has registered the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 Series, which ranges from the RTX 4050 to the RTX 4090 Ti, using the same procedure as with the GeForce 30 series cards.
[EEC]– NVIDIA RTX 40 series and RTX 30 Super series
– AMD RX 7000 serieshttps://t.co/1p8cVDjtsxhttps://t.co/3MfkecGem9 pic.twitter.com/Rwy2o4FCCd
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Interestingly, Super variants of specific existing models have also been filed on the NVIDIA side, suggesting that the company may attempt to slot several graphics cards with existing GPUs between the present range and the upcoming GeForce cards.
This decision may have to do with the chance that there may be too many Ampere GPUs on hand for NVIDIA to believe the GeForce RTX 40 Series will sell successfully.