Nvidia’s next generation of graphics cards are expected to arrive later this year, Tom’s Hardware reports.
Sources told Tom’s Hardware that the Founders Edition models of the new graphics cards could launch as soon as July 2018, with third-party products hitting shelves a month or two later.
Nvidia will reportedly deliver the new GPUs to its Founders Edition card manufacturer on 15 June, with the products shipping a month later.
The upcoming generation of GPUs will be based on Nvidia’s Turing architecture, and could be paired with GDDR6 memory.
While there is no confirmed brand name for the new graphics card series, it is expected that Nvidia will succeed its GeForce GTX 1080 with either the GTX 1180 or GTX 2080 name.
Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 10-series cards were launched two years ago, and the company’s new generation of chips are expected to deliver better performance and power efficiency than current GPUs.