As we already know, Nvidia is on its way to refreshing its mobile and desktop GPU series with SUPER refresh around January next year. Currently, the world is facing an unprecedented semiconductor crisis and most of the tech giants are facing a shortage in supplies. As a result, the chip prices have gone up and NVIDIA as well its rival AMD is working hard to provide their customer base with the best high-end cards.
But as we know, the price of graphics cards currently in the market is sky high, with the cards being sold at around twice the rate of their MSRP. To battle the semiconductor shortage the green team is planning to launch RTX 30 SUPER launch with the same codename as AMD’s Ryzen 6000 series, Rembrandt, which is expected to debut at CES 2022.
According to reports coming in from HP, its Envy 34 AIO system is not using desktop GPU, hence it seems that the company might have inadvertently confirmed that it will soon be updating its system with the SUPER model at some point in the future.
The information which games from an official price release, the Envy 34 AIO system will go on sale next month for 1999 USD however it does not list RTX 3080 SUPER anywhere else but on the product webpage.
As we know based on the most recent rumours, NVIDIA is targeting early 2022 as the potential launch date for its RTX 30 Super refresh. And we expect NVIDIA to introduce a new GA103 GPU which would offer more CUDA cores for the mobile Ampere series.
For more information stay tuned.