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Nvidia’s RTX 50 series graphics cards tipped for 2025 launch

Over the past few generations, Nvidia has kept up a 2-year cadence for new-generation GeForce RTX graphics cards. Unfortunately, if new reports are accurate, we'll be in for a long wait for the next architecture upgrade. 

Nvidia launched its Ada Lovelace GPUs in 2022, starting with the RTX 4090 and RTX 4080, bringing improved RT and AI performance, enabling new features like DLSS 3 with Frame Generation. Today, the RTX 4060 officially launched, essentially filling out the line-up. While we would usually anticipate new GeForce graphics cards in 2024, HardwareLuxx claims we'll be waiting until 2025 for the true follow-up to the Lovelace architecture.

The report cites an Nvidia architecture roadmap, which shows a longer gap for the next generation of gaming GPUs from Nvidia. The roadmap claims that Nvidia will bring out ‘Hopper Next' for workstation GPUs in 2024. Meanwhile, we'll have to wait until 2025 for “Ada LoveLace-Next”.

That doesn't mean we won't see any new GeForce graphics cards from Nvidia in 2024. We may see refreshed GPUs with clock speed and VRAM upgrades. It is also worth noting that we have not been able to verify the authenticity of this roadmap, so take the information with a grain of salt.

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KitGuru Says: The roadmap does point to an ‘early 2025' launch for Ada Lovelace Next. The RTX 4090 and RTX 4080 both arrived in late 2022, so there's a good chance their new-gen replacements launch just a few months later than expected, rather than a full year. Of course, as we're working with unofficial information, we don't know how accurate these timelines are. 

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