It may be hard to believe, but it’s been just over a year since the launch of Nvidia’s RTX 3000 GPUs, but the best graphics cards wait for no one, and it looks like RTX 4000 products will be with us sooner rather than later. We’ve put together all the latest rumours you need to get acquainted with ‘Lovelace’, including its release date, price, specs, and benchmarks.
As much as the raw performance of team green’s RTX GPUs make them attractive to anyone looking to upgrade their gaming PC, it’s features like Nvidia Reflex and Nvidia DLSS that elevate the graphics cards above its competition. RTX 4000 cards will likely come armed with the same technologies, if not even more.
However, Nvidia isn’t content with simply cornering the desktop GPU market and has its sights set on the cloud too. The company’s Nvidia Geforce Now service currently provides up to RTX 3080 levels of performance to all manner of devices, such as low-spec PCs and smartphones (and not-so-smart-phones), via cloud streaming. Team green will undoubtedly update Geforce Now with RTX 4000 graphics cards at some point after their release to the public.