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When do you guys think that the 4000 series will release?

I am building a pc but can't find a available gpu and wondering if I should just wait for the 4000 series

 

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4 minutes ago, progamer21 said:

I am building a pc but can't find a available gpu and wondering if I should just wait for the 4000 series

 

IF this year it would be even harder to get. A new release isn't suddenly going to fix supply chain issues.

Unless you meant this 4000 series

https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/design-visualization/quadro/rtx-4000/

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Possibly late this year if increased competition spurs faster product cycles, but most likely late 2022. Just wait for RTX 3000 to come in stock. But if you're building a whole system but don't really need it right away or can't afford it quite yet then it may be a good idea to wait for DDR5 platforms such as AM5.

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4 minutes ago, cm992 said:

Possibly late this year if increased competition spurs faster product cycles, but most likely late 2022. Just wait for RTX 3000 to come in stock. But if you're building a whole system but don't really need it right away or can't afford it quite yet then it may be a good idea to wait for DDR5 platforms such as AM5.

He already built the rest of the computer, but I totally agree.

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2 hours ago, cm992 said:

Possibly late this year if increased competition spurs faster product cycles, but most likely late 2022. Just wait for RTX 3000 to come in stock. But if you're building a whole system but don't really need it right away or can't afford it quite yet then it may be a good idea to wait for DDR5 platforms such as AM5.

great advice, but jesus ur system is crazy

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