There’s been a lot of chatter on the web regarding Nvidia’s next-gen RTX 40 series. Some rumours suggested that the cards were in testing (opens in new tab) and that a launch was set for September, if not sooner (opens in new tab). However, German tech site Igor’s Lab is indicating there’s actually a lot of work still to be done, suggesting that the previously rumoured September launch window is highly optimistic.

Igor has produced a speculative timeline (opens in new tab) that estimates the steps Nvidia needs to undertake before the cards are actually available. Perhaps the key takeaway is that the first GPU to launch hasn’t yet made it out of the engineering and design phase. If that’s the case, then AIB partners have yet to receive GPUs, not to mention a BIOS or driver. In fact, Igor believes that currently there are no working prototypes.

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