NVIDIA may return to supply one of the greatest gaming graphics cards to date, the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, according to a forum submission posted at Quasar Zone.One user received a GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card bundle. The newly produced Ti after he sent the old 1080 Ti for RMA.
Is NVIDIA quietly producing a new series of GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Pascal GPUs, the ultimate gaming graphics card to fight back on supply issues?
It’s been over four years since NVIDIA has released its flagship Pascal graphics card, the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, based on the Pascal GP102 GPU.The GTX 1080 Ti offers significantly improved performance compared to the previous Maxwell, flagship, and break. Competition is stark, with one answer from AMD’s rival, Vega 64, which can only compete with GTX 1080 cards. So much damage to AMD, where the red team spent years releasing high-end solutions for NVIDIA late last year, AMD made a comeback in the line of high-performance gaming graphics cards and those who Pleasing with Big Navi GPUs
That’s right, in short, the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti was a great card of its time and it still delivers superb performance. But is the card coming back again? According to Korean forums, an RMA user using his old GTX 1080 Ti graphics card received a new one, and the surprise is that the card has a 2021 production date.All mining was done by our Twitter friend Harukaze. As you can see in his tweet below:
He sends the serial number, I don’t use an EVGA GPU, does anyone know if this claim is true? https://t.co/FT3NHvBrmM pic.twitter.com/w07o4QlN0J
– Posiposi (@ harukaze5719) April 5, 2021
The card is a dedicated EVGA SC model, and another user has pointed out that the FTW model he recently received also has a 2021 production date, as EVGA issues a 3-year warranty on the graphics card used. NVIDIA GPUs have no reason to produce a new batch of cards that are replaced by newer offerings, or even if that is a guarantee, most replacement units will be produced ahead of time, more than four years after launch. It is possible that EVGA has used replacement units to keep up with shortages at some point and produce newer units now. But it’s just speculation.
NVIDIA recently returned to producing older GTX 1050, GTX 1650 and RTX 2060 graphics cards to combat a shortage of gaming graphics cards and GPUs, likely the GTX 1080 Ti might be making a comeback at a time of desperation. These But we have to wait to review this report before we mark it as verified. We’ll let you know as we know more about the scenarios surrounding the build of GTX 1080 Ti graphics cards.