Possible NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 certified in South Korea ahead of September 1 launch
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A new NVIDIA graphics card has been certified by the National Radio Research Agency in South Korea (RRA). The RRA certified the card today and was spotted by Videocardz. The model that has been certified is the PG133A, which has been mentioned several times in leaks over the last few months.
Based on past leaks, the PG133A is a Founders Edition card. By contrast, the PG132 will be assigned to Add-in-Board partners (AIBs). Videocardz asserts that the PG133A is not a Quadro card, primarily because of leaked board designs.
NVIDIA is expected to announce the RTX 30870, RTX 3080 and RTX 3090 next month, although the RTX 3070 will not be available until October. Rounding off NVIDIA's Ampere product stack will be the RTX 3060, which is apparently scheduled for November.
Wccftech reasons that the PG133A may be the RTX 3090 Founders Edition (FE). This assertion seems to be based on the notion that it had already revealed the RTX 3070 and RTX 3080 FE as having PG136 boards. Ultimately, today's RRA certification shows that NVIDIA is readying a new graphics card, which it will probably reveal on September 1.