Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti launched in 2017 may be re-produced

Another plate that resurfaces thanks to high demand and production difficulties

EVGA may re-produce new units from GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, which was launched in 2017. The account @ harukaze517 revealed through a tweet last Sunday (4) that the user discovered this through a serial number of a GPU EVGA, after the report of a consumer who received from the manufacturer’s warranty a 2021 model of the.

The user of the social network had initially highlighted a case in which a user returned his EVGA model of the GTX 1080 Ti which was still covered by the warranty and received a completely new version from the manufacturer GPU. However, then harukaze5719 confirmed that the serial number of that video card indicates that it is a 2021 model.

The Nvidia Geforce GTX 1080 You were released 4 years ago on March 10, 2017. The day before that date, Adrenaline had already published its model analysis showing that the GPU was capable of delivering 60fps in 4K resolution and ultra quality in the games of the time. We have also produced a video review that you can check out below.

This phenomenon is mainly due to the high demand for video cards accompanied by production and logistics problems suffered by manufacturers due to the pandemic, that end up raising the prices of this type of component a lot.

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Another plate of the same generation as the 1080 Ti that also emerged from the tombs was the GeForce GTX 1050 Ti, which had a completely new model launched by Palit Microsystems in Japan. We we announced this return to the GPU market just last month, and we published a video of the model’s return to inventories.

To meet the high demand for graphics cards, Nvidia should also increase the production of its GeForce GTX 1650 based on the Turing microarchitecture this May.

Via: PC Gamer Source: harukaze5719

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