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Certain NVIDIA Maxwell GPUs are no longer in production

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Ahead of the “Pascal” debut at Computex 2016 next month, a report from HWBattle claims NVIDIA has stopped further production of a few GPUs based on the “Maxwell” architecture.

The report reveals that the popular Maxwell based cards such as the GeForce GTX 980, GTX 970, and the GTX 980 Ti are no longer being produced. Focus has now shifted to their successors, which are based on the next-gen “Pascal” architecture.

NVIDIA AIC partners are expected to prepare for the Pascal launch starting in June, soon after the cards are officially unveiled at Computex 2016 in Taipei. Rival AMD is also rumored to showcase two news cards at the event – Radeon R9 470 and the Radeon R9 480.

Source: HWBattle

 

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