It seems that Nvidia is actually planning to release refreshed versions of GeForce RTX cards, which have been rumord for some time. PCLab reports that the first model of this type appeared in the EEC database (an acronym of the Euroasian Economic Commission, or Eurasian Economic Community), which in the past proved to be an invaluable source of information in similar cases.
The key information in the above picture is PG151 - at first glance it doesn't tell us much, but it's worth remembering that the standard GeForce RTX 2080Ti was described by PG150 code. PCLab editors also point out that there are rumors on the web about the code number PG181, which, similarly, may refer to the GeForce RTX 2080 Super model (RTX 2080 has the PG180 designation in the EEC database).
At the moment we have no concrete details about the specifications of the new cards. - we can only use information from leaks that are not necessarily trustworthy. We also do not know when the chipsets will be available on the market, although July of this year seems to be an obvious choice in this case. This would enable Nvidia's new products to respond to the arrival of the AMD Navi family of GPUs, the RX 5700 and 5700 XT Radeon.
- Nvidia - official website