Nvidia suspends RTX 4080 12GB launch due to a name issue.

· Unexpectedly, Nvidia announced that the name argument is the cause it would "unlaunch" the GeForce RTX 4080 12GB graphics card.

· Since it was unveiled as part of the 40-series announcement last month, the RTX 4080 12GB, which will make its debut alongside the RTX 4080 16GB, has generated controversy.

· In response to the uproar, Nvidia acknowledged that the RTX 4080 12GB was incorrectly labelled and that it was misleading to have two GPUs with the same model number as the 4080.

· The following is the relevant portion of the company's statement: The name of the graphics card—the RTX 4080 12GB—is wrong despite the fact that it is a superb one.

· Having two GPUs labelled as 4080 is confusing.

· The amazing RTX 4080 16GB is anticipated to wow players all around the globe on November 16.

· Ever since it was originally unveiled, the RTX 4080 12GB's name has been the subject of debate in the media and among the general public.

· The RTX 4080 12GB will probably be rereleased at a cheaper price and under a new name, according to the assertion made by Gamers Nexus.

· But it is rumoured that Nvidia would pay back some of the board partners' adjustment-related expenses.

· According to plan, the RTX 4080 16GB will be available for purchase on November 16 at the same $1199 beginning price as before.

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