According to a source at MyDrivers.com (shoutout to VideoCardz for spotting it), Nvidia is discontinuing the RTX 2070 Super graphics card, after having shipped the last batch of chips to its board partners. It will not be manufacturing any more GPUs for this card, and the last remaining inventory will be sold. Now, according to MyDrivers the RTX 2080 Ti, RTX 2080 Super, and the RTX 2070 Super have all been discontinued, and only the RTX 2060 series and GTX 1660 are remaining in the Turing line. Seeing Nvidia discontinue the entire high-end RTX lineup this quickly tells us that Nvidia is planning on launching the new high-end cards. Reports around the web have the launch of the first RTX 3000 series cards pinned in September, with Nvidia completing the lineup in October. The new Ampere cards will undoubtedly be quite scarce at first with high prices.