An article on the German site of Tom’s Hardware says that several sources in the industry have confirmed that Nvidia will stop offering selected and better-performing “A-chips” Turing. To refresh the memory: the company introduced the “A chips” for those graphics with factory overclocks given its ease to increase frequencies without consuming as much. This was reserved for the pills called TU104-400A-A1. Apparently, now the company is going to put aside this practice, offering a single Turing chip without limitations.
This movement was possibly a solution for the poor manufacturing performance of the TU-104 chips. This ensured that the partners could offer the best experience to the users who paid more. What interests us about the matter is that after May the Turing cards will have the TU104-410 and TU106-410 chips, which will offer overclocking with the same results in all the graphics, favoring a possible price reduction in the RTX 2060, 2070 and 2080. Nothing is known about the RTX 2080 Ti, but it is clear that you will have to look twice before getting an RTX just in case it was the old model.