Nvidia has allegedly asked for that its insert-in-board (AIB) partners briefly halt the production of its forthcoming flagship GeForce RTX 3090 Ti graphics cards. There are reportedly problems with components and firmware, two sites reported on Friday. The actual character of these problems continues to be unclear, but it is feasible that the new best-of-the-selection board will arrive on the market place relatively afterwards than expected. 

TweakTown reported the information without having disclosing good reasons for the temporary halt, the time when Nvidia’s ask for was built or whether Nvidia arrived at out to all of its associates. This report is supported by VideoCardz, which statements that Nvidia needed to pause output of its next flagship shopper solution due to issues with the BIOS and hardware.