The 3000 series was released just last year in Q4 of 2020 and obtaining it was a disaster, to say the least. It would have been a win for Nvidia with the 30 percent increase in performance at a cheaper price than the 2000 series if consumers were able to beat the bots. Now we will see the 3000 Super series as well as the 4000 in 2022. There is no information in regards to an official release date yet for either of these product lines, but we do have some insight for performance and specs. Given the release of specs on the 3000 Superseries alone, I can’t imagine what scalpers will try to do to the market. Not to mention rather than using the Ampere architecture, we get to see their new microarchitecture named Ada Lovelace for the 4000 series, which will be on a 5nm fabrication process. Rumors have that it will deliver way more performance with less power utilization. Prices have not been announced, but there is a chance Nvidia could stay with the same price structure as the previous release. However, according to PC Magazine, there are talks due to the 5nm jump with the new microarchitecture of a price increase.