NVIDIA would not simply stop them if there was not a new batch expected, however. The GeForce RTX Super refresh should bring with it not only performance improvements, but also the possibility of pricing adjustments. First, it can help to reduce the cost of existing inventory on store shelves as discounts roll in to make way for new product SKUs. GPUs such a the GeForce RTX 4080 can benefit from this tremendously, having been on sale more commonly than other NVIDIA GPUs recently.
Secondly, more performant Super models can continue to improve the already stellar performance of GeForce RTX 40 series products, particularly with DLSS 3 and best-in-class ray tracing chops.
Finally, pricing on the Super products themselves will be interesting to witness. Will NVIDIA choose to keep them at similar prices to the outgoing models? Perhaps NVIDIA may want to flex its muscle and price them at even more attractive levels to make sure any competition is squashed. Regardless, time will tell if the performance improvements and pricing will be enough to jolt the currently lukewarm graphics card market.