A few days after we received, there was a resurgence of rumors about the generation of new and advanced Ampere cards Which is preparing for us NVIDIA For the launch of the month of April 2018, came a report from Reuters (Reuters) that confused us to a certain extent.
Online reporting, Which dealt with the huge demand for chip processing cards and its rising stock price, it was possible to find a paragraph that incidentally mentions that the company is about to launch a graphics card (or graphics cards) dedicated to gaming and gamers under the code name Turing during the following month. There were no further details about the product, but it is clear that this is the case Version of the new Volta architecture Which will be adapted for the first time to home consumers who love the games.
A source like Reuters is unquestionably reliable, so it is very likely that the name Turing is indeed being used internally in-NVIDIA, Though we've never heard of it - much like the Ampere code name. However, these are many questions about the conflicting and conflicting information of the other rumors that run out there. Do Ampere andTuring Are they actually a pair of names for the same product or two different sides of the same coin?
Additional reporting Of the Digital Trends website, which is an equally reliable source, shows a contradiction to Reuters's, and declares that Turing is precisely the name of a series of products designed to "save" the gaming to a certain extent, and specifically tailor cryptographic currency mining applications, with the intention of allowing demand and prices Of the modelsGeForce Gaming has to go back to slightly more sane levels. Who is right here? Depends on your personal gut feelings.
Based on everything we've heard so far, it seems that launch of new models from home NVIDIA It will almost certainly occur over the next two months, when the likelihood of first-hand material severity (both model name and capability) first appearing to be quite high for home and consumer consumers. Whatever the performance itself and the names of the models will be presented to us - we still seem to be at a point where you can only guess and predict.