updating: New and interesting information comes to us from the Chinese site Expreview, which claims that the RTX 2060 will actually be the latest RTX model in the desktop market, while more basic models will retain the old and familiar name Geforce GTX - meaning there will be no cards Geforce RTX or 2050 Geforce RTX 2050 Ti, allegedly.
These intermediate market models will still be based on the Turing generation cores, although these will be another type of core where the beam tracing units and possibly the Tensor units may not be activated or even physically cut off the chip and will not exist - where another real possibility is Divide the video card family into gaming for two, with the same models Geforce GTX will get the numbering 1100 (ie Geforce GTX 1150 Ti - And Geforce GTX 1160 andGeforce GTX 1160 Ti), which will be particularly distinct from the G-RTX More expensive and sophisticated.
For those who are not really impressed by the ability to track the horns of NVIDIA But simply want an intermediate card with maximum cost-benefit ratio - this move NVIDIA May be a real blessing. We hope to discover all the details within about three weeks.
Original Article:Turing The most accessible is ready for its launch, it seems
The sudden appearance of the RTX 2060 card The new designated NVIDIA In a number of different places across the retina has left us with quite a few question marks, but it seems that in a few weeks everything will become clear - and we'll start the 2019 year with a model Turing Accessible and a little more sane for the masses.
Andreas Schilling, one of the editors at the Hardwareluxx hardware site, Provided in his Twitter account Additional verification that a new interstitial card is from NVIDIA Will come very soon, bearing the name GeForce RTX 2060 speculated and indeed includes active tracking cores that will give him the possibility to activate the capabilities of the new DXR in -DirectX 12 - adding that the second week of January 2019 will probably be the intended launch date for the model.
The reputable source has not confirmed or disproved the The technical data we heard about the intermediate model, With 1,920 CUDAs in 30 processing clusters - but verified the claim to use 6GB's memory GDDR6 models, which are expected to provide a nice addition to the total bandwidth in relation to theGeforce GTX 1060 equipped with memories GDDR5, Including the updated incarnation that was equipped with GDDR5X.
So far, most estimates have pointed to the CES exhibit beginning in the first week of January as the RTX 2060 announcement date, along with the first Turing models for the mobile market as well - does the hint we have just received indicate a possibility for official exposure during the big Las Vegas media event and an in-store launch A week later? We will continue to follow, and hope that inAMD Are already preparing their own appropriate response to the matter.