After introducing us to the innovative Turing architecture Quadro cards - It seems that we are a very short distance from introducing the first gaming model to use technology
The 2018 European Gamescom exhibition is going to be particularly interesting - not only because of all the games that will be part of it, but also because by all indications, testimonials and assessments it will be the stage for the launch of NVIDIA's first GeForce card, which will now almost certainly receive the nickname GeForce RTX 2080.
A fresh teaser video released by NVIDIA directs surfers to the event Which the developer had set for 20 in August And contains a number of texts that all indicate the choice of the 2080 model number for the product on the way - and not GeForce GTX 1180 as originally estimated some of the sources.
Considering the use of new architecture with support for the new RTX technology, new memory chips and new generation lithography - you can understand why inNVIDIA Decided to make a leap into a completely new 'aleph', instead of making do with the rise of the numeral of the hundreds just as we did in previous generations (most of which were far less revolutionary).
Will the RTX 2080 be the only model to be presented in Gamescom, or only the top of several versions? Will it also contain 4,608 active CUDA units and an imaginary amount of 24GB or even 48GB in the GDDR6 standard? What will be its availability window in relation to the tri-Quadro Which should be available for purchase only during the fourth quarter of the current year? We hope to receive answers to all these and more as early as next Monday. Keep track of all the major updates!