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The Duke is back! No, we're not talking about screen legend John Wayne, but an upcoming line of GeForce graphics cards. Unfortunately for NVIDIA, MSI's penchant for leaking ahead of an official launch has struck again. This time, the company's GeForce RTX Duke series has landed in both RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti flavors. Like the MSI Gaming X Trio cards that leaked earlier this morning, the GeForce RTX 2080 Duke has 8GB of GDDR6 memory while the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Duke has 11GB of GDDR6 memory. As with the previous generation, the GeForce RTX Duke series employs a triple-fan... Read more...
Most of the information surrounding NVIDIA's next round of consumer cards has been focused on the GeForce RTX 2080, which the company is expected to announce on Monday, August 20, a day before Gamescom 2018 kicks off. There will be other Turing cards, though, and one of them has seemingly made an appearance on Futuremark's 3DMark benchmarking database. Well, maybe. The database entry points to a "GTX 2060 5gb," which immediately triggers a red flag to us. Unless NVIDIA has been faking everyone out, it will use the "RTX" branding for its next generation Turing cards for consumers, just as it has... Read more...
NVIDIA's GeForce RTX series of graphics cards isn't supposed to be officially unveiled until August 20th, but we're already getting our first look at retail cards that will be shipping soon. MSI tends to be a bit "leaky" when it comes to new product releases, and the GeForce RTX 2080 is no exception. An alleged box shot has leaked that shows the GeForce RTX 2080 Gaming X Trio, complete with a triple-fan cooling system. For those familiar with MSI's graphics offerings, this setup is very similar to the company's current-generation GTX 1080 and GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X Trio cards. The box also confirms... Read more...
It is really happening, folks. NVIDIA is just days away from announcing a new generation of graphics cards for gamers, presumably based on its recently unveiled Turing architecture. If the leaks and hints to this point prove true, NVIDIA will roll out a GeForce RTX 2080 graphics card with ray-tracing capabilities, and beefy specs for glorious 4K resolution gaming. At this point, we pretty much know NVIDIA's next gaming card will be called the GeForce RTX 2080. NVIDIA dropped some strong hints of this in a recent teaser video. And if that is the case, then ray-tracing will figure prominently in... Read more...
Last night, NVIDIA dropped its first Turing GPU bombshell on us with the launch of the Quadro RTX 5000, RTX 6000, and RTX 8000. While those are no doubt impressive GPUs with plenty of horsepower to back them up, gamers aren't prepared to plop down $2,300 to $10,000 for a graphics card. With this in mind, NVIDIA posted a teaser video for its next-generation GeForce lineup, which is scheduled to be announced next week at Gamescom. Although at first glance the teaser video doesn't seem to provide much insight into the new cards, some eagle-eyed Redditors have laid out the evidence that the first card... Read more...
We been hearing a lot about NVIDA's next-generation GPU architecture since late last year, and today NVIDIA is announcing the first products based on Turing. NVIDIA is targeting the professional graphics market first with the new Quadro RTX 8000, RTX 6000 and RTX 5000 GPUs. Turing GPU architecture replaces Pascal, which has served both the consumer and professional markets since 2016. But as its 8th generation GPU architecture, NVIDIA is ushering in a number of advances with Turing; in fact, it's being billed as the world's first ray-tracing GPU. When it comes to content creators, NVIDIA claims... Read more...
We are getting oh-so-close to the launch of NVIDIA's next-generation of consumer graphics cards, presumably launching on August 20, if previous rumors and leaks turn out to accurate. As that date draws closer, there is more evidence of what is to come. That evidence can be found at the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) where NVIDIA has filed a few interesting names. One of the names is "Turing." Up until now, we have seen the Turing name show up only in unofficial leaks, but now NVIDIA has made the trademark official. This is the strongest evidence yet that NVIDIA's next-gen GPUs will carry... Read more...
HDR -- you’ve undoubtedly seen the three letters stamped on the box of the latest 4K monitors and TVs while passing by them in the store, and while it is still relatively new HDR (High-Dynamic Range) technology is, without question, changing the way in which our senses take in next-gen entertainment. NVIDIA is at the forefront of driving this cutting-edge display technology with new G-SYNC monitors that profoundly impact three primary pillars of how visual entertainment is perceived by the human eye: color, brightness, and contrast. How that translates to today’s... Read more...
Psst! Do you want to see a naked picture? It is really sexy, though there is a caveat—we are not sure if it is real. You can't trust anything on the Internet, as you are aware, so for all we know these naked pics are fakes, Photoshops, spoofs. But maybe they are real? If so, then here is your first look at an unclothed...GeForce GTX 1180! Image Source: Baidu The images of the naked card showed up on Baidu and purportedly show NVIDIA's unreleased and unannounced (for now) GeForce GTX 1180. There is no GPU attached, nor are there any memory chips, but you can see where they will go. You can... Read more...
The future of graphics may very well be in real-time ray tracing, provided the hardware advances to the point where it can handle the added demands the technology requires. Slowly but surely we are getting there. In the meantime, NVIDIA is doing some interesting things in graphics, the latest of which is developing a pragmatic algorithm for real-time adaptive supersampling in games. NVIDIA's algorithm extends temporal antialiasing (TAA) of rasterized images with adaptive ray tracing, and just as importantly, it conforms to the constraints of a commercial game engine and today's GPU ray tracing... Read more...
Is this the big event that the gaming community has been waiting for? Are we going to finally see the big reveal for the GeForce GTX 11 Series of graphics cards? Well, that appears to be the case according to an email that NVIDIA sent out to the tech press and a blog that it has posted in reference to this year's Gamescom. While Gamescom, which is being held in Cologne, Germany, is dedicated to all things gaming, NVIDIA will be holding its own off-site GeForce Gaming Celebration on August 20th. According to the company, there will be "exclusive, hands-on demos of the hottest upcoming... Read more...
If you're a PC gamer, you've likely been anxiously awaiting the arrival of NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 11 Series graphics cards. It's been over two years since the Pascal-based GeForce GTX 10 Series debuted, and it's about time for a replacement. At this point, all signs are pointing towards a late August launch for the GeForce GTX 1180, but its entry into the marketplace will reportedly come with some complications. A new report from DigiTimes claims that many graphics cards vendors are sitting on stockpiles of GeForce GTX 1080 and GTX 1070 GPUs following the cryptocurrency crash during... Read more...
At this stage of the game, barely a day goes by without a juicy rumor focused on NVIDIA's next-generation Turing GPUs for consumers. Today is not one of those quiet days. The latest rumor traces to HWiNFO, a popular piece of diagnostic software. HWiNFO posted the release notes for its latest version (5.86), and in are references to a couple of unreleased GPUs. The release notes state that support has been added for NVIDIA's GV102 and GV104 GPUs, neither of which are out yet. So, we have official confirmation of Turing, right? Well, not so fast. There are a couple of things to note here, the first... Read more...
It looks as though more Turing GPU rumors are starting to filter out into the wild, and the latest revolves around the release schedule for NVIDIA's next generation GPU family. As with all GeForce GTX 11 Series rumors that we've heard over the past few months, we'll have to take this latest report with a big spoon of salt given that NVIDIA itself has been tight-lipped about the products. The new report revolves around an email that was allegedly shared between an NVIDIA board partner and a retailer that will be selling the GeForce GTX 11 Series to customers. According to the... Read more...
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