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Watch the Nvidia Ampere RTX 3000 livestream right here!

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Nvidia’s just about ready to show off some brand new hardware, and thanks to all the leaks we’ve seen so far, we know that the GeForce RTX 3080 and RTX 3090 are going to be absolute units. The GeForce Special Event kicks off at 9am PT today, which according to my clock is very soon. Or at 6PM in good ol’ CET/CAT.

Nvidia has been talking a big game ahead of the event, claiming that the reveal will “usher in a new era” for hardware under their brand. Considering just how good their recent tech has been in the Volta and Turing GPU range, I’m inclined to salivate at the thought of that hyperbole as it knocks around my impressed grey matter. Want to watch the show unfold? Well you’re in luck, as you can watch it right here thanks to a handy embed:

Whatever is announced today, you can bet that it’s going to cost a small fortune to obtain. Once all the details have come our way, we’ll post a round-up later on what went down.

Last Updated: September 1, 2020

2 Comments

  1. I honestly struggle to buy into the “new era” hype stuff these days, ever since I burnt my fingers on a 3DTV some years back.

    From my point of view, the previous “new era” of Raytracing still seems to be a similar waste of time, I mean, how long is the list of games that support it by now? Minecraft in RTX? Maybe they can get cracking on a RTX version of Solitaire next.

    I like shiny things as much as the next person, and as I am a reasonably old fart, could drop the cash for a top of the line card relatively easily, but I honestly don’t see the point when my current setup is playing everything on Ultra @ 1440p / 144Hz (2x 1080Ti)

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    • WhiteRock

      September 2, 2020 at 09:01

      Yeah geez if you have two 1080 Ti running on Ultra @ 1440p / 144Hz, then I don’t think getting an upgrade now would make any sense whatsoever. For me, sitting with a GTX970, it becomes more of a potential value proposition. Don’t get me wrong, I won’t buy a 30×0 series, but getting something in the 20×0 series is starting to make a lot more sense.

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