Since this year’s Computex 2021 big electronics show won’t be in another year’s physical release, everything will be done digitally. Just hours after AMD takes the reins, it’s Nvidia’s turn to take the digital stage. For those looking for new on the consumer side Magnifier Geoff Fisher, CEO of Geforce, who recently during CES 2021 pulled the veil off the mid-range Geforce RTX 3060 card.
at Teaser On Twitter, Nvidia is showing three images from Doom Eternal, Escape from Tarkov, and Rainbow Six Siege, which can be assumed to support Geforce-specific technologies such as DLSS. Nvidia also offers a glimpse of the laptop, something that comes shortly after the Geforce RTX 3050 and RTX 3050 Ti launched its laptops. Whether there will be something new on the graphics front or if they simply want to demonstrate their success with partner manufacturers is not yet known.
A somewhat guaranteed novelty is the Geforce RTX 3080 Ti. The model takes a real step forward from the RTX 3080 in terms of specifications and reputation closer to the RTX 3090. The biggest difference seems to be the amount of GDDR6X memory, which takes the step down from 24GB for the RTX 3090 to 12GB for the RTX 3080 Ti.
Another novelty that can be introduced is the Geforce RTX 3070 Ti. This graphics card is believed to take a slight step up from the RTX 3070 in terms of CUDA cores. The biggest difference is instead expected to be that the graphics memory takes a step up from 8GB GDDR6 to 8GB GDDR6.X, Which guarantees a significant increase in memory bandwidth.
New graphics cards and features in games or laptops. What are you looking for the most from Nvidia?
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