Nvidia might announce a new graphics card on May 14th

by April 29, 2020 0 comments

The wait has been quite long. There have been quite a few leaks floating around regarding the RTX 3000 series and the next generation of Nvidia graphics cards and many were expecting a reveal, at least of the workstation graphics card lineup at Computex 2020. But Coronavirus hampered those plans and the event was cancelled. But we might be getting a reveal on May 14th in the form of a Youtube reveal.

Nvidia announced that the keynote which was supposed to be held at GTC 2020 will now instead go live on their Youtube channel on 14th May, 6 am PT (6:30 PM IST). This keynote will be pre-recorded and not livestreamed.

The company said, “Huang [Nvidia’s CEO] will highlight the company’s latest innovations in AI, high performance computing, data science, autonomous machines, healthcare and graphics during the recorded keynote.”

The graphics part is what has us excited. I do not expect them to announce the RTX lineup, but I do expect them to announce workstation GPU with their next gen Ampere architecture, which will make their RTX 3000 series.

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