It has been teased for a few months now that new “Super” GTX GPUs will be announced by NVIDIA in the not too distant future. That’s precisely what the company has done today. Super is its new line of faster Turing-based GPUs. The Super-branded GeForce RTX 2080, RTX 2080, and RTX 2060 make up the new series.
NVIDIA teased its flagship consumer GPU, the Titan RTX, not too long ago. The company today officially unveiled this product. It’s a beast of a GPU with a price tag to match. For $2,500, customers get 72 Turing RT and 4,608 CUDA cores as well as 24GB GDDR6 VRAM. That’s a considerable improvement compared to the 68 and 4,352 cores of the RTX 2080 Ti.
It’s not uncommon for users to experience a few issues with a new product. Their complaints are often amplified on social media and the support forums until the issues are ironed out. There seem to be quite a few complaints about NVIDIA’s RTX 2080 Ti graphics card so far. The cards are reportedly failing at a high rate.
With launch preparations for the GeForce RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti out of the way, NVIDIA is now focusing on the GeForce RTX 2070. Benchmarks of this graphics card are yet to arrive but it’s evidently going to be a powerful option for those in the market for a new card. NVIDIA has confirmed that the more affordable GeForce RTX 2070 will be released on October 17th.
NVIDIA hinted earlier this week that it may announce a new set of graphics cards at Gamescom. A new report brings us the purported GeForce RTX 2080 specs, which if accurate, will certainly appeal to gamers. The report also mentions that NVIDIA won’t just be unveiling the RTX 2080 at the event, it will also unveil the high-performance RTX 2080 ti variant at the same time.
Gamers have been finding it really difficult to get their hands on graphics cards recently due to the cryptocurrency mining rush. This caused prices to surge considerably thus putting the cards out of reach of those who just wanted to upgrade their gaming machines. The situation has improved in the past few weeks though and gamers will also like that NVIDIA has now launched a new budget option for them, […]
The cryptocurrency mining gold rush made it very difficult for people to get their hands on GPUs as the bulk of the supply was picked up by those setting up their mining rigs, leaving little to no stock for gamers who wanted to upgrade their machines. They either had to wait or pay a premium to get a graphics card over the manufacturer suggested retail price. That frenzy has calmed […]
AMD has now unveiled its new high-end lineup of Radeon RX Vega graphics cards today. The new GPUs have been created to compete with NVIDIA’s offerings for PCs. AMD released its last flagship card, the Fury X, back in 2015 so it’s about time that the company came out with a new flagship card.
AMD today announced the launch of what it claims to be the world’s first dual-GPU graphics card meant for professionals. The AMD Radeon Pro Duo features two Polaris-based graphics cards packed into one single card. The company claims that this package provides 11.45 teraflops of power. It’s geared towards customers who want a graphics solution to hand professional workload like VR content creation.
There are countless methods to cool down internal PC components that tend to run a bit hot when they’re being pushed to peak performance. Liquid cooling is often mentioned as one of the best ways to ensure that the components stay within their temperature ranges even under heavy load. Simple fans can suffice in most cases as well but all of these solutions require moving parts and power sources. Passive […]