Take this how you will, but Inno3D, purveyors of fine Nvidia graphics cards, has either leaked the existence of a GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Super card, or else made a simple typo in the terms and conditions for its Control/Wolfenstein Youngblood giveaway. Whichever of those eventualities is true the company has since deleted the offending detail from back in July and so obviously it never happened.
Last month Nvidia set out to find a producer for its Lightspeed Studios, a game dev operation set on taking classic games and dipping them by the ankle into the river ray tracing. But just what videogame “that you know and love” is the RTX studio working on? We took to Twitter to poll the people with some of our own suggestions (unchecked by any formalities prerequisite to remastering someone else’s game), and the results were clear.
It looks like Nvidia has taken the smart step of renaming the GTX 1650 Ti that was planned in for an October launch this year. That’s one of the takeaways from Gigabyte’s latest graphics card SKU listing submitted to the EEC database today. The other obviously being that there are some AMD RX 5500 and RX 5500 XT GPUs coming our way soon.
Nvidia is set to launch the new GTX 1660 Super on October 29, that’s according to the latest rumours from China at least. Asus reportedly confirmed it would have three different variants of the GTX 1660 Super at launch, suggesting it’s going to be another AIB-first release. It’s going to have the Dual Evo, Phoenix, and TUF 3 models ready for launch, and it looks like that could be October 29 this year.
Nvidia is applying its RTX graphics card’s artificial intelligence smarts to remove the need for streamers’ green screens. Thanks to the Tensor Cores within the Turing architecture, Nvidia is reportedly able to ditch green screens altogether and let its AI figure out where you end and the background begins.
Reports of Nvidia’s GTX 1660 Super hitting the shelves very soon are coming in thick and fast – this time from sources close to major partner and graphics card manufacturer, Asus. Following earlier rumours hinting at the GTX 1660 Super’s release, this Navi-tussling graphics card is now incredibly likely to turn up on shelves in the very near future.
Nvidia is reportedly gearing up to launch the GTX 1650 Ti on October 22 according to the latest insider information. The rumoured graphics card is ostensibly set to replace the GTX 1050 Ti, and will sit in the tight gap between the GTX 1650 and GTX 1660 as an alternative to AMD’s mainstream and budget lineup.
Nvidia has “de-risked” creating GPUs from AMD Zen 2-style multiple chiplets, but its engineers say it’s still not at a point where the technology makes sense in terms of dropping it into a next-gen graphics card design.
Red Dead Redemption 2 is going to be a Google Stadia streaming exclusive. That’s the only reasonable conclusion that can be drawn from Rockstar’s decision to deliberately remove Grand Theft Auto 5 from Nvidia’s GeForce Now service. Probably. I mean, there could be other rational explanations, but none would be more pleasing. Rockstar has been named as a Google Stadia launch publisher, but, like Capcom and EA, has yet to list which games it’s going to be bringing to the streaming service at launch.
Eliminating queued frames lowers lag by "up to 33 percent." ARS T...