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Nvidia plans to host a "Geforce Special Event" on September 1st

It must be Ampere, right?

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Nvidia plans to host a "Geforce Special Event" on September 1st  

Nvidia plans to host a "Geforce Special Event" on September 1st, an event which will likely act as the launch platform for the company's RTX 30 series of Ampere-powered graphics cards. 

Nvidia's "Geforce Special Event" will be hosted by the company's CEO, Jensen Huang, and take place at 9 am Pacific Time, translating to 5 PM BST (UK Time). This event will showcase Nvidia's "latest innovations in gaming and graphics", which makes this event a must-watch for PC gamers.  

Right now, this launch event is rumoured to be the launch event for Nvidia's RTX 3080 and RTX 3080 Ti, GPUs which will act as the company's next-generation gaming flagships. 
 

    NVIDIA will broadcast a GeForce Special Event, featuring an address by founder and CEO Jensen Huang, on Sept. 1, at 9 a.m. Pacific time.

During the event, Huang will highlight the company’s latest innovations in gaming and graphics. Tune in at https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/special-event/. 

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11-08-2020, 10:37:10

Bagpuss
My heart sinks whenever i find out he's hosting an event like this, he just waffles on and on, telling the world repeatedly how great Nvidia is.


Basically talking too much without actually saying anything


The Turing launch event was utter tedium.Quote

11-08-2020, 10:47:29

WYP
Quote:
Originally Posted by Bagpuss View Post
My heart sinks whenever i find out he's hosting an event like this, he just waffles on and on, telling the world repeatedly how great Nvidia is.


Basically talking too much without actually saying anything


The Turing launch event was utter tedium.
I enjoy the detail, but I agree that it can get tedious.Quote

11-08-2020, 10:54:30

AlienALX
Quote:
Originally Posted by Bagpuss View Post
My heart sinks whenever i find out he's hosting an event like this, he just waffles on and on, telling the world repeatedly how great Nvidia is.


Basically talking too much without actually saying anything


The Turing launch event was utter tedium.
It's the American way. Spend 20 minutes saying what could have been said in ten seconds.

Get used to it.Quote

11-08-2020, 14:01:44

Warchild
Quote:
Originally Posted by Bagpuss View Post
My heart sinks whenever i find out he's hosting an event like this, he just waffles on and on, telling the world repeatedly how great Nvidia is.


Basically talking too much without actually saying anything


The Turing launch event was utter tedium.
Why wouldnt he do that.. his words sell well.

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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
It's the American way. Spend 20 minutes saying what could have been said in ten seconds.

Get used to it.
I think the British invented it though. The art of Waffle talk. Only need to look at some of the walls of text we see on this forum which can be shorted by about 40 lines in most cases. Quote

12-08-2020, 03:27:09

Avet
Quote:
Originally Posted by Bagpuss View Post
My heart sinks whenever i find out he's hosting an event like this, he just waffles on and on, telling the world repeatedly how great Nvidia is.


Basically talking too much without actually saying anything


The Turing launch event was utter tedium.
Like it or not Nvidia actually is that great and big. They are dominating the world ATM.

And about talking too much... Have you seen any Tom's video? Quote
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