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Nvidia reportedly inviting the press to Gamescom

AMD reportedly has their own event planned for July

AMD and Nvidia reportedly inviting press to Gamescom

Nvidia reportedly inviting the press to Gamescom

Rumour has it that Nvidia has started to invite members of the gaming press to Gamescom 2018, an event that takes place between August 21st and August 25th, to showcase future gaming titles on Nvidia hardware. 

Videocardz has reported that Nvidia is allegedly sending invitations to an event at or surrounding Gamescom, with coverage that may span several days. This invitation has no mention of new hardware, though a hands-on presentation of PC gaming titles is on the menu. 

These dates lineup well with earlier rumours that Nvidia would release or reveal their next-generation of graphics hardware in late August or early September.   

AMD and Nvidia reportedly inviting press to Gamescom  

Videocardz has also reported that AMD is also inviting the press to an event of their own, which is set to take place around a month before Gamescom, placing the event sometime in mid-late July, though at this time no details about this event are known. 

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29-06-2018, 16:07:29

Dicehunter
I'm more excited to see what AMD are bringing out, Whoever is in charge of their GPU division needs to be slapped with a fish a good dozen times, No more experimental crap, Just raw horsepower.Quote

29-06-2018, 17:46:01

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
I'm more excited to see what AMD are bringing out, Whoever is in charge of their GPU division needs to be slapped with a fish a good dozen times, No more experimental crap, Just raw horsepower.
They have just hired two new people. It will take a few years before there products come to marketQuote

29-06-2018, 18:29:31

TheF34RChannel
Nvidia always has its own event when launching GeForce so I'm not holding my breath. Not going to be buying anyway Quote

29-06-2018, 21:01:59

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by TheF34RChannel View Post
Nvidia always has its own event when launching GeForce so I'm not holding my breath. Not going to be buying anyway
I want to buy... Want something around 1080ti performance for 1080 price so I can run better run my 144hz monitor at ultra settings. And prepare myself for a 3440x1440Quote

30-06-2018, 02:39:09

wozza365
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
I'm more excited to see what AMD are bringing out, Whoever is in charge of their GPU division needs to be slapped with a fish a good dozen times, No more experimental crap, Just raw horsepower.
Vega already was raw horsepower. It was a more powerful card than the 1080 in raw terms. 12Gflops compared to 8. Problem is most things are better optimized for Nvidia architecture.

If AMD wants to stand a chance, it needs to follow the same principles as Ryzen, producing smaller dies and then releasing multi-die chips. It means near 100% yields and significantly reduced costs.Quote
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