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Nvidia teases something SUPER for Computex 2019

A new SUPERpowered graphics card?

Nvidia teases something SUPER for Computex 2019

Nvidia teases something SUPER for Computex 2019

Nvidia has started to tease their upcoming Computex 2019 announcements, promising to deliver something that SUPER exciting. What do we know so far? Basically nothing, aside from the fact that it will be SUPER. 

The teaser below gives us little to base our assumptions on. Could Nvidia be teasing a new piece of hardware? A SUPERpowered RTX 2080 Ti with 16Gbps memory, or perhaps a new RTX model with a larger allotment of CUDA cores? Maybe a new way to utilise the RTX series' Tensor cores for AI enhanced gaming, or maybe a superpowered enterprise graphics card to replace the Volta-powered Titan V and Quadro GV100. 

SUPER could mean almost anything, but if Nvidia's teaser has done anything it has at least made us a little more excited to see what they have in store for us this year. Given the fact that Nvidia's SUPER teaser is available on the consumer-focused Geforce YouTube channel, we can assume that they are planning to reveal a new consumer product, that said, Nvidia's consumer-grade processors need not be affordable... G-Sync HDR and the RTX 2080 Ti comes to mind.   


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23-05-2019, 12:06:42

ImprovizoR
It's Nvidia though, so prepare for fraud.Quote

23-05-2019, 12:21:01

demonking
SUPER overhyped, SUPER overengineered and SUPER overpriced.
If its anything other than these things I will be SUPER surprised
Whatever this is, Its only an attempt to take away from the AMD announcements.Quote

23-05-2019, 12:24:57

tgrech
I think it's gonna be 16Gbps GDDR6, maybe a little clock bump. Turing does seem to be more bandwidth hungry than previous NVidia generations(Especially with RTX on), so maybe that 15% bandwidth bump will translate to more than Pascal's memory clock refresh cards did.Quote

23-05-2019, 12:28:42

Eddie long
they had a little while since first launch , it will be a rtx titan x Quote

23-05-2019, 12:44:44

robert3892
It's a Turing refresh to combat AMD's Nav's announcementQuote
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