Nvidia will be hosting their Computex keynote tonight

Nvidia will be hosting their Computex keynote tonight

Nvidia will be hosting their Computex keynote tonight

Nvidia will be hosting their Computex keynote tonight

 
Later today Nvidia will be hosting their Computex keynote, with their webcast streaming live just one day before AMD's Computex Press Conference. This will allow Nvidia to showcase their compute products before AMD has the opportunity to show Vega in action, with some saying that Nvidia will reveal Geforce Volta.  

 

This livestream will take place tonight at 8:30 PM PST, which translates to 4:30 am tomorrow morning here in the UK.  

Personally, I do not buy the rumours that Nvidia will be launching Volta Geforce GPUs at Computex, especially considering the recent launches of the Pascal Titan Xp, GTX 1080/1060 11GBPS and 9GBPS version and the GTX 1080 Ti. Releasing a new series of GPUs now would be a slap in the face to both consumers and GPU manufacturers, many of which plans on showcasing new GTX 1080 Ti GPUs at Computex. 

Releasing a new series of GPUs now would be a slap in the face to both consumers and GPU manufacturers, many of which plans on showcasing new GTX 1080 Ti GPUs at Computex. 

 

Nvidia will be hosting their Computex keynote tonight

 

At this time it is unknown what Nvidia plans on showing at this event, though we certainly look forward to watching it live and finding out. 

 

You can join the discussion on Nvidia's Computex Live Event on the OC3D Forums

  

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29-05-2017, 05:45:04

Dicehunter
I agree that releasing or announcing new GeForce GPU's so incredibly soon after the launch of the 1080 Ti, 2 months, Titan Xp, 1 month and 11Gbps 1080 would be a huge maHOOsive slap in the face for customers and graphics board partners but Nvidia have shown that they don't really have any respect for customers or board partners so a new GeForce announcement wouldn't surprise me.Quote

29-05-2017, 05:48:41

WYP
Also note that there is no mention of gaming or Geforce in their image, just AI.Quote

29-05-2017, 06:38:10

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
I agree that releasing or announcing new GeForce GPU's so incredibly soon after the launch of the 1080 Ti, 2 months, Titan Xp, 1 month and 11Gbps 1080 would be a huge maHOOsive slap in the face for customers and graphics board partners but Nvidia have shown that they don't really have any respect for customers or board partners so a new GeForce announcement wouldn't surprise me.
They don't care about any of that. Any time they release two Titan cards per tech they are dealing the best pimp slap you could possibly land.Quote

29-05-2017, 06:58:28

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
They don't care about any of that. Any time they release two Titan cards per tech they are dealing the best pimp slap you could possibly land.
The truly sad thing is there are people who justify Nvidia's actions by continually buying their uber expensive Titan cards twice per gen, Next gen they will probably release 3 different Titan cards and there'll be people out there that will buy all 3.Quote

29-05-2017, 07:33:08

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
The truly sad thing is there are people who justify Nvidia's actions by continually buying their uber expensive Titan cards twice per gen, Next gen they will probably release 3 different Titan cards and there'll be people out there that will buy all 3.
Yup. Whilst I hate Nvidia's business practices they are only punishing fools so it doesn't bother me. Fool + money = easily parted.

"And they're not just any old lawnmower engines Rodney.... They're broken lawnmower engines"Quote
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