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The Countdown Begins for Nvidia's "Be For The Game" Event - Watch it Here

Are you ready for Nvidia's Geforce Gaming Celebration?

The Countdown Begins for Nvidia's

The Countdown Begins for Nvidia's "Be For The Game" Event - Watch it Here

The countdown has started and the time of Nvidia's Geforce Gaming Celebration is fast approaching, where Nvidia will reveal to the world their "latest Geforce Hardware" and everything that they have been working on with game developers. 

The countdown started at 5 PM BST, indicating that Nvidia's livestream will start at 5 PM BST on Monday, August 20th. This time translates to 6 PM CET, when Nvidia's "Geforce Gaming Celebration" officially begins in Cologne Germany. 

At this event, we expect demos for upcoming PC games, developers using Nvidia's RTX ray tracing technology and perhaps the gaming-oriented announcement of the company's Turing graphics architecture. Nvidia's official Twitch stream is embedded below. 

Update - We have replaced Nvidia's Twitch Livestream with a YouTube VOD of the event. 


You can join the discussion on Nvidia's "Be For the Game" live stream on the OC3D Forums

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17-08-2018, 18:53:20

Wraith
Oh yes, I'll be on discord for the entirety of it.Quote

17-08-2018, 21:04:56

MacLeod
Man I hope they finally announce the new GPU's and when they'll be on shelves. If not, this is going to be a huge disappointment at least to me.Quote

18-08-2018, 01:29:12

Dicehunter
Will be interesting to watch but my money's staying in my wallet until January at the very least.Quote

18-08-2018, 02:02:54

TheF34RChannel
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
Will be interesting to watch but my money's staying in my wallet until January at the very least.
Really, that long? Why?

If this Ti is it for this series range I'll get one sooner than later and expected. I need to see EVGA cards.Quote

18-08-2018, 02:39:07

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by TheF34RChannel View Post
Really, that long? Why?

If this Ti is it for this series range I'll get one sooner than later and expected. I need to see EVGA cards.
Starting on Monday I'm working 6 days a week 12 hours a day and at the end of November I'm going to the US for 3 months and may get an extra 3 month extension so having a GPU sit at home for 6 months would be a waste of money, Plus judging by them releasing a Ti at the same time as their non Ti I'm guessing they'll be replaced by February or March anyway when we see the really big beefy cards, These going by available info seem heavily cut down.Quote
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