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Watch Nvidia's GTC 2019 Livestream Here

What will Nvidia announce at GTC?

Watch Nvidia's GTC 2019 Livestream Here

Watch Nvidia's GTC 2019 Livestream Here

Nvidia's GPU Technology Conference is about to start, the pre-GDC event where CEO Jensen Huang plans to showcase the company's plans for 2019 and reveal how their technology will push the worlds of gaming, AI and datacenters forward. 

At this time it is unknown what Nvidia plans to reveal at the event, but given the Nvidia's recent graphics card launches the company seems unlikely to be showcasing any new hardware. Likely, the show will focus on Nvidia's software efforts and how the GPU maker plans to push their technology into more markets. It is also possible that Nvidia will discuss its acquisition of Mellanox, though that deal is pending regulatory approval.  

Nvidia's GTC team is set to start at 2 PM Pacific time, which translated to 9 PM here in the UK. The keynote stream is expected to last for two hours and to be led by Nvidia's CEO Jensen Huang, tacking subjects like Deep Learning, Gaming, Autonomous Machines, Professional Graphics and Datacenter Applications.   

 

When Nvidia's livestream starts it will be available to view above, though we do plan to replace the livestream with a video archive of the event as soon as it is available.

Nvidia's GTC keynote will last around 2 hours. Do you think Jensen be wearing one of his trademark leather jackets?

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18-03-2019, 14:44:42

Dicehunter
Considering they only brought their £1200 2080 Ti out a few months ago if they announce anything so soon it's going to be a massive kick in the teeth for Nvidia customers.Quote

18-03-2019, 14:50:01

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
Considering they only brought their £1200 2080 Ti out a few months ago if they announce anything so soon it's going to be a massive kick in the teeth for Nvidia customers.
As if they care lol. That's been their game since day one.Quote

18-03-2019, 14:52:44

WYP
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
Considering they only brought their £1200 2080 Ti out a few months ago if they announce anything so soon it's going to be a massive kick in the teeth for Nvidia customers.
Yeah, at best GPU-wise we will get a 7nm Tesla V100 successor. I don't expect anything post-Turing. Nvidia hasn't even released all of their Turing GPUs yet, assuming a GTX 1650 is coming...Quote

18-03-2019, 14:52:46

tgrech
Anything big won't be a pro/con/sumer/wahetever card for a while, I've heard they're going for a Volta/GV100 replacement.Quote

18-03-2019, 15:43:45

Dark NighT
He's just there to say it just works more, i mean what other reason does he need?


On a more serious note, i doubt anything consumer based is gonna be announced.Quote
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