September 28th, 2018

Nvidia teasing 8/20/18 reveal of its new gaming graphics card

Nvidia teasing 8/20/18 reveal of its new gaming graphics card

Nvidia lovers, be prepared. The ‘Green Team’ is gearing up for the reveal for its all-new graphics card dedicated to gamers. The Nvidia Twitter page posted this cryptic tweet, linking to its Twitch livestream which is currently showing a countdown to the big reveal:

At the time of writing, the reveal is about 12 hours away. Of course, we’ll provide the real details once the news has been formally broken.

Nvidia’s gaming scene has been relatively quiet for the past several months. The last big event was back in 2016 with the arrival of the GTX 10-Series cards which use the Pascal architecture. This release ushered in a new era of gaming laptops as they finally shared truly similar GPU capabilities to their desktop counterparts. It will be interesting to see what big upgrade Nvidia will bring to the table this time around.

One thing is for sure, my Lenovo Y700 just shed a bit of a digital tear knowing that it’s now getting even more dated due to its 960M. My wallet is joining in for solidarity.

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  • exaz98

    Having been introduced to video games at the age of 3 via a Nintendo 64, A.K has grown up in the culture. A fan of simulators and racers, with a soft spot for Nintendo! But, he has a great respect for the entire video game world and enjoys watching it all expand as a whole.

    • Vilhelm Witcher

      gaming on a laptop lol fk that desktop will always be better hands down simply because better cooling

      • A.K Rahming

        Have you ever considered that there are practical reasons why someone would choose a gaming laptop over a desktop? I know that desktops are typically better suited for gaming, but I bought my gaming laptop right before I moved away from home. I’ve now been travelling for two years, and transporting stuff on a plane is no easy feat. My laptop fits into my backpack; can’t do that with a desktop. On top of that, having moved around several apartments, it would be a pain to have to teardown and move around a desktop. Again, the convenience of laptop comes in handy.