Today – the announcement of the GeForce RTX 3090 and RTX 3080. We tell you what to expect and where to watch the live broadcast in Russian

Almost two years have passed since the introduction of the Turing generation gaming graphics cards, and finally NVIDIA is ready to introduce its next generation GeForce series graphics cards. It is believed that these video cards will be named by analogy with the previous family and will belong to the GeForce RTX 30 series, which will be based on new architecture Amperewhich is already in use in the data center industry.

New accelerators will be released from compliance with 7nm standards at TSMC facilities and promise to significantly develop the capabilities of the current 12nm GeForce RTX 20 accelerators, especially in the field of ray tracing and artificial intelligence, thanks to a new generation of RT blocks and tensor cores. The new cards should also receive support for PCI Express 4.0, HDMI 2.1 and DisplayPort 1.4a.

The NVIDIA GeForce Special will take place on September 1 at 7:00 pm ET. NVIDIA will broadcast it on its website… But Russian users will be able to watch it simultaneously with the whole world with simultaneous translation in Russian through the official NVIDIA community on the Vkontakte social network:

What exactly NVIDIA will show on September 1 is not known for certain, but it is expected that it will be at least about the flagship video cards of the new generation. NVIDIA itself promises to talk about the future of games after 2020. Also, those who wish can follow the announcements in the official Russian NVIDIA Twitter page… By the way, the company has already published a teaser in which it announced that the future is almost here:

In the recent interview NVIDIA CEO and Founder Jensen Huang has promised to deliver some exciting news. Perhaps, walking onto the stage in his unchanged leather jacket, will he introduce not only new graphics cards, but also some other gaming consumer products?

Almost certainly, along with the flagship accelerators themselves, we will hear about new technologies in the field of graphics. In 2018, along with the announcement of the Turing family, the company, for example, introduced DLSS smart scaling technology. Today, in version 2.0, it allows you to achieve quality comparable to native resolution, with significantly less computing resources.

However, it is expected that the more massive video cards of the Ampere family, belonging to the mid-price segment, will be presented later – in October and November. And mobile accelerators will reach the shelves in 2021.

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According to the latest unofficial data, NVIDIA is going to release three models of graphics cards based on the Ampere architecture in September: GeForce RTX 3090 with 24 GB of video memory, RTX 3080 with 10 GB of memory and RTX 3070 with 8 GB of memory. There is also an assumption that the partners will present the second version of the GeForce RTX 3080 with 20 GB of video memory (the latter, however, may not appear in September). They will all use GDDR6X memory.

The flagship NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 allegedly uses the GA102-300 chip with 5248 CUDA cores and is equipped with 24 GB GDDR6X with a 384-bit bus and a performance of 19.5 Gbps per pin. This brings the theoretical bandwidth to 936 GB / s. The declared TGP (Total Graphics Power) level for this model will be 350 watts. The standard NVIDIA board design will include a new 12-pin external power connector.

GeForce RTX 3080, according to rumors, will receive 4352 CUDA cores, 10 GB GDDR6X 19 Gb / s and a 320-bit bus, so that the maximum bandwidth will be 760 GB / s. The declared value of the TGP level of the novelty is 320 W.

Finally, the GeForce RTX 3070 may be introduced at a later date. It will receive 8 GB GDDR6 (not X) 16 Gb / s and a 256-bit bus (total bandwidth – 512 GB / s), and the TGP level of the card will be 220 W. The number of CUDA cores has yet to be announced.

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