A teaser has been dropped by the Nvidia on Aug 10 with an update on the twitter page saying “The #Ultimate Countdown. 21 Days. 21 years”, speculations are up for the major announcement on August 31 on which these 21 days will end which is also the day when Nvidia will mark the 21st anniversary of the GeForce graphics card series.
The anniversary will be the perfect time to introduce new products; the company might introduce much awaited and rumored GeForceRTX 3000 series, leaked images of which have already been circulating the internet.
Nvidia has released a new video teaser for the September 1st week GeForce event, in which they have shared the design of next-generation video cards. The video shows Nvidia designer and engineers discussing the ampere based GeForce cards, some leaks are hinting towards RTX 300 series launch on Sept 1st, with the unveiling of major flagship cards of this series.
The video suggests that three slotted RTX 3090 the flagship card model coming with a 12 pin connector will provide with 24GB of GDDR6X memory and will have a pennant shape board and will house a cooling shroud, as problems of GPUs cooling that have surfaced in current times, they have redesigned their cooling solution to improve airflow and consider it a major breakthrough, maybe that is why Nvidia has focused a lot on cooling throughout the video.
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THE upcoming RTX 3000 series is speculated to house more transistors by using TSMC’s 7-nanometer manufacturing process, an upgrade from the 12nm process in the current RTX 2000 series, which will provide a major boost in the gaming experience. Major speculation also says that some major improvements will be done in ‘ray tracing’, which can improve the lighting and shadow effects in the game environment.
Nvidia has not declared a bunch of details yet, so a question is still dangling in the minds, what will be the cost of the RTX 3000 cards. Rumors say the RTX 3090 might have a price tag of $1400. Being a market product, prices will play a huge role, as consumers compare the performance of a card with the price first.