Nvidia has teased about some spectacular surprises that the American technology and graphics processing unit (GPU) giant is planning to reveal in the near future. The company announced that it is holding a GeForce Gaming Celebration event at the upcoming Gamescom 2018 in Germany. This gaming expo is set to kick off from August 21 on till August 25 and it is considered to be world s biggest gaming exhibition. The company added that GeForce will loom large at the exhibition there which is likely to be a hint about the things to come. Also Read - Microsoft Xbox Gamescom 2021 event recap: Forza Horizon 5, Age of Empires IV and moreAlso Read - Intel Arc is the company’s new Graphics brand, first discrete GPUs coming in 2022
According to the company, the event is set to take place on August 20 and will include new, exclusive games about with hands-on demos. It is expected that the company is planning to launch its next generation of GPUs including the much anticipated GeForce GTX 1180. According to a report by The Verge, the company had initially scheduled a talk with the title NVIDIA s Next Generation Mainstream GPU . This new GPU is expected to be based on a new Turing architecture. Though, the company CEO, Jensen Huang added that the next generation of GeForce GPUs is a long time from now, but we have observed teasers and conversations around the GTX 11 series on the internet. Also Read - Intel exec reveals mobile gamers want to shift to PCs; pandemic accelerated the process
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As pointed out in the report, the GTX 1180 is expected to come with 3,584 CUDA cores clocked from 1.6 to 1.8 GHz. The card is likely to pack up to a massive 16GB GDDR6 memory. Similar to previous generations, the GTX 1180 is expected to bring the usual performance improvements.
As pointed out in the report, this new generation of GPUs is expected to run the latest games on displays as large as a 27-inch panel with 144Hz refresh rate, HDR, G-Sync support as well that 4K resolution. There new and large gaming monitors are expected to be priced at $2,000 and they will need the latest that Nvidia has to offer to run these games.