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NVIDIA GeForce Gaming Celebration Event For Next-Gen GeForce 11/20 Series Announcement Confirmed For 20th August at Gamescom 2018

Jul 30, 2018
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NVIDIA has just announced their upcoming GeForce Gaming Celebration event which will take place on 20th August in Cologne, Germany, at Gamescom 2018. This event will be focused primarily towards the gaming audience and what best way for NVIDIA to announce their next-generation GeForce graphics cards than to do it at a premier gaming event like Gamescom 2018.

NVIDIA To Announce Next-Generation GeForce 11 Series Graphics Cards at Gamescom 2018 – GeForce Gaming Celebration Event Announced For 20th August

We have heard many rumors that point towards August as the announcement date of NVIDIA’s next-generation GeForce graphics cards. Well, the rumors seem very credible now as NVIDIA has themselves announced to hold a huge event ‘GeForce Celebration Event’ which will take place on 20th August at Gamescom 2018.

Related RUMOR: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1180 Spotted In HP Documentation – Is NVIDIA Preparing A Non-RTX Flagship?

Following is the full press release by NVIDIA:

The world’s biggest gaming expo, Gamescom 2018, runs August 21-25 in Cologne, Germany. And GeForce will loom large there —  at our Gamescom booth, Hall 10.1, Booth E-072; at our partners’ booths, powering the latest PC games; and at our own off-site GeForce Gaming Celebration that starts the day before.

The event will be loaded with new, exclusive, hands-on demos of the hottest upcoming games, stage presentations from the world’s biggest game developers, and some spectacular surprises.

To join in, simply head here, register, and turn up for the start of the festivities on Monday, Aug. 20. Doors open at 5.30pm CET and the fun starts at 6pm. There’s limited space, so make sure you arrive early. Can’t make it in person? Don’t worry, it will be livestreamed.

If you somehow choose to miss Monday’s epic event, the festivities continue on Tuesday at 10am, and run clear through to 5pm. Again, space is strictly on a first-come, first-served basis, so make sure you and your clan members turn up early to go hands-on with the spectacular PC-powered demos of the most-anticipated, yet-to-be-released games.

WHEN

Monday, Aug. 20, 2018

6pm-Midnight CET

Tuesday, Aug. 21, 2018

10am-5pm CET

WHERE

We’re keeping this a secret for now, but we’ll give you all of the details once we get closer to the event. Stay tuned to your inbox and GeForce.com for further info!

As expected, NVIDIA is doing their own event for the GeForce gaming graphics card lineup which will take place during Gamescom 2018. NVIDIA is promising new and exclusive game demos, on-stage presentations and also, some spectacular surprises during the event. We can think of no other surprise than a full-on announcement of their next-generation graphics cards which have taken too long to launch and would be finally unveiling to gamers around the globe.

This Gamescom event seems to be following the same pattern which we heard last week from a different source who mentioned similar launch timeframes for the next-generation GeForce 11 series graphics card. Do note that the naming convention has still not been confirmed but most leaks/rumors have been pointing to GeForce 11 series rather than GeForce 20 series. Following were the launch dates mentioned in the previous rumor:

  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1180 (30th August Release Date)
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1180+ (30th September Release Date)
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1170 (30th September Release Date)
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1160 (30th October Release Date)

Furthermore, we have also seen new details starting to emerge regarding the next-generation NVIDIA GeForce graphics cards as a new PCB prototype was just discovered a few weeks ago, featuring Micron’s high-performance GDDR6 memory and a beefy power management system which is required for internal testing for unreleased graphics cards and graphics boards.

GPU Memory Technology Updates

Graphics Card Name Memory Technology Memory Speed Memory Bus Memory Bandwidth Release
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 GDDR5X 10.0 Gbps 256-bit 320 GB/s 2016
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 GDDR6 14.0 Gbps 256-bit 448GB/s 2018
AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 HBM2 1.9 Gbps 2048-bit 483 GB/s 2017
AMD Radeon R9 Fury X HBM1 1.0 Gbps 4096-bit 512 GB/s 2015
NVIDIA Titan Xp GDDR5X 11.4 Gbps 384-bit 547 GB/s 2017
NVIDIA Titan V HBM2 1.7 Gbps 3072-bit 652.8 GB/s 2017
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti GDDR6 14.0 Gbps 384-bit 672GB/s 2018
NVIDIA Tesla P100 HBM2 1.4 Gbps 4096-bit 720 GB/s 2016
NVIDIA Tesla V100 HBM2 1.7 Gbps 4096-bit 901 GB/s 2017

In our previous report, we mentioned how NVIDIA and their board partners are already prepping up custom cooling solutions and board designs for the next-generation graphics cards. You can check out more on that here.

Which NVIDIA GeForce RTX 20 series graphics card are you looking forward to the most?
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