You are currently viewing NVIDIA Teases Next-Gen Graphic Cards As It Prepares For September GeForce Event

NVIDIA Teases Next-Gen Graphic Cards As It Prepares For September GeForce Event

  • Post author:
  • Post category:Uncategorized
  • Post comments:0 Comments

Nvidia is preparing for its GeForce event in early September by teasing the design for its next-gen graphic cards. In a new video, the company’s engineers and designers discuss the changes being made to its next Ampere-based GeForce cards.


Rumours have suggested that Nvidia will announce RTX 3000 Series cards on 1st September 2020. The announcement is to also include an RTX 3080 and a flagship RTX 3090 card.


The company flashed what could be a RTX 3090 at the end of the video. The image matches recent leaks that claim the RTX 3090 will ship with a new cooling shroud and a pennant-shaped board.


The video places a heavy emphasis on cooling also pointing out a redesign in its cooling system to improve airflow, surmounting the challenges in today’s GPU cooling solutions.

Also read:
– Takeover: NVIDIA Is Reportedly In Talks To Buy ARM For Over $32 Billion
– Facebook Tightens Its Grip On e-Commerce Industry With New Shop Tab
– Amazon Announces 115-Megawatt Wind Farm In Ireland To Power AWS Data Centers

Additionally, the company confirms that it is moving to a 12-pin connector, proving the leaks right again. The 12-pin connector is smaller than the usual two traditional eight-pin connectors, and Nvidia will also include an adapter that’s compatible with eight-pin cables.


Nvidia’s choice of the 12-pin connector is to allow more space on the board for components and cooling. However, this does not mean that its third-party board partners will also adopt the new 12-pin connector.


Other leaks have suggested that the RTX 3090 will take up three slots, will ship 24GB of GDDR6X memory, and also act as the Titan top-of-the-line card for this generation. A new low-profile leaf spring which will provide space for a back cover on the card and a stronger mechanical structure mentioned in the video lends credence to those rumours.


Nvidia will unravel the full details of its next-gen graphic cards, at the Geforce event on 1st September 2020. If the rumours are true, then Nvidia may be launching some era-defining GPUs for PC gaming.


For your daily dose of tech, lifestyle, and trending content, make sure to follow Plat4om on Twitter @Plat4omLive, on Instagram @Plat4om, on LinkedIn at Plat4om, and on Facebook at Plat4om. You can also email us at and join our channel on Telegram at Plat4om. Finally, don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel HERE.

Leave a Reply