Nvidia sent out a press invitation for a special event on Tuesday, September 20th at 8am PT. Green on his team’s GTC 2022 conference kickoff, GeForce Beyond (opens in new tab) The day will begin with a special broadcast, followed by a keynote from Nvidia founder and CEO Jensen Huang.
With the Nvidia GeForce RTX 40 series expected to launch in the coming weeks, it looks like the first official reveal date for the Ada Lovelace architecture graphics card has been confirmed. If things go the rumored way and play out in a similar fashion to the Ampere generation, we can see Nvidia kicking off that revelation with his AD102 GPU-based solution at the top end, possibly his RTX 4090. This will be the head of the launch, and Nvidia is believed to be not far behind with the RTX 4080 and RTX 4070, so expect to siphon off early adopter dollars. However, the extent of the September 20th exposure is not yet known.
As seen above, Nvidia released a teaser video for “Project Beyond” before the press email. The invitation also includes details such as the date and time of the GeForce Beyond special broadcast and the order of events. According to the official blurb, his GeForce Beyond segment will be shown at the start of the event at 8am, followed by his Jensen Huang keynote. He details Nvidia’s “latest breakthroughs in gaming, creation, and graphics technology.”
There are at least three options for watching GeForce Beyond specials on GTC. Nvidia hosts the stream at https://www.nvidia.com/gtc/ (opens in new tab). If you wish Youtube Also convulsions, their videos will also be streamed live on social media platforms. For those of you who think 8am PT is too early, you can watch the recorded replay. But more importantly remember to come back for sure. tom’s hardware For an in-depth analysis of the event, discussion of what was revealed, and insight into the announcement.
Less than two weeks later, it’s worth catching up on the news, leaks, and rumors we’ve collected in our regularly updated Nvidia Ada Lovelace and GeForce RTX 40 Series: Everything We Know feature.