We are just a few hours away from the official launch of NVIDIA video cards of the next generation and some unofficial details have begun to appear on the Internet. There seems to be a chance to see tonight not just three new video cards based on the new Turing architecture that will cover the mid-high, high-end and enthusiast segments. The more modest models would be launched sometime in late 2018.
According to unconfirmed information, NVIDIA is preparing today to release three video cards from the new "GeForce RTX 20" . These would be the top RTX 2080 Ti model, the RTX 2080 high-end model, and the mid-high RTX 2070 variant. They could offer performance differences similar to those between the GTX 1070, 1080 and 1080 Ti, but each would
The range of RTX 2080 Ti could also be equipped with 11 GB of RAM, like the 1080 Ti, but the memory could be more powerful than the most powerful models currently available on the market. this time it would be GDDR6, a new generation that debuts with these video cards. For this reason, memoirs could be significantly faster than in the past. Being equipped with 4,352 CUDA cores (20% more than 1080 Ti, according to rumors), RTX 2080 Ti could be equivalent to a Quadro RTX 6000, recently revealed in terms of performance. Of course, the $ 1,000 launch prize suggests that it is a board for only the most passionate gamers. The RTX 2080 model with 2,944 CUDA cores and "only" 8 GB of RAM should be used to compare the 1080 Ti to $ 700 at launch. to provide a similar performance to the Quadro RTX 5000. Both RTX 2080 Ti and RTX 2080 should, at least in theory, be much faster than a currently available GTX 1080 Ti. The RTX 2070
Finally, the RTX 2070 could be the entry model in the range of ray-tracing video cards. It could be equipped with 2,304 CUDA gadgets and 8 GB of GDDR6 memory, like the 2080, but with only 18 streaming processors than the 23 on the RTX 2080. Even so, the RTX 2070 should be stronger than a GTX 1080 and somewhere under the performance of a GTX 1080 Ti. At $ 400, the RTX 2070 seems to be the most balanced model in the new range when we consider the performance / price ratio.
Finally, the more modest models, GeForce 20 input variants will be GTX 2050 and GTX 2060 . As the name suggests, they will not be compatible with ray-tracing content display technology. A GTX 2060 could be about as powerful as a current GTX 1080, but at an affordable price. GTX 2060 and GTX 2050 could only be released by the end of the year.
All this information is currently based on leaks and speculation. We will see how accurate they are once NVIDIA makes the official announcement tonight, but being so close to launch, many of these details are likely to be confirmed