At Gamesom on Monday, Nvidia finally announced what we have all been eagerly anticipating-a new generation of consumer graphics cards based on its "monster" Turing architecture, with ray-tracing capabilities.
There's no word on GPU clockspeeds, but we can expect the RTX 2080 Ti to outpace its predecessor.
Nvidia is keeping its (graphics) cards close to the vest, but in all likelihood, the GeForce RTX 2080 will be the star of the show at today's event. Typically the Ti models come out several months after Nvidia fleshes out its product stack.
Nvidia will help to kick off Gamescom 2018 - the largest gaming convention in the world - on Monday as it takes the stage to introduce a new line of GeForce graphics cards.
Just to put the cherry on the proverbial cake for NVIDIA, American hardware manufacturer PNY Technologies managed to leak the specifications of their XLR8 line of overclocked GeForce RTX 2080 and 2080 Ti's themselves. And while the 1080 Ti also has 11GB of memory, it has less bandwidth with its GDDR5x memory as opposed to the 2080 Ti's GDDR6. The GeForce RTX 2070 is not available yet, and we're still waiting for Nvidia to say when it will release. Our own Dave Altavilla will be in attendance at the event, so we'll be passing down hands-on images and video of the new cards for you all of our readers to enjoy within the next few hours.