We are experiencing a very curious phase in the world of graphics cards! In the end, both AMD and NVIDIA are teasing what they have to offer in the next generation. In fact, now that we know the specifications of the new generation consoles, the ‘hype’ around AMD’s RDNA 2 architecture is real! Since even NVIDIA is on tiptoe to see what could happen to its market dominance.
After all, the giant responsible for the current RTX 2000 is planning to launch a new range of super powerful gaming cards to not even give the rival a chance.
New AMD and NVIDIA graphics cards in September 2020! The current range will suffer significant price cuts!
Therefore, with Computex 2020 approaching at a fast pace (probably in Online format). It seems that both manufacturers will considerably lower the prices of the current range (RTX 2000 and RX 5000) to make room for new bombshell products.
After all, NVIDIA promises a serious performance boost while also betting on energy efficiency with the 7nm Ampere architecture. In parallel, we also have AMD ready to attack the rival forcefully after almost 10 years in its shadow, will we have a repeat of what happened in the Intel vs. AMD rivalry?
New AMD and NVIDIA graphics cards in September 2020! – Besides, what do you think about all this? Share your opinion with us in the comments below.
NVIDIA ‘killed’ the Tesla range because of Tesla cars!
Well, after NVIDIA introduced its ambitious GPU A100, the first chip based on the new 7nm Ampere architecture that is expected to impress everyone and everything in the graphics card market. It was pretty obvious to everyone that the idea was to make the name 'Tesla' disappear from the face of the Earth.
In other words, NVIDIA no longer wants to use this nomenclature for its HEDT GPUs, focused on the AI, HPC market, etc … Something strange, given that this range of products was a big bet by the manufacturer, since it was here that the company bet strong and ugly on GPGPUs, with the big goal of taking the CUDA world to a whole new level.
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