Nvidia announces special GeForce RTX broadcast event for next week
PC graphics card maker Nvidia is already gearing up to showcase its next technology. The company announced that it will be hosting a special event GeForce RTX broadcast event which is scheduled for next week, Tuesday, Jan. 4 at 8:00 a.m. PST / 11:00 a.m. EST. The broadcast will take place simultaneously during the same week as the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) which showcases all new and upcoming technologies in a near and far time frame.
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Nvidia says in its tweet that the event will have “exciting news in the world of video games”. This isn’t all that surprising considering the amount of graphics material routinely used by gamers in the PC community, but for some reason they have explicitly mentioned them in this statement. It is possible that during this presentation we will see some new gameplay from an unannounced IP, or even an existing IP. While the focus is on the technological aspects of broadcasting, the possibility is there.
Speaking of this goal, on the main event page Nvidia shows that it will focus on three main topics. The first will be the RTX 30 series of graphics cards, which is the current flagship line of graphics cards on the market. The second will concern RTX 30 laptops, as more and more of them are integrated into gaming laptops. Finally, Nvidia will go into its Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS) which is Nvidia’s exclusive technology that allows the Most PCs increase and decrease the scale, adjusting the game it is playing. Keep in mind that DLSS is only used by newer titles as it usually comes with the ever popular ray tracing feature.
However you want to extrapolate it, Nvidia prepares us for their latest innovations, as well as their latest technologies. Let’s just hope we can actually get our hands on it this time around.