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  1. It's only been a few weeks since Nvidia launched its GTX 1660 GPU based on the Turing architecture. And now, the company has just launched a new GPU called the GTX 1650, which carries a price tag of Rs 12,999 in India. The new GTX 1650, in case you don't know, is the third 16-series desktop GPU from the company. With a Rs 12,999 price tag, the GTX 1650 is a perfect entry-level GPU for casual or gamers on a budget. © Nvidia As for the specs, the GeForce GTX 1650 comes with 4GB DDR5 VRAM. It features 896 CUDA cores, a boost clock of 1665MHz, and a total memory bandwidth of 128Gbps. The TDP rating on this particular card is just 75Watts, and it won't need a connector from the PSU as it draws the requisite power straight from the PCI slot. Now, let's talk performance. According to Nvidia, the GTX 1650 will offer twice as much performance compared to something like, say, the GTX 950. So, if you are someone who's using an older GPU from two or three years ago, then this would be a good GPU to look into. Apparently, you can also switch from a GTX 1050 and expect a performance boost. © EVGA As mentioned earlier, the GTX 1650 GPU will go on sale immediately from a bunch of online and offline retailers for Rs. 12,999. However, you may have to shell out a bit more cash depending on what OEMs decide to make. In addition to the GTX 1650 desktop GPU, Nvidia also announced the GTX 1660 Ti and GTX 1650 for laptops. You can expect to start seeing the laptops powered by these GPUs in the coming months with a starting price of $800. © Nvidia As for the performance of the 1060 Ti powered laptops, Nvidia says you'll be able to play all modern titles like 'Overwatch', 'PUBG', 'Apex Legends' and 'Fortnite' with frames upwards of 100fps. If you don't mind playing the aforementioned titles at 60fps, then you can also pick up the laptops powered by the GTX 1650. OEMs including Dell, Acer, ASUS Alienware, HP, MSI, etc. will start putting out laptops powered by these GPUs soon. Acer Nitro 5, ASUS ROG Zephyrus G, Dell G5, Gigabyte AERO 15, Lenovo Legion Y7000, etc. are a few of the laptops which you can start seeing in the coming months, according to Nvidia.
  2. NVIDIA launched a brand new GPU for users who are budget conscious but still want to get the best experience for that price, and AMD, just days after, announced its new chip that will compete directly with the RTX 2080. © AMD In a roundtable attended by Gizmodo, NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang laughed off the competition and described AMD's announcement as “underwhelming”. He claimed that the RTX 2080 will “crush” AMD's Radeon VII in benchmarks. “The performance is lousy,” said Huang, referring to AMD's latest GPU, Radeon 7. © AMD NVIDIA introduced a ray-tracing to their new GPUs and you can read all about it here. The technology has been developed over the past ten years in collaboration with Microsoft and game developers. You can read our review of the RTX 2080 and about its performance here. In our tests, the RTX 2080 performed extremely well with certain games and you can see our results below: © MensXP Ray tracing basically traces light in real-time that basically results in better textures, lighting effects, reflections and accurate shadows. AMD's latest GPU does not support this technology at the moment and the company claims it is 25 per cent more powerful than the previous generations. When asked, AMD CEO Lisa Su about Jensen's comments, Su responded, "What I would say is that we're very excited about Radeon VII, and I would probably suggest that he hasn't seen it yet." So, I guess we'll have to wait a few more weeks to see how things shake out with final hardware and drivers, and independent performance testing.
  3. Nvidia just announced the GeForce RTX 2060 at CES and the new GPU offers its brand new ray-tracing tech for a budget. If you are currently looking to build your own PC or upgrade your GPU, the GeForce RTX 2060 will be available in India for RS, 31,000. It's available to pre-order from Nvidia's Indian website and is expected to be available by January 15th. Since this is the price for the founder's edition, you can expect the price to be higher from other OEMs. © NVIDIA According to the company, “the RTX 2060 is 60 per cent faster on current titles than the prior-generation GTX 1060, NVIDIA's most popular GPU, and beats the gameplay of the GeForce GTX 1070 Ti. With Turing's RT Cores and Tensor Cores, it can run Battlefield V with ray tracing at 60 frames per second.” © NVIDIA It's clear that Nvidia is positioning the RTX 2060 for gamers who want a cheaper solution to the latest tech on offer. Since the Indian gaming marker is sensitive to aggressive pricing, the RTX 2060 is expected to make PC gaming more accessible than ever before. The fact that RTX 2060 offers real-time ray tracing on a budget, is a sure shot winner amongst the Indian gaming audiences. I personally use the RTX 2080 Ti (Zotac AMP version) and it is capable of offering 60FPS in 4K. Having said that, the RTX 2060 is not that card that will deliver a similar performance, however, it is perfect for gamers who are happy with Full HD (1,440p) gaming. © NVIDIA The RTX 2060 comes equipped with 6GB of GDDR6 memory and 240 Tensor Cores that can deliver 52 teraflops of deep learning. Custom boards, including stock-clocked and factory-overclocked models, will also available starting January 15th, from top add-in card providers, including ASUS, Colorful, EVGA, Gainward, Galaxy, Gigabyte, Innovision 3D, MSI, Palit, PNY and Zotac.
  4. We were at Gamescom earlier this week to check out Nvidia's latest graphics cards and in case you missed all the details, you can read all the details here. There are a lot of details we can't talk about as of now, however, there is some information we can share with you. Nvidia's latest graphics cards have more to offer than just better visuals, thanks to Ray-Tracing technology. The architecture of the new GPUs has been changed from the group up. The GTX 1080 and even the entry-level GPUs use the Pascal architecture, however, the new line-up will now be using new the new Turing architecture. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla Thanks to the new architecture, the RTX series can be twice as fast as its predecessors and some games will also use a new feature called Deep Learning Super-Sampling (DLSS). The Tensor cores in every RTX graphic cards are also capable of performing fast deep learning neural network processing. This translates to better game performance and image processing DLSS technology on the new GPUs are capable of offering high fidelity visuals at significantly high frame rates. © Nvidia When it comes to CUDA cores, the new RTX lineup has improved on the counts across the board, that also results in better graphics work. The 2080 Ti has 21 per cent more cores than its predecessor, while the RTX 2080 has 15% more than the GTX 2080. In the worst case scenario, theoretically, this results in at least 15 per cent improvement when it comes to TFLOPS. Even when we are being sceptical, we can confidently say that the new RTX series will be substantially faster than the current 10-series. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla The new Turing architecture also ramps up the bandwidth capabilities. It will use 14 GT/s GDDR6 memory that will give the new GPU a slight advantage over its predecessor. The RTX 2080Ti will offer 27 per cent improvement in bandwidth while the RTX 2080 will offer a 40% performance improvement over the GTX 1080. How Will It Affect Games? © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla I may have bored you with all the specifications up until now, however, it will only make sense once we determine how it will affect games. While everything above mentions how the performance of the GPU will significantly improve, it will also change how we look at games. The new RTX GPUs will be utilising something called ray-tracing. It will work in tandem with all the specifications listed above and will effectively simulate better lighting in games. Ray-Tracing will be able to make games look close to real-life with reflections, accurate shadows and overall, better visuals. What's cool is that the GPUs do not require extra processing power to achieve this as it is capable of doing this in real-time. Ray-Tracing may not sound like a big deal to you right now, however, once you compare games with RTX turned on and without it, you will be able to noticeably spot the difference. © Nvidia For example, check out this screenshot above from Battlefield V with RTX turned on. You can clearly see the reflection of the explosion on the car door. This is happening in real-time gameplay with RTX enabled. In order to show reflections, the process requires a very processor-intense technique which could only be achieved earlier in cutscenes. With the RTX GPUs, you can now see all the action and great visuals in real-time during your gameplay. What About Frame Rates? We had a hands-on demo of the games that were running up to 60 FPS on 4K resolution. Obviously, the sync speed was turned on during the demos for us to see and we can confidently say that it can achieve what you're hoping for. Having said that, you can expect a small effect on performance if you max out the settings. It all depends on developers and how they incorporate the new features into their games. It is quite likely that developers will give you the option to turn off the effects in case you need every available frame per second. What Will It Cost? The Nvidia RTX 2070 FE will cost Rs 51,200 while the Nvidia RTX 2080 FE will cost Rs 65,800 and will be available (start shipping from) 27th of September 2018. Nvidia RTX 2080 Ti FE will cost Rs 1,02,500 and will be available from 27th of September 2018.
  5. It's that time of the month when Gamescom is right around the corner and Nvidia is looking to announce new hardware on August 20th. It is rumoured that Nvidia is planning to launch the GeForce GTX 1180 and GTX 1170 at an event called “GeForce gaming Celebration”. © YouTube According to the invitation, the company has promised “spectacular surprises” at its booth and we're already excited what the company has in store for us. Previously, it was leaked in an email that Nvidia will release the GeForce GTX 1180 on Aug. 30 and it seems like Gamescom would be the perfect place for it to launch. The company is also going to announce additional hardware such as the Turing-based 11 series of GPUs. It is rumoured that the GTX 1170 and GTX 1180 will be launched at a later date at one-month intervals. In terms of specifications, rumours suggest that the GTX 1170 is already faster than the GTX 1080 Ti. Benchmarks for the upcoming GPU was leaked online and according to the results, the GTX 1170 is supposed to have 256-bit memory interface and as much as 16 GB of GDDR6 VRAM running at 2.5 GHz frequency. The GPU managed to score 29,752 points in the 3DMark FireStrike test, and outperformed the GTX 1080 Ti by 65%. © WCCFTech If these leaks are true, that's more than anybody could have hoped for and it is destined to change the gaming experience on PC forever. Having said that, these numbers should be taken with a pinch of salt, as it could be fake test results as well. The results were posted by WCCFTech, so there is no way of corroborating the leak as of now. © Twitter In terms of pricing, the new GPUs are expected to cost anywhere between $999 and $1499 and prices for India would be known closer to the launch date. If you're interested in upgrading your PC, we suggest you start saving some moolah now. Source: WCCFTech
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