NVIDIA’s CES 2019 keynote by company founder and CEO, Jensen Huang kicks off in approxmately 10 hours from now. NVIDIA is expected to make three major announcements:

  • The GeForce RTX 2060: The mid-range Turing and also the last one to feature the RTCores needed for raytracing.
  • The GeForce GTX 11-series: NVIDIA is also expected to unveil the non-RTX versions of the Turing architecture for the average gamer. These GTX 11-series cards will lack the raytracing capability due to the absence of the RTCores, but despite that, they should pack enough firepower to satisfy the 1080p gaming needs of most people.
  • NVIDIA RTX Mobile GPUs: NVIDIA is certainly set to reveal the mobile Turing cards. Although there isn’t much of a difference between the desktop and laptop versions at this point, the core clocks and operating frequencies still vary, and that’s especially true for the Max-Q versions of the GPUs.

You may watch the NVIDIA CES 2019 Keynote here:

https://www.twitch.tv/nvidia?deliveryName=DM25235&fbclid=IwAR1sj9ouSQXMFfh8Bz82Ks3EHO-I4e9ibyWPrjORqEOtR_znghvaEMzudJI

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