Not GTX 20 series
NVIDIA's next family of gaming graphics cards might not be the GeForce GTX 20 Series after all. According to latest rumors, NVIDIA will use the GTX 11 Series name for the upcoming series. If the rumor is confirmed, NVIDIA doesn't plan to label the new cards by tens, like the current 1080 or 1070 models, but they will go with the GTX 1181 or the GTX 1185.
Still rather hard to do
During the course of the cryptocurrency hype, graphics cards makers have tried to find different strategies in order to contrast the shortage issue. NVIDIA has tried to make some effort towards this, selling some of its stock in the UK but it looks like that the green team is still far away to meet the demand.
Right after AMD announcment
Maybe already next month
During the CES 2017, ASUS and Acer among with other manufacturers have unveiled the first 4K big format gaming display. This display was set to be unveiled by the end of 2017. However due to several delays, the launch has been postponed to Q3 2018. According to some rumors, the first 4K/144Hz G-Sync HDR monitors might hit the market already next month.
Gaming brand only for NVIDIA
A few days ago, NVIDIA has introduced the GeForce Partner Program (GPP), an initiative that should fill the gap between NVIDIA and the companies that produce add-in cards or system based on its technology. NVIDIA will not require to join the program, however being part of the program will get the participants a lot of benefits.
Same chip used on GTX 1080 Ti and Titan Xp GPUs
According to a report from CryptoMining-Blog.com, it looks like NVIDIA isn't finished with the P102 GPU. The company is going to release a graphics card based on the same chip that we can find on the GTX 1080 Ti and the Titan Xp GPUs. Like the P104-100 which can be found on several cryptomining graphics cards, the P102-100 will come with a custom memory configuration.
Should be revealed at GTC 2018
Might be released during next GTC
A few months ago, NVIDIA has unveiled their roadmap about upcoming architecture for gaming graphics cards. According to latest rumors, NVIDIA might release next-gen of graphics cards in a couple of months. Since GTC is usually around late May, NVIDIA might show the upcoming graphics cards during that event.
Support for Warhammer: Vermintide 2 and WoT
Jen-Hsun Huang made to save gaming market
Might be available in April
Support for Kingdom Come: Deliverance and Metal Gear Survive
By limiting the number of GPU per customer
During the last months we have published several reports regarding the rise in demand for graphics cards and the impact of the mining in this industry. This huge demand is good for manufacturers like NVIDIA and AMD, however they aren't able to produce enough GPU volume for the entire demand. Since miners are buying dozens of graphics cards, the PC gamers can't buy any of them since are usually all sold out.
Max-Q for mid-range graphics card
A few months ago, NVIDIA introduced its Max-Q design laptops and they were limited to GeForce GTX 1080, 1070 or 1060 graphics cards. The initial idea was to enable the creation of powerful gaming laptops as thin as 18mm. Now things are slowly changing and NVIDIA seems to have decided to release GTX 1050Ti Max-Q components.
388.71 WHQL drivers
GTX 1060 for FHD experience
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds will finally leave Early Access in few days. It will be a full-fledged PC release at that point and when it debuts players will have to put together a build that can handle the game for the best experience possible. NVIDIA has published a list of recommended graphics cards at GeForce.com to offer some insight into what kind of performance its products can offer.
Up to 77 MH/s in overclock
There are quite a few reports available attesting the TITAN V excellent efficiency when it comes to mining. According to the guys over BitsBeTrippin, TITAN V graphics cards can be a big monster in terms of mining power. In the live stream video they perform a full unboxing, installation and tests on their x399 Threadripper system.
Tested on several benchmarks
Official support for Titan V
NVIDIA and AMD appear to have released a new driver at the same day and the release notes appear rather similar lately. New games come out all the time requiring optimizations but sometimes there are bigger reason for an updated driver package. NVIDIA's GeForce 388.59 driver release is ready for the company's $3000 GeForce Titan V graphics card and Bethesda Fallout 4 VR.