Posted by IGN on Wednesday, March 16, 2019 07:01:06A few days ago, the internet was ablaze with rumors of the next generation NVIDIA GeForce RTX graphics card.
We’re still waiting on official word from the company, but we do know that Nvidia will be bringing us a GeForce RTX 2020 graphics card in 2019.
It’s a bit late for the next-gen graphics cards, but that’s not to say we don’t still have a few months to wait.
It would seem that NVIDIA has a lot to keep up with with.
The latest rumors are saying that they’ll be shipping the GTX 1080 in 2019, the GTX 1070 in 2020, and the GTX 980 in 2021.
We do know for a fact that the GTX 1060 will be in the GTX 960 lineup.
The RTX 2020 cards should be arriving next month, and they’re expected to launch at the end of April.
The latest rumor also says that NVIDIA will be shipping two new models, the RTX 10 series and RTX 12 series.
They are said to be the same specifications, with the RTX 12 being more powerful and more powerful with GDDR5X memory.
The latter is the GPU in the RTX 20 series.
The RTX 20 graphics cards are expected to come in two variants.
The first model will be the RTX 30, and it will feature an improved clock speed and a bigger battery.
The second variant is the RTX 40, and will feature a higher clock speed, but with a lower battery capacity.
The clock speed will be 1076 MHz and the battery capacity is expected to be around 12 kWh.
Both the RTX and RTX 20 models will feature 10nm FinFET manufacturing.NVIDIA is expected have a large lineup of next-generation graphics cards for 2019.
The company is expected with a GTX 10 Series for the beginning of 2019.
We also expect the RTX series to arrive in the first quarter of 2020, but the company has yet to confirm that.
Nvidia is rumored to be working on an Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 for the end-of-year.
We still have no word on the price of the new GPU, but it will likely be more than the RTX GTX 1080.