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Nvidia Super lineup GPUs coming soon!

Expect faster RTX 2060, 2070 and 2080 GPUs with price cuts and more!

   

Nvidia posted a video on their official channel sometime back stating that “something Super is coming”. This was before the Computex 2019. But then AMD happened and they stole the show at Computex with their Radeon offerings.

But now TweakTown has posted that Nvidia won’t be launching one or two but three new GPUs with faster GDDR6 memory and some other performance enhancements! According to the rumours, there will be “Super” versions of the RTX 20 series graphics card. This means there would be a new RTX 2060, 2070 and RTX 2080 GPU.

There are no plans of RTX 2080ti to get upgraded but there can be a new GPU which might be more powerful and have a different name altogether.

Nvidia Super GPUs: The low down!

All of the rumours point towards these GPUs being higher binned versions of their non-super counterparts. This means that apart from the GDDR6 memory upgrade we can also expect higher clock speeds and higher memory clocks as well.

Rumours suggest that performance improvement from 5-15% is easily possible. But because this is a rumour take everything with a pinch of salt. Nvidia can really bamboozle all of us and introduce something completely different from these rumours at E3 2019. So just wait and watch for more news related to the same!

AMD will also unveil the Navi GPUs fully at the E3 event. So it’s pretty natural for Nvidia to come with a befitting reply on the same occasion.

Rumours also suggest that Nvidia might consider price cuts for the new GPUs in order to make them competitive against AMD’s new cards. The retail price may go as low as 249 USD, 399 USD & 599 USD for the RTX 2060 Super, RTX 2070 Super and the RTX 2080 Super variant respectively.

There have been some conflicting reports as well in the recent past. So everything’s strictly in the rumour territory as of now. Do let us know what you think about this in the comments section below! Do you think that Team Green can actually make a comeback now? And that too without relying on a mature 7nm based process. Or is it too late for them? Don’t forget to share what’s on your mind with us and do subscribe to Inspire2Rise for more awesome tech news like this!

Source: TweakTown

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