Nvidia will be holding a GTX Gaming Celebration event on February 28th

Nvidia will be holding a GTX Gaming Celebration event on February 28th

Nvidia will be holding a GTX Gaming Celebration event on February 28th

Nvidia will be holding a GTX Gaming Celebration event on February 28th

 
Nvidia will be holding a "GTX Gaming Celebration" event on February 28th, the same day as AMD's Capsaicin & Cream event
 
This event will be taking place between 6:30PM and 11:30PM (PST), with the celebration starting at 7PM sharp. This is later than the day than AMD's Capsaicin and Cream event, which has a livestream between 10:30AM and 11:30AM and developer sessions afterwards. 
 
Right now the company has not announced whether or not there will be a live streamed component of this event, though Nvidia does state that this event is one that "you don't want to miss", with many people speculating that this event will be used to launch new GPU hardware.  

 

You're invited to attend the GeForce GTX gaming celebration!

Come join us for an evening of awesome PC gaming, hardware, tournaments and of course free food, drinks and a few other amazing surprises.

Doors will open at 6:30 PM and the event will start promptly at 7 PM.

The celebration will take place in downtown San Francisco, CA. Venue address will be released the week of.

First come, first served, so please be sure to register and come early to get your game on.

You won't want to miss this.

 

Nvidia will be holding a GTX Gaming Celebration event on February 28th

 

We have already heard rumours of a GTX 1080 Ti announcement at GDC 2017, though at this time we simply do not know if these rumours hold water.

 

You can join the discussion on Nvidia's GTX Gaming Celebration event on the OC3D Forums.  

  

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15-02-2017, 12:34:33

AngryGoldfish
I'm really keen to see how they choose to fit the 1080ti into the lineup. The Titan XP has been out for so long now that I can see them undercutting it and releasing the 1080ti as a slightly cut down (of a cut down) chip with much higher clock speeds to pretty much be on the same level as a Titan XP. Even at $800 that would be extremely popular and would spit on Vega 10 which may only be competing against the 1080. A 4k-ready GPU at $800 would be ridiculous, in both a good way and a bad way.Quote

15-02-2017, 17:51:23

Shingara
well redgamingtech just did a video on the 1080ti, i wont link it because im not entirly sure on the rules to linking. basics of it though, gp 102, fewer cuda then titan xp, higher speed and around £650-£800Quote

15-02-2017, 18:54:41

King of Old School
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Originally Posted by AngryGoldfish View Post
I'm really keen to see how they choose to fit the 1080ti into the lineup. The Titan XP has been out for so long now that I can see them undercutting it and releasing the 1080ti as a slightly cut down (of a cut down) chip with much higher clock speeds to pretty much be on the same level as a Titan XP. Even at $800 that would be extremely popular and would spit on Vega 10 which may only be competing against the 1080. A 4k-ready GPU at $800 would be ridiculous, in both a good way and a bad way.
I agree with what Jayz said the GTX1080Ti will come in between the pricing of the GTX1080 & Titan XP so the GTX1080 will drop in price.

So in the process might end screwing AMD Vega if people think for one minute that Vega is going to be cheap well you have rocks in your head cause AMD is taking a hit on the CPU's i don't think they're not willing to take a hit on the GPU sales.

I have no issue what so ever that Nvidia is having an event on the same day as AMD.Quote

15-02-2017, 18:57:04

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by King of Old School View Post
I agree with what Jayz said the GTX1080Ti will come in between the pricing of the GTX1080 & Titan XP so the GTX1080 will drop in price.
Where the hell else would it go?Quote

15-02-2017, 19:05:14

Tripp
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Originally Posted by King of Old School View Post
AMD is taking a hit on the CPU's i don't think they're not willing to take a hit on the GPU sales.
do you have evidence to back up this claim?Quote
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