Apple could follow this month’s big iPhone launch with another major revelation in November.
Founders Edition models won’t be sold directly by Nvidia in the US, and are seemingly not available at all in Europe right now.
It seems that the RTX 3080 20GB version won’t be out to run interference with AMD’s Big Navi launch after all.
A whole new setup experience is planned that should allow users to tailor their PC to their exact needs.
EVGA wants everyone to have a fair crack at buying an RTX 3000 GPU, but its new queuing system isn’t a panacea.
If Big Navi does run with a 256-bit bus as some rumors suggest, cache could be the key to the graphics card’s performance.
If it’s so far away, the reality is the device may need a serious revamp to stay relevant – or could it even be canceled outright?
Crysis 3 can be installed directly on a graphics card, and run just fine – if it has enough VRAM like the RTX 3090.
It makes sense to keep more GPU options post-launch – particularly if the RX 6000 series suffers any supply issues.
Some are already anticipating RTX 2080 Ti-levels of power – but we should be realistic about what we’re going to get here.
Some folks will be disappointed at having to wait two more weeks for their chance to buy an RTX 3070.
Including the gremlin in the works that killed Linux support, and another bugbear that affects internet connectivity.
Another rumor indicates that a third processor could also be on shelves on that date – possibly the 5600X?
No more faffing around dropping to the desktop to access Task Manager, because it’s right there integrated in the Bar.
AMD fans are getting seriously excited now – understandably – but they shouldn’t get too carried away.