Nvidia is all set to kick off its first press conference of the year under CES 2019 which is going to take place today at the MGM Grand Conference Center in Las Vegas. Just like company’s any other major press event, Jensen Huang, the CEO of Nvidia, will deliver the opening keynotes at 8 PM (Pacific Time). We’re expecting tons of new announcement, especially in the gaming portfolio. For all the enthusiasts who would like to watch the event live enjoying your favourite drink, here’s how you can do that.
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As mentioned earlier, there is a high chance that Nvidia will unveil some gaming related products expanding its popular GeForce portfolio. For those who’re unaware, Nvidia GeForce has been pretty active on its official Twitter page posting about the event for the last couple of days. This clearly suggests that we can probably expect some sort of gaming-oriented announcements.
Aside from the tweets, the official landing page for this event is already live. You can stream the official keynote on the company’s Twitch page which as of now is currently offline. The stream will start once the launch event kicks off.
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Nvidia has largely used the GeForce RTX tag on its pictures for the event which again points towards the upcoming GeForce RTX 2060 graphics card. Along with the GPU, several mobility parts have also leaked previously. Since this is a consumer-targeted event, Nvidia might have lots of great stuff in stores for us. We might also see the previously leaked RTX 1060 GPU which is supposed to bring down the AMD’s RX 590.
It would be interesting to see what Nvidia has in its sleeves for the budget and mainstream users looking for impressive performance at a reasonable price. Considering the previous leaks, Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 is expected to hit the US market with a price tag of USD 349 (roughly INR 24267), retaining the ray tracing features that the higher end series has to offer. To recall, NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX lineup currently falls above the USD 500 (roughly INR 34767) price range.
Well, whatever will be the case, we’ll keep you guys updated on the soon to begin Nvidia CES 2019 announcements. Till then, let us know what you think NVIDIA will be unveiling at their CES 2019 event in the comments below.
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